Up until the 2020 pandemic, when one discussed family planning, a disaster or life changing event, most conversations to stay connected included ways to unify families and close friends. Since COVID —19 everything is different.
Instead of ways to support and connect, COVID 19 has forced communities to think of social distancing as the new norm. How we connect in the era of the pandemic has forced us to rethink and realign with what must be done in the event of an emergency or worse, the death of a loved one. Care for grandparents and children who may contract the virus requires a new way to connect and plan. Children away at college must also be considered.
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Until next time, Be Wise!
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