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Issues & Advice
Issues & Advice Video Library
Learn the do's and don'ts of internet safety and find out what happens when you disobey the rules.
Kathy Lehr talks with Barbara Thomas, Karen Troup, and Andrea Karovsky about how the TALL Institute helps people with intellectual and developmental challenges achieve success.
Three experts talk about how parents, teachers and school administrators can help prevent bullying, harassment and intimidation in schools and provide a safer learning environment for their students.
Kathy Lehr talks with Officer Tom Wagner, a Crime Prevention Specialist for the Montgomery Police Department and co-author of ''Caught in The Web: Don't Let It Happen To You!'' This internet and cyber crime program is geared towards teens, parents and teachers and serves to educate them to dangerous online behaviors and how to avoid putting themselves at risk of victimization.
To help others understand her plight, Sara shares her story of an attempted suicide.
Max shares the story of his depression and attempted suicide.
Catherine Strunk, a psychiatric nurse for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the director of the
Executive Director for 4C for Children Sallie Westheimer explains what tools are available for parents to determine whether or not their child care option is a quality one.
Catherine Strunk a psychiatric nurse for Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the director of the Surviving The Teens Program interviews a teenager named Luke Beichel. Luke talks about how his struggle with depression began in the 8th grade and reached its peak in 9th grade when he attempted suicide. He also talks about his treatment and how he is rebuilding his life.
CET Kids & Families raises awareness for mental health issues and suicide with the story of Joe Stima, a young man who did not survive his depression. His mother Kathy Winter explains how parents can find the words to talk to their children about this issue and obtain resources through the Surviving the Teens Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Ms.
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