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Crime Heart Land: Cincinnati nurse protects those without shelter: 'These people have nothing'

01:02  23 may  2020
01:02  23 may  2020 Source:   cincinnati.com

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Deann Ramey is a nurse for Cincinnati ’s health department and has taken to creating masks for those who don’t have a home to shelter in. “I live it every single day; these people have nothing , and they just don’t get it.” Without a sewing machine and much prior experience, Ramey makes masks with

Anger over shelter -in-place orders boiled over, with protesters ignoring social distancing guidelines and packing streets. But the risk of a deadlier second wave of coronavirus is quite possible.

During the stay-at-home order most people are doing just that, but not everyone has a home to shelter in.

Deann Ramey is a nurse for Cincinnati’s health department and has taken to creating masks for those who don’t have a home to shelter in.

Working downtown Ramey noticed how the homeless either don’t have masks at all or have been wearing “one-time-use” masks well past effectiveness. Ramey then dedicated her weekends to creating masks for those who don’t have the resources.

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a person standing in front of a building: Deann Ramey sporting her mask while working in downtown CIncinnati. © Provided By: Deann Ramey Deann Ramey sporting her mask while working in downtown CIncinnati.

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“I work over at Holmes Street Heath Center and I see it,” Ramey said. “I live it every single day; these people have nothing, and they just don’t get it.”

Without a sewing machine and much prior experience, Ramey makes masks with adjustable straps to better fit the person wearing them. It takes her two hours per mask, so far, she’s made 30 and has no plans of stopping soon.

Ramey has bought more colors and has even started to add fun buttons to some masks. She hopes to donate all her masks to the Homeless Healthcare Van that helps those downtown.

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Ramey isn’t afraid of this virus, although she is considered high-risk because she lives with diabetes she still chooses to work on the front-lines to educate and help others.

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“We are all high-risk,” Ramey said. “If I can do something to help people I will.”

She enjoys what she does, educating and helping others. At the clinic she serves a good number of patients who are diabetic. She’s able to relate on a deeper level and can share with them her experiences and living with her Dexcom G6 continuous glucose monitor (CGM). Her Dexcom G6 is a medical device that continuously monitors her glucose levels and notifies her of potentially dangerous lows and highs.  

“The need is great; a lot of teaching is needed,” Ramey said. “A lot of education and that’s why I love my job because I’m a diabetic and so may of our patients are diabetic and so we can relate.”

The Enquirer will provide regular stories from the Heart Land displayed as Greater Cincinnatians cope with the new coronavirus pandemic. Here are more stories from earlier in the week: 

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“We have some of the brightest and most passionate educators in Greater Cincinnati,” Pam McKie, chief operating officer of The Children’s Home said. “As the state slowly began its phased reopening, we assembled a task force to explore whether it was even possible to do something special and more personal for our students. The team came up with an innovative 'drive-thru graduation' concept."

The graduates and their families processed through the circle drive in their cars, in alphabetical order. At the top of the circle, their diploma and other gifts will be placed in the trunk or handed through the car window depending on the family’s preference. They then met a photographer at the end of the circle to commemorate the moment.

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A limited amount of staff members lined the campus circle drive, maintaining social distancing, to cheer and wave to the graduates as they pass by.

a man wearing a hat: Logan Ness, a graduate of The Children's Home and the Heidt Center of Excellence, in Madisonville, takes part in the school's drive-thru graduation on Monday evening. Teachers and staff cheered for graduates and their families as they circled the campus's drive, receiving their diplomas from the vehicles. © Amanda Rossmann, The Enquirer/Amanda Rossmann Logan Ness, a graduate of The Children's Home and the Heidt Center of Excellence, in Madisonville, takes part in the school's drive-thru graduation on Monday evening. Teachers and staff cheered for graduates and their families as they circled the campus's drive, receiving their diplomas from the vehicles.

“We wanted to do something special for our seniors; but, obviously keeping safety and adherence with state guidance as our top priorities,” McKie said. “We’ve coordinated with our partners at Cincinnati Police Department, have a plan to maintain appropriate social distancing, and are ensuring staff and students will not be in direct contact with each other.”

The Children's Home of Cincinnati was founded in 1864 to provide daycare and shelter to abandoned, neglected and poor children. Over the years, the home has evolved from a residential home to a program that centered on adoptions to its current structure - educational and therapeutic programs for children and their families.

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  • UC Clermont College English instructor James “Buz” Ecker has written more than 200 letters to local nursing home residents under quarantine since March as part of UC Health's Keep Cincy Close campaign. The campaign encourages people to pen letters of “hope and happiness” for Greater Cincinnati nursing home residents who are not allowed visitors during Ohio’s stay-at-home order. Ecker's letters are such a hit that Beechwood Home in Hyde Park's staff now reads them regularly over the intercom. Ecker's youngest daughter, Rosie Ecker, now works as a UC Health marketing consultant and created the website for the Keep Cincy Close campaign. For more information on the campaign click here.

  • RSM U.S. Foundation donated $12,700 to Freestore Foodbank. This is part of a larger firm-wide initiative that provided RSM employees with a weekly per diem allowance for their use in supporting local grocers and restaurants – some of the sectors hit hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, and a significant number of the firm’s client base – through the end of April. For employees who elected not to take advantage of the per diem, those funds were donated to food banks in the cities where RSM’s 11,000+ people live and work nationwide in the U.S. and Canada. To date, RSM has donated more than $1.8 million to local food banks across the country through this effort, and $2.9 million was spent by RSM’s people nationwide to support local restaurants and grocers.

Have an item to share that brings kindness or levity to this quarantine situation? Email mlaughman@enquirer.com.

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a man and a woman taking a selfie: UC Clermont instructor James © Thanks to Amanda Chalifoux, UC Clermont UC Clermont instructor James "Buz" Ecker joins his daughter, Rosie Ecker, who consults for UC Health. Since March, he has written more than 200 letters to local nursing homes under quarantine. His effort is part of UC Health’s Keep Cincy Close campaign, which encourages people to get involved by penning letters of “hope and happiness” for Greater Cincinnati nursing home residents who are not allowed visitors during Ohio’s stay-at-home order. He got to practice by writing more than 1,000 to Rosie.

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