“Like many of us, sheltering in place makes Eileen Schofield feel “kinda safe” and sometimes “a little sad.” She isn’t able to leave the house to go to her jobs or volunteer work.
Unlike many of us, Eileen can’t even sit next to her roommates. As most DC residents navigate the ongoing stay-at-home order, sheltering in place at her house looks different than most. That’s because Eileen’s house is a group home that supports people with intellectual disabilities.”
Read the full article in the blog of local DC newsletter 730DC!