Some people thought they were safe living near Chernobyl, some are deceased or still suffering today.Redford is close to FERMI, are we safe? Want to know more? You can listen to a hearing before the Atomic Safety and Licensing Board set for Wednesday, June 10th, at 10 a.m. You will hear Jessie Pauline Collins, Redford resident and Editor of CRAFT published in Redford, Jim Sherman, … Continue reading Wednesday, June 10th, at 10 a.m – Atomic Safety and Licensing Board HEARING re: Enrico Fermi Nuclear Generating Station, Monroe Michigan
Now more than ever, we have a responsibility to do what we can to help flatten the curve and reduce the spread of COVID-19. One of the most important things we can do is exercise social distancing and not engage in any unnecessary travel or personal contact. Beginning March 24, Michiganders have been ordered to stay-at-home unless engaged in essential work or activity effective until at least April … Continue reading Stay Calm, Stay Safe, and Stay Home By: State Representative Leslie Love
Wayne County, Michigan is now considered a corona virus hotspot. The County has an increasing percentage of all the corona virus cases in the United States and Michigan. What does this mean to you? As the numbers of people with corona virus increases, the chances of you coming into contact with someone infected also increases. Going to the store has an increased chance of coming … Continue reading Wayne County Corona virus Hotspot What Are Your Options? By: Jim Bailey, R.N.
This is a respiratory, airborne disease. Hand washing is only part of the equation. Things like not handshaking, kissing, hugging, sharing food or utensils, breathing face to face, etc. are good strategies. Do not; lick the inside of buses or buildings. This, again, is an airborne, respiratory disease, so why not handle money which is being refused at the Blue Water Bridge or the Detroit … Continue reading OVID 19 Coronovirus-Symptoms to look for if you may have the virus. By Jim Bailey, R.N.
Provider recognized for meeting and surpassing national goal. By: Krystal Milosek, Marketing Manager, Advantage Living Centers Today, Advantage Living Center in Redford was recognized by the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) for its achievements in the quality of care they provide. ALC Redford surpassed the national goal by safely reducing the off-label use of antipsychotics by at least 10% … Continue reading Advantage Living Center Recognized for Improving Quality of Long Term Care
“As sad as it to say, we expected that at some point this was going to happen …. that we were going to have to announce a fatality as a result of COVID-19,” Hackel said. “Today happens to be that day. Continue reading 8 Dead in Michigan from COVID-19