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July 2, 2015: July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month. The word “arthritis” might call to mind images of older adults, and with good reason – aging is a primary cause of osteoarthritis, which affects an estimated 27 million Americans.
But arthritis isn’t exclusive to adults, children can develop arthritis as well. Juvenile arthritis isn’t a specific condition but an umbrella term that includes numerous types and subtypes.
In this episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist will walk us through those types of juvenile arthritis and describe typical treatments for the disease.
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Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI) www.tapsti.org, this 2 hour session will review juvenile correctional counseling and rehabilitation within the prison system. From 1991 through to 2003, the number of juveniles housed in residential programs increased by 27 percent such that there were 96,000 juveniles across the country who were housed in residential programs (Snyder & Sickmund, 2006). Many of these had mental health issues including major depression, anxiety disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, or obsessive-compulsive disorder. The juvenile justice system in this country is faced with the same challenges as our adult correctional system in serving youth who may have one or more mental health disorders. Using Albert Robert's work entitled "Correctional Counseling and Treatment" we will take a look at the assessment, classification, and treatment of juvenile offenders, risks of reoffending, and family inteventions.
Juvenile Journal w/ Jamil Warren, Host (Age 15) is a Positive Report Broadcasts for and By Juveniles - Teens, Ages 13-17 -- (TOPIC) THE DAY THE YOUTH WILL TAKE BACK THEIR VICTORY -- (GUEST) MUSIC MAN Brandon Brown -- Broadcast Media Affiliate by Lenora Love Whiteside, www.LenoraLOVE.ORG (8/04/08)
New Orleans-based rapper Juvenile was born Terius Gray. After beginning his career while in his teens, he released a 1995 album on Warlock titled Being Myself. He eventually crossed paths with Cash Money label owners Ronald “Suga Slim” and Brian “Baby” Williams, who issued 1996′s Solja Rags; the album became a major underground hit, and set the stage for the release of 1998′s 400 Degreez. Jump a few years ahead he was signing a new contract with Asylum, and his home was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. The hurricane and its grim aftermath were hot topics on his chart-topping 2006 album Reality Check. His next two albums — Cocky & Confident (2009) and Beast Mode (2010) — featured much lighter material. His latest single "Picture Perfect" feat Lil Wayne and Birdman just dropped Wednesday. follow @juviethegreat. Juviethegreat.com.
Please tune in to listen to our Ask a Foster Leader Panel discuss what happens when foster youth enter into the juvenile justice system, how it impacts their lives, what we can do to make sure foster youth aren't lost in the juvenile justice system, and what we can do to ensure that foster youth are not unjustly placed into the juvenile justice system.
If you have background in this crossover and would like to contribute to the discussion, or you would like to ask the panel a question, please call 646-652-2296.
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