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Kids A to Z strives to empower parents and set children up for success. The show addresses the areas of development (i.e., physical, intellectual, social-emotional, emotional, and moral), how they influence each other, and how to best foster them. Topics such as the effects of TV on the brain, how physical activity benefits cognition, and the benefits of bilingualism are just a few themes.
Early childhood experiences are critical. They set the foundation for skills across the lifespan. Specialists find parents often lack fundamental knowledge or receive misinformation. There are also alarming trends of decreased science and math scores and increased numbers of obese and special needs children in the US. Kids A to Z provides parents with information and ideas to enable all children to thrive. The developmental range for the show is birth to five years. Parents, grandparents, and related professionals in childcare are all part of the target audience.
"Brains in Toyland" are what children are. In this segment, Dr. T interviews a child development professional, such as a psychologist or physical therapist, to provide expert information so caregivers know what they need to foster and how. Children learn and grow through play. In the next "All-Star Play Room" segment, Dr. T interviews a guest who offers a child-centered product or service, such as piano teacher or a tae kwon do instructor, to suggest ideas for toys and activities that foster development. In the final "Ask Dr. T" segment, Dr. T and her professional guests meet with parents and children who engage in activities related to the topic of the day. The professionals also field questions from the audience and share case studies answering questions caregivers may not know or feel confident enough to ask.
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After Sheila Matthews had her own personal experience with coercion by the education system to label and drug her child, she teamed up with another mother, Patricia Weathers, to found the non-profit organization AbleChild – a national parent’s rights organization, dedicated to protecting full informed consent and the right to refuse psychiatric services.
Ms. Matthews is a resident of Connecticut and in 2001, she was the first mother to successfully testify on behalf of the first state law in the United States prohibiting school personnel from recommending psychotropic drugs to parents. She continues nationwide participation in conferences and seminars and testifies on the federal level on behalf of AbleChild and the families who need AbleChild services.
She has been featured on a number of high profile media outlets, including CNN, FOX, Time Magazine as well as numerous radio stations throughout the country.
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What controls your brain? In W. Dennis Parker's book Spiritual
Mind Management; he reveals the observed functioning of the
spiritual mind and how to use this information in new hypnotherapy
techniques and protocols.
As the Owner/Operator/Primary Instructor of Certified Hypnotherapy Training School, Dennis
believes everyone can benefit by learning these new mental skills to overcome negative self-
limiting beliefs and behaviors, eliminate inappropriate habits, and conquer maladaptive behaviors.
This powerful information teaches individuals personal problem solving of past sensitizing events
resolving emotions that inhibit them from moving forward and achieving their goals.
After 23 years as a certified clinical hypnotherapist, Dennis wishes to share with the public
what he has discovered and developed as new spiritual mind management techniques.
Detailed in his book, Spiritual Mind Management, these techniques help parents and grandparents
obtain the skills and techniques to assist their children, grandchildren, and other family members
with unwanted behaviors.
Julie Forbes and Tracy Ross discuss dog aggression, and it's different subcategories and causes. "Aggression" is a broad statement and is too large of a topic to just generalize. It is important to understand the nature of dog aggression, and it's different forms and reasons.
Twelve years ago, Tracy was one of the main people Julie learned from, on how to work with dog behavior, particularly aggression. Tracy works with some of the most difficult dogs in the region, and is incredible at breaking through to dogs who don't seem reachable.
Let's discuss the facts about this hot topic on the subject of parents. Wether straight or not are we great parents to our kids? Join the show at 10:30am. Call (818)301-5834
Words From The Well: Conversations for Single Parents
Mission statement: Inform, Inspire, Intrigue you to be engage in no sugar coating, but raw and realistic conversations for single parents. My word for this week is "confidence".
What is it like to have a conscious birth? Can you make choices even before conception? Can you set up a new partnership with the body for pregnancy, labor and delivery?
Join us as we hear from parents who worked with an Adoula (birth connector) as part of their birth experience. They share how it was to connect with their baby before birth, and also how they experienced labor and delivery. In the words of the mother: “This is a story of how my partner and I chose to host another child in our family, how we breathed with our choices, and how the easiest way came to us when we allowed.”
We look forward to presenting this New Energy birth story!
This is the debut of Shadows on the Wall Paranormal Radio with Heartland Hauntings founders Len Miller & "Ghost Dude" JC Rositas, on tonights episode Len and JC will discuss the numerous stories and claims of horrifying encounters with what are described as "Black-Eyed Kids." They are becoming an interest in the paranormal community, as all stories carry a common thread but not rational explanation as to who, or what, these kids are.
Sometimes funny, other times controversial - Shadows on the Wall Paranormal Radio: helping you find the truth!