What’s Happening Today – April 27, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Adapting to COVID-19 changes can be challenging for children. What about children with special needs? We talk with a woman who has started a special needs ministry at a Salisbury church.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, American Cancer Society Relay For Life events across the U.S. have been cancelled or gone virtual
through the end of June. Relay For Life Salisbury University is happening through May 1st. We learn about the event and how you can contribute.
Peninsula Home Care offers occupational therapy treatments amid the coronavirus pandemic. We learn how they continue the therapy and learn some helpful fall-prevention tips.
Contact lenses have come a long way is the past couple of years. We talk with Jeanne Murphy of Chesapeake Eye Center about the new options available.
Chef Barry Reichart of Bourbon Street on the Beach in Ocean City shows us how to make Bourbon Street Steak.
Hope and Life Outreach, or HALO, in Salisbury is in critical need of donations. The shelter’s main source of revenue, the Halo Thrift Store, had to be shut down due to COVID-19. If you can help with a donation, please click here.