Fighting the COVID Blues

Going to the Park for a BYOC Picnic

Almost half of adults in the United States, 45 percent, say that worry and stress related to the coronavirus and the resulting economic downturn are hurting their mental health, according to a study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

women in blue in masksKathy Clein, Social Worker at The Daniel P. Seink ElderCare law firm, is wearing her blues to fight the Covid Blues.

How do we cope with the ongoing uncertainty? We take it one day at a time, and support each other. Today we went to the park. We joined our colleagues from the Senior Care, PNG Professional Networking Group, for a socially distant BYOC, “bring your own chair” picnic. It was simple, uplifting, fellowship, held under bright blue skies. We modeled our face masks and shared best practices around keeping ourselves and our clients and residents safe during the pandemic.

How are you coping and supporting your loved ones thru the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Please email your suggestions to me at [email protected] and I’ll share them during the zoom classes and discussions I’ve been hosting. And stay safe my friends.

shalom and elise plotkin
Right at Home is proud to provide in-home care to seniors and adults with disabilities who want to live independently in and around the Northeast Cleveland area. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for those we serve, and we live our mission through the compassionate care that our caregivers and staff provide each and every day. If you would like to learn more about how Right at Home Northeast Cleveland can help you or a loved one, please contact us today at (440) 490-8777.
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