CTVV: Oakhill School largest private provider of services to people with disabilities

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CT Valley Views is Connecticut’s premier public access TV media source for educating and informing Connecticut’s citizens. It covers current cultural issues, political, business, health, legal, educational and fiscal topics with candid interviews and high profile guests and experts in relative fields.

CTVV’s host, Susan Patricelli Regan spoke with Oak Hill School’s Chief Administrator Ana Wittig and Barry M. Simon president and CEO Oak Hill to ascertain the non-profit organization’s objectives and breadth of programs. Oak Hill School is a private state-approved special-education school creatively meeting the needs of each individual student. They offer a 12-month community-based education program for day and residential students. The program serves students with moderate to severe disabilities from ages 3 to 21. In addition, Oak Hill provides a full range of services to people with infirmaties both mental and physical of all ages, from newborns to seniors and veterans. Visit oakhillct.org for more information. See your local public access station airing schedule to view this segment or all of CTVV programs at ctvalleyviews.com