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Staying Connected at Home

Learn one way to stay connected even at home with Marcie Rogo. Seniorly presents Marcie and, a way to find new friends and companionship.

By Marlena del Hierro · Updated Apr 15, 2022

Stitch CoFounder Marcie Rogo discusses elder isolation and the way that digital technology is transforming the lives of so many older adults. 

Whether you’re looking for a friend with shared interests, a romantic connection, or a companion for those later years, Stitch provides a safe space for adults over 50 to connect and talk with one another.

With over half of U.S. adults over the age of 65 now being savvy online, programs like Stitch offer a way to bridge the gap of distance and help alleviate some of the isolation associated with aging independently.

If you're concerned about isolation for either yourself or a loved one, Seniorly can help you discover local senior centers and communities that offer tons of activities for older adults. Stay social and make the rest of your life the best of your life!

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Marlena del Hierro
Marlena del Hierro, Gerontologist & Partnerships Manager at Seniorly
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