With Covid keeping visitors out of rest homes, they're developing some creative ways to keep people connected.
Joan Cooper's husband is in Raidus Glaisdale in Flagstaff, as is a close friend of Shirley Ratcliffe.
The pair have been seeing their loved ones at a distance and through the window - and now through the fence - during raised Covid alert levels.
Read more here. Have any of you found inventive ways to stay connected with whānau?
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