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Catonsville Duo Invents Communication Device for Seniors

Catonsville Duo Invents Communication Device for Seniors

Stuart Lowry and Mike Groves of Catonsville had a hard time communicating with their parents who have early onset dementia when the pandemic hit and couldn’t see their loved ones to help them.  The two invented LiveWall which allows messages and pictures to be sent to their loved ones and an events calendar which can be programmed by an aid or family member.  The LiveWall flashes blue when there’s a notification or message to be read and a red button the individual can press if help is needed.

106 Year Old Talks Importance of COVID-19 Vaccine

106 Year Old Talks Importance of COVID-19 Vaccine

Jennie Libertini who celebrated her 106th birthday last week at St. Martin’s home in Catonsville has received both her COVID-19 vaccine shots.  She lived through the H1N1 pandemic of 1918 and is now living through this one.  Jennie says not having ever smoked or drink, except on holidays has helped her get to where she is now.  Her motto is “just live good” and felt it was important to get her vaccine and shared getting her first shot over Zoom.

Christmas Caravan Spreads Cheer

Christmas Caravan Spreads Cheer

Santa led a caravan of Jeeps on Saturday in Catonsville to spread holiday cheer to four nursing homes and foster children’s homes.  Ellie McIntire, one of the organizers, wanted to being some Christmas spirit to those who might feel isolated during the pandemic.  “It’s a break from the normal….they can wave and lift their spirits up for the day,” McIntire said.