Scott told us about this relatively new service from Christwood. He said a lot of the help they have been providing seniors in their homes right now is actually tasks outside the home, like yard work, general upkeep and more. They are also sitting with some seniors while their normal caregivers go out for supplies.…
The Executive Chef from STHS talked about the way food services at the hospital have adjusted during the crisis. He spoke about all the donations they have received. And he talked about the importance of good food for the caregivers as they continue the fight. Hear him below.
Don Shea did not pull any punches. The numbers of jobless claims are staggering. Don hopes we have taken the worst of it so far. Hear him put the numbers into perspective in the interview below.
Richard wanted to share his thoughts on where we are with this crisis when it comes to mental health and well-being. He said he thinks people predisposed to depression or anxiety need to be seeking care now, even during the quarantine. He talked about some of the resources available in the interview below.
Chance Enmon joined us from Jani-King. He talked about things they can do for businesses that are about to reopen. He also talked about preventative cleanings they can do. Hear him below.
Cooper talked about moving forward as things improve and what that might look like. He spoke about the numbers from the weekend and waiting for Gov. Edwards to provide more direction for any future actions.
Chris gave us an update on the programs that have been established to help businesses on the Northshore during the pandemic. He also gave us an update on some job numbers. Hear him below.
Kerry talked about the nurses at the hospital and what they are doing and seeing on the front lines of the COVID 19 fight. Hear her in the interview below.
Nick from NAMI spoke about how many employees are feeling a sense of loss right now from not seeing their coworkers or being at work. Hear what he said in the interview below.
The guys from Rapid Urgent Care talked about what they are seeing out there. They said the respiratory cases seem to be slowing down and they are seeing more typical cases that they are used to. Find out more in the interview below.