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‘ Life is a Sacred Journey ’ is on the rise. Don’t get left behind!
This week's topic is ' The Benefits of Technology For Seniors.' The show airs on Thursday, October 17 at 5 PM.
Our two guests are Linda Simpson and Valerie Steinmetz. Linda Simpson works with It’s Never Too Late, a company that has been highlighted by the Wall Street Journal, Fox News, National Public Radio and other smaller media outlets. Described as; "Innovative, today — tomorrow, it will be demanded."
Valerie Steinmetz is with the Center for Technology and Aging whose mission to improve the independence of older adults dealing with chronic health care issues by promoting the adaption and diffusion of beneficial technologies.
Micheal Pope is the Executive Director and CEO of ASEB (Alzheimer Services of the East Bay). She has worked with seniors for 20 years following the philosophy that aging is simply part of our life’s journey. The sacredness of this journey will be the topic of the broadcast, and should stimulate a lively discussion.
Ms. Pope’s first guests will include:
Frances Kakugawa--former caregiver for her mother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. She is a poet and author of 7 books, including the popular series of children’s books featuring Wordsworth, a mouse with memory loss who writes poetry.
Lydia Missaelides--Executive Director of California Association for Adult Day Services (CAADS), which supports the development of adult day services as an alternative to institutional care. Governed by an 18-member Board of Directors, CAADS is a membership-based association supported by dues, grants, and educational activities.
Frederik Verbogen--Former international ASEB intern from the Collabriv organization. Frederik grew up in a town close to Bruges (a dementia-friendly community in Belgium) and he will share insight based on this experience.
Tune in to 'Life is a Sacred Journey' next Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 05:00 pm. Micheal Pope's guests will be Sheri Hartman and Lauren Eppinger, who will be discussing their new roles as navigators for ASEB’s Family Support Program. ASEB’s Family Support Program offers a comprehensive “care management” resource to help families devise a long-term care plan tailored to meet the personal needs of their families.
Sheri Hartman has been in practice as a geriatric social worker, consultant, counselor and care manager for over 15 years. Having obtained an undergraduate degree in Women’s Studies from San Francisco State University, Sheri received a Masters in Social Work (MSW) from California State University, Fresno, in 1990 with an emphasis on clinical practice. She became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in California in 1995. Sheri has worked with such varied organizations as the Institute on Aging in San Francisco, Senior Alternatives in Oakland and Jewish Family and Children’s Services of the East Bay in Berkeley.
Lauren Eppinger earned her bachelor’s degree from University of Colorado and her MSW from University of Denver. Lauren is an LCSW in the sate of California. Lauren started her post-graduate career over ten years ago at Alzheimer’s Services of the East Bay (ASEB) in Berkeley. Lauren served as ASEB’s Social Worker and Program Director for ASEB’s Berkeley Adult Day Health Care center. Lauren has worked as Medical Social Worker at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center and as a Care Manager for Santa Cruz County’s Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP). Lauren is proud of her role in social work, whose core values include social justice, integrity, dignity, and worth of the person.
Micheal’s guest this week will be Susie Wilson, who will be discussing “Aging & Sexuality”.
Susie Wilson is a state and national leader in the fight for effective sexuality/family life education and prevention of adolescent pregnancy, Susie planned and managed the operations of a resource, advocacy and technical assistance organization committed to improving sexuality education programs in public schools and community agencies. She served for 23 years as the executive coordinator of the Network for Family Life Education (since renamed Answer) at Rutgers University’s Center for Applied and Professional Psychology.
Tune in to 'Life is a Sacred Journey' this Thursday at 05:00 pm! Micheal Pope and her guests celebrate National Grandparents Day!
This week’s guests will be Marion DePuit who is grandmother of five girls age 5 to 10 years old. She is an accomplished health professional who is providing health education to patients and novice nurses at bedside, in the classroom, hospital, community, and in formal academic settings. Her primary professional work for the last sixteen years has focused on educating and mentoring faith community nurses, and lay leaders in health ministry in faith communities in the San Francisco Bay area.
Dora Rivers will be the second guest on Thursday’s show. Dora Rivers has been working with ASEB for several years and she is also grandmother.
The third guest will be Jacob Schonfield. Mr. Schonfield was born in London. He grew up in a Jewish household and attended a Jewish Day School started by his father. In 1947 at the age of 20 he moved to the United States through a scholarship to study at the Yeshiva College in New York. He graduated with a BA major in Psychology. Today, he is the proud grandfather of two beautiful grandchildren; Rabecca and Theo. his son will be getting married this next Saturday.
