Update Friday – Community Living Ontario

As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread, social distancing, self-isolation, and quarantine have become part of our daily lives. As a result, many of us find ourselves stuck at home and separated from the things and people we love. This has the potential to be a lonely, boring, and even distressing and dangerous time. These factors can be especially hard on people who have a disabilities, who are at increased risk for experiencing social isolation and its numerous negative effects.

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