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Today is Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Obama announced he was making that official. I can only imagine the media spins that are being constructed right now to cement in the public mind that it is only family and friends who abuse, neglect and exploit the elderly.
We know better. We know family and friends account for only 4-5 % of the abuse of the elderly. The remainder is at the hands of professionals who game the system in order to loot the estate. But mainstream media won't even mention that!
Tonights show will highlight many of the cases of professional predators operating within corrupt probate courts across the country that have stolen billions from the elderly while holding them prisoner in what usually turns out to be a sub-standard facility. Forced medication, anyone?
Please feel free to call in with your comments or questions.
In honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day which takes place on June 15, Peter Gwaltney of the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation joins the show. Gwaltney talks about how the Foundation enables banks a way to earn CRA credit through the sponsorship of their program in senior housing facilities, HUD communities and Veterans homes in the form of community development loans, CRA-qualified investments and grants.
This radio segment will focus on our aging population, the impact this has on our society, the issue of ageism, and how community-based programs can work together to prevent and respond to abuse and neglect in later life.
Listeners will hear from experts on this topic from the National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life and the University of California Irvine Center of Excellence on Elder Abuse & Neglect, with support being provided by the National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.
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Tonight's special guest is Dr Janet Rosenzweig, MS, PhD, MPA, the national consultant for child sexual abuse prevention for Prevent Child Abuse America. In 2011, she drew on her experiences as a sex educator working with child abuse prevention to write "The Sex-Wise Parent: The Parent's Guide Protecting Your Child, Strengthening Your Family, and Talking to Kids about Sex, Abuse, and Bullying." Based on her experience, academic research and scores of interviews, this book has been hailed as a "breakthrough" full of "sound information and advice -- a must read for parents." Dr Rosenzweig writes, "Abusers count on the fact that kids don't like to speak to their parents about sex, and you don't want that to be true on your family." She says to use the news stories that appear concerning child abuse as an opportunity to teach your kids that people who sexually abuse children put their own pleasure above the pain they cause children. "Remind them that sometimes they dress it up like a friendship or a love relationship to confuse the child (or teen!). Remind them that anyone who wants to be sexual with a young person is selfish at best and a criminal at worse." NAASCA has often posted her shorter works in the "Featured Articles" and / or "News of the Week" sections of our web site. Dr Rosenzweig has been presenting workshops to parent and professional groups promoting the ideal that parents must be the primary sex educators of their children, learning how to support their overall sexual health and safety in the home, school and community.
Speak Life Radio ~ Abuse Is Not LOVE!!!
Blessings beautiful family and welcome back to another amazing show! We are continuing to"STOP THE CYCLE OF SILENCE ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE" this whole month of October and beyond. DON'T GET IT TWISTED ... ABUSE IS NOT LOVE however, some people are brainwashed into believing it is!!!! Many Men, Women and Children are suffering all over the world from this horrible epidemic and many by people that claim to love them!!!! We have two incredible women who are survivors of Domestic Violence on the show tonight, Minister Rita Perry ~ Founder of Helping Hearts To Heal Ministry, 5Ps Women of God, Preschool teacher for over 25 years, she is also the owner of ReRe's Chocolate Delights Candy and ReRe & Things. We also have joining us Minister Connie Davis ~ Founder of Daddy's Girl Ministry, Speaker and writer/blogger on Domestic Violence. Connie is currently persuing her degree in Psychology so that she can be a LPC and also pursuing a certificate to be a life coach. She has a desire that every woman would come into the knowledge of the Father's love for them and understand their value and worth through His love. Join us on this lifetime journey as we allow our past to push us into our present and into our future. Let's heal together!!!!
Guess what day it is? Guess what day it is? Hump Day After Dusk Wednesday! .Ceddy J interviews Model/Artist Dymyneyz, who is on the most recent cover of Human Canvas Magazine's Cosplay Edition. She also shares her experience domestic violence experience in light of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We welcome listeners to share their feedback through social media and calling-in at 347-202-0389.
Topics discussed: Child Sex Trafficking, Child Sex Exploitation, Internet Crimes against Children, Missing and Exploited Children, Aggravated Physical Abuse, and Questionable parenting
We celebrate reaching Wednesday (Hump Day) by playing groovy cool Psychedelic Music from Randy Hlden , Octopus Syng, Rick Hromadka, Striped Bananas, Strawberry Alarm Clock and more .
Who is your Master? Is life controlling you? Are you aware of how powerful you are? The truth of the human is expansive and it is our endeavor to explor human consciousness, our spiritual roots. It is our only desire to bering truth into life for all people that week. All things are a unique expression and here is our journey one of uniqueness of self a divine expression. Let us hela now the individual then the planet. We are open to all ideas that move us all forward.
In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace we address one of our services: AKUMA SAA - Substance Abuse Abstinence in the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) Community. We have a ritual method K.U.U.M. rooted in our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion which is utilized to overcome addictions.
AKUMA SAA addresses:
The nature of substance abuse in the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) community as a new form of enslavement
The promotion and distribution of alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, cocaine and other drugs as an act of war against the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) community
The pathway to substance abuse abstinence utilizing tools inherent within our Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Culture.
We will examine our book:
NKWAMUA - Whole Life Journal
Also, see our AKUMA SAA page on our website:
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