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It Takes a Village: Toody Maher Works With Richmond Families to Transform City Parks

Jan 22, 2016
It Takes a Village: Toody Maher Works With Richmond Families to Transform City Parks

After a dramatic transformation, Pogo Park in Richmond is once again a place for kids to play. Photo courtesy of Pogo Park.

By Linda Childers

When Toody Maher first moved to Richmond, she was dismayed to see how many of the city’s parks were in shambles. Local residents described the parks as being “dirty, dull...

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Music to their ears

Jan 20, 2016

 

People with dementia, if isolated, can withdraw into their own world. But when engaged with others, their condition, or at least their wellbeing, can improve.  A Fairfield music therapist who works with people with dementia has seen physical, emotions and cognitive improvements in her clients. Veronica Moscoso shares their story in this short video...

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HealthyCal.org
Music to their ears

Jan 20, 2016

 

People with dementia, if isolated, can withdraw into their own world. But when engaged with others, their condition, or at least their wellbeing, can improve.  A Fairfield music therapist who works with people with dementia has seen physical, emotions and cognitive improvements in her clients. Veronica Moscoso shares their story in this short video...

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HealthyCal.org
Music to their ears

Jan 20, 2016

People with dementia, if isolated, can withdraw into their own world. But when engaged with others, their condition, or at least their wellbeing, can improve.  A Fairfield music therapist who works with people with dementia has seen physical, emotions and cognitive improvements in her clients. Veronica Moscoso shares their story in this short video...

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HealthyCal.org
Music to their ears

Jan 20, 2016

 

People with dementia, if isolated, can withdraw into their own world. But when engaged with others, their condition, or at least their wellbeing, can improve.  A Fairfield music therapist who works with people with dementia has seen physical, emotions and cognitive improvements in her clients. Veronica Moscoso shares their story in this short video...

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HealthyCal.org
Music to their ears

Jan 20, 2016

People with dementia, if isolated, can withdraw into their own world. But when engaged with others, their condition, or at least their wellbeing, can improve.  A Fairfield music therapist who works with people with dementia has seen physical, emotions and cognitive improvements in her clients. Veronica Moscoso shares their story in this short video...

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Brown’s transportation budget celebrates the car

Jan 19, 2016

By Daniel Weintraub

Weeks after returning from the Paris summit on climate change where he was hailed as a leader in the movement to limit greenhouse gases, Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed a new transportation budget that celebrates the car.

In 2016-17, Brown wants to spend $16 billion on transportation, and most of that would go...

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Brown’s transportation budget celebrates the car

Jan 19, 2016

By Daniel Weintraub

Weeks after returning from the Paris summit on climate change where he was hailed as a leader in the movement to limit greenhouse gases, Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed a new transportation budget that celebrates the car.

In 2016-17, Brown wants to spend $16 billion on transportation, and most of that would go...

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HealthyCal.org
Brown’s transportation budget celebrates the car

Jan 19, 2016

By Daniel Weintraub

Weeks after returning from the Paris summit on climate change where he was hailed as a leader in the movement to limit greenhouse gases, Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed a new transportation budget that celebrates the car.

In 2016-17, Brown wants to spend $16 billion on transportation, and most of that would go...

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HealthyCal.org
Brown’s transportation budget celebrates the car

Jan 19, 2016

By Daniel Weintraub

Weeks after returning from the Paris summit on climate change where he was hailed as a leader in the movement to limit greenhouse gases, Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed a new transportation budget that celebrates the car.

In 2016-17, Brown wants to spend $16 billion on transportation, and most of that would go...

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