What’s Happening Today – March 11, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife –
We welcome Phillip Keats and his dog, Candace, along with Susan Keyser and her dog Flyer to the show today. We’ll learn all about their organization called Literacy Education Assistance Pups, Or L.E.A.P. They are a group of volunteers, based in Lewes, who strive to boost the quality of reading education for the students through the use of trained therapy dogs.
We are pleased to have Kamryn Noble on the show. She’s smart, ambitious, and she’s only in the 5th Grade. She’s the
recipient of the prestigious Ben Carson Scholarship for 2019. We’ll learn how she won the scholarship, and what her plans are for the future.
We’ll also sit down with Crystal Miles and Event Guest Speaker, Steve Karigo to learn how they are looking to make a difference at their “Clarion Call To Pray” Event. Prevention and healing from addiction is their mission and they’re asking you to get involved. The event is on Saturday, March 16. 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT at the Church of God-Walker Memorial 11429 Hayman Drive Princess Anne, MD 21853
Dr. Chris Synder, the Chief Quality Officer, and Hospitalist at Peninsula Regional Medical Center is here to talk about the importance of Patient Safety Awareness week.
Dr. Suni Jani of Community Behavioral Health is here to help us know the difference between the five the most common mental illnesses: Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Affective Disorder, Schizophrenia, and Dementia.