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Olivia Y. Mississippi and her little sister Barbour Mississippi having Lived through foster care wanted to do something to inspire and encourage other children that have gone through this or any other life experience they may need to talk about.
The names was Olivia Y Mississippi idea based on a law suit done in Mississippi olivia y v barbour
Olivia Y Mississippi wanting to be a Attorney was inspired by the work Marcia Lowry has done to help children.
Olivia Y Mississippi will decide what the show is about. Take calls from other children. Also she will Facebook and tweet other children. This show was created to be a voice for Children and to help children that may need a healthy outlet and may not have one.
Olivia Y Mississippi Childrens Internet Radio
Radio continues to give a voice to thousands of children across the developing world
During 2015: Radio continues to be the most important tool to provide young people with information and give a voice to children across the developing world, many of whom live in remote or disaster-prone areas, says child rights organisation Plan International.
From early and forced marriage to child abuse, children across the world are using community radio and participatory radio initiatives to voice their opinion on a range of issues that affect their lives. They are also using the power of radio to advocate for their rights, support other young people and make themselves heard.
Hillary Feerick and Jeff Hillenbrand have been married for 15 years and have two young children. Months before their first child was born, they began to delve more deeply into infant and maternal nutrition. Health and wellness were priorities for their family, and they wanted to give their children the healthiest start possible. Six years later, compelled by the difficulties of raising healthy children in a fast-paced, junk-food-filled world, they decided to combine their expertise in health (Jeff holds a BS in exercise science) and writing (Hillary holds a BA and MA in English and is an English teacher) to create Mitch Spinach, a healthy role model for children. They wrote the first book in the series, The Secret Life of Mitch Spinach, with a passion to help abate the trend in nutrition-related diseases, such as type II diabetes, childhood obesity, ADD, ADHD, and chronically low immune systems.
Hillary Feerick and Jeff Hillenbrand have been married for 15 years and have two young children. Months before their first child was born, they began to delve more deeply into infant and maternal nutrition. Health and wellness were priorities for their family, and they wanted to give their children the healthiest start possible. Six years later, compelled by the difficulties of raising healthy children in a fast-paced, junk-food-filled world, they decided to combine their expertise in health (Jeff holds a BS in exercise science) and writing (Hillary holds a BA and MA in English and is an English teacher) to create Mitch Spinach, a healthy role model for children. They wrote the first book in the series, The Secret Life of Mitch Spinach, with a passion to help abate the trend in nutrition-related diseases, such as type II diabetes, childhood obesity, ADD, ADHD, and chronically low immune systems. Please visit: www.MitchSpinach.com
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Drew Warnick, MD, Orthopaedic Surgeon, AllSports Medicine at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Dr. Warnick graduated from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois. He completed an orthopaedic surgery residency at the Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL, followed by a fellowship in pediatric orthopaedic surgery and pediatric sports medicine at the Atlanta Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.
Dr. Warnick was awarded the Charles M. Schwartz traveling fellowship and studied at the Adidas Sports Medicine Clinic in Auckland, New Zealand after finishing his fellowship. Dr. Warnick is an Affiliate Assistant Professor in the USF Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine.
His interests include pediatric sports medicine and problems of the hip in children and adolescents. His specialized training included arthroscopic surgery of the hip, knee, shoulder, elbow and ankle. He is trained in hip preservation techniques, including those amenable to treatment with surgical dislocation of the hip and the Ganz periacetabular osteotomy.
Dr. Warnick enjoys all aspects of pediatric orthopedics and has a special interest in sports medicine and hip preservation.
To learn more about Dr. Warnick and All Children’s Hospital tune in Wednesday, August 19 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio
Suzy Davies is the author of "Snugs The Snow Bear." This is her debut Children's Fiction book, which is the first one of a series.Suzy was born in Reading, Berkshire, and lived in Aberystwyth, Wales, in her early childhood. The idyllic location instilled in her a love of the sea, which has endured throughout her life.She has lived in Brighton, Sussex, where she taught English, and studied for a Masters Degree in Twentieth Century English Literature.
One day, Suzy was walking along the beach at Southbourne, when she caught sight of a chalky white bear on the Isle of Wight cliffs. The sight of the enchanting bear captured her imagination, and the idea for Snugs was born. Suzy met a fellow writer on LinkedIn earlier this year when on holiday in Florida. They have now married, and Suzy lives with her editor/writer husband in Deltona, Florida, The US!
