Brad Shepard Today! Friday and the weekend, April 3, 2020

Latest stats from Trinity Health of New England.

A statement from the superintendent of the Holyoke Soldiers Home.

Mary Flahive-Dickson, COO at Golden Years Home Health Care.

Tim Sheehan, Springfield’s Chief Development Officer, addresses the Springfield business community.

Direct cash aid to Americans update.

Donation of 43,000 lbs. of pet food to Dakin Humane Society.

Mayor Sarno writes a “thank you” note to Bob Kraft.

Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne Falls will not open this year.

3 more veteran deaths at the Holyoke Soldiers Home reported.

Sheriff Cocchi announces new precautions for staff and inmates in correctional facilities.

Radio Show #301 – Mary Flahive-Dickson,
Chief Operating Officer of Golden Years
Home Health Care

In this time of a global pandemic, the challenge of taking care of our seniors in their own homes is a formidable one.

Mary Flahive-Dickson, the Chief Operating Officer at Golden Years Home Care Services, discusses the balance between providing care to those in need in their homes, and keeping them reassured that their risk is low.

Seniors may feel a degree of social isolation to begin with, and in this program, Mary acknowledges how needs for assistance from health care workers may exacerbate their existing apprehensions.

Ms. Flahive-Dickson is also an Adjunct Professor at Bay Path University, with over 20 years of substantiated success in profitable healthcare development and creation, growth and operations, as well as a Subject Matter Expert, writing healthcare curriculum for higher education.