Covid-19 Pandemic

Dealing With Grief During The Covid-19 Pandemic

In this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, many families are experiencing the losses of loved ones. The manners of grief and sorrow are obstructed by social distancing, making it challenging to genuinely indicate the pain’s passing and share.

With a more expected death, there are chances to say goodbye, and some preparation can be accomplished. The deaths as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic are traumatic: They weren’t expected. An ambulance could have come for a loved one fighting to breathe.

If there were chances to say goodbye, they might have been restricted or even done remotely with the support of a healthcare worker who, nevertheless affectionate, struggles to deal with uncommon stress and the size of what their job now involves.… Read More

Hurricane Laura

Hurricane Laura Relief Efforts for Louisiana And Texas

On August 27, 2020, Hurricane Laura struck Cameron, Louisiana, as a Category 4 storm, producing 150 mph winds and destructing storm waves to recovering from previous storms like Harvey.  State officials at Texas and Louisiana ordered over 1.5 million residents to flee.

However, a few of the communities in the evacuation zones are among the weakest in their respective nations — forcing several residents to make unwanted decisions. Texas’ Jefferson County, which was in the path of this storm, has a poverty rate that is greater than 18%, higher than the national and state average, reports Texas Public Radio.… Read More