July 23, 2017
Todd Hauer from Morgan Stanley discusses what economic indicators both investors and consumers should watch, and what the indications are pointing toward for the economy the rest of the year.
July 16, 2017
Dr. Annette Nunez of Breakthrough Interventions in Denver gives tips that help parents create happy summertime memories for their autistic children. BTInterventions.com
July 9, 2017
Natriece Bryant from the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) details financial education programs that help adults and seniors protect themselves against fraud, and help them become financially literate. For information, go to AskDora.Colorado.gov
June 25, 2017
Taryn Lewis of the Denver Urban Renewal Authority outlines various opportunities for home improvement and emergency improvement zero and low-interest loans and grants. For more information, RenewDenver.org
June 11, 2017
Paul Tauriello, Director of the Colorado Division of Workers’ Compensation, details new safeguards for injured workers .
June 4, 2017
Jennifer Churchill from Colorado Parks and Wildlife presents tips and cautions on interacting with Colorado wildlife, and gives an overview of all there is to do in Colorado. For more information, go online to cpw.state.co.us
May 28, 2017
Terri Wager outlines the scope of services the Seniors Resource Center provides for seniors, and highlights the events at the June 23rd fundraising gala which will honor retiring CEO John Zabawa. Zabawa served the Seniors Resource Center for 36 years. Information at SRCAging.org
May 21, 2017
Deimosa Webber-Bey, librarian for Scholastic, Inc., describes a major survey of students and parents on student reading habits and attitudes, and a Scholastic-sponsored program promoting summer reading. Additional information, Scholastic.com
May 14, 2017
The Colorado Resiliency and Recovery Office was formed following the recent floods and fires to put a framework in place to not only recover from a future disaster, but to make things better than before the disaster. The work of the office won the “Gold 2017 National Planning Achievement Award for Environmental Planning” from the American Planning Association. Governor John Hickenlooper describes the framework in light of the word “resiliency” which is part of the official name of the office which will direct all future disasters.
For details, see www.CoResiliency.com
May 7, 2017
The Chair of the APA jury that awarded Colorado the Environmental Planning Achievement Award, Shedrick Coleman, tells what impressed the jury about Colorado’s response to recent floods and fires. The award went to the Resiliency and Recovery Office which is cited as an example for other states and government entities in environmental planning. Information online at Planning.org