How Can Seniors Protect Themselves from the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), older adults, 65 years and older, are at higher risk for severe illness. The CDC recommendations include: staying home, washing your hands often, avoiding close contact with sick individuals, cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched services, avoiding all cruise travel and non-essential air travel, and calling your healthcare provider if you have concerns about COVID-19. Check out this video on "what older

Food Assistance & COVID-19

During the Coronavirus-19 (COVID-19) pandemic, many seniors may find it difficult to access food due to fear of being out in the public, food desserts, transportation challenges, etc. The good thing is that there is help available for you or your loved one. Currently, many grocery delivery services are fully booked for those who may have thought about that as a workaround to personally going grocery shopping. One alternative is to call a home care agency, like Myles Per Grace