Giving Thanks Together - Virtually
While many have plans to get together after many months of being separated, there are still those friends and family members who must protect themselves from the spread of COVID 19.
Thanksgiving is a cherished time for families and friends to come together to express love and appreciation for all we have in our lives and enjoy a beautiful dinner together. While many have plans to get together after many months of being separated, there are still those friends and family members who must protect themselves from COVID 19. Especially our older adult population who are at high risk of contracting the virus. Thankfully, there is technology to connect us to our loved ones virtually.
Older adults living in assisted living homes are oftentimes unable to visit with friends and family in person. Constant Companion’s use of smart home technology provides the ability to connect with loved ones virtually. Daily video calls with close friends and family are uplifting, reassuring, and supportive for those living in quarantine or who have less daily interaction with loved ones, especially this time of year.
In this video, the owner of Callander House Assisted Living, Debbie Callander, explains the positive impact Constant Companion’s voice and video technology has had in providing her residents with the ability to connect with their loved ones on a consistent basis.
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