Segment 1 (6:33): We start the show with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul. First hear where she is working during the COVID-19 pandemic and what she is doing to help Buffalo right now. Next hear how she believes Buffalo and WNY is doing during all of this. She also shares the new guideline for wearing a mask in public places. If you need some help, you can call the Emotional Health Hotline at 844-863-9314.
Segment 2 (19:55): Next we welcome local attorney Lindy Korn. Today she is discussing the American Disability Act and how it is affecting our essential workers. First she explains what the ADA is. Then she explains how the new guidelines and laws for COVID-19 is not helping everyone. She lets us know how someone under the ADA can get accommodations due to the COVID-19 pandemic even if they are essential workers. To learn more or if you need help with this discrimination please visit HERE!
Segment 3 (36:19): Next we welcome Angela Jones from the Amherst Senior Center. First hear how they are operating the senior center with everything going on and how they are still helping their seniors! Next hear how they are helping Meals on Wheels deliver their meals! Finally, find out how they are helping our seniors feel less isolated. To learn more about everything they do you can visit HERE!
Segment 4 (56:24): Next we have Karen Olson from The Clarity Group. First hear how they are still available for their clients and how clients are still calling to ask about Medicare plans. Karen shares if they are considered an essential business and why they are. She then shares what location is open by appointment only. Also tune in to hear how else you can have a meeting with them– there are many virtual options! To learn more and to contact them, visit HERE!
Segment 5 (1:10:22): We wrap up the show with Suzanne Defossess-Gillam from Touching Hearts at Home. First hear how they are still working and still taking care of their Seniors! Next hear how they are protecting their caregivers and their seniors. They are on the forefront on keeping people safe and healthy in their homes. Finally, hear how important the caregivers are to their seniors during this time. To learn more you can visit HERE!