SOUTH JORDAN, Utah (ABC4 News) – There is no question times are stressful and full of uncertainty but some people are finding ways to stay connected with each other.
Families around the country are not allowed inside retirement homes and nursing facilities, causing added stress for those wanting to visit their loved ones.
At the Legacy Retirement Residence at 1617 Temple Ln in South Jordan messages can be seen covering the windows of the residents, reminding them they are there for them and loved.
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