"Senior Journal" Cable Television Broadcasts
The Senior Journal cable television program is devoted to exploring the issues of growing older and the challenges faced by adults with disabilities in Rhode Island. The Senior Journal is produced by senior volunteers and adults with disabilities. The program is sponsored by the Rhode Island Department of Human Services, Division of Elderly Affairs ( DEA) with the support of Rhode Island Public, Education, and Government Access Television.
The Senior Journal is broadcast on:
Sundays at 5:00 p.m., Mondays at 7:00 p.m., and Tuesdays at
11:30 a.m. and over the statewide interconnect channel 13 and
Verizon channel 32.
* February 23 through March 4 *
" HOSPICE CARE "
Larry Grimaldi, Chief of Program Development for DEA,
Volunteer Coordinator of Beacon Hospice.
*March 5 through March 25*
"PROBLEM GAMBLING AWARENESS"
Larry Grimaldi, Chief of Program Development for DEA, interviews:
Member of the Rhode Island Council on Problem Gambling
and LORI T.
a recovering compulsive gambler
For more information about Senior Journal, or if you are interested in joining the volunteer production crew,
The Rhode Island Department Human Services, Division of Elderly Affairs (DEA) is responsible for the development and implementation of a comprehensive system of programs and services for Rhode Islanders age 60 and older. DEA is also the state's single planning and service area agency on aging under the provisions of The Older Americans Act of 1965.