How disabled Alaskans are dealing with pandemic challenges
Season 2021 Episode 18 | 26m 31s
The isolation that has affected everyone during the pandemic can be especially rough for people with disabilities. Beyond loneliness, how have people who require daily, in-home assistance balanced the need for care with the risk of catching the virus? Lori Townsend speaks with disability advocate Maggie Winston and Mark Regan of the Disability Law Center of Alaska.
Aired: 02/05/21 |
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