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As you navigate through the health care continuum you may have run across a Senior Behavioral Health Unit sometimes referred to as Gero Psych. This important piece to the Senior Health Care Continuum can sometimes strike fear and confusion in you or your loved one because of the stigma attached to mental health.
Gary Bush from Metro South Medical Center in Blue Island, Illinois, will join host Tami Neumann to help break through the stigma and ease your fears of how this important part of the continuum can help our seniors over 65 find holistic wellness.
Tami and Gary will cover topics such as when is it appropriate for someone to be admitted to a Senior Behavioral Health Unit and the many benefits associated with this type of placement.
Learn More about Metro South Medical Center:
www.metrosouthmedicalcenter.com Metro South Medical Center - Senior Behavioral Health Unit (708) 824-4474
DO GENETICS CAUSE DISABILITIES? IF YOU HAVE AN ILLNESS, DOES IT SERVE YOU TO GO BACK TO GENETICS TO LOOK FOR THE CAUSE OF THE ILLNESS? THIS IS A FASCINATING SUBJECT! WE WILL TALK ABOUT ABRAHAM'S TAKE ON THE SUBJECT AT 11, FAVORITE LISTENERS! LOVE, LINNY
Behavioral health is one of the hottest topics in Medicaid today. Join host Richard Yadon as he explores the developments, innovations, and challenges of this issue. Our guests include: Danis Russell, CEO, Genesee County Community Mental Health Sheila Putnam, Director Medicaid Care Management, Priority Health
Amanda Williams is a wife, mom, hairstylist, advocate for their son, Jayden, who has Angelman Syndrome, and resident of Ponchatoula, LA.
http://www.angelman.org Angleman Syndrome Foundation, Inc.
http://cureangelman.org Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics
http://angelmanbehaviors.org Angelman Syndrome Foundation
Matthew Kelleher, Chief Commercial Director, RedEye, talks to Kelly Hushin, Editor, The eTail Blog, about how to create successful behavioral email. RedEye is an email marketing provider that collects data on real-world, individual consumer behavior. Redeye then feeds that data into an integrated database with the ultimate goal of delivering what the company calls behavioral email. The highly focused data, when applied to targeted, automatic behavioral email campaigns, can achieve a 20 percent conversion rate on average.
Hear Matthew talk about how RedEye does it and how it can increase email conversion rates by 20 percent.
Our discussion will continue to focus on recent data concerning how youth and their families in our community address mental and behavioral health issues. We will look at current initiatives as well as community based consequences when mental and behavioral health issues are not proactively considered.
Please call in to provide insight or personal experience on today's topic.
This week the St. Christopher’s Inn Recovery Radio Podcast focuses on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT is considered a “Best Practice” in the field of addictions, and Laurel McCullagh, Director of Nursing and Admissions at SCI inteviews David Gerber about the uses of CBT at St. Christopher’s Inn. David breaks down the model in an understandable way, and helps demonstrate not only how it is used at SCI, but it’s applications for the general population. Yes, you too can be less miserable, and more happy!
The Cost of Ignoring Mental and Behavioral Health Issues II. This episode will continue the discussion of who is responsible for providing behavioral and mental health services to those in our community who have the greatest need. We will talk about the involvement of schools and community based organizations in providing services for youth and their families. You are invited to weigh-in on the topic and pose questions for our panel.
Dr. Rick Forbus and Coach Elliott Robinson, JD are joined by Dr. Ron Young to discuss the power of behavioral assessments in pre-employment hiring and employee retention.
In this episode, they explore the scienece behind assessments, the cost of a bad hire, the increased use of assessments and the behavioral assessment tools offered by Pairin, Birkman, Hogan and Myers-Briggs. A must show for corporate leaders and human resources managers.
Thursday May 23, 2013 @ 1 pm (CST) Healthy Mind and Body Radio with Chef Sean Jett and Michael Harris, PhD present: The Four Levels of Competency in Any Habit or Behavioral Change Every year people make New Year’s resolutions and about 8% of actually succeed, which is a far better percentage than those who do not make any resolutions at all. (view statistics - http://www.statisticbrain.com/new-years-resolution-statistics/)
Are you one of those makes resolutions? Did you make one for this year? Well, it’s almost June and I’m kind of wondering how you’re doing and what The Chef and I can do to make it better?
What’s that you say? The four levels of competency. SCORE!!! That’s exactly what we’re going to discuss.
No, I’m not you’re going to have to listen to the show on Thursday or on the podcast To ask The Chef or me a question call - (818) 668-5406 email us