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On this week's podcast of Slasher Studios Horror Podcast our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Andrew Beirl will be discussing their favorite settings to place a horror movie. When making a good horror movie atmosphere is key and they will debate their favorite settings on tonight's episode. The slasher fun begins tonight at 10PM central.
Welcome back this week! Come join us tonight as we discuss creative table top settings, and tablescapes.
We look at different designs elements for styles in glassware, utensils, and centerpieces. We also provide ways of how to incorporate and develop great tablescape themes and stylized settings.
Learn how garnishing ideas can help create and complete your overall look. Summer is here and it's a fantastic time to implement design ideas for this season's upcoming events, or even a small party atmosphere.
Join us tonight at 10:30 pm pst
Evelyn Attia, MD,
Deborah Glasofer, PhD
Understanding treatment options and how distinct they are from one another can be confusing for patients and families when looking for help. Different types of treatment settings — commonly referred to as levels of care —will be discussed.
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Welcome back this week! Come join us tonight as we discuss creative table top settings, and tablescapes.
We look at different designs elements for styles in glassware, utensils, and centerpieces. And, we also provide ways of how to incorporate and develop great tablescape themes and stylized settings.
Learn how garnishing ideas can help create and complete your overall look. Summer is almost here and what a great time to begin implementing design ideas for the upcoming
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Donna catches up with another great guest in this episode. Dr. Joe Alton and his lovely wife, Nurse Amy have been great supporters of PREPARE Magazine and have articles regularly printed in the print issues. In this episode, Amy is unable to join us due to other responsibilities with their ever growing service to the preparedness industry, but Dr. Bones (Joe) and Donna catch up on all that the Dynamic Doom & Bloom Duo have going on!
Joe Alton, M.D. (aka: Dr. Bones) is a member of Mensa, collects 19th century medical books to gain insight on off-grid medical strategies. He is the co-author, along with Amy Alton, A.R.N.P. (aka Nurse Amy), of the #1 Amazon Bestseller in Survival Skills “the Survival Medicine Handbook". The opinions voiced by Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy are for post-apocalyptic settings only; in normal times, seek modern and standard medical care from qualified professionals.
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Coffee Party USA is pleased to offer as its September 2015 Book Club selection Healing the Heart of Democracy: The Courage to Create a Politics Worthy of the Human Spirit by Parker Palmer. We encourage everyone to read this very important book and then join us for a special Coffee Party Blogtalkradio conversation with Parker Palmer on Wednesday, September 30 at 8:30 PM Eastern. Healing the Heart of Democracy is an eloquent and empowering call for "We the People" to reclaim our democracy. This timely, courageous and practical work—intensely personal as well as political—is not about them, "those people" in Washington D.C., or in our state capitals, on whom we blame our political problems. It's about us, "We the People," and what we can do in everyday settings like families, neighborhoods, classrooms, congregations and workplaces to resist divide-and-conquer politics and restore a government "of the people, by the people, for the people." Publishers Weekly, in a Starred Review, said "This beautifully written book deserves a wide audience that will benefit from discussing it." Here at Coffee Party, we want you to have the opportunity to do just that! Click here to buy the book on Amazon and support Coffee Party USA at the same time: Healing the Heart of Democracy: The Courage to Create a Politics Worthy of the Human Spirit. PARKER J. PALMER is a writer, teacher and activist and the founder and senior partner of the Center for Courage & Renewal. He holds a Ph.D. in sociology from the University of California at Berkeley, as well as eleven honorary doctorates, two Distinguished Achievement Awards from the National Educational Press Association, and an Award of Excellence from the Associated Church Press. So read this wonderful book and join us on Wednesday, September 30 at 8:30 PM Eastern with a conversation with Parker Palmer.
Dafna Michaelson is the founder and Journeywoman behind the 50 in 52 Journey in which she traveled to all 50 United States and Washington D.C within the 52 weeks of one year to find, highlight, and elevate ordinary people doing extraordinary things, solving problems and building community.
As an Author of her recently published book "It takes a little crazy to make a difference", Speaker, TEDx speaker and TEDxCrestmoorpark Curator, Dafna continues the work she began with the 50in52 Journey to inspire others to action. She does not simply speak to her audiences, she elevates, empowers, and engages them through storytelling, motivational recounting of her nationwide journey, and inspires them to action so that they too can be empowered to make changes in their communities, their workplaces, their families, and their lives.
