Today on DelmarvaLife –
Most communication during the COVID-19 pandemic is being done electronically, and that includes how you communicate with your doctor. Doctors at PRMC and Nanticoke Memorial Hospital are using telemedicine. We talk with Dr. James Trumble, Vice President of Clincial Integration at PRMC about how it’s done and why it may be just what the doctor ordered.
As most of us are told to stay home, there are many in the area who do not have a home. COVID-19 has changed the way local homeless shelters like HALO in Salisbury operate. HALO Executive Director, Celeste Savage talks with us about changes taking place and how the community can help HALO’s mission.
How’s your spring cleaning going? When you step outside and take a look back at your house, does it sparkle and shine? The team at Clean Power Wash can fix that, and they’ll get the job while staying socially distanced.
The COVID-19 pandemic is something we have never experienced in our lifetimes. That’s why one local author and book publisher is encouraging everyone, especially children, to write as they are staying in their homes. Stephanie Fowlers of Saltwater Media in Berlin joins us to talk about how easy it is and why it could even be therapeutic.
Creativity is always flowing at Clear Space Theatre in Rehoboth Beach, even while the theatre is closed. We get a fun performance from the Broadway musical, “Suddenly Seymour” while keeping the proper social distance.
Coastal Hospice is in need of face masks so, they are asking for donations of handmade face masks, which can be sewn using the instructions you’ll find if you click here.
Who doesn’t love to make paper airplanes? When you make one that is guaranteed to fly, that’s even better. Katie gets a lesson in paper airplane making from Bob Bryant… (yes, Lisa’s husband), who has decades of experience in the craft.