• 00:31

    A Parent's Guide to Advocating for Special Education

    in Family

    Amanda Morin is our guest on this epidsode of The Inclusive Class Podcast. She is with us to talk about ways in which parents can advocate successfully for their child's special education


    Amanda is an education writer and author of two books, the newly-released, The Everything Parent's Guide to Special Education and The Everything Kids' Learning Activities Book.


    In addition to being an author, Amanda works with organizations such as the National Center for Learning Disabilities and Child Mind Institiute. In addition, she has experience as a kindergarten teacher, early intervention specialist and parent trainer with additional training in advocacy and IDEA.


     

  • 01:46

    Advocating for Health Freedom - Forum

    in Health

    Recorded on October 16 at the Eyes Wide Open Center


    Host: Silvia Casabianca


    Leads Jo Ann Vaccarino
    Let's talk about vaccines, GMOs, legalization of pot...
    It's important to be well informed.


    * Health insurance mandate: does it promotes or inhibits health freedom?
    * Do we have more power as voters or as consumers?
    * Can citizens lobby as effectively as can industries?
    * FDA: should be advisory or mandatory?
    * Should all energy healers go for licensure?
    * FDA should it approve vitamines and supplements?
    * Should vaccines be mandatory?


    WHAT DO YOU THINK?


     

  • 00:41

    ​SPECIAL EDUCATION WITH C.E.C.: ADVOCATING FOR STUDENTS

    in Education

    SPECIAL EDUCATION WITH C.E.C.


    WHY C.E.C IS SO IMPORTANT FOR EDUCATORS & STUDENTS


    Danielle Kovach, The Clarissa Hug Teacher of the Year  is our guest .


    Presented by  THE SOCIAL EXPRESS.


    @thesocialexpres  www.thesocialexpress.com

  • 00:54

    Advocating for a Cultural Heritage Site with Margo Lee Williams

    in History

    Margo Lee Williams will share her research and journey to gain designation of the first African American site (Strieby Congregational United Church of Christ), by the Randolph County North Carolina Historical Preservation Commission for Cultural Heritage Sites.


    Margo Lee Williams holds an MA in Sociology and an MA in Religious Education. She developed an interest in genealogy early in life and in the 30+ years since, she has researched and written extensively on her family, including her book: Miles Lassiter (circa 1777-1850), an Early African American Quaker from Lassiter Mill, Randolph County, North Carolina: My Research Journey to Home, for which she won the 2012 Excellence in Publishing Award from the North Carolina Genealogical Society.


    Margo is a well-known lecturer for the Family History Centers of the LDS Church in the Washington, DC area, a former editor of the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, and through her private research company, Personal Prologue, has developed expertise in identifying heirs for intestate probates. She is currently a National Veterans’ Service Officer with Vietnam Veterans of America. 

  • 00:31

    Who is Driving Your Career: Advocating For Yourself

    in Women

    Who is Driving Your Career: Advocating For Yourself In The Workplace with host Samantha Ettus and featured guest Darlene Templeton
    Join us May 22nd 1:00pm est as host Samantha Ettus and featured guest Darlene Templeton team up for our new radio show. This month's broadcast is designed to give you the tools you need to be your own office advocate. As a bestselling author and the host of Working Moms Lifestyle, Samantha has helped hundreds of women champion themselves in the workplace. Darlene, who has likewise helped countless women through her individual, group, and executive coaching will share her tips for: 
    clarifying your goals leveraging your support network   communicating your value at the workplace.  These are ‘Office Hours’ you can’t afford to miss.
     
     

  • 01:00

    Life's Issues with Host Lloyd Rosen

    in Self Help

    Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Robert Tremblay & Maxwell Ivey:


    Robert Tremblay has been a Management Trainer nationally for 18 years before being diagnosed terminal and surviving after a near death experience that changed my life. Prior I was in Law Enforcement with my last position being named "the youngest chief of police in the country." I left Law Enforcement after various injuries and disillusionment after arresting the entire board of selectman and road agent in my town for conspiracy. Prior to this I was a decorated US Army Veteran. I have been a national Trainer and accredited speaker in sales management and spent many years traveling the country teaching. After my experience I have set a course on writing a book due out in the spring of 15 called "Twenty Seconds". I plan on advocating for my disease and starting a foundation to give back to various charities that assited me during my illness.