This show also will be dedicated to Desiree Rene Owens, who died peacefully surrounded by family and friends who loved her, and her spouse and soul mate, Leslie Ross, on August 18, 2013 at 12:50am. Desi worked in a variety of settings including community mental health centers, a range of long-term care settings, adult day health care programs, community health clinics, and academic settings. Her select areas of interest included: aging and the arts, Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, caregiving, death and dying, healthcare among underserved communities, long-term care, and mental health issues.
Tune in to 'Life is a Sacred Journey’ on October 3, 2013 Thursday at 05:00 pm! Micheal Pope's guest will be Assembly Woman Nancy Skinner.
Assembly Woman Nancy Skinner, who was elected to the Assembly in 2008, represents The 15 Assembly District incorporating the East Bay communities that stretch along the I-80 corridor from Hercules to Oakland. Assembly member Skinner serves as Chair of the Assembly Budget Committee, where she presides over the Assembly's annual budget process that determines the expenditures of the state for the upcoming fiscal year. Skinner formerly served as Chair of the Assembly Rules Committee and Chair of the Assembly Natural Resources Committee.
Filmmaker Ronna Prince goes Online With Andrea to discuss her documentary film Sacred Journey of the Heart - that traces the role of the heart in connecting us to our higher selves, our spiritual essence, each other and the planet. Hosted by Andrea R.Garrison.
Produced by filmmaker Ronna Prince, Sacred Journey of the Heart is a ground-breaking, highly acclaimed film, revealing how modern science is converging with ancient spiritual traditions to create the shift we’ve all been waiting for. This new documentary features bestselling authors, indigenous elders, scientists, and spiritual leaders. Revealing the science and spirit of our connection and the healing power of the heart this film investigates the healing power of the heart proposes that we are in the midst of creating the biggest shift of consciousness of all times: heart-based living. Call in and speak with our guest (347) 637-2532.
Have you ever started on a journey to a specific destination only to end up somewhere completely different? Watch the trailer now. As writer-producer Ronna Prince began filming, she had no intention of sharing her long buried secrets. But by courageously revealing her childhood abuse, the film evolved into a compelling documentary about healing, forgiveness and transformation. More than just a compilation of facts, this film contains step-by-step suggestions on how to live fully in the heart. Ronna brings together a stellar cast of leading scientists, teachers and indigenous elders from around the world to present the primary message of the film: We are all connected through the human heart. The heart truly creates a unified field among people AND connects us with the harmonic field of earth itself. Visit www.HelloDrCJ.com for more.
Go to WER-FM (ProsperandGrow.org) for the full song Ronna wrote for the film as well as the taped show!
I am doing this exclusive interview because Ronna and her agent, Jackie, inspired me.
Ronna Prince on her Powerful and Breakthrough Film "Sacred Journey of the Heart"
Come listen in to me and Ronna talk about her new film and what inspired her to have this film made.
SACRED JOURNEY OF THE HEART A Feature Film on the Science and Spirit of Our Connection! P r e s s K i t www.sacredjourneyoftheheart.com New Documentary Featuring Bestselling Authors, Indigenous Elders, Scientists, and Spiritual Leaders Reveals the Science and Spirit of Our Connection and the Healing Power of the Heart. An inspiring, new documentary, produced by filmmaker Ronna Prince, investigates the healing power of the heart and proposes that we are in the midst of creating the biggest shift of consciousness of all times: heart-based living. Sacred Journey of the Heart is a ground-breaking film revealing how modern science is converging with ancient spiritual traditions to create the shift we’ve all been waiting for.
Fire is an archetypal image. It conjours up images of destruction as well as creation. It's associated with the burning ground that, we're told, we must pass through, if we are to pass through the eye of the needle and enter the Kingdom of Heaven.
But what is fire and how is it associated with devas? What has it got to do with the intuition?
The key is cycles, or rhythm and ritual. Listen to Episode 9 of Sacred Nature on 3 November to join in this exploration and discussion.
I look forward to your company.
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From 9am-10am pacific, its Ronna Prince on her movie Sacred Journey of the Heart; then a special monthly Q& A with Sonya Rechnitzer from 10-10:30 pacific.
The heart is the single organ that not only creates a unified field among all people, but also creates a harmonic field with the earth itself. Ronna Prince’s film, "Sacred Journey of the Heart", explores how modern science is proving what ancient peoples have known all along: we are all connected - and that connection is the human heart. She has gone to such luminaries and bestselling authors as Greg Braden, Joe Dispenza, Mary Morrissey, Colin Tipping, Sarah McLean, plus Dr. Rollin McCraty and Dr. Deborah Rozman of HeartMath, along with an array of other spiritual leaders, indigenous elders, and scientists, to bring together science and spirituality, helping us to know all there is to know about our very own heart.
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