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  • This Week's Closer Look 3/19/2018 - 3/25/2018

    Kids Need Certain Lifeskills For Successful ‘Adulting’

    Washing clothes, cooking a meal, reading a map, hammering a nail. Teaching kids basic skills can make them more competent, confident and independent as adults. Air1's Tracey Lynn gets tips from Diane Debrovner, deputy editor of Parents Magazine.

    Special Needs Adults Sing In Joyful Sound Choir

    Some singers are hearing or vision impaired, some were born with Downs Syndrome and others are autistic, but what they have in common is a fierce commitment to rehearse for statewide performances. Air1's Joel Reagan goes to choir practice to meet talk with choir director Jennifer Johnson.

    Previous Week's Closer Look 3/12/2018 - 3/18/2018

    Go Gray: Care For Elders With Dementia & Alzheimer's

    Millions of Americans will live beyond 80. Most will need younger help with basic tasks. Some will suffer dementia or Alzheimer's disease. What do you need to know??

    Frank Hammond asks Helene French of the Alzheimer's Assoc. of KY/IN and Dan Beck chats with Kay Owen Larson of Crossroads about training chaplains to visit abandoned elders in nursing homes.