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During these times of social isolation, it is absolutely essential to keep ourselves occupied with stimulating and healthy activities that keep us connected. Our residents have not only kept themselves busy, they’ve been facing isolation head on with tons of activities and conquering quarantine!

Note: All activities shared in this article took place in accordance with social distancing rules, a matter that Sholom Home takes extremely seriously. Learn more about Sholom’s COVID-19 response measures HERE.

1.  Family Skype Connections - Residents have been connecting with loved ones over video thanks to the use of our Skype carts! They were even able to get creative and celebrate Passover. Jack says he was “Beyond blessed that staff was able to make this happen!”

2.  Remote Controlled Cars - Residents enjoyed cruising remote controlled cars through the halls of Sholom! Several said it “made me feel young again!”

3.  Virtual Reality - Virtual reality was a hit! Residents took a tour of Buckingham Palace, enjoyed the Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans, and listened to a performance from the Berlin symphony.

4.  Outdoor time with power tools:  Residents were able to spend some time outdoors, using power tools and even sanding a picture frame!

5.  #WorldofHearts Movement - Residents joined in on the #WorldofHearts movement, cutting out colorful paper hearts and displaying them in windows as a display of solidarity, during this time of social isolation.