Mutual of Omaha offers seniors new resource to help combat loneliness and isolation

Mutual of Omaha has launched Mutual Cares, a new online resource for seniors to help them stay well, connected, active and entertained.

Through Mutual Cares, individuals now have online access to comprehensive tools and resources, including ways to:

  • Stay Well – resources to provide a helping hand, listening ear or tools to build mental resilience
  • Stay Connected – connections to crisis lines and ways to make meaningful connections
  • Stay Active – exercise tips, yoga classes and exercises to help both mind and body
  • Stay Entertained – tools to find great shows, great reads and great deals

“Loneliness and social isolation, particularly as it impacts our country’s senior population, is a serious public health concern. At Mutual of Omaha, we are committed to helping our customers live their healthiest, best lives. Staying healthy and engaged, despite our current stay-at-home and physical distancing mindset, is paramount. We’re excited to provide seniors with Mutual Cares and a wide range of information and tools to help them feel connected.” – Chief Medical Officer at Mutual of Omaha, Manoj Pawar.

Individuals can visit to access the loneliness and social isolation resources.