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Listen to the Stories for Children Show Monday July 28, 2014 at 6pm Eastern - 5pm Central - 4pm Mountain - 3pm Pacific for a special on Summer Reading Programs and Book Clubs. Mom's Choice & Award-winning Author Virginia S Grenier will be talking about the importance of children and teens reading through the summer months.
Our guest today is Rebecca Kelley, the National Director of Achievement Gap Initiatives of the YMCA. During 12 years with the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati, Rebecca co-led a multi-sector community team that developed the award-winning Cincinnati Community Learning Center initiative and academic enrichment programs, including CincyAfterSchool, a 2013 nominee for National Summer Learning Association’s Award of Excellence. Through school-community partnership, Cincinnati produced a rise in graduation rates during the past decade from 50 percent to 82 percent, and a reduction in the achievement gap from 14.5 percent to 4.5 percent. Prior to joining the YMCA, Rebecca served as the director of knowledge and innovation for Strive’s National Network at the KnowledgeWorks Foundation, she supported more than 90 cradle to career collective impact initiatives.
Grenier, with her guest Rebecca Kelley, hope to not only share their love of the written word, but also what makes a good book for young readers and much more.
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PUSH for Excellence has expanded its summer basketball league to include daily instruction in Science, Technology, Engineeting and Math. This STEM program makes learning exciting and changes the students' view of themselves and their place in the world. How does one get inner city children excited about science and technology? Rev. Darryl Johnson, program administrator, tells how this mix of sports and classroom instruction works
How do you, as a new student in communicating with yourself and learning to really hear and begin to make changes, begin the communications with the children in your lives that we have now acting out because of you not taking the physical steps that were necessary to create happiness in your heart?
As a parent you must become aware that the children that are being born onto this planet, and have been in the last twelve years, are coming in with a different DNA program. They do not hold any kind of guilt.
Join us on today's call as we explore how children benefit from us creating happiness in our own heart!
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Today, Nick & Dr. Joanna will be discussing hypnotherapy and its use in children.
Big Pharma has covered even the chlldren's market on psychotropics! Can you imagine putting your 3 year old on a drug becasue a psychiatrist came up with a diagnosis from the DSM 5? (which, by the way, conveniently corresponds to an ICD-9 code for the insurance companies). Well, it happens. Mostly because of lack of knowledge about the toxic effetcs of these medications, especially in small and vulnerable bodies, but also out of a sincere desire and sometimes desperation to solve the problems they may be experiencing with their child.
Has normal childhood behavior been reduced to diagnoses designed to enslave children and parents to the pharmaceutical companies for life?
Are there alternatives? Definitely!
Hypnotherapy can be an amazing and safe solution to identify the true cause of behavioral problems in children as well as treating that cause instead of simply putting a band aide on a symptom that is annoying.
Also, learn what part nutrition plays in creating the problem and finding the solution.
Receive a 20% discount on a hypnotherapy session with Nick or a past life regression session with Dr. Joanna when you mention this show, and see for yourself, how hypnotherapy can work for you.
Thank you so much for listening and for your continuing support!
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www.CCHRINT.org for more information about the dangers of psychotropic drugs.
Topics discussed: Child Sex Trafficking, Child Sex Exploitation, Internet Crimes against Children, Missing and Exploited Children, Aggravated Physical Abuse, and Questionable parenting
Meg Blackburn Losey, PhD, is the author of the international bestseller The Children of Now, along with several other books including Conversations with the Children of Now, The Art of Living Out Loud, and The Secret History of Consciousness. Dr. Meg is the creator of the Touching the Light Healing Modality and offers Certification courses. She is an international keynote speaker and lectures worldwide. Dr. Meg is a PhD of Holistic Life Coaching, holds a Doctoral Degree in Metaphysics and has served as a consultant to Good Morning America and 20/20. Her newest book is The Children of Now Evolution, where she revisits these spectacular children and discusses who they are becoming and how their growing influence is changing society for the better. Losey offers concrete information for parents, and others, to understand what these kids need and how to help them function and flourish. Too often these children are mislabeled as ADD or ADHD or worse. She also addresses the metaphysical realities that these children perceive. With new research and reports from the field, The Children of Now Evolution is even more important to the families of today and tomorrow. Visit her website at:http://www.spiritlite.com
At the top of the show, it's the Starseed News segment with Anastasia, bringing news of interest to starseeds that you won't hear in the mainstream media!
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WHY LIFE IS LIKE A SET OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS with PAUL MORRIS
Are we programmed, along with every other living organism, by the great coder in the sky? By coder I mean one who programs computers. I’m not just discussing people and animals, I’m including plants as well. And not just application programs, currently known as “Aps,” but operating systems and utilities. I'll explain all this during the show.
With 25 years of professional IT experience, 40 years of studying human behavior and a strong foundation in spirituality and science, I fell quite comfortable in giving this subject a go.
Millertime Radio will be having a discussion about the city cutting after school programs in out community. The community will be voicing there opinions. Join in!
Susan Schafer, the education & volunteer coordinator for the City of Fort Collins Natural Areas will share some statistics on why children are at a crossroads right now between technology and experiences in nature. Learn why Susan is passionate about supporting children in nature based environments through many city based programs for parents and families. 6th Year Buell Fellows, Brett Dabb and Matthew Hebard, focused on the critical issue of connecting children with nature for their BECLP Capstone Project last year. Matthew Hebard, the Early Childhood System Manager at the Office of Early Childhood, will share his experiences with the Schlitz Audubon Society in Wisconsin and the Boulder Journey School in Colorado. Both Brett and Matt received partial funding from the Buell Leaders Network to continue their action research in July by attending the Forest Kindergarten teacher training at the Cedarsong Nature School in Washington. Thanks to the U.S. Forest Service and the Arbor Day Foundation, Brett and his team at Warren Village have been able to create beautiful nature based outdoor classrooms for all of their children. Please join these guests to hear more about the impact of nature deficiencies on children and how nature based learning is truly child directed and beneficial to all. The show is hosted by Linda Carlson, 5th year Buell Fellow and current steward for the Buell Early Childhood Leadership Network in addition to her job as a Quality Support Coach with the Larimer County Early Childhood Council.
HBCUs offer culture, a rich history and rigorous academic programs. Most importantly, they prepare students for leadership and life after graduation. There are 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the nation and nine percent of all African American college students attend HBCUs. In 1965, in Title III of the Higher Education Act of 1965, Congress officially defined an HBCU as a school of higher learning whose principal mission was and is the education of African Americans and was accredited and established before 1964.
All HBCUs play a critical role in the American system of higher education. For most of America’s history, African Americans seeking a college education could only get it from an HBCU. firstname.lastname@example.org call in 661-467-2407