Newtown’s Police and Human Services Departments are now distributing printed blue envelopes and an insert message that can be carried in the glove box or on the visor of any vehicle being operated by someone with autism spectrum disorder.
As the point person during American Heart Month here in Newtown, Health District Director Donna Culbert has been working to reinforce a few basic messages about maintaining and improving everyone’s cardiovascular health.
A team from Yale heading up regional recruiting efforts for one of the most comprehensive medical studies ever attempted to try to get to the root of what causes Autism Spectrum Disorder was in Newtown recently as part of a resource event at Newtown Community Center.
Families United in Newtown, a social and recreational nonprofit supporting families of children on the autism spectrum and those with special needs, has slated a number of meetings and activities stretching into the spring.
Clocks of any type should be avoided because the word for clock sounds a lot like the word for the funeral ritual. Clocks also are a reminder that time is running out and are considered a reminder that life will come to an end.
This is great for the Police Department! I guess when you are a small town and don't have many detectives, it helps to have extra people to get evidence! I am surprised though that police officers can have such long hair. I guess it's not as military as I thought. Officer Wickman is so involved in so many things I don't know how he has time to do it all! Congrats Officers!