When Suzy is not writing, there is plenty to inspire her in Florida! Suzy enjoys exploring Florida's nature walks, and coastal walks on the famous Daytona Beach, with its abundance of bird life, including seagulls, pelicans, and terns. She loves listening to a variety of music, and enjoys animation. She likes cooking, and reading all kinds of books. Her 1st book was the hit Johari's Window
Today we’re going to review Childrens Lighthouse Learning Centers, a franchise that provides educational child care for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years and after school care to age 12.
Joining us is Stephen Dixon, Vice President of Franchise Development with Childrens Lighthouse Franchise Company.
Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. It celebrates the contribution that fathers and father figures make for their children's lives. You dont have to be the biological father to experience a bond with a child. The Southern Warrior Sister-Tribe invite their husbands to be a part of the show...Dr. David A. Hancock, Mr. Kirby Totty, Mr. Robert Sells, and Mr. Chris Donaldson. Fathers are Priceless!
On this episode, Princess Fumi & Her Southern Warrior Sister will explore the following:
(1). What role do fathers' and father figures' play in the lives of our children?
(2). How does it mold and shape our homes, communities, and world at large?
(3). How do you maneuver being a step-father?
What advice would our fathers' give those who are biological fathers' as well as Step-dads?
And Lots More...
Our Blog: www.southernwarriorsistertribe.com
"TInkering is a place where kids can pic up sticks and hammers and other dangerous objects, and be trusted." -Founder, Geves Tulley.
Have you watched "Life lessons through tinkering" on TED Talks? My hubby & I are thouroughly addicted to these shows on Netflix. We can;t get enough of them, especially the ones about our childrens health & education.
After you hear how Jonathan Markowitz Bijur explains his passion for tinkering & working with kids, then tune into the episode I mention above. It's all so fascinating that even if you don't have kids you'll want to know this stuff. It's about unlocking different parts of our brains & problem solving & exploring. All good things for us grown-ups too.
If you are an educator or have a teacher in your life, please share this podcast with them (Hit LIKE & Share!)
If you do have kids, then join us for open house & get your hands on experince (plus I hear there might be donuts) and the first 100 hundred people at the door get a free t-shirt! It's the coolest place with extraordinarily dedicated people. For all the details click here & join us MomAngeles moms who will be there Sunday, September 13 from 10am-2 unveiling Tinkering Club LA!
Childrens Sunday Scholol from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm est.
Adults 1-3pm est.
1. Who made you?
2. What is your Nationality?
3. What is your Birth Right?
4. Who are the Moors?
5. What is Moorish Science?
6. How did the prophet began to uplift the Moorish Americans?
7. Do You know that your child is entitled to a name and anationality at birth?
8. What is the declaration of Human Rights?
Come bring you and your family to Sunday School where these questions you can ask and get questions answered every Sunday from 1-3PM est. On Blog talk Radio 646-478-5157
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Rachel Dawkins, MD, our medical director and director of Clinical Experiences for Physicians in Training at All Children’s Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Originally from the St. Petersburg/ Clearwater area, Dr. Dawkins completed undergraduate and medical school at the University of Miami. She moved to New Orleans for residency at Louisiana State University, where she also completed a year as chief resident. As a faculty member at LSU, Dr. Dawkins spent six years as an associate program director for the pediatric residency program. Dr. Dawkins is immediate past chair of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Young Physicians. Her research and interests are in advocacy, resident education and childhood obesity.
Dr. Dawkins lives in St. Petersburg, FL. She is a huge football fan and loves exploring downtown St. Petersburg.
To learn more about Dr. Dawkins and her position as medical director and director of Clinical Experiences for Physicians in Training, tune in Wednesday, August 5 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio
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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. --
Welcome to the World of Baby Miss America!
Meet Natasha King, mother of Tiny Miss America 2014, Aniyah Clark, as she talks about her miracle baby! Amaris Rodriguez mother of Mini Miss America 2014 Arestin Rodriguez of Lubbock, Texas discusses why she entered her baby in the Search for America's Most Beautiful Babies.
The 2015 Search for America's Most Beautiful Babies continues with the announcement of the Baby Miss America Texas State Regional Candidate-at-Large Winners.
Join us as we call the Baby Miss Texas Regional Candidate-at-Large Winners LIVE on the air to congratulate their mom's!
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