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5 Need-To-Know Stats on Telehealth Growth in the Veteran Community

The complex health issues of America’s veterans have been further complicated by COVID-19. Access to in-person care and resources has been disrupted, causing the community to turn to telehealth to continue receiving care at home. These statistics illustrate the community’s drastic transition to telehealth and their reliance on it as a method of care during COVID-19.

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Democrats Align on a Climate Roadmap: Now What?

The report recommends policy priorities for each sector of the economy detailing how the federal government can slash greenhouse gas emissions. While these reports largely remain messaging tools, it is important to recognize the significance of Democratic alignment on an issue that will remain a priority regardless of which party is in power.

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All of a Sudden Everyone Cares About the Postal Service

A 21st century Postal Service needs to deepen the partnerships that already exist with the mass mailing community and major private sector logistics companies. It needs to make sure that rural America continues to get timely, affordable, universal service. It needs resources to recapitalize its aging infrastructure.

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Senior Care During COVID-19: Supporting Seniors at Home Through Telehealth

Arts for the Aging (AFTA) serves older adults and caregivers, especially those impacted by aging related physical and cognitive impairments in the Greater Washington DC area. Signal sat down with Janine Tursini, Director & CEO of AFTA to discuss how in the wake of COVID-19, the organization is transitioning to provide online therapeutic multi-disciplinary Arts workshops and deliver heART Kits to people at home.

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Art & Health: Organizations Providing Virtual Care and Programs

Studies have shown that art can help people with dementia, depression, cancer and other health issues. As we continue to fight the coronavirus, people are finding new ways to support one another and turning to new art methods to help bridge care gaps created by social isolation. The following organizations are helping equip health care providers with virtual resources to help patients cope, heal and recover through art.

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