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Dr. Eleanor Barbera is the author of My Better Nursing Home and a licensed psychologist consulting in long-term care facilities in the New York City area. She frequently lectures on subjects related to psychology, aging, and nursing homes. Dr. El consults with organizations, institutions, and individuals around eldercare issues. In addition to working in direct care, she helps others use psychological insights to build teams and create relationships that lead to thriving people and facilities.
Dr. El has worked in long-term care for over 15 years, and been in the mental health field since she was 19 years old. If you want to learn how psychological insights can transform your nursing home experience, she’s the right person to consult with.
Dr. El knows and understands long-term care from a perspective few others use or know. She uses psychological secrets in her own work and then passes that knowledge along to others in her seminars and workshops.
If you want your residents and staff and families to thrive, you should contact Dr. El. She teaches a range of topics within the field of long-term care. They include, but are certainly not limited to:
How to work with younger residents How to engage families to become part of the team How to create an emotionally healing environment How to help residents with substance abuse and mental health problems How to create activities that energize the whole community And, much, much more! http://www.mybetternursinghome.com/
With years of experience in outreach ministry I am now reaching outside the church to present this workshop to campus ministries and churches across the nation. Never attending Church in my life (growing up a Jehovah’s Witness), campus ministry is how the Lord revealed Himself to me and it changed my life forever. Sometimes you may never see your fruit but you share the Gospel anyway. From fan to follow of Christ.My testimony tells it all.
In this week's podcast, Ken Freeman, to celebrate his birthday, shares about his passion: Introducing the mission & results of Last Harvest-The Outreach. Don't miss this short, but highly informative and exciting look at a way you can be part of making a real difference in today's world!
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1st SEGMENT: COMMUNITY VIBE
TOPIC: "The Invisible Man In The Room...Where's DADDY?" This week we're taking a look at the Rapidly Vanishing Father Figure from the AMERICAN HOME, this is more than just a BLACK & WHITE thing, this is a multi-cultural thing and the fallout is leaving the burning question behind, Where Are Our FATHERS?
2nd SEGMENT: BEHIND CLOSED DOORS
TOPIC: "To Avoid The CHILL, Bring The FIRE" , We're going to explore the things that keep passion alive and aswer the questions to the HOW, WHAT and WHEN's of intmacy, in order to avoid the NO PASSION CHILL that can impair and ULTIMATELY destroy a realationship...
James Kessee VS Dennis C.Latham - debate on the american flag
From FaceBook Post by Dennis C. Latham
My comment about the caucasian woman who grabbed and snatched an american flag from protestors of the opposite race who were walking on it -
Dennis C. Latham
her god is a flag - that represents a satanic nation started on abuse, beating, cheating, harming, hating, hurting, murdering, racism, raping and stealing.
draping that flag over dead soldier is nothing - you need to drape yourself in THE BLOOD OF JESUS.
James Kessee Not only is your view on the American flag disrespectful but its also extremely ignorant and insensitive to the many Soldiers, fireman, etc. that have made the ultimate sacrafice. Whether you like it or not, that flag has given many hope when there was none. I can personally say when I went to Iraq I had no prouder moment then the moment I looked at the flag and said "this is how you represent your country". You are clearly a well educated man but this is by far just a dumb and ignorant statement. Dion E. Evans I am curious as to your views as well.
Here is an article taken from a News paper coming out of South Africa Yesterday. "Shackled, four men who allegedly stabbed Emmanuel Sithole to death at the weekend smiled at their loved ones, even sharing a joke, as they were led to the holding cells of Johannesburg's Alexandra Magistrate's Court.
"They were laughing just like that as they walked away from killing my brother," wept Sithole's sister Thando Sithole.
"They hunted him down like a dog. They killed him like a dog in the street. And now they laugh.''
Speaking after Mthinto Bhengu, Sizwe Mngomezulu, Ayanda Sibiya and Sifundi Mzimela appeared in court, Thando Sithole was unable to contain her rage.
"We want justice. We want them to get life. They must get life for taking a life. They must never taste freedom again."
Sithole's younger sister, Jordina Masia, who was with Emmanuel when he was attacked, said she had pleaded with the men not to hurt him. "I begged. I cried. I asked them not to. They killed him because when they took his cigarettes without paying, Emmanuel confronted them, demanding payment. Just like that they killed him."
A series of photographs in the Sunday Times chronicling the Mozambican trader's murder in Alexandra on Saturday continues to enrage South Africans.
That rage, compounded by Monday night's shooting of a Zimbabwean couple in Alexandra, prompted the government to deploy hundreds of troops to the township and other xenophobia flashpoints, including in KwaZulu-Natal.
Late last night, about 400 police, supported by heavily armed infantry soldiers in armoured vehicles, shut down large sections of Jeppestown, Johannesburg." With the greatest of scrutiny and disbelief I am watching as the Fall of African Unity begins
Okay I did a great episode for my TGIF segment and the damn show did NOT get recorded. It's okay. My Saturday show will be even that much better. I'll be talking about the untimely death of Freddie Gray, and the history of violence with the Baltimore Police Department and its citizens. I'll also be looking at the TPP with its Pros and Cons. I'll also speak on the most recent trending topics of the day.
Socialization is the process by which children and adults learn from others. We begin learning from others during the early days of life; and most people continue their social learning all through life (unless some mental or physical disability slows or stops the learning process). -
Who have we learned from for over 400 years? What do we know about ourselves? Who have we been trained to be? Who will our children and grandchildren become.
As Africans, must re-educate ourselves, cast aside the corrupt programming and prepare to properly educate future generations.
Remember, the education of an African child starts in the home.
Romantic relationships always seem to start out great. So why are most of them over within months, if not weeks? And why do they so often result in pain, bitterness and regret? Here's a hint: It's in the FOUNDATION. This week, we're talking about the criteria we are taught to use as standards for finding a mate--and why you MUST reject them if you want healthy, loving relationships that last. If you want to make better relationship choices in the future, or get a current relationship on a more solid foundation, tune in!
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