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Christie Martin talks openly about her and her husband's call to foster care and the desperate need for Catholic foster families. The foster children in our communities have lost everything, must they also lose the Sacraments? Listen, cry, and consider opening your heart and home to the possibility of becoming a foster family.
Tune in to this powerful segment. Capri Cruz is here to talk about freeing your mind from past negative experiences, so it can open up for SUCCESS!
Doctoral Candidate, Capri Cruz, is a native of New York City and a former foster child turned author. Her books include From Foster Care to Fabulous: An Imperative Movement and she co-authored Ripping Gripping Fear Out of Your Story! Now a retired military veteran, her goal is to teach foster children the power of their Mindset in order to transform lives.
“Time waits for no one!”, she exclaims. “The sand in the hourglass of life continues to slip away, whether we are mindful of it or not.”
Have you been searching high and low for the most appropriate care for your family member? And you are shocked by the expense? Wishing that you had control over your care options?
David Petroski, Owner of Grandma Joan's will join us in conversation about home care options and the unique service offered by Grandma Joan's.
We will explore home care, live-in care as well as family care and how his service may be the answer you were looking for.
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Monthly contributor, Tony Fischer joins host Tami Neumann in a discussion on Finding Great Health Care Solutions.
Often we are tasked with finding the right health care solution during a time that is stressful, and making a decision is very difficult. Adding to this stress is the many care options available. Making the best decision for your loved one can become overwhelming.
Tony and Tami will discuss the best ways to find information and educate yourself on making the best decision for your loved one.
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What really happens in the foster care sytem? Does Foster care really help or does it extend damage in some cases?
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Join host Tami Neumann and monthly contributor Tony Fischer as they discuss how to go about choosing the most appropriate care for their loved one.
Selecting caregivers to come into your home can be a very overwhelming task. Making sure your loved one is cared for in a compassionate and professional way, along with opening your home to strangers can create anxiety even for the most educated consumer.
Tami & Tony will share what you should ask while interviewing companies to care for your loved one.
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This show is dedicated to foster parents and those who are making a difference in the lives of children whose parents are not able to raise and take care of them. At the age of 5, my youngest brother and I were taken into the foster care system, separated and for many written-off and forgotten. Listen in as I go over my experience in the foster care system and the love I have for my former foster parents "Bob & Kitty" who were great and who allowed for me to be a "normal" child, even if for only a little while. There are still "good" foster parents out there and I want to say "THANK YOU!" to them all.
Making the decision to keep your loved one with dementia at home or to make the move into a care community is not only a difficult one, but one filled with emotion. When making this decision it is important to ask yourself some very important questions. Join host Tami Neumann as she shares with you some things that you should consider when making this decision concerning your loved one with memory loss. Join in the convers
Introducing Born Foster. Born is a professional trumpet player that lives in Atlanta. Born currently plays trumpet for Musiq Soulchild and has created the brand 'Born on the Horn'. Tonight we talk to Born about where he is from and how he got to be a professional musician with one of R&B's hottest artist in the game right now. Born also is famous for writing a song that every show style marching band has been playing since he wrote it. This is a podcast and will not accept any phone calls, but you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
On the Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 broadcast my special guest is pioneering health care information entrepreneur, medical economist, author, business strategist, a former resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and recent author of the novel “Catching Babies".
J.D has been instrumental in the creation of four health care information organizations; helped hospital systems, insurers and physician groups prepare for medical computerization and health reform; provided business, product and technology strategy services to new and established health care companies; and sat on the Boards of several public and privately held health information companies.J.D. has authored three books on the U.S. health care system, Bleeding Edge: The Business of Health Care in the New Century and Oxymorons: The Myth of a U.S. Health Care System, and Catching Babies (2011). His work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Barron’s, Health Affairs, JAMA, the British Medical Journal, Modern Healthcare, Managed Healthcare, Forbes, and numerous other publications.Since his earliest writings on health policy and market dynamics in The Wall Street Journal in the early 1990s, Mr. Kleinke has long been known as a forceful, non-partisan advocate for an evidence-driven, computerized, patient-centric health care system. For additional context and background information click here, here and here.