Using wood and plastic sheets, staff at American House in Rochester Hills built a hugging station so residents can experience an embrace once again amid the pandemic.
The University of Michigan hospital's Environmental Services team are some of the unsung heroes of the pandemic.
A mom in Illinois came up with a way for her kids to hug their Nana while doing their best to keep her safe.
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An adult program for people with dementia forced to close their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic turns to Zoom sessions to keep their participants engaged and connect them with their friends during this tough time.
A Clinton Township audiologist is wearing clear masks so her patients with hearing loss can still read her lips and see her smiles.
Refusing to let COVID-19 win, a couple kept their April 11 wedding date by holding a virtual wedding with family and friends that felt as loving and happy as an in-person wedding.
Nearly 40 MI COVIDsittters are on standby ready to help essential workers with things like pet sitting, childcare, household errands, and more.
One Michigan teacher is taking the extra step to keep her students feeling encouraged amid the uncertainty.
Artist Rebecca Lowe is brightening up her Woodhaven community with amazing chalk drawings with inspiring messages.
Step-by-step instructions on how to make a mask without needing to sew using either a T-shirt or a handkerchief.
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