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Join us Sunday night with our youngest Advocate, Savio Reyes.
I came across a video produced by Salvio of his experience at the Million Pibble March this past May on youtube and immedietely wanted him as a guest on The Pit Bull Advocate. Call in with your questions and comments!
Phone lines will be open at showtime 347-838-8615
Welcome to SNUFA
Self-avocacates come join us you may sign up as indvisuals or group. Self-avocacy groups come be apart of SNUFA Lets make friends your voice is important let it be heard. Special Needs United Friendship and Advocacy and SNUFA Radio is here for you. Become a member today.
SNUFA We disided to Sponsor the 2015 Self-advocacy Conferece/Advocating Change Togeher. We will be there in 2015
Questions to be asked
1. Staff turn over how does it effect you in your daily life.
2. Do you live on your own or a group home are you happy with the sevices that are prvided to you.
3. Do you feel that individuals treat you with respect.
4. Are you listened to when it comes to your needs and wants.
5. If you were going to ask the President a question or topic what would it be.
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Special Needs United Friendship and Advocacy
Po. Box 28428
Oakdale , MN. 55128
Have you ever wondered if your voice counted for something?
Join host Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with Kimberly Poston Miller, author of the book Living with Juvenile Arthritis: A Parent's Guide and JA Advocate. Tami and Kim will talk about the importance of being an advocate for your cause and the best ways to lend your voice to the cause.
Kim will discuss her time in Washington DC, to advocate for Juvenile Arthritis and other ways she has been advocating since the diagnosis of her children with JA.
Catch up on Kim's book by following her blog here.
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Join us as we discuss TRUTH behind statistics and the target of the youth. Also, introducing YOUNG WORLD along with B from Fathers Advocacy.
Lets questions everything, educate ourselves and teach others.
The ICAA Radio hosts get in depth on autism advocacy on tonight's show. How does apathy affect the community? How can fear hurt meaningful progress? Should the "autism community" unite? Autism news of the week will also be discussed--including the Boycott Autism Speaks movement and the latest in ridiculous "autism treatment" news. Want to be a part of the show? Send us an e--mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org with "ICAA Radio" in the subject line. The ICAA Ra
Congenital Heart Defect (or CHD) Awareness is an extremely important issue. Congenital heart defects (heart defects present at birth) are the #1 Birth Defect. While a commonly reported statistic is 1 in 100 babies are born with a heart defect, that statistic does NOT include the most common CHD – bicuspid aortic valve. In fact, that statistic does NOT include a number of CHDs. That means that more than 1 baby in 100 is born with a CHD. Congenital heart defects also kill more babies than any other birth defect. In the United States there are 40,000 babies born every year with a CHD. There will be one million babies born worldwide with a CHD and 100,000 of them will not live to see their 1st birthday. While these numbers are staggering, there are still many people who are unaware of the fact that babies can be born with CHDs. We must raise awareness to stress the importance of funding research to prevent future generations of children from dying and suffering from this birth defect.
Tonight we have Mr. Mark Brunswick ,Advocacy Associate at Delaware Center for Justice. He's also a skilled communiy organizer who has been working many years in the City of Wilmington, Delaware. He will discuss what's going on in the criminal justice system and what will affect the homeless .
Join The Arc of Luzerne County for a conversation with Savannah Nicole Logsdon-Breakstone. Savannah began advocating at the age of 12, when her mother asked her to sit on a panel for a a state level conference presentation. Advocacy became a true passion for Savannah once she became an adult. Co-morbidly diagnosed GAD, PTSD, and ASD (Asperger’s), she worked in Mental Health advocacy before she connected with the ASD and DD communities.
Other advocacy as well as community involvements have included national and state level organizations and advisories, various county level advisories, and Freelance Advocacy efforts. Savannah is an active member of ASAN (Autistic Self Advocacy Network) and SAU1 (Self Advocates United as 1).
Savannah is also a Freelance Writer and Social Media Specialist. She blogs at Cracked Mirror in Shalott and you can connect with her on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Attorney Fred Kray, co-host Kris Diaz and the rest of the PBLNR crew will discuss with Kelly Shutt Cottrell, Supervisor of Training and Behavior at the Louisiana SPCA, her blog article entitled "Can Animal Advocacy Be Divorced From Animal Behavior?" Ledy VanKavage will appear to talk about the BDL campaigns in Utah and South Dakota. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris "Brown Sugar" Diaz from StopBSL
Deirdre Franklin from Pinups For Pitbulls
Chat with Denice Yeakey
Dog Trainer Yvette Van Veen From Awesome Dogs
Instagram T-shirt giveaway
Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Canine Aggression with Jim Crosby, theDoglawreporter, Awesome Dogs, Pinups for Pitbulls, and Dangerous Dog Law.
eCareDiary will interview Jeff Weinberg, M.Ed, MPH, NHA, Founder of Senior Assistance, a geriatric advocacy agency that helps seniors and their caregivers navigate through the bureaucratic maze and provides creative solutions for seniors and their families when they need it most.
Here on Dream Catchers we are Advocating for changes in the TBI movement right now!!! It is time to do all we can when ever we canand repeatedly do everying possible using systems change Advocacy to fire up and motivate us all right now to destroy the glass ceiling that is holding a giant survivor Nation of Empowerd survivors back!!! We as brain Injury survivors can make this happen! We have the power but we have to beleave and know that we do we do!!!! As brain
More and more, we hear about Recovery Advocacy. But what does that really mean? Why should we care about Recovery Advocacy? What resources are out there? How can people get involved? We get these questions frequently, and as National Recovery Month comes to a close, we wanted to wrap up our experiences from this past month: what we witnessed, what we learned, what resources we found and how we got active. We will also share resources for where you can involved in Recovery A
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