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Please call into our show 424-243-9540 August 21st, 2015 5:30pm - 6:50pm (Pacific Time) and 8:30pm-9:50pm (Eastern Time)
How many of us finally found companionship in the brain injury community through friendships, love, loyalty, and communication?
How many are there that still need to?
We understand each other. We have each other. We help each other throught the hard times, share with good times, and guide each other through it all.
Please join us sharing our stories, struggles and accomplishments through the brain injury consequences that has brought us together.
Please invite other friends, families, and the public who don't know our organization exists.
We need to make public awareness to who we are and what we do. You do not need to be brain injured to join in on our calls.
Our calls include caregivers, survivors, companions, family members, motivators who understand neurological impairments don't have to hold anyone down!
*Shows are recorded for later listening and for FCC regulations. *Foul language, Anger, Racism, or Drug Use will not be allowed on the calls
Please join us TONIGHT !!!
@ 6 PM EST as we talk about "after the wait... Is it worth it?"
Please make sure to call in @ 657-383-1233 or listen online
MEN we want to hear from you
in Self Help
Nurse next door is able to care for your loved ones with care levels ranging from companionship right up to Nursing and end of life care.
David and Luci Shaw are excited to be able to bring senior and their families the peace of mind they nedd through focused, personalized home care services. Our talent is caring and as such, our goal is to make lives better one visit at a time.
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Continuing our discussion on the state of the Black family...Women's roles in relationships and a household are major. They are the bearers of life, the nurturers, the soft balance in a hard situation, and in essence...the first link to love for all of the people in their lives. When a woman is not at her best, balance is thrown off, because of the many hats she wears, love is always at the base. In today's society, women are harder, "independent", misfocused, and on another path. Parental love and intimate love are addressed as companionship and hook-ups, as women's resourcefulness and perserverance abilities have been beaten down by the many beasts of the modern world. Why do you think Black women have a problem trusting love? Join in tonight by calling 347-32-9967 at 10:30 pm EST.
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Aging is a fact of life, but one that often comes with several challenges. With the best quality of life in mind, here’s how in-home skilled nursing can support families who are caring for an aging loved one at home.
Providing Much Needed Guidance
Families find that an in-home skilled nursing service is a smart, practical solution. The right service offers peace of mind that loved ones have the attention they need to maintain their independence for as long as possible.
Offering Companionship and Instilling Confidence
Seniors are sometimes discouraged when they first realize that they can no longer participate in activities they enjoy or perform tasks without assistance. Competent in-home skilled nurses are trained and experienced and can share strategies for success.
In-Home Medical Assistance and Professional Expertise
Professional, medically trained nurses in the home are an invaluable asset for family members caring for an elderly loved one. In-home skilled nurses can administer medications, help with injections and dress wounds.
To learn more, pick up a copy of our free guide… “Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Hire a Home Care Provider" Just give us a call 619-220-7600 or visit our website at: http://www.FirstatofSanDiego.com
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Brain Injury Radio Network and ASBISG.org Presents: United We Stand
YOU DO NOT TO BE BRAIN INJURED TO BE INVOLVED IN WHAT WE DO TO MAKE CHANGE IN THE COMMUNITY.
We stand together and uplift one another through hard times when we need them.
We advocate for change and support one another when people in our community are treated unfairly.
We help people learn to be strong, take care of themselves, build pride, have fun together, and stand proud to be alive and strong.
We are family members, caregivers, survivors and the public building awareness about brain injuries and neurological impairments.
www.ASBISG.org is our non-profit organization. Be a part. Be involved. Make a difference.
Wednesday is upon us and it is time for another funky fresh edition of the jrilshow. TONIGHT: We are putting our relationship skills to use. Our (Listener) QOD: AT WHAT AGE DOES COMPANIONSHIP SUPERSEDES THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD SEX IN A RELATIONSHIP? The Listening Lounge is happening as always so come on down and get your mid week laugh on, right here on the jrilshow!
Overcoming many obstacles, Max made a name for himself online and now shares his experiences on The Blind Blogger. Maxwell is also an inspirational and motivational personal coach, He especially enjoys helping others find their bliss.
Max Ivey, was born into a family of carnival owners in Texas, USA, Maxwell lost his sight at age 12. Having a natural gusto for life, Max graduated college and became heavily involved in the Eagle Scouts. He also worked in the family business alongside brothers until his father succumbed to lung cancer. Faced with his own mortality, Max made some life-altering changes. He underwent gastric surgery and lost over 250 pounds. He started his own business, buying and selling amusement rides, and learned how to blog using software for visually-impaired people.
With the companionship of his crazy (gray-mation) Dalmation-mix dog, Penny, Max now spends his days singing, reading, blogging, writing, creating videos, and coaching. He’d like to travel the world one day and meet in person his many online friends and clients.
Max’s Blog http://theblindblogger.net/
Max’s book on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1KuhIlZ
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Alhamdulillah! Today is our (Yolanda and Faheem's) 43rd wedding anniversary. So it was easy to decide what the Khutbah should be about. Allah knows best. I know that there are so many profoundly worthy Muslim women and men in our communities who are unmarried due to multi-varied cirmcumstances. I sincerely and personally, pray to Allah for them that Allah blesses them with someone loving and worthy of their companionship and partnership in this journey of life.
What’s the fastest growing group of online daters? If you’re thinking men in their 30s, think again.
JOIN US to hear specific details about the top online dating sites for those 50 plus years of age! Come hear why they are in the top category!
Thursday, JANUARY 29TH, 2015 at 6:30P EST
MENU: PLAINTAIN NACHOS with a glass of Rose wine
About Pet Therapy
A hand reaches out, a wagging tail approaches, and an elderly face breaks into a smile. It's a scene that's increasingly common in the Helena Valley, thanks to volunteers from the Helena Chapter of Intermountain Therapy Animals. Activity directors and health care professionals report that visiting pets reach nursing home residents, hospital patients, retirement home residents and adult day care participants in ways that other therapeutic activities can't.
The contact may be brief, but it brightens the entire day or week, especially for those who have had pets in the past. In some cases, an animal's visit is transforming. Shy, withdrawn, or depressed people find themselves in animated conversation, angry people relax, and those with memory lapses share detailed recollections of pets they lived with years before. Visiting pets have reached autistic children, stroke victims, Alzheimer's patients, and other "unreachables." Even when nothing dramatic happens, pet visits are important changes of pace for facility residents, bringing excitement, affection, comfort, physical contact and joy.
In addition, to providing companionship (called Animal Assisted Activity), visiting pets sometimes participate in a facility's therapy program. In Animal Assisted Therapy, a dog might stand while a patient brushes him order to exercise specific arm muscles, or a cat might visit a depressed patient to encourage conversation, or someone in speech therapy might give commands to a dog that does tricks or retrieves objects. Anyone who loves animals is likely to work harder and feel more motivated when one is part of the therapy team.