Now isn’t the Time to be Complacent when Reaching Out to Loved Ones

By Cherrie Nutley, SWODA Ombudsman Supervisor — We are nearing the end of summer, and we are still dealing with restrictions on visitation and utilizing varying technology to stay connected to our loved ones in long-term care facilities. We had no idea when the summer started they we would end the season in the same fashion. As with anything a person lives with we are becoming adjusted to this new normal of just driving by the long-term care facility and waving at our loved ones, or in sitting outside by the window trying to converse with your loved one who…

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