Stony Brook University Hospital in Stony Brook, New York, has implemented creative ways to get to know coronavirus patients, many of whom are intubated and unable to speak. “My Story” is a recent initiative where hospital staff create posters filled with photos and facts about a patient’s life.
Virtual visitors from all over are on My TODAY Plaza Monday morning, including a New Jersey family starting their first official week of summer after the kids finished their virtual learning, and another New Jersey family with a high school grad who was diagnosed with brain cancer at age 11.
A Louisiana mom who sent her daughter to live with an uncle for a month while she recovered from the coronavirus was in tears when they finally got a chance to hug again. TODAY’s Hoda Kotb has your Morning Boost.
With job losses mounting and pending evictions across the country, a major increase in homelessness is expected in many cities. This is the story of one family in Oklahoma City who found a path out of homelessness and has made it their mission to give back to less fortunate families during the pandemic.
A group of oversized teddy bears were strapped in for a roller coaster ride at the Dutch theme park Walibi Holland, which reopened this week after the coronavirus lockdown. Weekend TODAY’s Kristen Welker has your Morning Boost.
A grandmother who hadn’t had a chance to hug her grandsons throughout two months of quarantine found a creative solution: She wore an inflatable pink unicorn suit. TODAY’s Hoda Kotb has your Morning Boost.
A doorbell camera captured a delivery driver offering a prayer for one family’s 8-month-old baby, who has a health condition that makes him especially vulnerable to the coronavirus. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie has your Morning Boost.
A 6-year-old boy who’s been taking guitar lessons during lockdown had his dad drive him three hours so he could surprise his grandparents with a serenade for their 50th anniversary. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie has your Morning Boost.
In honor of National Nurses Week and International Nurses Day, friends, families and patients share what they see when they look into the eyes of nurses they know and love. Learn about the inspiring contributions of 22 healthcare heroes from 18 different states across the U.S.
Social distancing could be a roadblock in development for some students on the autism spectrum. The Miracle Project is striving to keep the paths to creativity and socialization open by offering their musical theater and life skills workshops online during the coronavirus pandemic.
TODAY celebrates heroes doing their best to make life a little better amid the coronavirus crisis, including a UPS driver in New Jersey, a communications worker in Denver and a paramedic in California who’s been working 72-hour shifts.