Just as cynicism and pessimism threaten to overwhelm us in the face of a global health crisis, a story surfaces and serves as a reminder that no matter how dire a situation is, people possess a boundless capacity for kindness, selflessness and empathy.
At a time when more seniors than ever are socially isolated and cut off from their families with limited access to services, our regional senior support network has been kneecapped.
More seniors than ever are isolated at home in the era of coronavirus. An abundance of local and online resources is available to help you stay healthy and engaged while social distancing.
Joe Gavin spoke to KUSI News about the new normal for local seniors in the wake of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. As older adults shelter in place, community groups and nonprofit organizations are mobilizing to help them access food, medicine and essential supplies.