STAYING CONNECTED WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY
Right now, more than ever, it’s essential for all of us to stay in contact with friends and family members, and to maintain our social networks. Whether you keep in touch using your landline or digital tools, such as WhatsApp or FaceTime, we’ve got the tips and tricks you’ll need to stay up to date with loved ones and keep the conversation flowing.
We’ve got a mix of resources that you can enjoy online, print off for a loved one or use as an activity during a telephone conversation.
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Staying connected over the phone
You don’t have to know how to use technology to stay in touch with loved ones. The good old-fashioned phone is all you need.
Staying connected over WhatsApp
If you enjoy text messaging, but haven’t used WhatsApp, why not give it a go? It’s great for staying in touch with loved ones from around the world, as all messages are free of charge.
Staying connected over email
Staying in touch with friends and family members, whether they live in your neighbourhood, or halfway across the world, can be incredibly rewarding via email.
Staying connected over Facebook
Facebook is a great way to find out what your friends and family members are up to, and to share what you’re doing with them. Many families use it as a repository for photographs, and so much more.