• 01:30

    From Flawed to Fantastic with Guest Shannon Hilbert

    in Education

    A horrific car crash put Shannon Marie Hilbert into a deep coma for 2 months when she was just 15 years old! Shannon suffered a traumatic brain injury as a result of that car accident. With her Mother's "never give up" attitude, Shannon realized that anything is possible with determination and a positive outlook. After rehabilitation learning to walk, talk, chew, swallow, and most importantly, to SMILE; Shannon thrives today. She is also a host on the Brain Injury Network on Saturdays at 9:00 pm Central Time. 


    See Fantastic Frank's story: www.fantasticfrankjohnson.com


    Book Fantastic Frank to deliver his inspirational message. Email: Frank@fantasticfrankjohnson.com

  • 01:56

    Pet Radio-How Far Would You Go For Your Dog's Quality of Life?

    in Pets

    On this Show you will meet Gunnar, a sweet dog that was left a parapalegic after a car accident, which did not deter his lifetime companion Jason Parker from going above and beyond to make his dog's life as comfortable as possible. It is a heart warming story that is sure to inspire you.


    Following this you will hear the story of Sophie the shy mill dog who was used as a breeder in a puppy mill before being rescued. She requires some special attention, but most of all LOVE and and the warm touch of human hands and companionship which she never before experienced.


    Join us to celebrate dog's loving spirit.


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  • 00:19

    A Conversation with Roderick Cunningham, Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program

    in Motivation

    Join us today for a conversation with Roderick Cunningham, Founder and Executive Director of The Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program, Inc.  The Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program was founded in 2010 after Roderick's mother Beverly Cunningham was shot point blank in the head by her husband October 27, 2009.  Domestic violence has had a strong hold on Roderick's family dating back to his grandmother being shot at by her husband.  Roderick has turned his pain into positive action by helping other victims, survivors and our youth to once again embrace a normalcy of life through the Beverly Cunningham Outreach Program and its partners.  The mission of BCOP is to provide individual and group counseling, advocacy and rehabilitation services to survivors of domestic violence.  The foundation also seeks to be an outlet for community youth who are at risk of becoming victims of violence, substance abuse or who are impacted by health issues.  This program has helped over 4,100 individuals through its domestic violence programs, economic empowerment, and community outreach.


    Roderick will share with us concerning an upcoming production, presented by Robin Givens entitled, Joy In The Morning, in celebration of Women's History Month.  This is a story of hope after heartbreak.. with heavenly help!


    Roderick Cunningham has accomplished much in his life - yet he understands the importance of family.  Spending quality time with his wife and daughter are a priority.


    Join us for this conversation and be Empowered


     

  • 03:12

    "Be Positive" with Shannon Marie ~ Fantastic Frank shares his wisdom

    in Self Help

    Please join Shannon Marie for a dose of positive attitude tonight by talking to a hero!!! Tonight I get the opportunity to interview fellow radio host Fantastic Frank Johnson. He has been on a whirlwind book tour traveling across the USA and Canada. I have some rocking tunes from Jimmy G and Nate Leslie. 


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/braininjuryradio/2015/01/25/be-positive-with-shannon-marie-fantastic-frank-share-his-wisdom


    You can access the show by clicking the link above or dialing 424-243-9540.


    To call toll-free in the USA dial 855-473-3711 


    To call toll-free outside of the USA dial 202-559-7907


    You can Skype in as well for the show.  The link above can also be used after the live show, for "On Demand" listening at your leisure.


    This show is hosted by Shannon Marie Hilbert.

  • 00:32

    Pain Relief for Dogs

    in Pets

    Guest: Veterinary Pain Management Expert Dr. Mike Petty


    On Sunday January 25th we are honored to welcome Dr. Mike Petty, DVM, CVPP, CVMA, CAAPM, CCRT. As a world-renowned expert on veterinary pain management, founder of Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital in Michigan, a faculty member of the Canine Rehabilitation Institute, immediate-past president of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) and co-author of the 2014 American Animal Hospital Association Pain Guidelines (among many other distinctions), Dr. Petty’s steadfast and heartfelt dedication to pain relief is creating better lives for pets and humans alike.


