Blog: Returning to School(?) During COVID-19

Continuing the journey of RHP’s Wendi Egan and her family of six during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Egan’s are faced with a tough decision while considering the approaching 2020 /…

Blog: Safe to Show Your Work and Enjoy the Creative in our Communities

The coronavirus pandemic has halted in-person public attendance and viewings in cultural centers and art galleries around the country. RHP’s Nate Zoba, who’s love is as a professional abstract painter,…

Blog: Youth Programs Adapting to Safety Procedures During COVID-19

Coronavirus restrictions are slowly being lifted and RHP’s Jon Redmond is looking to get his two children involved in youth programs. Jon blogs about the importance of a program’s risk…

Blog: Finding a New Normal, Part 2

RHP’s Wendi Egan writes a follow up blog about adjusting family routines during COVID-19 & obstacles on the road to finding a new, quarantine-friendly hobby. In the beginning of March,…

Blog: Maintaining Lifestyle Wellness During COVID-19

As a person who normally strives to maintain a “3-legged” lifestyle wellness, RHP Associate Health Scientist Eric Kaufman blogs about how his lifestyle has changed since the start of the…

Blog: Theatergoing After COVID-19: What Will Change?

As a regular theatergoer, RHP’s Shelley Hawkins considers the myriad issues that theaters will be forced to consider as the United States re-opens and crowds gather for performances. I have…

Blog: COVID-19 Unsung Heroes: Homemade Crafters

RHP’s Shelley Hawkins blogs about her volunteer experience making cloth masks during the COVID-19 pandemic and provides some helpful tips for those who are looking to join the fight against…

Blog: Apartment Hunting During COVID-19 “Shelter in Place” order

RHP Associate Matt Oleszczak blogs about his apartment hunting experience and the hurdles his search faced due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As I sit here late April, I live in…

Blog: College Students Faced with Obstacles Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19 caused an abrupt disruption of the 2020 school year forcing colleges to close their campuses and students to make a variety of adjustments including living arrangements, switching to online…

Blog: City Life Without the City during COVID-19

Jackie Coreno has lived in Chicago for 23 years and has always looked forward to the start of spring after suffering through the long, cold winters. She says while the…