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  • 00:58

    Right Care Radio

    in Health

    Right Care Clinic is a leader in providing primary care, urgent care, pediatric, geriatric, and mobile medicine in the southern Middle Tennessee area. Our staff is dedicated to being available to answer the questions health care consumers may have. This podcast is designed to establish a dialogue between health care providers and health care consumers.

  • 01:03

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Dave Newhouse has spent 50-plus years as a sportswriter and columnist, mostly at the Oakland Tribune in Oakland, California. In addition, he has written 11 books, including two which will be published in 2015. “Forgotten 49ers: The Dark Days before the Dynasty” deals with the beginning of the San Francisco 49ers, and their early, mostly disappointing years before the franchise became a dynasty in the 1980s under Bill Walsh. There has been no book on the 49ers like this book, as it includes interviews with 49er players from as far back as the 1940s, including two Original 49ers in 1946. This book, published by The Kent State University Press, has be released. Newhouse’s second book, as yet untitled, is a Hoosiers-like story involving former Cal basketball coach Lou Campaneili’s previous job at James Madison University in Virginia. George F. Thompson Publishing will release this book mid-fall. Newhouse grew up in Menlo Park, California, and held the shot put record at Menlo-Atherton High School. After four years in the United States Air Force, during which time he entered the field of journalism on assignment in France, he was graduated from San Jose State University in 1964. That same year he began working for the Oakland Tribune, from which he retired in November 2011. For nearly five years in the 1980s, he hosted a radio sports talk show in San Francisco. He has appeared on numerous television sports documentaries. He had received national and local awards for his writings and commentaries, and was honored by the Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame in Oakland in 2014. Though 76, he isn't slowing down; he has other book projects ahead. He lives in Oakland with his wife of 50 years

  • 01:04

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events



    At birth, Dr. Alette Coble-Temple was given a 10% chance of surviving. With the support of her parents, they fought the local school district and won.  She graduated from Los Altos High School where she gave the student commencement speech. 



    Andrea Dazall, at the tender a

  • 00:54

    This Week On Conversations In Care

    in Health

    This week on Conversations In Care we bring you the a way for you to help protect your loved from financial fraud with a unique innovation in financial services that affect seniors.  Kai Stinchcombe, CEO of True Link will share with us how they can help families.


    Slam Dunk for Diabetes a basketball summer camp for kids with diabetes is around the corner and Monica Joyce, Executive DIrector and Diabetes Educator of Slam Dunk along with  Bridgette Koselke registerd dietician and Diabetes Eductor, will join me in conversation. 

  • National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events


    Hon. Dezie Woods-Jones was the first Black woman Vice Mayor of Oakland and also served as an Oakland city council member

     

    Hon. Leo Bazile--served as Vice Mayor and an Oakland city council member

     

    Hon. Elihu Harris-former California Assemblyman and former Mayor of Oakland


     

    Paul Cobb--Publisher Post Newspaper Group and civil rights leader

  • 00:05

    Extended Foster Care - Terry Harrak

    in Lifestyle

    Terry starts the podcast asking everyone to step back from extended foster care for a moment and to look back at the reason youth came into care to begin with.  She expands on children enter into foster care because they don't have a family or "home," and then relates it to the concept of extended foster care by suggesting that an unlimited number of resources is no good, unless a person isconnected to a family structure or "home."


    For more information on Terry, Ask a Foster Leader, and the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.fosterleaders.com and like our page for the most up to date news at http://www.facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS

  • In Sickness and Health: A Couple's Final Journey

    in Health

    Conversations In Care with Tami Neumann


    Welcome to the radio program that refelects the power of conversation.  Through this simple act, we can create a community of support, develop a course of action and begin to build the bridge to honest  & Compassionate communication.


    Tonight's Guests:


    Chris MacLellan, host of Healing Ties ~ Chris takes time to share with us his story of In Sickness and Health.  Chris's story of his journey with his partner was shared fearlessly with the community through a seies of srticles in the Sun Sentinel.  Listen in as we talk about this journey.


    The Fischer Report - With Tony Fischer ~ Tony brings us fresh news from the health care industry


    Conversations In Care on Facebook


    Conversations In Care on Twitter

  • 00:44

    The National Brotherhood Conference of the Nation Of Islam Radio Program

    in Social Networking

    The National Brotherhood Conference of the Nation Of Islam Radio Program

  • 00:24

    Self-Care in Central Park With Alby Tello

    in Culture

    How do we care for our loved ones and support the communities we serve without experiencing burnout? On Thursday, August 27, 2015, Alby Tello, MSW, joined Priscilla Dyer for a timely chat about self-care.


    To learn more about Gather4Good, visit www.gather-4-good.org.

  • 00:10

    Extended Foster Care - David Hall

    in Lifestyle

    In this segment, former foster youth David Hall notes that we should not be looking at why we need to extend foster care, but what we need to do when we extend foster care.  In addition to not often being able go get a driver's license to transport oneself to work, it is very hard to get two forms of ID put together when applying for jobs.  Here are some other ideas that David suggests during his segment:


    - Whenever the young adults reach 18, they need parents who are willing to keep them until 21 when policy does not prohibit continued support given by foster parents.  


    - There needs to be specialized workers for young adults between the ages of 18 and 21.  Some of his other suggestions include:


    - We need to look at a Housing First Model


    - We need to look at placing youth in extended foster care in roles where they can mentor younger foster youth and start assisting in the life skills development of younger foster youth.  


    David Hall is the Co-Founder of a statewide student organization at Oklahoma City University, called R is for Thursday, which supports and promotes foster youth who are in college or currently going into college.  You can find out more about the organization by going to http://education.okstate.edu/risforthursday


    For more information on David, Ask a Foster Leader, and the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.fosterleaders.com and like our page for the most up to date news at http://www.facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS