CRIS Radio is collaborating with the Hartford Courant’s News In Education program by making its lessons available in audio for students who struggle to read. Click HERE for more info.
This is the 23rd year that CRIS will be raising money by gathering old friends and new for an afternoon of the ancient game.
Your participation allows CRIS to offer its service at no cost to people living in the community who are blind or unable to read due to learning, physical, intellectual, and emotional disabilities.
When: Thursday, Sept 24, 2020 Shotgun start – 11 a.m.
Where: Tunxis Plantation Golf Club
For more information, to become a sponsor or to register to play, please click HERE.
The state has created a webpage with a list of resources (agencies, technologies and services) to help people with disabilities address some of the challenges that the coronavirus is presenting.
The page may be found by clicking HERE.
While CRIS is observing limited offices hours in our Windsor studio, volunteers and staff are … Continue Reading ››
Journal Inquirer, April 10, 2020
Study: Nonprofits help improve reading scores for Enfield Students
ENFIELD — A unique collaboration between two nonprofits — the local Educational Resources for Children Inc. and the Windsor-based Connecticut Radio Information System — that enabled students to listen to audio recordings while following … Continue Reading ››
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John is the CRISAccess Coordinator, a service which provides accessibility and inclusion for individuals with print disabilities. In his role, John is excited to be expanding the CRIS Radio service of CRIS Access to museums, outdoor venues and more throughout CT communities and beyond.
John graduated from Central Connecticut State University with a degree in marketing. After 17 years as an operations manager at GE Capital Equipment Service, John retired in 2011. He also held positions at both Konica Business Machines and Wang Laboratories. A volunteer CRIS Radio reader since 2013, John will continue to broadcast the Consumer Reports and USA Today programs for our listeners.