Ten months after the tragic death of Hartford teenager Matthew Tirado -- a look at what’s being done to safeguard the lives of children with disabilities.
Coming up, we hear about a recent Office of the Child Advocate investigation into the case of 17-year-old Tirado.
The report recommends improvements that apply to school districts statewide.
The facility is slated to close its doors in 2018. What will its closure mean for delinquent boys and the future of the state’s juvenile justice system? We check in with a local reporter and we also hear from you.
- Sarah Eagan - Child Advocate for the State of Connecticut
- Mona Tremblay - Parent and a care coordinator who advocates for children with disabilities
- Josh Kovner - Reporter at the Hartford Courant
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.