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Today on Community Voices with Carly Alyssa Thorne we have Janet Wagner and today's topic is Advocating for our Children.
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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.
eCareDiary's caregiving expert, Margery Pabst will speak to Dr. Jeffrey Levine, geriatrician at Mt. Sinai Hospital and photographer about ageism and opportunities for caregivers to change perceptions towards older loved adults.
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.
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.
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 ?
He started his career as a psychologist with an expertise in learning problems and ADD/ADHD. After attending The Wharton School, he transferred his skills and assumed roles in business development and leadership in mostly early stage startups. Over time, Dr. Hart developed a strong ability to understand future trends and communicate that vision in ways that motivates others and creates value.
In tune with the explosion of online learning, Dr. Hart is now developing webinars for parents of children with learning problems (dyslexia and AD/HD) as well as professional development courses for teachers and administrators. HIs initial focus is simplifying neuroscience and explaining its impact on literacy development.
THE LITERACY CHASM
The massive disconnect between the science of reading instruction and how reading is actually taught has led to untold suffering by our children. It is senseless and unnecessary. Dr. Michael Hart’s mission is to help you effectively advocate for your children and get them the support they need
This broadcast was originally broadcast on Nov. 17th, 2013
Research has proven time and time again the power of parental involvement and my accomplishments reflect what is possible with this support, hence the focus of this radio show...From Head Start to Harvard! I will interview my colleague, Stella Edwards, chairperson of the Legislative Committee for the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA), who will share her perspective on how parents, educators and community members can collaboratively advocate to make every child's potential a reality.
She advocates and gives a voice to those that often do not share their story, in her blog The MIssing Niche.
Join host Tami Neumann as she sits down in conversation with Karen Solomon the creator and mastermind behind The MIssing Niche.
Each week she talks to awesome, strong and dedicated individuals that have a story to share and as she says in a recent blog post the biggest payment she receives for writing her blog is that she has given many a voice and honors them as person of the week. Ok, she is a little bit of an egomaniac and loves to watch how many people visit her blog. So right now would be a great time to visit her blog to learn more about what she does.
Mollyn Duwelee Jarbo is a student at Wilmington University with a degree in Behavior science and child advocacy. As the reigning Miss Liberia USA, her platform is self-empowerment: mentoring children who are the future stars of Africa; by advocating and teaching the importance of being Self-Educated, Self-Motivated and having Self-Confidence which she believe are the keys to success. She believe in order to rebuild Liberia we must first start mentoring the Youth of Liberia, because they are the future of the country. She has already join the fight for advocating for the youth and also being part of the rebuilding process of Liberia by starting her own non-profit organization Rise for Africa Inc., non-profit organization which primary goal is to provide aid to abuse, underprivileged , and orphans in Africa, starting with the Republic of Liberia.
Her reign as Miss Liberia USA has been filled with Adventures. From having meetings with ambassadors, mayors and government officials to helping raise money for Various nonprofit organization who focus are on rebuilding Liberia. There was never a dull moment as Miss Liberia USA. She spend her year advocating for Self-Empowerment, and speaking to the youth about the importance of not letting society, life Obstacles and their short coming in life stop them from excelling.
She's been raising money, for scholarship funds for the youth in Liberia, also sending school supplies and every day basic needs to Liberia. These days I'm focus on my nonprofit "Rise for Africa" and lunching her Campaign" "Operation save the children, save the future of Liberia". She will also be representing Liberia at the Miss Africa USA Pageant. which is working hard to bring the title Miss Africa USA and the crown to Liberia.
This week we'll be talking to Ruth Johnson, Assistant Director at Transportation Riders United(TRU). TRU is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving and bettering public transportation in the Detroit area. We'll talk with Ms. Johnson about the state of public transportation and mass transit in Detroit, and what's being done, as well as what can be done to improve transportation in the area.
Talking about how DDOT and SMART are operating within the city. From the drivers to the management who are in charge of these service. We'll talk with her about TRU and their mission to advocating for improved transportation in Detroit. With the hope that we can spread the message outward to other communties around the country.
And we'll stress the importance voting "Yes" on the SMART milage vote, on the Aug. 5 ballot.
Join us for an in depth discussion. This week. "On-Air"
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