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Connecticut Children's Medical Center

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  • Nurse Helps Families Face Congenital Issue She Knows Firsthand

    Nurse Helps Families Face Congenital Issue She Knows Firsthand
    HARTFORD — Three words to describe a nurse are caring, compassionate and selfless, and Monique France is the epitome of all three. "She is the most caring personal I know," said Glendalee Morales, a co-worker at Connecticut Children's Medical...
  • Study: Asthma Intervention Can Lead To Fewer School Absences

    Study: Asthma Intervention Can Lead To Fewer School Absences
    HARTFORD — Greater communication between school nurses and families on how to manage asthma could help reduce the number of school absences for children afflicted with the chronic disease, according to preliminary data from an ongoing study in...
  • Community news for Killingly edition

    Ekonk Grange Family Day event STERLING - The Sterling Family Day Committee sponsors a Family Day event, annually, at the Sterling Ball Field on Saturday, September 12. Events are free with plenty of activities for families, food vendors and fireworks....
  • Community news for Willimantic edition

    FACES spaces CANTERBURY - The Fine Art and Craft Exhibit and Sale (FACES) at the Finnish Hall, 76 North Canterbury Road, will be on Saturday, Oct. 3., at 9:30 a.m. This is an event listed in The Last Green Valley's Walktober calendar. A call for...
  • Community news for Putnam edition

    Knights to hold fish fry NORTH GROSVENORDALE - The Knights of Columbus Council 2087 will hold a fish fry at the Knights of Columbus Hall, 1017 Riverside Dr., on Friday, May 29, from Noon to 8 p.m. The menu consists of fish and chips ($10); baked...
  • Mobile Market Brings Fresh Produce To Hartford Residents

    Mobile Market Brings Fresh Produce To Hartford Residents
    HARTFORD — Mangos are the most popular fruit item aboard the Hartford Mobile Market, says Pauline Zaldonis, coordinator of the fledgling nonprofit organization that offers fresh, affordable produce to city residents. The mobile market is a pilot...
  • RockaTHON makes presentation to CT Children's Medical Center

    On Jan. 17, the first-ever RockaTHON was held at Rockville High School. On March 31, the event's organizers, including Ruth Hollm and her son Josh, an RHS junior, presented a check for $3,102 to the Connecticut Children's Medical Center, and thanked those...
  • University Of Hartford Grads Encouraged To Change, Improve World

    University Of Hartford Grads Encouraged To Change, Improve World
    WEST HARTFORD — Families, friends and loved ones gathered under a tent on the University of Hartford's green Sunday morning to celebrate the accomplishments and future of the Class of 2015. About 1,100 students received bachelor's and associate'...
  • SWHS student Jeanette Porcello finds joy in helping others

    SWHS student Jeanette Porcello finds joy in helping others
    With young people like Jeanette Porcello the future will be in good hands. The SWHS senior was one of two recipients of the Eugene Policelli Student Award. Porcello said she has been involved with helping others all her life. Her personal connections help...
  • Manchester Firm Inspires With 'Fight Song' In New Connecticut Children's Video

    Manchester Firm Inspires With 'Fight Song' In New Connecticut Children's Video
    A Manchester marketing firm reached out to pop singer-songwriter Rachel Platten to use her song "Fight Song" as the backdrop for a video about Connecticut Children's Medical Center's recent Superhero Day. Kyle Reyes, president and creative director of...
  • Crisis Teams Bridge Service Gap To Stabilize At-Risk Youth

    The growing number of children and teens exposed to traumatic events in everyday life has forced the state's crisis intervention teams to respond to a broader range of behavioral and mental health issues, and those teams often serve as a bridge until at-...