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Separation and Divorce is complicated and our experts know change isn’t always easy. CL3 Agency's Life After Divorce program has joined forces with a variety of experts to help people cope with all the emotions, phases and transitions in one's personal and professional development that comes with adjustments related to divorce. The program supports men, women, teen parents, adolescents and youth, those going through mid-life crisis and dealing with infidelity.
Featured CL3 Community Partner is Lisa LaBelle, Co-Founder of Divorce Support Center, a non-profit online resource center that gives families hope that not only can you have hope after divorce, but you can have a strong emotional and financial foundation for your children. The center features one of their experts on the show. www.divorcesupportcenter.com.
Today's Guest: Michele Sfakianos, RN, BSN helps parents and teens to navigate the obstacles that teens face today; step families in areas related finances, living arrangements, holidays, grandparent responsibilities, and legal ramifications as well as about the basic life skills that are not always taught in school or at home. Read more.
Buddy Ann Ross developed a passion for holistic health, after her own immune system deteriorated from burn out while working in the emergency department in the mid 1990’s. She learned that with a natural holistic integrative approach, her immune system was able to completely recover from lack of self-care.
Buddy co-founded MetroHealth’s Integrated Therapies Committee and Hands-to-Heart Reiki Clinic and started her own nurse consultation business entitled Holistic Wellness Buddy LLC.
Working with T1D teen. Natalie and Jim from CWD.
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Natalie Bellini, BSN, RN, CDE, has had type 1 diabetes since she was a young child. Within a year of finishing nursing school, she started to care for people with diabetes, focusing first on diabetes in pregnancy then pediatrics and insulin requiring adults. She has worked on the medical side of camps for children and teens in Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania. She has spoken nationally and internationally as an expert in both working with teens and their parents with diabetes as well as infusion set choice, usage and maintenance. Her fundamental goal when developing the teenage curriculum for Children with Diabetes conferences is that each and every teen that attends finds a passion in life and pursues it.
Jim Vail was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1986 at age 19 while he was a sophomore at the State University of New York at Fredonia. Jim graduated with a degree in Media Communications and was a producer for CNBC Business news in Washington, D.C., for 9 years all the while wrestling with the unpredictability of short and intermediate acting insulin. After finally going on a pump in October of 2001 and 'getting his life back,' Jim began volunteering at CWD in the teen program where he quickly became one of the Program Coordinators. He's worn, tested or personally used virtually every product represented in the Exhibit Hall. Jim has recently accepted the position of Director of Development and Communications for CWD.
Theresa Williams, COO and Partner, Around the Clock Home Health Care Services
Around the Clock assist elderly individuals with illnesses and disabilities with activities of daily living to allow them to remain at home with dignity, self-esteem and maintain their level of independent living versus being in a nursing home.
Around the Clock Home Health Care Services was created in 1997 by Theresa Williams, BS, BSN, RN and M. Patricia McKinley MBA to address health and socio-economic issues affecting the aging population and provide services that have a qualitative effect on their lives. We are have invested in the community through construction of a 2 story office complex which will allow us expand our services and create jobs.
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Sabrina Franklin is a Public Health Nurse with 12+ years of nursing experience. She has received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Phoenix and is currently completing her Masters in Public Health/Healthcare Administration at National University.
Her passion and interest is in health education. Sabrina is a fierce advocate for health awareness. Through targeted community forums that make an immediate and long lasting impact, Sabrina is changing our community- one life at a time.
Through her recent health-education project, "Out to Make a Change" Sabrina is providing us access to tangible resources, tips and knowledge that will make a difference in the lives of those lacking in nutrition education, health advocacy and a host of other wellness needs.
You owe it to yourself to tune in! Listen for all the practical knowledge that is needed to live a better, more abundant life! A very special announcement will be made for all those listening in on Thursday, June 12th @ 11am. Don't Miss It!
Special Guest: Susan Vierczhalek, MD, FAAP, FABM, IBCLC is an Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics New York University School of Medicine and is the medical director of the Bellevue newborn nursery, and of the Bellevue Breastfeeding Program and co-director of the high-risk newborn follow-up program. She serves as the American Academy of Pediatrics New York Chapter 3 Breastfeeding Coordinator, Chair of the New York State Breastfeeding Coalition and Vice-chair of the New York City Breastfeeding Leadership Council. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant.
Special Guest: Karen Hylton-McGuire has been a Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) nurse for over 35 years. She received her BSN from Carlow University in Pittsburgh and her MS in nursing education from Adelphi University on Long Island. She is currently pursuing her PhD at Molloy College on Long Island. Ms. Hylton-McGuire is certified in Neonatal Nursing and is an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant. She initiated the lactation program at the Brooklyn Hospital Center, and is currently the Lactation Educator at Winthrop University Hospital. Ms. Hylton-McGuire is the recipients of the 2010 Nurse of Excellence Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council, Healthcare Heroes Nurse Educator.
Both women are on the board of the NY State Breast Feeding Coalition.
This episode will be about the path of living out your authentic self. You will never find true peace, purpose and meaning until you answer the reason for your existence. We are all here to contribute something to the world. Yet, the quest in finding out what it is will be a journey in itself.
Let's take that journey together with hearing what Fayola Delica, the Founder of Fayola Delica, LLC. and the Founder of The 360 Evolution Academy has to share about taking such journey. She is a Motivational Speaker and a Life Coach. Her professional and educational background is in Nursing (BSN, RN) and Health Education. In addition, she attended seminary for two and a half years.
You need to listen to this if you are in a place of transition.
It's natural for survivors to fear future traumas. Living in a world that offers little control over what can, will and does happen to you can add to and increase levels of anxiety. One way to reduce those feelings -- and offer yourself more control -- is to think through your advanced directives. How do you want things to go if a trauma occurs and you lose the ability to effectively communicate your wants, desires and needs?
Expert Leah Sharrock, RN, BSN, CHPN, is a field educator at Hospice of Palm Beach County and joins host Michele Rosenthal to discuss how to be in control even when everything spins out of control.
Michele Rosenthal is a popular keynote speaker, award-winning author and post-trauma coach. Her shows combine scientific research, cutting-edge guests and personal stories that highlight the challenges and successes of deliberately deciding to change the direction of your life. For more ideas about how to create change you choose, visit ChangeYouChoose.com.
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