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  • Boosting awareness of lonely seniors
  • Boosting awareness of lonely seniors
    Steven Depolo (2011) ©
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Boosting awareness of lonely seniors

Jam and scones. Knitted tea cosies. Stories about the good old days… how about arty Sierra-filtered snaps? Age UK’s #NotByMySelfie campaign brings our perceptions of seniors into the 21st century via the selfie, reminding us that no one should be alone in the digital age.

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