CJE SeniorLife collaborates with the Highland Park Senior TV Production Team (affiliated with the Highland Park Senior Center) to produce a 30-minute program each month featuring a different agency program or service area with CJE staff as guests/resident experts in the field of aging. Shows are taped at the Highland Park Public Access Center, and distributed to other approved Comcast stations in the Chicago area.
In addition to the public access channels/broadcast schedules, CJE SeniorLife features highlights of each show on CJE SeniorLife YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/cjeseniorlife as they are made available. Updates on programming and short video clips can also be found via our Facebook or Twitter channels for sharing with colleagues, friends and family.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Nicole Bruce, CJE SeniorLife Public Relations & Media Specialist, at 773/508.1026 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Creative Art Therapist at CJE SeniorLife
- CJE SeniorLife's "Art in the Moment" Program at the Art Insitute of Chicago
- Senior Crime Victims Awareness: Elder Abuse & Crime Victim Rights in Illinois
- Senior Crime Victims Awareness: Day in the Life of CJE's Crime Victim Assistance Program Coordinator
- Senior Crime Victims Awareness: Domestic Abuse
- Senior Crime Victims Awareness: Elder Abuse
CJE SeniorLife's former Manager of Special Programs: Creative Arts Therapy, Dementia Care and Life Enrichment Services, Deb DelSignore, and Art Therapist at Center for Healthy Living, Katy Kiehn, join Highland Park Senior TV Production Team host, Greta DeBofsky, for a discussion about self-expression and community building through creative art therapy programs and Art in the Moment trips. The Highland Park Public Access show aired throughout the month of May in various North Shore communities on HP10 and Channel 19.
To help build awareness for National Crime Victims' Rights Week in April, CJE SeniorLife's Crime Victim/Witness Assistance Program partnered with the Highland Park Public Access Center to create a cable show discussing senior crime victim and elder abuse issues, which aired throughout the month of April in various North Shore communities. Elizabeth Burnside, CJE's former Crime Victim Assistance Program Coordinator, and Micki Iris, Ph.D., Director of the Leonard Schanfield Research Institute, join the Senior Producers Club host, Greta DeBofsky, for an informative discussion covering a range of important crime victim issues for seniors, including elder abuse, and offers helpful resources for senior victims of crime.
Senior Crime Victims Awareness: Day in the Life of CJE's Crime Victim Assistance Program Coordinator