“Solutionaries” spotlights creative thinkers and doers within communities dedicated to making positive impacts. The show delves into various pressing issues and innovative solutions in each episode.
In the video player above, see how the team addresses educational challenges to exploring food insecurity and behavioral interventions. “Solutionaries” showcases the stories of individuals and organizations making a difference.
The show highlights various initiatives that are transforming lives. Whether it’s the inspiring journey of a music therapy program for children with developmental differences or implementing restorative practices to address behavioral issues in schools, “Solutionaries” uncovers the remarkable ways people address complex problems with innovative solutions.
Tune in to discover these impactful stories, gain insights into real-world solutions and be inspired by the positive change.
Also in this episode: Therapy bloodhounds join Brevard County school district.
The Brevard County school district is making therapy dog history this year with the help of “cuddly” bloodhounds assigned to four elementary schools, with another canine waiting for assignment.
The loveable bloodhounds, Chase, Daisy, Patton, Beth and Ivy come from the Paws and Stripes program.
Dogs are trained to give students an emotional break on campus when students are dealing with anxiety from home or in the classroom.
On Solutionaries, we’re highlighting the creative thinkers and doers who are working to make the world a better place.
Solutionaries is a production of the news teams at Graham Media Group stations KPRC-Houston, WDIV-Detroit, KSAT-San Antonio, WKMG-Orlando, WJXT/WCWJ-Jacksonville and WSLS-Roanoke.