In the wake of canceled flights, postponed events and a bevy of other broken plans, Thanksgiving shouldn’t be a time to be alone or away from loved ones.

It’s clear many vulnerable members of society – those at an advanced age or those who are immunocompromised – won’t be able to hop on flights or welcome large groups into their homes. The beauty of technology, however, means that families can stay connected in a variety of ways. Whether it’s a quick FaceTime, phone call or extended Zoom meet-up so everyone can eat together, ensure you stay in touch with your loved ones this holiday season.  

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