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With the assistance of the Dana Foundation, we present the second in our series on the brain and behavior. Leading researchers and behavior experts will discuss topics critical to families and professionals in the foster care system.
Hi I'm Dave Balog of A Thousand Moms. We are pleased to offer this invaluable series of programs on our podcasts. You may listen on iTunes or download these programs to your device to listen on the go.
Thank you for listening. We ask your support. Subscribe to these podcasts, more than 13 in total, covering Learning, Pain, Memory, Depression, Autism, Art/Music Therapy and much more. Please visit www.AThousandMoms.Org and with a donation of just $10 or more, we will send you the companion e-book to this series, The Dana Sourcebook of Brain Science. The Sourcebook has been used in schools, in community groups, among professionals. We conduct free workshops on the Brain and Behavior. Please contact us at 518 322-0607. Your support will help us continue to be a recognized voice for gay youth in foster/adotive care. Learn all about our programs at www.AThousandMoms.Org.
And now, Gray Matters: Alcohol, Drugs and the Brain II: Treatments. Hosted by Pat Summerall.
Please visit www.AThousandMoms.Org and with a donation of just $10 or more, we will send you the companion book to this series, The Sourcebook of Brain Science. Your support will help us continue to be a recognized voice for gay youth in foster/adotive care. Look for our next program in this series, Stress, Trauma and the Brain.
Linda Tatsapaugh, Executive Director of Talisman Programs in North Carolina, joined Lon to explain the differences between typical students and those on the Autism Spectrum in their learning needs. Many are very bright, Linda explained, but need some compensation help to allow for their special needs. Linda concluded with some suggestions for parents and teachers working with these special students.
Contact: Linda Tatsapaugh 855-588-8254 email@example.com www.talismanprograms.com
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 firstname.lastname@example.org www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
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Amy Madge has built purpose around her childhood pain. Amy was bullied relentlessly. Her school experience was compounded by an experience with a teacher. A teacher whose words opened the door with the children following suit. Amy has written two childrens books "Eggy the Egg and the L.B.N. Club" and :The Adventures of the Kwun-Gee and Uba Dooba Boy" each addressing the problem of bulling with hopes of them being available to be used in schools for awareness. She has begun what she has coined the L.B.N. clubs for elementary students... the Let's Be Nice club. --
This group is not only talented but extremely dedicated to their craft. The Baby Phazz Crew has been invited to and performed in more than 400 shows including schools, churches and community events. The group exudes a postive attiude. They want to help change how young people think and act, and encourage them to make a difference in the world. What better way to do it than through music? The Baby Phazz Crew are trailblazers and trendsetters; presenting ethics, morals, education and positivity as an option in life. In addition, they promote positive messages in their music without the use of curse words or inappropriate lyrics. Their music is young, hip and positive. We welcome you to get to know The Baby Phazz Crew! Become one with them, and become apart of the crew. They are indeed on their way to exhilarating heights.
This is a reproadcast of John Embree & John Danise Discusing the new USPTA high school membership for schools.
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Life's Issues with Lauren Jawno and her special guest Colleen Hierath and James Connor:
Colleen Hierath - How I recovered from severe brain injury by using a wholistic and neuroplasty approach to changing my belief systems, health, wellness and ultimately DNA and life path through habits and routines I set up in visualizations, mediation, prayer, positive thinking, exercise, energy releasing activities, nutrition, repetitive practice, focus, and recovery.
James Connor’s debut novel THE SUPERYOGI SCENARIO is being praised by Kirkus as carving out “a new subgenre” and Midwest Book Review as “a standout” in a world replete with novels. James graduated from the University of Virginia where he received awards as the top student in two departments. He also received a Raven Society award in support of his creative writing. James is the founder of GoBeyond.org, a nonprofit that teaches people how to meditate from authentic scriptural sources in the Mahayana Buddhist and Yoga lineages. After twelve years of detailed scriptural study and giving up a career as the CEO of a successful NYC advertising agency, he recently completed a three-year meditation retreat.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Dr. Elizabeth Pieroth and Christine Golic.
About Dr. Elizabeth Pieroth
Elizabeth M. Pieroth, PsyD, ABPP is a Board Certified Clinical Neuropsychologist and the Associate Director of the NorthShore University HealthSystem Sports Concussion Program (Evanston, IL). She has been involved in the assessment of players in the National Hockey League since 1997 and is the Head Injury/Concussion specialist for the Chicago Bears, Blackhawks, White Sox, and Fire and numerous colleges and high schools across the State of Illinois. Dr. Pieroth is also on the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Association of Illinois and is a member of the USA Football Heads Up Advisory Committee and the US Soccer Concussion Task Force. She has written on concussion management and neuropsychological assessment
About Christine Golic, NFL Consultant on Youth Football
Christine Golic is the NFL’s Consultant on Youth Football and a member of the Heads Up Football Advisory Committee. As a wife and mother of three, Golic has spent a lifetime around sports. She is a passionate advocate for children participating in athletics and understands the positive impact that sports can play on their lives. Golic is the wife of Mike Golic, a nine year NFL veteran and cohost of ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning, and mother of two sons, Mike and Jake, who both played football at the University of Notre Dame. She also has a daughter Sydney who is a swimmer at Notre Dame.
Grab your tea and listen to Andy Zee. Andy Zee is the spokesperson for Revolution Books, and is an advocate for the new synthesis of communism developed by Bob Avakian.
Andy Zee has hosted conversations with Eve Ensler, Edwidge Danticat, Lewis Lapham, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Herb Boyd, Walter Mosley, Wallace Shawn and many others - he tells us about his move to Philly and the new Indiegogo campaign to re-open Revolution Books in Harlem! Today's show was taped live with Danny Tisdale on Harlem World Radio. www.revolutionbooksnyc.org
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Join the Tribe and I in a hearty discussion on the topic of Parent Resource Centers. Just how can our African American families re-build our communities by, rising up Parent Resource Centers throughtout the the Inter-cities in or to replace our libaries? This is what Doctor Johnson was speaking of. how we can re-stateblish our communities and schools through organizing our parents and rebuilding community again. Do we need a "NEW EDUCATION SYSTEM" and Should Special Education be reconsidered for a full examination? Join us in our discussion.