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  • 00:30

    Pick Up and Move Forward!

    in Goals

    Today Arthur will be inspiring us with ideas about Fall Cleaning and how to do some self- maintenance on our thoughts, habits and life style to prepare us for the months ahead. Stressing the importance of reviewing our goals, he will also have us look at our history of success and our collection of Life Lessons and what we have learned. These activities empower and energize us to move forward and make the rest of this year very productive.

  • 00:09

    How to move forward with living your life?

    in Relationships

    Speak life into relationships and determining when it is time to move forward or stay.

  • 00:24

    Innovative Device Encourages Movement in Children with Cerebral Palsy

    in Health

    November 5, 2015: For infants, crawling is not only the typical step before walking, it's a gateway to exploration – exploration that encourages a child’s physical, mental, and social development.

    But what happens when a child can’t crawl because he or she doesn’t have the necessary strength or coordination? That’s a situation typically faced by infants with cerebral palsy.

    In this episode of Move Forward Radio, physical therapists Thubi Kolobe, PT, PhD, FAPTA, and Peter Pidcoe, PT, PhD, DPT, discuss their collaboration on a device that provides crucial movement assistance for children with cerebral palsy and other developmental delays. The Self-Initiated Prone Progression Crawler (SIPPC)  is still evolving, but was was one of 13 projects recognized by the Smithsonian Institution’s “Innovation Festival”  in September 2015.

    Download the podcast on iTunes.

    Read more about physical therapist's interventions for children at MoveForwardPT.com. 

  • 01:02

    Are You Inspired to Move Forward

    in Books

    Author Aleysha Proctor gets candid with Denise Turney, host of Off The Shelf, this Saturday at 11 am/EST.  How to get the inspiration, motivation (and courage) to move forward in your life are key topics the two writers/speakers will focus on during the show.
    Tune in to learn what you can do to start moving forward in your life RIGHT NOW!
    Tell a relative, a friend, someone you think could benefit from taking forward steps!
    It's gonna be fun!

  • 00:57

    On Fire To Inspire: Getting Over The Hurt In Order To Move Forward

    in Motivation

    "On Fire To Inspire" with Host "Ms. OnFireToInspire," Aleigha Butler

    Back by popular demand, we will have the wonderful Dr.La-Renda Jones.  Many people get stuck in their circumstances, situations, loss of loved ones and many other obstacles. Dr.La-Renda Jones, Grief Specialist/Counselor (Founder & Owner of Beneath The Grief Ministries) is an expert in helping move forward. She will be the very special guest returning to "On Fire To Inspire" Tuesday, August 25th at 8pm EST.

    Our topic is "Getting Over The Hurt To Move Forward Part 2." Dr. La-Renda Jones is a clinical pastoral counselor with specialty in grief counsel, a board certified professional counselor and a minister.  We will open up the phone lines for questions so make sure you dial in.  Call 929.477.2178 or click blogtalkradio.com/onfiretoinspire

  • 00:27

    Aging Healthy by Decade

    in Health

    October 15, 2015: Throughout October, National Physical Therapy Month, the American Physical Therapy Association is providing resources to help people learn how to #AgeWell. 

    One of the things the #AgeWell campaign makes clear is that you shouldn’t wait until you’re feeling the effects of aging to start thinking about your long-term health.

    In this episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist talks about trends he sees in the clinic and provides age-specific advice for healthy aging.

    Download the podcast on iTunes.

    Read the full list of physical therapist tips for healthy aging at MoveForwardPT.com. 

  • 00:32

    Physical Therapist Tips to Help You #AgeWell

    in Health

    October 1, 2015: October is National Physical Therapy Month, and this year the American Physical Therapy Association is recognizing the occasion with a campaign to educate the public about healthy aging, and releasing a list of  nine physical therapist tips to help you age well.

    In this episode of Move Forward Radio, a physical therapist  discusses some of the themes from that list, which includes information on chronic pain, diabetes, falls, Alzheimer’s disease, heart disease, and several other conditions that currently effect staggeringly large numbers of older adults.

