5 Tips to Help Older Adults Stay Apart, Not Alone During COVID-19

(NewsUSA) - Almost 42 million Americans identified as caregivers for an older adult prior to COVID-19. Overnight, it's likely that millions more have joined their ranks.

With COVID-19, there are added complications, notably physical separation. Some people are supporting older relatives who live far away while others may be close by, but are maintaining a safe distance. The goal is to maintain social closeness while also practicing physical distance.

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