Melissa in the Morning: Recruiting Paraeducators

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Melissa in the Morning: Recruiting Paraeducators

There are about 1300 paraeducator positions open in the state of Connecticut. So, the state labor department is offering a career fair specifically for these teachers. Find out how you can become a paraeducator, what the job entails and how the state is looking to better support these workers. ((00:00))

It’s summer and your kids need routine. Counselor Julius Dudics shares how to handle your kids during the summer months with schedules, chores and daily activities. ((13:41))

June is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and we learned about a new neighborhood dedicated to helping folk with the disease. Chris Barstein with Meadow Ridge in Redding shared the details on their new living facility that just opened a month ago and how it’s bringing peace of mind to Connecticut families. ((22:49))

The CT House and Senate passed the Vision Zero bill which includes red-light cameras. We spoke with Fran Mayko of AAA about the rules and how it can create safer roads for pedestrians and bikers in our towns. ((31:24))

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