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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.
Join me in a conversation with Author and Advocate for Fertility Miriam Zoll. We will discuss her book Cracked Open and educate you about for fertility options.
Cracked Open takes an unvarnished look at the netherworld of assisted reproduction and its sometimes joyous outcomes but, more often, its attendant agonies, failures and resulting emotional traumas.
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 ?
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.
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
According to the National Military Family Association, "children of the National Guard and Reserve members face unique challenges since there are no military installations for them to utilize." Our Military Kids, Inc. pays special attention to those children, advocating to ensure stability and success in their lives. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is focused on children of deployed National Guard and Reserve service members, as well as children of Wounded and Fallen Warriors from all branches of service.
Linda Davidson and Gail Kruzel founded Our Military Kids in 2004 out of concern for school-age children of Reserve and National Guard members and the lack of family support services. With the sacrifice of being apart for months at a time, they observed families so financially stretched that they couldn't afford fees for sports, fine arts, and tutoring.
Filled with compassion, Linda and Gail laid the groundwork to obtain grants to pay the associated fees to help relieve separation stress and improve emotional stability, while building self-esteem and enabling academic achievement. Grants from Our Military Kids are made possible by generous contributions from corporations, charitable foundations, and individuals. The hard work and commitment of volunteers is the backbone of the non-profit, translating into more grant money available to children of deployed National Guardsmen and Reservists, as well as Wounded Warriors. With a Charity Navigator score of 100 for accountability and transparency, mass media interest is no surprise.
The exemplary work of Our Military Kids has been featured in Huffington Post Impact, Stars and Stripes, New York Post, Parade Magazine, Washington Post, Fox and Friends, ABC News, and countless others. Join us to peruse their 10-year history of going above and beyond for Our Military Kids.
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Pam Cope shares the journey that led her to rescuing and advocating for exploited children.
After experiencing the tragic loss of her teenage son Jantsen, Pam Cope shares the story of her healing journey that led her to a life of rescuing and advocating for exploited children in Vietnam, Cambodia and Ghana. She will share some of the heart touching stories of the children who were rescued from slavery in the fishing communities along Ghana’s Lake Volta and how they are using therapeutic art programs to bring healing and hope to the children in their care. She will share how we can all be a part of creating positive change in this world through awareness and advocacy.
Pam Cope and her husband Randy are co-founder’s of the Touch A Life Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Dallas, TX, devoted to rescuing and advocating for exploited children. The Foundation has initially focused its work in three countries – Vietnam, Cambodia, and Ghana. Touch A Life has successfully rescued 93 children from slavery in the fishing communities along Ghana’s Lake Volta. The most exciting new development is the completed care facility in Kumasi, Ghana. The new center offers therapeutic art programs and is currently a home for 50 children. Pam is the author of Jantsen’s Gift, with co-author Aimee Molloy, a memoir of Pam’s life and the work of the Foundation. Jantsen’s Gift has been published in three foreign markets, Italy, China and Turkey. http://www.touchalifekids.org
Shane Krauser, the host of Liberty Storm, takes on the critical issues of the day and tells you what the rule of law, liberty, and our Constitution has to say about it all. Shane talked about the following issues:
1. Lou Marin and Loren Enns of IAmAmerican.org and the Balanced Budget Amendment Task Force are both advocating a state-initiated Article V Convention to amend the Constitution. What are the advantages and disadvantages? Is it a viable option?
2. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) argues that the Democratic effort to amend the Constitution so Congress can impose limits on political spending by companies is really about “restoring freedom of speech for everyone in America.” What was the original intent of the First Amendment anyways?
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Sherry interviews Michelle King Robson - Founder of EmpowHER and MK Media LLCounder of EmpowHER and MKR Media LLC
Michelle King Robson (pronounced ROBE-SON) got sick after an unnecessary hysterectomy that led her to create EmpowHER. As founder of the company, Michelle’s mission is to make sure women are educated, have support and are empowered to lead healthy and happy lives. Since establishing EmpowHER.com, Michelle has become a nationally-recognized women's health and wellness advocate.
In EmpowHER, Michelle has built a company that inspires and empowers women to live healthier and happy lives by connecting them with a community of experts, doctors and people like them who provide reliable health and wellness information, inspiring stories and answers to real health questions with a 24-hour promised response time.
Michelle’s goal is to ensure that all people have access to leading health information and spends her time speaking before women's groups, health care organizations, political leaders, regulatory bodies and the media about women's health and the importance of women advocating for themselves and their loved ones.
Michelle currently serves as an Advisory Council member for the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, on the California Women's Conference Advisory Board and is also finishing writing a book around her experience and passion for helping women improve and change their lives.
You can find out more about Michelle and what she is up to at http://EmpowHER.com