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Experts answer your questions related to COVID-19. Listen to past town halls on a wide range of Coronavirus-related topics.

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Worried about socializing? Try these questions and tips to help you get comfortable reaching out and reconnecting.

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A Helping Hand with Grieving

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Discover what kind of support older adults may need when experiencing a loss.

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Life Transitions and Loneliness

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Discover simple things you can do to feel better during big life changes, including ways to build — and deepen — social connections.

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This mapping tool allows you to visualize measures of social isolation and loneliness in older adults in the United States. The tool integrates individual measures of social isolation at the state and county level including demographics, health and health behaviors, health care utilization, health system capacity and COVID-19 data.

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Connected Indigenous Elders

National Indian Council on Aging, Inc.

The National Indian Council on Aging (NICOA) has a social isolation and loneliness awareness campaign for elders and their caregivers with a grant from the CDC Foundation to help all members of Native communities understand the issue, which was already a concern and worsened during COVID-19.

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Stuck at Home (together)

The Foundation for Art & Healing

As we physically isolate due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our need for social connection remains. The UnLonely Project through the Foundation for the Art & Healing has resources and tools to engage in creative activities and enable social connections. Take a look.

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World events plant new buzz terms into our public consciousness. This time, it’s “social distancing” — efforts to keep people healthy by keeping them apart. Social distancing can be many things...

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Anna Sale, host and creator of WNYC Studio's podcast "Death, Sex and Money," explores why podcasts are a great way to form meaningful connections with your loved ones and with new communities.

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