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Meet today on Wisdom of Success, Tabby Kuehl of Visiting Nurse Services of Iowa. Tabby is the Intake and Referral Specialist for VNS but today we will be taking primarily about Project Storybook and ongoing community outreach program that does more than put books in the hands of children; it keeps families connected in a beautiful and unique way. For more information on Project Storybook and Visiting Nurse Services of Iowa, visit www.vnsia.org March is International Women’s Month and here on Wisdom of Success we are celebrating in full force. All month long we are bringing you conversations with amazingly power-filled women who will inspire you to be all that you can be. This is a presentation of the Perspectivepower Radio Network and you can FOLLOW us at www.blogtalkradio.com/perspectivepower and www.facebook.com/perspectivepower Learn more about Award-Winning Artist David A. Martinka, who provides our theme music www.redbellymusic.com & www.sunshadows.net
Cindy Charles Ouellette was an airline hostess and model. She fell in love during her travels, ending up in a third world country. There, she raised her child while working as a language professor. Inner fear led her to the bottle, ultimately resulting in alcohol addiction. While struggling with alcoholism, she found her miracle of recovery through God and a 12-step program over the internet. After two years of sobriety, Cindy escaped for her life back to America.
Cindy is now a certified peer recovery coach in West Virginia and Texas, as well as a certified recovery coach trainer in Texas, a facilitator plus trainer for various recovery curriculum, a motivational speaker, an outreach worker focusing on youth in the Appalachian Mountains. She is still an active member of several 12-step organizations. Now clean and sober for over 11 years, Cindy knows about the drama, trauma, and heartaches of Crying Hearts battling to save their Loved Ones from substance abuse. Cindy has also witnessed the exciting miracles of sobriety! Her novel is based on reality! This is real deal stuff! Drug Addict Sparrow how he gets clean sober
Releasing 2016 - Drug Addict Sparrow. Subscribe to watch a free prerelease illustrated reading of this fun and meaningful storybook on line! http://www.cindycharlesouellette.com/sparrow.html
Join us at the Been There Done That Show on Saturday 1-23-16 6pm mst at our web site http//www.beentheredonethatshow.com . Join us from 6pm-7pm you do not want to miss this show call in at Call (718) 766-4707
August 6, 2015: The number of total knee replacement (TKR) surgeries has more than tripled over the past two decades. Despite the growing popularity of the procedure and the improved outcomes, TKR is an invasive and expensive procedure.
One physical therapist has watched patients and families struggling to cope with the information overload that accompanies TKR surgery, and decided there had to be a better way to prepare families and improve expectations. To fill that void, she has written a guide book for families called “Granny Gets a New Knee: and a whole lot more.”
In this episode of Move Forward Radio, she discusses some of the things patients and family caregivers should know about total replacement surgery – perhaps most crucial of which are the benefits of seeing a physical therapist before the procedure.
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Welcome to Kids AtoZ with Dr. T, today’s Brains in Toyland segment is a nice example of how to promote physical, intellectual, and social emotional development.
We have Dr. Suzy Lederer, a speech-language pathologist and Associate Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department at Adelphi University in New York, here to share some great information with us.
Dr. Lederer is an expert in speech and language disorders in young children, emergent literacy, pretend play, and yoga for children. She is well published in both the academic and popular media.
Some of her publications for the public include a book called, “I Can Do That” from Dynamic Resources and a CD called “StoryBook Yoga” from Educational and Activities, Inc.
Today were going to focus on “StoryBook Yoga”
As always, feel free to email us at the show with comments, questions, and suggestions at Info@KidsAtoZ.com
"This album promises to take you on a reflective musical journey across the Celtic lands of Wales, Scotland and Ireland – and far beyond! You will be enchanted by sublime vocals, heavenly harp and stunning instrumental arrangements," is what has been written about Siobhan Owen’s new album, Storybook Journey.
Siobhan and I sit down this evening for an evening of pure bliss – beautiful music, folkloric conversation, and quiet times getting to know this remarkable young lady. 18 year old Siobhan was born in Wales with Welsh and Irish heritage. Classically trained, she turns her haunting soprano voice and delicate harp playing to a repertoire of traditional Celtic songs. At a young age she has already recorded three albums, won classical and folk awards and has played at many major festivals. She is a truly enchanting performer.
