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Everyday across the United States stories are breaking about horrible acts committed on children yet bad parents are allowed to get away with abuse until something that catches the news happens. Laws are not nearly tough enough and children's services focus more on good parents then bad. More needs to be done to protect innocent kids from being victims join us tomorrow night when we talk about i
Many elderly adults are abused in their own homes, in relatives’ homes, and even in facilities responsible for their care. If you suspect that an elderly person is at risk from a neglectful or overwhelmed caregiver, or being preyed upon financially, it’s important to speak up. Join us as we discuss the warning signs of elder abuse, the risk factors, and how you can prevent and report the problem.
April is Child Abuse and Neglict Awareness Month. Every single day hundreds of local children locally and tens of thousands nationally face the ugly face of abuse and/or neglect.
What cause this madness and what is being done to protect our children. The answers are just as frightening. Join me "In the Pickle Barrel" at 7-8:30AM EST , Monday, April 7th and let's take a look this issue.
Each and everyday we will try to find a way to get out of the pickle barrel we have all found ourselves sharing.
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THOR & Family will tackle yet another issue relating to the Family Structure and that is "Child Abuse and Neglect. Is it a crime to discipline our children? Can the corporate state and federal government interfere with disciplinary actions of parents? Do your kids belong to you or the state? What is child abuse? What type of discipline is needed for our children? Why are Sport figures under so much scrutiny for their personal behavior.? Are the so called laws dictating how we rear our children enforceable against the parents? Are schools partly to blame for the attack on parenting? Are the law enforcement community able to abuse, beat, and even kill our children, adults, but we cant discipline our children? We now have law enforcement dressed in paramilitary gear policing our schools under the guise of protecting our children.
Are they there to intimidate our children, even run a school to prison program? Is the public school system what is was years ago? Are there laws being inacted that will allow RFID chips to be put in our children under the guise of child safety. Are school teachers becoming state and government spies who reports what they deem as abuse or other concerns to authorities and "privately run" child protective services? Who are they Child Protective Service Agencies, are they government, or state agencies, or are they private run corporations for profit involved in a form of "human trafficking"? Lets put the facts on the table people. What is the THOR-ality (reality) of private run corporations controlling our lives.
We will look into the issues and more this Friday 11:00 am EST. This is a issue that attacks the family structure and needs addressing. Greg Doss will be a guest on the show and will be interviewed.
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Tonight's special guests are Rush L Russell, Director & Christine Citero from New Brunswick, NJ, representing "Prevent Child Abuse - New Jersey." Their mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect in all forms, for all New Jersey children. Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey is the only statewide non-profit dedicated to preventing child abuse and neglect in all forms, for all New Jersey children. Rush L. Russell has served as the Executive Director of Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey (PCANJ) since July 2009. Prior to coming to PCANJ, he served as Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University. He was also the founder and President of Children’s Futures, a comprehensive effort to improve early childhood health and development for all children in Trenton, New Jersey. Christine Citera currently serves as the Community Education Coordinator for Prevent Child Abuse New Jersey (PCANJ). She has extensive experience volunteering and working with various non-profit organizations. She is a certified Enough Abuse National trainer, specializing in the prevention of child sexual abuse and a certified Period of PURPLE Crying National trainer, specializing in the prevention of shaken baby syndrome/abusive head trauma. Christine has coordinated several primary prevention events throughout the state to raise awareness about child abuse and neglect. Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pcanj
George Dahmer was better known to his fans as “Chief White Owl” one of the original wrestlers for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). George began his career in the 50‘s and continued long into the 70‘s with the Federation, as one of their most popular and loved celebrity wrestlers. He finished his career in the early 80‘s.
In later years George developed senile dementia and was eventually admitted to Columbia Hospital for evaluation. George was 72 years old.
At the time of admittance to Lake Worth Manor, George was fully able to walk, talk, feed himself and take care of other personal needs.
After several weeks in the home, George’s upper denture was missing, along with his shoes, clothes and other belongings. The staff responded by putting someone else’s shoes on George, two sizes too small, causing blistering on his feet.
George was chemically restrained with off-label drugs which are prohibited for use on the elderly.
