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Are you or a loved one at risk for social isolation?
Use these resources to take steps to end social isolation and start living a connected life.

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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.

The Foundation for Art & Healing
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Care Card

Connect2Affect

Let someone know you’re thinking of them with our specially designed care card!

Connect2Affect
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Sometimes having a simple conversation can help you turn “I feel so alone” into “I feel very connected.”

Connect2Affect Chatbot
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Learn more about a surprising new tool that can help you feel more socially connected.

Connect2Affect Chatbot
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The first step to getting rent payment or mortgage assistance is knowing where to look. If you're experiencing financial hardship, get the help you're entitled to.

AARP Foundation
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Be Part of the Cupid Crew Movement

Wish of a Lifetime

This Valentine’s Day, Wish of a Lifetime from AARP is leading an effort to create cards and safely send some love to older adults who are socially isolated.

Wish of a Lifetime
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Eldercare Locator

U.S. Administration on Aging

This nationwide service connects older Americans and their caregivers with trustworthy local support resources.

Whether help is needed with services such as meals, home care or transportation, or a caregiver needs training and education or a well-deserved break from caregiving responsibilities, the Eldercare Locator is there to point that person in the right direction.

U.S. Administration on Aging
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Hear tips from a man who spent a year alone in outer space.

AARP
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Learn the ins and outs of volunteering without leaving your home.

AARP
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