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Join us as we discuss the direction of Lingraphica in 2014 with Michele Hart-Henry, Vice President, Sales and Marketing. In the past year, Lingraphica has been focused on improving speech-generating devices for adults with aphasia, but changes in the industry and technological advancements have spurred a move towards online speech therapy, speech therapy apps, teletherapy and more. Hear all about what Lingraphica has to offer in the coming year and beyond to help people with aphasia reconnect with their family and friends.
Join us as we discuss the recent developments behind Medicare’s coverage of speech-generating devices for people with aphasia and language and cognitive disorders who need help communicating. We'll be joined by Kevin Self, Marketing Communications Manager at Lingraphica, who will walk us through the recent history of Medicare regarding SGDs, Lingraphica's #SaveSGDTech campaign, and what you can do to save SGD technology.
"Workers are puzzle builders, they get stuck when missing a piece. Truly creative people "are quilt makers — they can fit anything together." ~Tina Seelig
How to generate creative ideas for use in your speeches or talks. How to make mundane subject matter interesting.
Creativity is a skill not so much on how to create but is forcing yourself to look at a situation from different perspectives, breaking thinking patterns and developing new and unusual approaches.
No one should be imprisoned for writing a book!
Countries that have laws that limit the scope and substance of World War II and Holocaust research include France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, and Spain.1 These laws make it a crime for anyone, regardless of their credentials or the factual basis of their views, to question or revise any aspect of the history of World War II or the Holocaust in a manner that goes beyond the some-what arbitrary standards established by the governments of those countries.2
Although there are no laws in the United States that criminalize Holocaust and World War II history, some of our nation's most prestigious legal minds have backed a proposed law intended to do just that.
Not to mention this is all HIStory, what about HErstory?
Why should you, why should any of us, be concerned that certain areas of historical research have been criminalized?
The problem is, many of those who are complaining the loudest right now about the "chill" on free speech are the very people who laid the groundwork for speech restrictions and muted public de-bate. This includes the college professors and administrators who, throughout the 1990s, championed campus "speech codes" that restricted the expression of views they deemed "insensitive."
However, to paraphrase the Beatles, in the end, the free speech you get will be equal to the free speech you give.
From me, the host, brooke: Yo I am just sharing another perspective cause I love DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES! doesn't mean I endorse or believe, I just love to hear all the sides! I hope you do to!
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How do you write a speech that makes an impact and leaves a lasting impression? This morning we are discussing effective devices that will help you to make your speech more interesting and memorable. For many the process of speech writing seems tedious and others don't know where to start. We're going to try to make it easier for you. If you don't present speeches, this will still be helpful to you because it will make you more conscious of what you way and why you say it. We should be more aware of our words and the impact they have on others. Tune in and even call in. We'd love to hear from you.
The future of the world is in good hands, if one listens to the articulate voices of this years PUSH Excel Oratory Contest winners. tudents from grades 1 through twelve memorized some of the worlds most inspirational speeches and performed them before a panel of courtroom judges. Speeches from such notable current figures as President Barack Obama and historic figures such as Langston Hughes were delivered with such passion that at times audience members were nearly moved to tears. Today we'll talk to a few of the winners of this Oratorical Competition and find out how delivering such moving words affected their lives forever.
Today we are very blessed to have back as our guest, June Foster, who has written another book called For All Eternity. June will share with us for the first part of our show. Then, in our second half, we're going to play for you the final speech Representative of Minnesota, Michele Bachmann gave a few days ago.
We also have an encouraging update on Pastor Saeed from his wife Naghmeh. Don't forget to visit http://www.biblenewsradio.com and take our listener survey.
In the past, we have interviewed C-Level Executives from various organizations and businesses whom have developed cutting edge voice recognition solutions, for sorts of market applications. One of them of course, is being security for wireless devices. In today's interview, we have the honor to speak with Mr. Todd Mozer, the CEO of Sensory, Inc., based out of California. They have been in business since 1994, and have developed some really innovative solutions and products in the way of speech recogition. Their latest product line includes the following:
1) Truly Handsfree;
Both of these products have been desiged not only to help further secure your Smartphone, but to also increase its ease of use well, creating a more seamless experience. Find out more!!!