Once again, we’re back with another edition of ClearPath – Your Roadmap to Health & Wealth. I’m your host, Al Waller.
Now…social interaction can provide a sense of connectivity and community, which can often combat feelings of isolation.
However, amid the coronavirus pandemic it’s nearly impossible for many people, especially older adults and retirees, to have a lot of in-person social interaction.
Catherine Collinson, president of the nonprofit Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies is joining us to share some virtual resources that older adults can take advantage of.
So, to begin with Catherine, can you elaborate further on the importance of older adults using technology as a means to remain engaged and connected during the pandemic?