Childbirth options are changing in rural Connecticut
Three rural Connecticut hospitals have recently suspended labor and delivery services or announced plans to do so, leaving locals with fewer and farther away options. This hour on Where We Live, we get the latest on what this means for rural residents. How are labor and delivery services changing in our state?
Plus, the Connecticut Paid Leave Authority begins accepting applications December 1, with paid leave benefits going into effect in 2022. Hear from CEO Andrea Barton Reeves.
- Andrea Barton Reeves: CEO, Connecticut Paid Family and Medical Leave Authority
- Nicole Leonard: Health Reporter, Connecticut Public
- Ilda Ray: Chairperson, Windham/Willimantic NAACP Education Committee; Windham Board of Education
- John Brady: Executive Vice President, AFT CT