Today on DelmarvaLife –
We talk about teens eating laundry pods. We have two specialists from PRMC to answer the questions many of us have been asking, including “why”. Mental Health Services manager at PRMC, Michele Warren; and social worker and Executive Director of PRMC’s Behavioral Health Services Katherine Smith, are explaining how it’s an important discussion, whether you are the parent of a teen, or not.
Today we hear how young men and women living with special needs are about to have the time of their lives — and how it’s all possible, thanks to some star power. Pastor Ethan Magee and Susan Timmons of Ocean View Church of Christ here to tell us about “Night to Shine” sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation.
Another experience we are looking forward to is getting to know attorney Kelly Dunn Gelof of Tunnell & Raysor, P.A. She’s been on the show talking about legal issues that affect us all, but she’s also a mom, a wife and a friend to the community.
And we’re making our way over to the Mid-South audio stage today where Lisa and Jimmy will need to put on their thinking caps. We’re taking on the Laurel school district’s Odyssey of the Mind team. Let’s let the creative juices flow!