    On this episode we will discuss Dr. Petty's upcoming book, Dr. Mike Petty’s Pain Relief for Dogs, and how the insight it provides can help Tripawd dogs lead a long, happy, pain-free life.


    For more info see:
    http://tripawds.com/2014/10/08/vet-expert-dr-mike-petty-shares-tripawd-amputation-pain-rehab-care-tips/
     

  • 00:59

    Ask Dr. Applewhite How To Manage Stress And Relationships.

    in Education

    This show is dedicated to an exclusive interview with Dr. Rachael Ross, MD, PhD, a family doctor and therapist in the field of Sexology. She will join Dr. Danita Applewhite, PhD, CRC, a rehabilitation counselor and educator in the field of Psychology in a unique discussion of how adult students, as well as teachers, can manage relationship and sexuality issues to avoid work performance problems. These two professionals will encourage Listeners to explore ways to manage stressful relationships that many times result in dropping out of school or sabotaging job or career plans. There will be an emphasis on managing the stress from troublesome relationships for the person with mental or physical disabilities (i.e. depression, PTSD, cancer, diabetes, fibromyalgia, etc). The staff at White Apple Institute prepare the show topics based on the actual psychosocial issues faced by our Listeners and Clientele, (i.e. Adult Students with disabilities/Teachers/Employees, and those working or living with persons with disabilities), motivating each other to shine the light on our different abilities. Join Dr. Applewhite, Host, and guests live at 10 am (AZ-GMT zone) on Saturdays by chat or calling 1-646-727-3758; or, LISTEN ANYTIME to the archived shows at http://blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher

  • 01:51

    Mary Diaz of Human Conflicts Org Demands More Pardons and Paroles in Florida

    in Politics Progressive

    On January 22, at 3pmEST, we present Mary Diaz on the "Huaman Rights Demand" radio broadcast. Mary is a prisoner activist who advocates for paroles and pardons. Tell us your opinion by calling (347)857-3293, or you can listen by computer live or hear the archived tape 24/7. Diaz is affiliated with "Human Conflicts," and "LET MY PEOPLE GO" is the motto. Mary lives in Florida, which had over 5,200 inmates who were parole eligible in 2014 but only released 18. Prison investors on Pardons and Parole Boards are a barrier to freedom for many rehabilitated inmates, I think. 

    Diaz said Alabama's Pardon and Parole Board has become a trendsetter for the rest of the country regarding releases. In Alabama during 2014, the Board considered 6,647 paroles, of which 2,237 were granted. The Board granted 657 pardons of 798 pardons heard and processed 522 voter rights restorations. That is real progress against mass incarceration. Some of the change may be credited to the ?Southern Poverty Law Center's lawsuit against the Alabama prison system.

    "Presently, Maynard Cooper & Gale is fighting a Southern Poverty Law Center lawsuit that claims the health care provided to Alabama's inmates is inadequate and unconstitutional. Correctional health care firm Corizon is paying the firm to fight the lawsuit on behalf of the state due to a provision in its $224 million contract with the state. In total, the state has spent $1.86 million in taxpayer money to fight prison lawsuits in the past four years." reports AL(dot) com. That sum likely also includes a lawsuit by the ‎ACLU? for segregating inmates with HIV. Righteous lawsuits litigated in just courts matter.

    January is our month for new beginnings. We'll discuss pardons, paroles, and successful re-entry this month at Human Rights Demand and at National Network in Action (NNIA1). Please participate!

  • 01:00

    Zarifa Roberson, CEO of i.d.e.a.l. Magazine for Urban Youth with Disabilities

    in Culture

    Join us for a conversation with Zarifa Roberson, CEO of i.d.e.a.l. Magazine, the exclusive quarterly magazine for Urban Young People with Disabilities (i.d.e.a.l. is an acronym for Individuals with Disabilities Express About Life). The magazine focuses on disability lifestyles, culture and political issues facing the disability community, and features fashion, beauty, health & fitness, entertainment, sports, and editorial sections. We'll discuss i.d.e.a.l. Magazine's efforts to climb to the forefront of voicing concerns in the disability community, and Roberson's goals to be the next Oprah for the disability community and to make the magazine a global household name.


