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Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Lutheran SeniorLife

Today’s Front Line Hero is Lutheran SeniorLife, which is using humor to lift spirits at the Passavant Community. The dietary team made postcards with food puns and attached them to each resident’s meal to bring a smile to their faces.

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Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: LSF Health Systems

Today’s Front Line Hero is Lutheran Services Florida Health Systems, which is working to address crisis fatigue in the community, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and national newfound awareness of systemic racism. Christine Cauffield, licensed clinical psychologist and CEO of LSF Health Systems, spoke on the local news in Jacksonville, FL to make viewers aware of the issue of crisis fatigue.

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Monday, July 6, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Genacross Lutheran Services

Today’s Front Line Hero is Genacross Lutheran Services for designating a rehabilitation center as a COVID-19 isolation unit and helping community members as they recover from the virus. The Genacross team members worked together to ensure protocols are in place to safely serve people recovering from COVID-19, including wearing PPE, creating protocols for donning and removing PPE, changing airflows in the building, and designing new meal delivery processes.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: Ecumen

Today’s Front Line Hero is Ecumen for its commitment to supporting a strong staff and a strong community. Throughout the month of June, Ecumen lifted its voice to support movements that fight for the equal treatment of Black communities and LGBTQ communities, and made efforts to recognize the hard work of its staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Today's Front Line Hero: LSS Lutheran Village

Today’s Front Line Hero is LSS Lutheran Village, which held a car parade to connect families and residents while maintaining necessary social distancing. Families were overjoyed to see each other, even if from a distance!

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