CTN Recap: Some of the top shows from last month still available for viewing

CTN Recap of Octobers’ Programs 

  • Senior Moments – Dr. Sherry Day, Clinical Professor and Ashley Howson, Low Vision Clinic Occupational Therapist at UM Kellogg Eye Center discusses low vision issues, assisting devices for people with low visions, how to prevent accidents caused by low visions and physical therapy for seniors and those who have eye sight problems. HERE
  • Adventures in Parenthood, The Leitz Family discusses the ups and downs of parenthood as they tackle the rare genetic disorder, Angelman’s Syndrome, HERE
  • FYI, Watch at your own risk as Spiritual Medium, Brian Danhausen, creates a one-of-a-kind energy painting and deciphers its otherworldly meanings, HERE
  • Parker Mill County Park Virtual Tour, Surviving as one of the oldest sites in the county, Parker Mill is the pride of the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission, Check out the tour! HERE
  • Ward Talk with Zach Ackerman, Ann Arbor City Councilmember from the 3rd Ward, October 2020 HERE
  • Green Room, Mary Mathias Lappe discusses her work as content liaison for the WEMU News weekly radio program called “Issues of the Environment,” a collaboration with Washtenaw County. This award-winning program, hosted by David Fair, has been running for over 25 years. HERE
  • FYI – CTN’s Dana Denha talks with Assistant Fire Chief Marc Tyler, as he tells us how to take part in the Ann Arbor Fire Department’s new recruitment process. HERE