    Download the podcast on iTunes.

    Read the full list of physical therapist tips for healthy aging at MoveForwardPT.com. 

  • 00:37

    Move to Amend Reports w/ Laura Bonham & Egberto Willies

    in Politics


    This week features WAmend campaign director Gabe Meyer and secretary Cindy Black to talk about Washington State Initiative-735, a statewide ballot initiative calling for a constitutional amendment ending corporate personhood and money as speech.

    For more information, visit www.wamend.org or email info@wamend.org.


  • 01:04

    Making Inspired Choices with Coach Linda - 2

    in Self Help

    Show Content:  Have you ever gone through, or watched someone go through one challenge after another, yet still be caring and supportive of others while coping with their own personal challenges?  What gives someone the physical & emotional strength to keep going when the solutions to their problems take a long time?  Guest Lawrence Hester answers these & other questions while sharing compelling stories from his life’s journey.  Join us for an hour of uplift & encouragement!  Host’s Bio: Linda Stephens-Jones, CCLC, ACC, provides Christian life coaching to individuals & small groups live or via teleconference & Skype across the U.S. & globally.  She specializes in helping women to overcome & effectively manage major life challenges. Her clients discover their strengths & spiritual gifts, gain clarity & start focusing on what matters most to them.  Guest Bio:  Mr. Lawrence ‘Larry’ Hester, a native North Carolinian & his wife Carrie, reside in Springfield, VA.  From 1989 to the present, he has faithfully served as Chairman of the Deacon/Deaconess Ministry at Antioch Baptist Church, Fairfax Station, VA.  He is an Army veteran with over 21 years of honorable service in the Air Defense Artillery Branch, which included a tour in Vietnam (71-72.)  He taught mathematics in Fairfax County Public Schools and was also a well-known entrepreneur, selling sports memorabilia through his ShortStop Baseball Card Shop at the Springfield & Potomac Mills Malls from 1991–2008.  Larry’s walks through life challenges have been witnessed by many & left many inspired!! 

  • 01:08

    Making Inspired Choices with Coach Linda

    in Self Help

    CONTENT: Know how it feels when you’re down, feeling alone with no one around who can relate to what you’re going through?  We’ve all been there at some point, right?  Beginning Nov 10th at 12 noon, you’ll have a place that you can tune into online for an hour of uplift & encouragement!   Making Inspired Choices with Coach Linda is designed to be a safe, inviting community to connect & uncover new choices for your life. Linda’s guests will share personal stories of life challenges & triumphs.  Listen in the 2nd & 4th Tuesday at noon. HOST’S BIO: Linda Stephens-Jones, CCLC, ACC, provides Christian-based coaching to individuals & small groups live or via teleconference & Skype across the U.S. & globally. She specializes in helping women to overcome & manage major challenges such as relationship issues, grief, divorce, careers, self-doubt, or lack of purpose.  Her clients discover their strengths & spiritual gifts, gain clarity & focus on what matters most to them. GUEST BIO: Mr Lonnie Williams, retired Sr VP of Scientific & Commercial Systems Corporation SCSC.   Mr Williams’ stellar performance includes managing cross-functional staffs of up to 300 people, e.g., supply, equipment, facilities, transportation, HR, training & public safety.  Mr Williams is a veteran, serving honorably for over 20 years with the US Army Corps of Engineers, managing, planning & programming construction projects from minefields to bridges to airfield runways. His extensive travel includes six continents & all but four of the United States!  A man of great faith who loves God and his family, he gives & serves wholeheartedly as a trustee & leader in other ministries at Antioch Baptist Church, Fairfax Station, VA.

  • 00:31

    Move Forward!

    in Lifestyle

    In this episode, leading Empowerment Specialist Jamelle Sanders empowers you to move beyond setbacks and disappointments and empowers you with the strategies you need to move forward in your life. Don't miss this insightul show!