Taking Care Of The Disabled During Coronavirus
Now more than ever, it’s important to stay connected to the ones we love. Especially those that are feeling isolated during this trying time.
This hour, we learn how adults with disabilities, and their families, are getting through the pandemic. We’re talking to disability advocates in Connecticut and discuss how disabled community and their caregivers are navigating the coronavirus.
How are group homes navigating the pandemic? How can those with disabilities ensure they get quality care if they need to go to the hospital?
Does someone you love have a disability? We want to hear from you.
- James Welsh - Lead Investigator at Disability Rights Connecticut (@disrightsct)
- Barry Simon - President and CEO, Oak Hill (@oakhillct)
- Liz Essley Whyte - Reporter for Center for Public Integrity (@l_e_whyte)