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When the time comes that an elder needs a higher level of care than can be safely provided at home, you are faced with choosing an optimal assisted living or memory care community or home. Yes, a variety of sizes are available you can research for the most comfortable fit for your parent.
There are large communities of sixty to one hundred apartments vs. a small personal care home or better known as group homes of six to eight residents. The opinion of professionals working with seniors swing drastically on the ideal placement depending of the client’s personality and care needs.
This segment Adult Children with Aging Parents on BlogTalkRadio will cover the pros and cons of each setting. Listen in on April 28th ant 10am MDT-http://tobtr.com/8632757
Victorious Living, is the place where we discuss the word of God each time we meet. The order or our show is:
prayers and concerns
The word of God that we hope will courage the old way of thinking, and will enlighten us to the need to better care for our bodies. We have discussed the importance of drinking more water and rest for our bodies.We hope to have Dr. T. Jackson back with us real soon!
Don't forget every Friday Live or when you have time on your computer, handheld device. Our old shows are still available and of course the latest ones.
Listen in and be blessed!
JOHN VESPASIAN is the author of seven books about rational living, including "When Everything Fails, Try This" (2009), "Rationality Is the Way to Happiness" (2009), "The Philosophy of Builders: How to Build a Great Future with the Pieces from Your Past" (2010), "The 10 Principles of Rational Living" (2012), "Rational Living, Rational Working: How to Make Winning Moves When Things Are Falling Apart" (2013), "Consistency: The Key to Permanent Stress Relief" (2014), and "On Becoming Unbreakable: How Normal People Become Extraordinarily Self-Confident" (2015).
Master chef Ramon Weldon, whose highly successful blog, http://weldonramon.blogspot.com, teaches people how to revamp their "ordinary menus" into "extraordinary food events". He gives you all the details from appetizers to entrees to desserts and divine drinks and gives you a powerful thought to carry you through the day with his "Food for the Soul" antidotes.
Food for The Soul is design to help feed your mind, relationships and personal growth. Chef Ramon Weldon will give you great recipes and life living suggests, also help with personal growth that will help build a better relationship with you and others. Check out my website ramon.firstfitness.com
To leave feedback or ask Questions please email me at email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org or my website cheframonweldon.com
Widens Dorsainville, also known as Pkolo “The Producer”, has been creating music since he was a child. “Creating has always been a part of me” says Pkolo, “I remember sitting at my table watching my Aunt Saundra blogging about music while she was studying to become a doctor”. Through experiences like this, he realized that music was a universal language that affected all people, whether they were in the industry, studying in school, or living on the street. Recognizing music’s broad appeal, Pkolo was inspired to channel his creativity through the medium of music, and he was determined to create that which would strongly affect those around him. In the year 1999, Pkolo relocated to New Jersey after separating from his family, who resided in Haiti. He found himself surrounded with various cultures and new experiences that he had never been exposed to. Curious and enthusiastic, he delved into these new experiences with an open mind. It was during this time that he discovered his true love; Hip Hop music. “I had always listened to hip hop but never really paid much attention to it. Then one day Hot 97 had put on this one song, (Quiet Storm by Mobb Deep), and I was immediately hooked” recalls Pkolo. Hip hop had found Pkolo. Pkolo had found his lifes work
What's new at TANC and PPT? Discussion and application of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
On this episode, the hosts talk private exchanges, defined contribution and more with special guests from WEX Health and the Council for Affordable Health Coverage.
For the first segment, the hosts welcome Brian Ridder, VP of Healthcare Exchange Sales at WEX Health, back to the program. Brian will provide listeners with a brief overview of WEX Health, which is the result of WEX’s acquisition of Evolution1 and Benaissance over the past 18 months. Additionally, Brian will provide insight into cutting-edge applications of consolidated premium billing. These applications include group-based employer billing, featuring “Review and Repair” capabilities and unique application of individual consumer consolidated billing in the retiree market leveraging account-based HRA tools.
The second guest is Joel White, President of the Council for Affordable Health Coverage, an organization whose mission is to promote policies that increase competition, maximize consumer choice and ensure everyone has access to affordable coverage. Prior to CAHC, Joel spent twelve years on Capitol Hill as professional staff, where he helped enact nine laws, including the 2002 Trade Act, which created health care tax credits; the 2003 law that established the Medicare prescription drug benefit and health savings accounts; the 2005 Deficit Reduction Act and the 2006 Tax Reform and Health Care Act, which reformed Medicare payment policies. In this interview, Joel discusses why defined contribution is a necessary transition for promoting employer choice in health coverage.
Rose of Sharon Faith Ministries is the ultimate Christian Community Center. It is a place to worship, relax, and do business for people from all denominations and backgrounds in one exquisitely beautiful, convenient location. This Christian Community Center is a visionary project that entails creating an atmosphere of oneness while seeing to the corporate needs of the people.
Our goal is to uplift and unify communities around the world while providing valuable market resources; becoming a one-stop shop for all your spiritual needs.
Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon pose the question: rather than asking what it means to become gods, maybe we should focus on a more basic question. How do we become (fully) human?
The Immortality Upgrade
Is the Mormon Transhumanist Association working out the roadmap to godhood?
Google's chief futurist Ray Kurzweil thinks we could start living forever by 2029
But even before 2045, Kurzweil thinks we could begin the deathless process.
Why Physicists Are Saying Consciousness Is A State Of Matter, Like a Solid, A Liquid Or A Gas
The experimental diet that mimics a rare genetic mutation
Novelty and the Brain: Why New Things Make Us Feel So Good
Craig Venter's new longevity startup will make "100 the new 60"
Carlos Malcolm was born in Panama 1935 to Jamaican parents and grew up in Kingston. His father, Wilfred Malcolm, went to Panama and worked as a bookkeeper in the Panama Canal Zone. He became a prominent business man in the city of Colon, established homes in both countries and sent his five children back to Jamaica to be educated. Having studied the liturgy and music of the Anglican (Episcopalian) Church, Wilfred Malcolm was an Anglican church choir director for many years. He also played trombone in the "Jazz Aristocrats", a Panamanian Dixieland band for which he was manager, and he took the band to Jamaica in 1936
This probably accounts for Carlos's notoriety among peers as a "musical chameleon" because he arranges music and functions comfortably in a variety of musical cultures and genres. His father and a few prominent West Indian businessmen in Panama formed a committee that brought to Panama world-class Black American artists in the performing arts. As a child, Carlos recalls listening from the bedroom to conversations and laughter from guests, including celebrated artistsPaul Robeson (baritone), Marian Anderson (contralto), Hazel Scott–Powell (wife of Adam Clayton Powell Jr., of Abyssinia Baptist Church of Harlem) as they came to late dinners after recitals at a local theatre.
Carlos's father taught him to play the trombone. He also recognised Carlos's natural gift for creating and arranging music and supported his son's desire to pursue an education in the arts. Carlos holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Union Institute and University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
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