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The majority of society frowns upon the decision to dropout and is quick to tell you that going to school and "getting your education" is your only ticket to a successful and significant life.
At least they believe it is the safest way for you to achieve your financial goals, but in reality dropping out of school provides many advantages that if used properly will allow the dropout to enjoy a financially stable lifestyle long before the high school or college graduate.
Now, let it be clear that I do not advocate for anyone to dropout of school. My point is simply that if you feel school is unbearable, doesn't fit your personality and you have already dropped out of school, you might as well make the best of it.
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My guest will be Dr. Deborah A. Osgood. Deborah received her Ph.D. from Franklin Pierce University in New Hampshire. Her dissertation topic was, Entrepreneurial systems approach to dropout prevention among high school at-risk youth. Deborah is the President and CEO of Knowledge Institute, which specializes in entrepreneurial education and small business development.
Host Blaize Nolynne has been honored to have guest, Cheryl Morin of 'The JD Foundation' for suicide prevention! Suicide is sadly an epedemic that can be prevented and to educate yourself on the issue will help you and the ones around you!
You can check out her site at : http://www.thejdfoundation.org/about-us.html
Very honored to have Cheryl and I will be asking her to join us again!
Our topic today is crime prevention. We are delighted to have Michelle Boykins as our guest. She is the Senior Director of Communications with the non-profit National Crime Prevention Council (NCPC), home of McGruff the crime dog.
Michelle has over seventeen years of experience with corporate clients, nonprofits, and associations. Prior to working for the National Crime Prevention Council she worked for Edelman Public Relations Worldwide where she gained significant work experience and/or planning, scheduling, and preparing for events with many other follow-on experiences
Thank You for joining us today on 'Be A Healthy Caregiver' hosted by Chris MacLellan, 'The Bow-Tie-Guy' on Blog Talk Radio.
Today's Guest: Dina Ramon from iStand
Today's Topic: Fall Prevention - How To Minimize Risk and Reverse an Epidemic of Injury.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 3 adults age 65 and older fall each year. Of those who fall, 20% to 30% suffer moderate to severe injuries that make it hard for them to get around or live independently. Falls also increase the risk of early death.
Our special guest today, Dina Ramon, is from iStand Falls Prevention which is a product of HoliVision which is a company that specializes in fall prevention exercise for seniors and employees.
On today's episode, we will learn about iStand along with learning some important tips in order to prevent falls. Through our conversation with Dina, we will all learn how to 'Be A Healthy Caregiver!'
Join Charmaine Hammond of Team Toby and host of PAWsitive Radio as she interviews David Rust of The Society for Safe and Caring Schools & Communities as we talk about their upcoming Bully Prevention event and the HERO awards that Safe and Caring is hosting, deadline is November 1.
PAWsitive Radio celebrates organizations making a PAWsitive Difference in the world, and today we'll hear how The Society for Safe and Caring Schools & Communities is making a difference.
To learn more about Charmaine Hammond please visit www.charmainehammond.com and www.theoriginalteamtoby.com
Autism Empowerment is proud to be a Champion partner with PACER.org during National Bullying Prevention month in October of each year. PACER's website is filled with FREE resources for students, parents and educators.
Today's show helps you connect with Bullying Prevention Resources for youth, teens and adults, both at Autism Empowerment and PACER.org
Wednesday, October 9th is also Unity Day throughout the country. If you care about individuals who are bullied and want bullying to end, make your color ORANGE on Unity Day.
PAWsitive Radio hosted by Team Toby. Join Host Charmaine Hammond, professional speaker, bestselling author and president of Team Toby.
Our guest is Keith Sanderson, Founder and President of Max A Pooch, Inc. Sanderson is an award winning writer and writes Chicago Animal Advocacy Examiner, Chicago Pet Products Examiner, and National Celebrity Animal Advocates Examiner.
He created the popular radio show Max A Pooch’s Awesome Animal Advocates heard on Pet Life Radio. Each episode is dedicated to animal advocates and created for them, their supporters and pet and animal lovers everywhere. Sanderson now uses his experience to help organizations gain visibility in the market and to communicate to the world about people and organizations who are fighting to improve the living conditions and/or save the lives of animals. Website http://maxapooch.com and
Awesome advocates http://www.petliferadio.com/awesomeadvocates.html
To find out more about Charmaine and Team Toby and our bully prevention and dog books, visit www.TheOriginalTeamToby. Come and find us on social media:
WnT radio with host Jaclyn Roessel will run in tandem with National Suicide Prevention Week. Suicide prevention can only begin to be addressed with awareness and education of risk behaviors as well as protective conditions which lower suicide risk. Our conversation will also include discussion of American Indian cultural values that provide challenges in preventing suicides.
Our guests this week are:
Dr. Mary Hasbah Roessel, MD is a board certified psychiatrist practicing in New Mexico. She works with Native Americans in her private psychiatric practice and brings a special expertise in cultural psychiatry and understands the perspective of people from different cultures
Chloe Grabanski, Director of Fundraising & Supporter Relations with To Write Love On Her Arms , will be joining us to share information about the programs TWLOHA are holding as part of National Suicide Prevention Week.