Blue Sky Family Stepping Up Through the COVID-19 Crisis

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Handmade masks donated by Youngstown native, Donna and Milan Zordich, are protecting our healthcare workers.

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We are happy we are able to do a small gesture for those in need!

Donna Zordich (or "Nana" to all who know her), along with her husband of 58 years, Milan, have spent their time in self-isolation sewing over 50 face masks per day.

Donna is the sister of Blue Sky Therapy’s CEO, Renee Halfhill. At Blue Sky, our employees and our clients look forward to the thousands of cookies Donna bakes every holiday season. She has always been a remarkable example of selfless service to others and through this challenging period, that has been no different.

Donna, a seamstress by trade, has spent 64 years working both professionally handling alterations for several local businesses as well as personally, tailoring clothes for friends and family for many occasions. As soon as she heard that there was a mask shortage during this ongoing pandemic, she knew she wanted to contribute her skills to the efforts. Donna and Milan picked up as many supplies as she could and got to work. The masks she is making are being donated to facilities and nursing homes where they will hopefully help to protect our healthcare workers and communities as they take on COVID-19.

Blue Sky Therapy operates outpatient physical therapy centers in Warren, Akron, Marion, Mansfield, Ohio and Bonita Springs and Naples, Florida along with providing rehabilitation services to skilled nursing and assisted living facilities. With their recent launch of Teletherapy they are now able to use electronic communication to remotely provide physical therapy services to patients via a video conferencing system, with the option of an in-clinic visit.

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Danielle Dadig
Blue Sky Therapy
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