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With the coronavirus outbreak, the world as we know it has been rapidly changing. Schools and businesses are closed, social distancing requirements have been implemented, supermarket shelves are bare, and many are concerned about how they will pay their bills. With all of this in mind, we are offering a series of podcasts to help you navigate this uncharted territory. We will focus on the various areas of life to help you and your loved ones stay well and strong.

Due to COVID-19, social distancing restrictions have been put in place. But social distancing does not have to mean socially disconnecting. Before coronavirus concerns, one in four older adults were affected by social isolation. Now, with limits on public gatherings and guidance on social distancing, millions of older adults are left with limited or no social interaction. Joining Joan to address the physical and mental health risks of prolonged self-isolation and how we can stay connected, is Lisa Marsh Ryerson, president of AARP Foundation.

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