    Roberson is a 35 year old from Philadelphia, PA, born with Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congentia (AMC). She holds a B.S. in Speech Communication with a minor in African American Studies from Millersville University, and M.Ed in Rehabilitation Counseling from Coppin State University.


    PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you every Friday at 12:00 pm EDT/EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.


    Read and subscribe to PA Disability News to stay up to date on news and events of interest to the PA disability community.


    Thanks for listening!

  • 00:56

    Small Changes Big Shifts: Rid Yourself of Chronic Pain Dr. Norman Shealy guests

    in Health

    On this episode of Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. Michelle Robin is joined by Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D., an American neurosurgeon and a pioneer in pain medicine. He is credited with the invention of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator,spinal cord stimulator, and radiofrequency ablation for back pain arising from facet arthropathy. He is considered by many to be the world's leading expert on pain and depression management, and was the first physician to specialize in the resolution of chronic pain. A pioneer in developing safe and effective treatments such as Biogenics, he founded, in 1971, the first comprehensive pain and stress management facility in the country, The Shealy Institute, respected world-wide for its innovative and successful rehabilitation approaches in over 30,000 patients. 


    For more information on our show host Dr. Michelle Robin go to:  http://www.yourwellnessconnection.com


    To learn more about Dr. Norman Shealy visit  https://normshealy.com/


     

  • 01:38

    CHEROKEE ELDERS COUNCIL FOUNDER PAUL THOMAS

    in Religion

    Prerecorded...


    The Cherokee Elders Council (website) was founded by Paul Thomas in Pryor, Oklahoma on July 9, 1996.


    Paul Thomas was a larger-than-life person. 


    A military veteran, he dedicated his career to Law Enforcement, and after retirement he organized and ran a rehabilitation program for ex-offenders.


    A tribal historian, he was also a "true gentleman." He was in the melee at the Cherokee Nation courthouse... photos exist of him swinging his cane during the riot incited by Chief Joe Byrd.s goons.


    He passed away Sept. 21 2006 of natural causes. He was 87.


    He was a man with the gift of Charity.


    When Blueotter's family was in transit from a Cherokee Gathering at  Wilson's Creek Battlefield, they heard of the disaster while Passing through Pryor, OK, Paul's hometown. Paul and his wife took them in the middle of the night in the aftermath the F6 tornado in Oklahoma City in 1998.

  • 00:44

    Human Rights for Prisoners March, Shannon Smith's Dream on MLK Day: SB260

    in Politics Progressive

    JUVENILE JUSTICE -- January 19, 2015 is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. He said, "All we say to America is, 'Be true to what you said on paper.'" Join us at 9pm PST at (818) 572-2947  to discuss that, or listen via computer. The show will also be archived at Blogtalkradio for access 24/7. Many officials talk about prison reform and sentencing reform, and some introduce and pass new laws. But are these new laws actually going into EFFECT? "Not all the time," answered my guest for tonight, Laura Griffin-Smith. Her husband was arrested at age 15 and has been incarcerated for 19 years. Shannon Smith had hoped for release under SB-260, California's new law, but that did not happen.

    Smith completed numerous courses during his 19 years in prison. He is rehabilitated. His had employment waiting and a dear wife he has never known as a free man. Actually, he has never been a free man - He reached manhood behind bars. Shannon published a book called "Voiceless." Order a copy at
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00G5ZYHAS/ref=redir_mdp_mobile
    See Voiceless Movement page at Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/voicelessmovement

    SB 260 went into effect in CA on January 1, 2014. Ideally, the new law gives a second chance to most people who were under 18 at the time of their crime and were tried and sentenced as adults. SB 260 holds young people responsible for the crimes they committed, but it recognizes that youths are different from adults and gives them a chance to demonstrate remorse and rehabilitation. SB 260 establishes a different parole criteria for people who did crimes as juveniles. Shannon seemed a likely candidate and allowed himself to dream, but his dreams were deferred.

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