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Everyone Welcome Our NyAirWaves Jr Co-Host Myia Williams! Just 6 years old, full of energy, sweetness, and a litle bit of sass! Our storybook extraordinare will be with us , helping our jr listeners get ready for bed and have some storybook fun! Get READY because HERE SHE COMES!!!
Cody Chilson began training 1989 at the age of five in lee county florida. over the past 25 years he has trained in multitudes of arts including chinese, japanese, korean, phillipino and combative ring arts. He became an instructor 12 years ago teaching over a dozen styles of martial arts with students ranging from 3 to 84 years of age. After years of teaching Cody was inspired to create the combat college which is the worlds first free online martial arts college.
With an edgy mix of acoustic guitar and piano rock, John Preston is a singer/songwriter raised on a farm in Kentucky and is a great example of a true American born for service. John was highly decorated as a Marine during his tour in Operation Iraqi Freedom and now is currently a Firefighter. Through all of his travels of the world and growth in life he has used music as his storybook to follow his journey.
John had his first success as a musician while still in Iraq when a song and video he had written and created (Good, Good, America) for his battalion was covered by LA Times and became a national sensation within days. Upon his return from Iraq, John played radio and television shows all over the country and recorded his first single with Real2reel records. In 2007 John was nominated for an LA Music Award with his band HWY 42 and has received many accolades for his songwriting. John’s influences range from The Beatles, Billy Joel, and Elton John, to Ben Folds, Garth Brooks and Tupac Shakur.
John has countless songs written and has never shied away from any project or opportunity to grow as a musician or songwriter. Stay tuned for John to begin to tell his storybook of life and service through music.
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So, there was a toy called He-Man and it came with a comic book that was more like an illustrated storybook.
There was also the famous cartoon on TV from Filmation studios. It would seem that there's a noticable difference between these things. Let's talk about it!
This broadcast of Wisconsin EMS Live was recorded on Tuesday, June 9 at 9:00 a.m. central time. The episode runs 60 minutes.
In this episode we discussed from 9:00 until 9:40 EMS Controlled Narcotics, Chain of Custody, Drug Diversion, and Best Practices. Our guests include Drug Enforcement Agency Wisconsin Supervisor Kathy Federico, Wisconsin Ambulance Inspector Paul Schilling, and Baraboo District Ambulance Chief Dana Sechler and Deputy Chief John Rago.
And then from 9:40 to 10:00 a.m. meet Eric Salzwedel with REACH-A-CHILD. He’s developed a storybook collection with REACH BAG to help kids caught up in an emergency event or incidence – and provide them with some comfort or a short distraction.
Co-hosts included Joe Covelli, Patrick Ryan, and Dan Williams.
Don't miss a beat of the action – listen to Wisconsin EMS Live.
Every relationship has its ups and down. That storybook relationship you were sold as a child, is light years away from reality. Lets face it, having a long lasting relationship is difficult and takes a lot of compromise from both parties. So how do you know when to compromise and how much you should compromise? Is the relationship a matter of love or convenience? And more importantly, are you happy? We discuss this and more. Join in on the conversation.
Kimberly Smythe's courageous story of finally meeting the daughter she gave up for adoption is not the storybook tale we often hear about in Hollywood. Kimberly's new book Letting Go Again: A Birth Mother's Tale of Adoption, Reunion, Separation, and Growth honestly and compassionately shares the real, poignant story of Kimberly giving up her baby daughter for adoption and their troubled relationship when they are reunited almost two decades later.
Kimberly was born in Madrid, Spain. As a child, she lived the nomadic life of an Air Force brat. She has four grown children, three of whom call her Mom. Kimberly chose to write about her first child, whom she gave up for adoption, so that others might understand what many women endure when circumstances force them to give up their child. Writing about being a birth mother, or as she prefers to call it, a natural mother, helped her in her quest for understanding. She hopes it will also help others understand what it is like to let go of a child, and then be reunited, only to have to let go again.
Kimberly's web site: LettingGoAgain.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.