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Family Comes First Season 8 Premiere: Angela’s Legacy

In 1992, Angela’s House, a non-profit fcf angelas houseorganization, was created by Bob and
Angie Policastro; their goal was to improve the lives of medically frail children and their families. Angela’s House currently offers a wide variety of services to support medically frail children, both at home and in a group home setting.

We kick off this brand new season of Family Comes First™ by visiting with the founder and Executive Director of Angela’s House, Bob Policastro, and Anne Bingham, whose daughter is a resident of Angela’s House in Smithtown.

Bob shares with us how, 23 years ago, when his daughter, Angela, was born, he saw the lack of places and resources that could provide the proper care for medically frail children in Long Island, NY. Angela’s House was created in his daughter’s memory to ensure children receive the proper care at home and don’t need to be institutionalized due to lack of resources.

Anne explains how, prior to arriving at Angela’s House, horrific images came to mind when she thought about putting her daughter in a home. After visiting the house, she realized how beautiful and inviting it was, with loving and caring staff.

Also, joining them on this episode is Deanna M. Eble, Esq. of Russo Law Group, P.C., who discusses the importance of planning for your child with special needs.

We invite you to watch and be inspired! Join us for the premiere episode, “Angela’s Legacy” on Telecare this Monday, May 16, 2016, at 1:30 pm.

Family Comes First™ episodes will also air on Wednesdays at 9:30 am & 10:30 pm and Thursdays at 1:30 pm.

Family Comes First™ airs exclusively on Telecare TV – Cablevision Channels 29 and 137, Time Warner channels 106 (Manhattan), 471 (Queens) or Verizon FiOS TV Channel 296.

For more on Family Comes First™, please follow us on Facebook or visit our Family Comes First website at www.vjrussolaw.com/familycomesfirst.

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