George's stay in Lake Worth Manor was 63 days. George was severely neglected at Lake Worth Manor. Florida Department of Children and Families -Elder Abuse was notified and so was the Ombudsman. Lake Worth was charged with Negligence and fined $5,000.00.
George lost all residents rights as a result of the complaint and as a form of retaliation for the complaint.
On April 30, 2008 George was transferred by ambulance to Heartland of Boynton Beach, Florida. The Staff cleaned him up and then reported the horrific news- dehydration, malnutrition, lost 32 pounds in 8 weeks, decubitus ulcers on both heels of his feet and tailbone; stage 4. Both rotary caps turned in both shoulders.
George Dahmer passed away at 3:16 pm on May 23,2008.
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Tonight's special guest is Mary E Graziano from Hamilton, Ontario, a child abuse survivor and member of the NAASCA family. Mary is Assistant Director at Abuse Survivors and Victims United, where she's been pairing up her poetry with the work of artist Michal Madison. She describes herself as an independent advocate for child abuse. She's very active in sometimes "secret" groups on Facebook and a member of Protecting Canadian Children and a member and volunteered at Butterfly Dreams Abuse and Recovery. Ms Graziano is a writer / poet / blogger, writing poetry about child abuse and trying to transmit the message that child abuse is wrong, stressing that we as adults need to be the voices for those who can't speak, the abused and traumatized child-victims. Her BLOG (http://www.nippercats.blogspot.com) is about her own child abuse. She says, "I started writing back in 2008, but now as a survivor I write about children in general." Mary works in an elementary school, assisting in the classroom with a teacher, and is an Educational Assistant for children with special needs. Mary writes, "Helping them do their work, teaching them skills they will need later in life. I have been doing this job for 25 years." and this is showing up as a new job, sorry about that everyone.
Richard A. Spomer Abuse & Neglect Specialist- United States of America
Lead and organized Western Colarado Mental Health
Initiated breakout sessions on developmental disabilities, mobility impairments and brain injury as part of Handicap Awareness Day at CSU
Wrote article on Brain Injury for publication of NASW Colorado Chapter Newsletter
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Education is something NO one can ever take away from anyone along with the power associated there with; However there are people with whom Abuse & Neglect the powers that are associated with education which they had received. I believe in Justice even for those whom are corrupt; Abused & Neglected by those whom are supposed to protect and serve as peace officers, Lawyers, and even Judges... "The way a person walks in life; makes more noise than ever can or will be said."
Sometimes the memories are too much to hold inside. Sometimes the pain just gets too big. Medicating our pain as survivors of child sexual abuse is one way to survive.
But as long as we are addicted, we will never thrive. Addiction kills relationships, careers, healing and spiritual growth. Addiction takes the life out of us and returns the destruction of all we hold dear in exchange for killing the pain.
David Pittman, director of Together We Heal, knows both the pain of abuse AND the pain of addiction. And now he knows the joy of helping others get free from both. Join David and Misa as they bring hope for healing from addiction and child abuse.
Learn more about Together We Heal- http://together-we-heal.org/
Learn more about Misa Leonessa and her services- http://misacoach.com
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Tonight's special guest is Brittney Bray, a returning NAASCA family member from New Jersey. A survivor of child abuse who was removed from her family as a teen, she was eventually able to take advantage of the CASA SHaW facility in Somerset, Hunterdon and Warren Counties, and is now enjoying life in recovery. At the age of 15 she was taken away from her family due to her parents' drug abuse and her father's physical abuse towards her. She experienced about 8 different placements from the age of 15 till the age of 16. She was involved with many organizations, including the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). At the age of 17 she had her first child. At 18 she married the baby's father and became independent. After her son was born, she was faced with opposition from the child welfare system which did not believe she could succeed as a mother. CASA SHaW was there to support and defend her, helping her to retain custody of her baby. Brittney says, "I have tried to make the best from my difficult past. I am thankful to CASA for continuing to be supportive to me. Today I am 23, I live in my own home, I have 2 healthy and happy children, and I have been happily married for 5 years. I work, and I am planning to go back to school. My parents are in my life, and the relationship I have with them is stronger than ever now. We've all made it to the other side of a bad time."
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