Social Services

Articles: Social Services

Tiffany Anderson
Eliminating the cycle of oppression and generational poverty
Alison DeNisco
Comfort dog Addie continues to help Sandy Hook Elementary students heal after the December 2012 shooting.
From shootings to tornadoes, canines provide comfort to students
Matt Zalaznick
Boggy Creek Elementary School, which has a high homeless population, celebrates winning a national reading competition.
Districts face high costs for transportation, while communities help with food, clothing, computers
Alison DeNisco
Art therapy involves creating art to help individuals of all ages cope with traumatic experiences and stress, according to the American Art Therapy Association, a national organization whose Connecticut members have been working to assist young people, their families, and the local communities to address the trauma resulting from the Sandy Hook shooting. Above, a drawing from a first grade Sandy Hook student who was at school the day of the shooting.
Critical challenges for school psychologists.

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