    Maxwell Ivey a 48 year old totally blind gentleman who grew up in a family of carnival owners. All I ever wanted to do was to continue in my father’s and grandfather’s footsteps and be part of the family business. As you can tell by reading this that isn’t where I ended up. I did help in the business over the years, but couldn’t sustain it after the early death of my father from lung cancer. I then turned to helping people sell their amusement equipment. I do that on my other site the midway marketplace.

  • 00:32

    e-Patients Live Longer

    in Health

    Dr. Nancy Finn has written a sequel to her book, ePatients Live Longer.  Joyce and Mike speak with her about the new edition, and what she has learned since the writing of her earlier book.  How does it help a patient to do some research, get engaged, and advocate for him or herself?


    See Nancy's website at http://healthcarebasicsinfo.com/

  • 00:42

    Stand And Deliver: Calling All Teachers! Part 1. For An Update Report

    in Self Help

    Calling All Teachers For An Update Report on the Foreclosure Housing Situation. Teachers pleas join us for a session the latest news.


    Some of the teachers have been out on the front line simply holding the line down. This segment concerns it self with some very important breaking news. You don't want to miss it! Our guess will be advocating for those who need housing assistant. So, do drop by to put your two cent in.

  • 02:33

    Lulabee talks about the Chicago Urban League Advocating.

    in Current Events

    Join Lulabee and her Co-Host  Mr "#MarkSaidIt!" as they break it down about whats really going on. They welcome any one to call in and share your opinion.
    For 96 years, the Chicago Urban League has been a leader in building strong sustainable African American communities and creating opportunities with the power to transform people's lives. Is this still true or have things changed?
    At the Chicago Urban League they believe that a strong African American community makes a stronger Chicago. For nearly a century, the Urban League—through unique community, corporate and civic relationships,—has helped people find jobs, affordable housing, educational opportunities, and grow businesses. We are passionate advocates for educational equality, economic development and social justice.
    Are they still advocating on behalf of African Americans ?
     

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 980

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Annie O'Sullivan from Oregon, a returning NAASCA family member, child abuse survivor, author and advocate for adult survivors of child sexual abuse. Annie says she's, ".. advocating for adults who have survived childhoods of sexual abuse, be it violent or not, [and] have a need to be validated, recognized and heard. How frustrating to have lived a life so colored by abuse that one is not allowed to discuss it in polite company. How sad to be careful not to offend someone with who you really are, when the truly offensive individual is likely lurking around happily." Her book, "Can You Hear Me Now?" is a collection of short stories built around art therapy, old photos, and the memories of a child. It drops you into the mind of the child as she tells her shocking story from a very different and important point of view; hers. The reader is taken on an intimate life journey through the eyes of this child’s confusion, misunderstanding, will to persevere, and seek goodness in the world. It’s the true story of careening through Annie's life with her dysfunctional family as she experiences violence and abuse without a compass, to ultimately, against all odds, prosper. It is also the story of the toll taken 50 years later on the body, caused by mental and physical abuse. This is not your typical survivor story. You won't be able to put it down. “Can You Hear Me Now” is the voice of a child you as you have never heard it before.

  • 00:40

    Advocating for Your Children’s Health

    in Family

    This week on Mom Talk Radio, we are joined by Elizabeth Pantley, author, parenting educator and president of Better Beginnings, Inc, shares tips for helping your kids sleep. Spotlight on Moms features Melissa Peterson of LakeCountryFamilyFun.com. Dr. Aimee Shunney, psychologist and Nordic Naturals spokesperson, talks emotional health. Chrissie Denniston, educator, children’s game designer and mom of 2, shares information about Rosetta Stone’s new Kids Lingo Letter Sounds app. Amy McCready, parenting expert and TODAY show contributor, shares tips for advocating for your children’s health.

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