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Blythe LaGasse and Barb Else will be on the show on November 9 to talk about Disaster Preparedness and Recovery. Blythe is a renowned music therapist and professor at Colorado State University, who learned first-hand about disaster recovery after losing her house in the Colorado wild fires. Barb Else is a music therapist and Red Cross volunteer who coordinates the American Music Therapy Association's disaster response efforts.
Here are the latest news, updates and development of The Rockaways as disaster recovery and relief efforts continues. We will be providing updates as we get them.
The cloud has been out for years, but does it become a replacement for backups and your distaster recovery solution? We'll walk through the options and help you determine the options with cloud and distater recovery when it comes to Microsoft products.
We will be talking to Erwin Acle. Erwin Acle is an associate at Childress Duffy, a boutique law firm handling insurance issues both nationally and internationally. He focuses his practice on insurance recovery, with an emphasis on construction defect issues, and his experience also includes representing clients in property damage and personal injury lawsuits. Erwin is also a contributor to Ris
Forrester Principal Analyst and Research Director Stephanie Balaouras discusses disaster recovery, its growing importance among small businesses and proper planning strategy with host Todd Smith.
http://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshow When publishing an eBook, it’s smart to promote it with sample chapters or an author interview. But what about producing your own audiobook to accompany it as well? Producing an audiobook can be time consuming, but it’s extremely fun and makes your book available in yet another medium.Tom Taormina is our second guest he will share his stories on NASA- was a member of the Apollo 13 disaster recovery team at Mission Control in Houston His experiences during his 14 years at NASA formed the foundation for his ability to rapidly analyze problems, diagnose solutions and work with enlightened business people to implement successful outcomes.
Xavier Figueroa. President at the Brain Health and Healing Foundation, received his doctoral degree in 2003 from the University of Washington’s Program in Neurobiology & Behavior in the Department of Environmental Health and Toxicology. His doctoral training was followed up by two post-doctoral fellowships within the Department of Bioengineering. His experience within academic research exposed him to the undercurrents of research politics, that silently shape how science is done and how results are interpreted. This experience made him aware of the need to maintain an open mind and champion deserving and fruitful ideas, such as the use of hyperbaric oxygen therapy for the treatment of neurological injuries. For more information see: www.brainjury.org/blog
Recovery Now is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. I introduce topics, and guests share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we discover the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery...Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. :)
Some nights we will have a featured guest, others we will introduce a topic of recovery, encouraging callers to join us in the discussion. The second part of the show is Open Mic and some great Indy Music, sure to inspire.
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org and “Like” me at facebook.com/inaflash.org
TONIGHT 7 P.M. -JOIN OUR BELOVED BROTHER AND SISTER AS THEY PROVIDE LIFE SAVING TECHNIQUES THAT WILL BE VITAL IN A DISASTER. THEY WILL EXPOUND ON HOW TO SURVIVE IN HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS THAT OFTEN ARISE IN TIME OF CRISIS. HOSTED BY BRO. RUDOLPH T. MUHAMMAD AND SIS. LACHELE MUHAMMAD. TONIGHT THEY WELCOME SIS. CHRISTINA MUHAMMAD AND BRO. CAPT. KHALID GREEN. THEY WILL DISCUSS THE 55.5 MILE WALK FROM GALVESTON, TEXAS TO HOUSTON, TEXAS TO CALL ATTENTION TO DISASTER PREPAREDNESS. CALL IN TO LISTEN, LEARN, AND SURVIVE 646-716-5971.
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Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio is happy to welcome you to Survivors World. Tonight we speak with author of the novel 'Deaf, Dumb, Blind & Stupid' the story of a child's fight for survival in the insanity of family abuse, Mr. Tremayne Moore. This story focuses on a young boy who shares with a Pastor throughout the abuse he endures in journal & diary, the injustice and lack of awareness from society about the issues surrounding abuse itself and especially those related to Male Victims/Survivors. The feature review by Lynn C. Tolson on Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery, 'Tolsons Review'.
Take a deep breath in and blow the bad thoughts into the wind like dandelion seeds. Get ready and join us for a fabulous interview with this incredible author & inspirational speaker. There is a lot we still need to understand about abuse overall, and especially giving men & boys the same understanding and resources of recovery, which in past were developed for our women & girls.
Know that you deserve all of life's many blessings. You desrve a safe place to sleep. You deserve respect. You deserve kindness and support. You deserve as much love as you freely give to others. You deserve roses in your garden of life.
This is SURVIVORS WORLD and we welcome all to come share the glorious power of YOU with us. Call into our show at 347-215-7754 or join in our always welcoming chatroom to connect with others.
We never know who's life we'll touch with a story. Our shows are not any form of professional therapeutic or legal advice. This is a support system production from Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery. As we come here together we hope you will learn the knowledge and feel the power to LIVE STRONG & FLY FREE!!! Thank you - Trish McKnight
Little has been said on any prepper program about how to help yourself or others who have ostomies during disaster time!!! I will share 3 ideas to create or use appliances designed for longer term use when ostomy supplies are unavailable. What might a well equipped medic carry in his or her STAT PAK to help people who have a wide range of ostomy shapes and sizes? How to help folks who have ostomies emotionally through times of change and trauma to cope with the fear of having an ostomy emergency?