350 people self-isolated to stop the plague. 260 of them died. But they succeeded, and deserve to be honoured.
The danger that dementia poses for all of us, and the heartbreaking stories of people struggling with it, who need care.
In the Covid-10 crisis, many people haven’t been able to say goodbye to their loved ones. It can make grieving more intense, and the shock greater. But Jesus holds all things together, and we can tell Him what we want our loved one to know.
Excluded from the care home because of the Covid crisis, each day he blows a kiss over the wall to his wife of 49 years.
Ageist attitudes are being seen in the response to the coronavirus crisis and pressure on NHS resources. But experts are also combating it, pointing out the value of human life.
‘We will meet again’ when the Coronavirus siege is lifted, but this Easter Sunday marks a much greater freedom – one we can hardly imagine.
There is hope, people! was Richard Briley’s message celebrating the recovery of his 86 year old mother, admitted to hospital with a broken spine, who recovered fron the Coronavirus. There is also hope in the stories of a 104 year old grandma, a 104 year old granddad, and a 95 year old grandma who also beat the virus.
Thousands of people caring for a loved one with dementia are cut off from people who normally encourage and help them, because of the Coronavirus crisis. They need our prayers – and deserve our applause!
The ‘great generation’ – the 90 year olds and up who sacrificed to build the country up after the Great Depression and the 2nd World War should be sacrificed in the Coronavirus crisis, Professor says.
Disconnection, such as the isolation necessary to prevent the spread of Covid-10, can make us anxious and affect our mental health. The Hebrew King David had a perfect prescription for putting it right.
In the corona-virus isolation and fear, a bedrock of human kindness is rising to the occasion