In recognition of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, The Ability Center of Greater Toledo is hosting a webinar on Thursday, May 21 to highlight the importance of digital technology for those living with disabilities. If you want to learn more about how to communicate with clear, concise, accessible language, this free webinar is a valuable tool.
Last week, Gov. Mike DeWine announced that over $20 million in Medicaid funding would be cut from the state budget for the remainder of 2020, despite there being an unused $2.7 billion rainy day fund.
The Remote Area Medical Volunteer Corps is currently looking for both clinical and non-clinical volunteers to help with free, pop-up test sites in Toledo.
Over one month ago, the Ohio Health Department released an order that required the postponement of non-essential surgeries and procedures to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to preserve supplies of personal protective equipment. Any procedures that could be delayed without permanent consequences were deemed “non-essential” during the pandemic, with many of those restrictions will
With most of us staying home as much as possible during the pandemic, it’s all too easy to become one with our couches— not the best way to boost our immune system when we need it most. Luckily, there are lots of ways you can keep a consistent fitness routine without leaving your home. We
As states across the country begin easing restrictions to open up their economies, Lucas County is making a push to increase testing opportunities for those who are symptomatic, a key component of our community’s eventual return to normalcy. “In our current state of the coronavirus pandemic, testing is most appropriate for individuals experiencing symptoms of