Melissa in the Morning: Who’s in Control?

Melissa in the Morning: Who’s in Control?

1. The phone or you?! Who’s in control; if the answer is truly the phone, we learned how to take back over with counselor Julius Dudics. ((00:10))2. Part two of a conversation with educator, Fran Rabinowitz, about post graduation employment opportunities for kids with disabilities. ((13:04))3. We got an update on the Portrait Project in…

Melissa in the Morning: Myth Busting Cancer Risks

Melissa in the Morning: Myth Busting Cancer Risks

1. Dr. Boolbol of Nuvance Health broke down some of the fiction people believe when it comes to breast cancer risks. What’s real, what’s not? ((00:10))2. Halloween can be too much for kids with sensory issues. Springtide shared tips and tricks to make Halloween work for all kids. ((12:42))3. A congratulations to Chrissy Scarpati who…

Melissa in the Morning: No Child Left Behind

Melissa in the Morning: No Child Left Behind

1. Fran Rabinowitz, executive director of CT Association of Public School Superintendents, gave us a snapshot of what’s left over from no child left behind and what life lesson classes remain in school. ((00:10))2. Facebook news has taken over, what happens since the whistleblower situation and follow up outage? ((08:22))3. What’s the latest on Fountain…

Financial News You Can Use: The Death Tax

Financial News You Can Use: The Death Tax

Russ Hackmann talks proposed changes in Washington, the death tax, and ways to actually manage what you’re paying. IMAGE CREDIT: iStock / Getty Images Plus

Melissa in the Morning: A Comment Dug Up

Melissa in the Morning: A Comment Dug Up

1. David Eldridge who’s running for Shelton Mayor, responded to a racist comment made in 1992. What’s the context and what are his remarks years later? ((00:10))2. Max Richtman talked about the ceiling debt and what it could mean for people’s social security benefits. ((14:19))3. Congressman Himes says he will be back in Washington DC…