WATCH NOW: Help for Children & Seniors

Lisa LaGrou Oakland County Moms

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Aired Sunday, November 13, 2011

The youngest and oldest members of our community are the focus of this week’s Street Beat.

First host Syma Chowdhry talks with Lisa LaGrou of Oakland County Moms about the importance of Grandparents in the lives of young children.

Then Community Correspondent Ken Bryant talks to Nancy Maxwell of Sweet Dreamzzz to find out how a good night’s sleep can make a huge difference in the life of a child.

Community Correspondent Cindy Kainz speaks with Ann Marie Gattari of BrightStar Care to find out what you need to know to protect the senior citizen in your life.

Finally, Stacy Ziarko of St. Jude’s tells Syma about their upcoming Walk and how it benefits children.






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