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Lives Remembered is a new service to memorialize those in our community who have recently passed. An obituary placed in Lives Remembered is a way to honor a life of curiosity, learning and appreciation of humanity’s big ideas, challenges and achievements.
LEARN AT HOME
A wide collection of multimedia distance-learning resources from PBS, NPR and Connecticut Public are here for preschool through Grade 12 and beyond. Check out the "Learning Snacks" updated weekly.
How to prepare, how to recognize symptoms, regional contacts, travel advisories and more. Information will be continually updated.
MEDIA & NEWS LITERACY
Today's complex media landscape can be treacherous to navigate. Sophisticated technology creates opportunities for bad actors to manipulate messages — and audiences. How can the average person separate fact from fiction and know which information to trust? We’ve created this guide to help you detect dupes and offer you resources that can help sharpen your media literacy. DOWNLOAD a printable (pdf) version of our Guide to Finding Fakes & Facts
Thinkalong.org is a free, open, online educational program for middle school students. Through the Thinkalong™ interactive multimedia format, students can delve into topics that directly affect their lives and communities. Thinkalong™ can be used in traditional classrooms, youth programs, or at home. It supports individual, small group, and whole-class learning.
Information and resources about the nationwide diabetes epidemic and how it is impacting Connecticut residents.
Get information about Parkinson's disease, and stream documentaries exploring the illness and how patients are addressing it.
Get information on medical advances and treatment options for a wide range of health conditions.
Hear stories of those affected by mental illness, providing a glimpse into their challenges as well as their path to happy, productive lives.
Learn about important medical advances, new procedures, and ground-breaking treatments to help you get well and stay well.
Parents, educators, administrators, and occupational and physical therapists share stories of how innovative educational approaches positively impact their lives and the lives of their students and families.
Hear one-minute stories showcasing personal journeys and experiences of protecting our natural surroundings in our communities.