PBS affiliate, KQED in Northern California, recently aired part 1 of a 3-part series on Schizophrenia. Telecare’s VIPS Prevention & Early Intervention program contributed to part one.
The KQED story focuses on the concept of intervening early to help stop schizophrenia before it starts. Telecare is deeply proud to be working with young people in a way that helps them retain and regain their health, hopes and dreams.
You can listen to the KQED story here.
And, though part two already aired, if you’re interested, part three will air on KQED on Monday, August 11th. That’s 88.5 FM at 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Additionally, different (longer and nationally-focused) versions of these stories are scheduled to air on NPR’s Morning Edition in September on the 8th and 15th.