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This week, on Human Potential, join us and our guest, disability rights activist Emily Titon, as we take an in-depth look at the various ways autistics and disabled people are portrayed in media, public reactions to disability, what's being done right, what's being done wrong, and ways to spin the conversation in a more positive direction. We welcome all of you to call in and join our discussion.
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Join us Every Thursday for Human Potential. Host James P. Wagner and cohosts Nick Hale and Marc Rosen discuss a wide range of topics surrounding disabilities and autism while branching off into sociology, anthropology, business, creative arts, spirituality, politics, and much more.
James P. Wagner is a poet, editor, performer, and publisher. Nick Hale is an editor, poet, author, and educator. Marc Rosen is a poet, editor, author, activist, advocate, and consultant.
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Cherishing Children Theme - Connecting Kids – with their Inner Potential with Sharon Turton of Connecting Kids and Parents.
As parents we all want the very best for our kids but in the busy and often overwhelming world of parenting…with all the do’s and don’ts and should and shouldn’ts, we can lose the very thing that we all crave for. The most valuable thing for our childs wellbeing and the most fundamental aspect of successful parenting is a deep and nurturing heart connection with our children.
Sharon will share with you simple and effective ways to reconnect with your child in the heart space, fostering a deeper bond between you both that will transform your parenting and guide you to be the parent that you really want to be.
Facebook – The parenting Edge
AK Stout and Deb Evans return to Social Geek Radio this week with guest Joe Yeager, Social Media Club Editorial Board Member at Social Media Club (SMC). SMC has over 300 chapters worldwide and strives to promote social media use both personally and professionally.
Joe will share the history, vision and mission of Social Media Club and how you can get involved with your local chapter.
Joe will also share his involvement keeping children safe on the Internet and how parents can:
Prevent Cyberbullying Provide Kid-Safe Social Media Sites Understand Geo Tagging Decipher text message Follow AK, Deb and Joe on Twitter and join the conversation on Facebook! Don't forget to use the hashtag #socialgeekradio
Social Geek Radio is sponsored by Saying It Social and Deb Evans Consulting.
The iconic 1973 film American Graffiti celebrated the deep relationship between American teen culture and the automobile back in the early 1960s. But that was 40 years ago, and a lot has changed since those days.
Join the Young Media Critics as they discuss "Teens, Cars and the Media.
Thursday, September 19, 2013 at 5.p.m EST
Founded by Teressa Tucker and Phyllis Smeaton, Kids Rein is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that promotes the use of the horse for individuals with physical, emotional and learning disabilities. Through the use of a unique therapeutic horseback riding experience, they specialize in early intervention for children as young as 3 years old.
Kids Rein is a little place of heaven on earth for children, and adults with special needs. Tune in to learn more about how this organization, the beautiful horses, and amazing volunteers help to change the lives of those it serves. Hear Ya There!
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