Dafna received her MBA from the Daniels College of Business in 2001, and is the President and Founder of the Journey Institute. Dafna works with small business owners, entrepreneurs and educational faculties to strengthen the core operations of their business settings through motivating their human talent. Dafna utilizes systems she developed following her travels to all 50 states to find the secrets accomplished problem solvers use to create success in workplace and community.
Dafna has been interviewed by the late Maya Angelou and has been featured by CBS Sunday Morning, the Denver Post, NPR and CNN.com. Her book “It takes a little crazy to make a difference” won the 2015 International Book Award in the Social Change category. She has traveled around the world to empower people of all ages into action.
Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L., writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia is joined each week on Morning Moments With Maia...Conversations of Love and Laughter by an eclectic lineup of guests who live their lives with love and laughter and work to help others do the same.
Jae Pierce-Baba, OTR, Humorologist, is CEO of her own seminar company, LipShtick Productions and a nationally recognized professional speaker, writer and comedienne. As an Occupational Therapist, Jae has more than 20 years of experience in a variety of settings with patients ranging in age from newborns to the elderly.Her mission in life is to spread the word of the power of therapeutic humor in both our professional and private lives. She has combined her experiences in the health care industry with her talents as a speaker and professional storyteller to entertain and educate a wide variety of audiences from the health care industry to the US Army. Today Jae joins Maia for a conversation on the strength of silliness and how having fun with our kids can make parenting FUNtastic.
Alzheimer's specialist Megan Carnarius, RN, NHA, LMT, has 25 years experience designing and running memory care settings. Megan's recently released book A Deeper Perspective on Alzheimer's and Other Dementias: Practical Tools with Spiritual Insights reflects her warmly human touch and spiritually oriented perspective working with people with dementia and their families.
(Note: Megan arrives 6 minutes into the show.)
Megan's focus is on creating quality of life for everyone touched by all forms of dementia, opening up to trust, nurturing compassion and creating a vital connection to the most beautiful aspects of what it means to be a human being. Megan helps those who have been diagnosed with some form of dementia to discover ways to live authentically in a space of loving and being loved. She views the brain as a vehicle of self-expression, in an expansive way, focusing on the healthy, well spirit residing within each and every person.
Presently the executive director of a secure memory care, assisted living residence, Megan was already managing a center in 1989 and started consulting in 1996, resulting in an award-winning memory care facility, and she continues to assist center owners as a consultant. Megan is a sought-after lecturer, professional trainer and family consultant, also serving on the Alzheimer's education committee for 15 years.
Megan's web site: MeganCarnarius.com
Program music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer (LarrySeyer.com), included in this podcast with his permission. Visit FrontierBeyondFear.com to learn about the inspirational outreach of this program, now in its 5th year.
The concept of social justice involves finding the optimum balance between responsibilities as a society and responsibilities as individuals to contribute to a just society. Some scholars have documented that oppression is often allowed to occur in group settings because group members’ privilege is left unchecked and unchallenged. A number of people believe attention to social justice concerns is not within their roles so they do not address issues of member oppression and marginalization . The lack of attention to group members’ diversity is often re-traumatizing to those who have survived socio-cultural oppression.“Oppression”, in this text refers to‘a state of domination where the oppressed suffer the consequences of deprivation, exclusion, discrimination, exploitation, control of culture, and violence.
The United Nations has addressed “human rights” on an international scale and acknowledges that in a number of nations, ”indigenous people” who are entitled to the full protection of the individual human rights system, have their rights violated and often experience poverty and disadvantage to a greater extent than the rest of the population. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People recognize the difficulty in realizing human rights for Indigenous people who have been disadvantaged on a systemic level by historical discrimination and dispossession over past centuries; however, there has never been such an assessment of the condition of the Black American in the United States of America.
Special Guest: Tom Morrell of Approaches for Performance Excellence and Chair of the E4S London Region Champions Group
Join us for an interview with Tom as he shares his broad-ranging insights and experience of employee engagement with host, Jo Moffatt. From 33 years’ service with London’s Metropolitan Police to his current role as a trainer,
executive coach and visiting lecturer at Kingston University, Tom’s particular interest in diversity, inclusion and engagement is informed by operational and practical experience from a variety of settings.
Add to that being Chair of the CIPD’s south west London branch, Chair of Engage for Success’ London Region Champions Group and lead assessor for the British Quality Foundation and you’ll see why Tom’s going to be an informed and insightful guest for the show.
Host: Jo Moffatt