with Senator Patrick Diegan of the New Jersey Senate
Posted Jan 11, 2018
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Jill Horner speaks with Senator Patrick Diegan, from the New Jersey Senate, about High School Athletes. Interview recorded 1/10/2018. For more videos and information about your community, go to ComcastNewsmakers.com.
Hosted by: Jill HornerProduced by: Freedom Newsmakers Team
Jill Horner speaks with James Bilella, Mayor from the Borough of Berlin, about the Master Plan and Zone Revision. Interview recorded 1/17/2018. For more videos and information about your community, go to ComcastNewsmakers.com.
Jill Horner speaks with James Bilella, Mayor from the Borough of Berlin, about the Simone Farm Acquisition. Interview recorded 1/17/2018. For more videos and information about your community, go to ComcastNewsmakers.com.
Jill Horner speaks with Bernadette Blackstock, CEO and President from the People for People Foundation, about the South Jersey Veteran Resource Center. Interview recorded 1/17/2018. For more videos and information about your community, go to ComcastNewsmakers.com.
According to an internal audit, more than 57,000 veterans have not been scheduled for an initial appointment with the US Department of Veteran Affairs. Rep. Jon Runyan (R-NJ) discusses this delay in healthcare access for our returning servicemen and women. Visit Rep. Runyan on the web at www.Runyan.house.gov
After the Impact cares for athletes, veterans and first responders while they work through an intense treatment program. After the Impact addresses education and care for individuals with health/behavioral issues from post-concussion syndrome, post-traumatic stress, mTBI or other similar diagnoses. How are athletes and veterans coming together to heal
Laura Chirio, of After the Impact answers this question and more.
Interview recorded August 24th, 2017. Hosted by Laurel Hess.
According to the International Labor Organization, 27 million people are involved in human trafficking. Laurel Bellows of the American Bar Association's Human Trafficking Task Force addresses this growing trend. To learn more, visit the American Bar Association on the web at www.ambar.org/trafficking
More than 20 million Americans cope with vision loss, and that number is growing due to baby boomers reaching retirement age and beyond and higher survival rates for premature babies, many with multiple disabilities. Paul Schroeder of American Foundation for the Blind discusses efforts to be sure that technology is accessible to this population.
Schroeder stated, "Vision loss...can be very tough and it is difficult for people to adjust to. Most people lose their site... as they are aging."
Visit American Foundation for the Blind at www.AFB.org or www.Facebook.com/AmericanFoundationForTheBlind or follow on Twitter @AFB1921.