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Today we have Alex Guerrero, with American Elder Care Research Organization. They produce the website Payingforseniorcare.com. Alex learned the hard way about the challenges associated with caring for the elderly and finding the financial resources to pay for care and today he is going to share his secrets and tools to help you!
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Our 2nd guest will be Dr Al Powers who is known around the world for his forward thinking dementia care. His book "Dementia Beyond Drugs" took the world by storm. I can't wait to talk to him about his new book "Dementia Beyond Disease: Enhancing Well-Being." YOu can get the book at Amazon or Health Propress
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Alzheimer's Speaks Website
Laurie Beth will share with author and blogger, Christian Piatt this week as he releases his #PostChristian book and begins a book tour to promote his message and desire to make a difference in the Church and in life.
As thousands walk away from the church, everyone is wondering: will faith survive the 21st century? Some see the end of morality, others a fitting demise to an oppressive institution. What is clear—is that Christianity as we know it is coming to an end. Fearless and provocative, postChristian offers a roadmap to the future of faith, beginning with an unflinching examination of the church today. Piatt examines the “seven scandals of Christianity”: pride, certainty, lust, greed, judgment, fear, and envy. Piatt writes that these vices have made Christianity “responsible for, or at least complicit in, some of the worst atrocities in history.” But he doesn’t advocate abandoning religion altogether, as he equally examines Christianity’s seven virtues—humility, faith, love, charity, mercy, courage, and justice.
Bold and insightful, postChristian dares Christians to break out of the box and invites outsiders into the fold as together they revolutionize faith for a postmodern world.
CHRISTIAN PIATT is an author, editor, speaker, musician and spoken word artist. Piatt has been featured on NPR's Morning Edition, The Washington Post, Huffington Post, and Sojourners.
Join the show this week or listen to the archive. Share. Keep the faith. Welcome to the show Christian Piatt!
Join us for a conversation with Brenda Premo, Director of The Harris Family Center for Disability and Health Policy (CDHP), at Western University.
CDHP sponsors educational activities and curriculum development for health professionals serving people with disabilities. The Center also conducts applied research to develop continuing education programs for current health care providers. These activities are designed to improve patient care delivery through advocating basic changes in social and policy issues affecting the health of people with disabilities.
Brenda is a frequent lecturer on disability issues in the schools of Pharmacy, Allied Health and Osteopathic Medicine, as well as physician education programs in California. She also co-teaches a class on Disability Culture. She works directly with many managed care organizations’ consulting projects. Her awards and commendations are many. The California State Senate honored her as “Woman of the Year” in 1988 and in 1998 she received the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation’s “Special Achievement Award.”
We'll talk with Brenda about her work at CDHP, her personal and professional experiences, and the future of policies affecting the health of people with disabilities.
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When Bob Dorigo Jones started the Wacky Warning Labels™ Contest 17 years ago he wanted to showcase the lengths to which companies feel they must go to avoid the lawsuit-happy culture that is unique to America. Fast-forward to this year’s Contest, and the “winners” are crazier than ever. As the Contest creator and Senior Fellow for Center for America, which sponsors the Contest, he points out that each year, new and ever-costlier symptoms of the plague of abusive lawsuits on our economy and way of life find their way to the public’s eye. This year, he noticed a new trend in labels and, by extension, lawsuits and lawsuit prevention by foreign companies doing business in the U.S.
In the past, warning labels like the one on a fishing lure that advised: “Harmful if swallowed,” and the baby stroller that cautioned: “Remove child before folding” dominated the contest. However, those warnings almost sound logical compared to the winner of the 2014 contest.
This year, the wackiest warning label in America as selected by the audience of a national television show was found on a cell phone battery booster. It warns: “Get rid of children.”
Bob Dorigo Jones is senior fellow at the Center for America, creator of the annual Wacky Warning Labels™ Contest, and the bestselling author of "Remove Child Before Folding: The 101 Stupidest, Silliest and Wackiest Warning Labels Ever."
God we thank you for this day, an opportunity to be better than yesterday a chance to exemplify what you have granted us in wisdom, knowledge and understanding. Another moment to be a humble blessing to someone and be used to
in humbling firm as someone as someone assigned to me blesses me. Father GOD I thank you for another day that has been anointed and ordained as I am obedient to your call reaching out to whom you know needs a word today. Thank you God for each of our unique walks, loved by you, directed by you and used for your perfect will. Thank you father for not counting us out although we fall short of perfection daily. You are God alone and we are thankful to be in your presences. In Jesus name amen.
Join Shawntel Green CEO Mama, running two companies TIPS for Child Care Institute and JAi Hiring and finding time to motivate us through our daily walks as she embraces her journey. Green is single mom to eight wonderful children ranging in age of newborn to 18. With a house full of tots and teens self talk and motivation is how she makes it through daily obsticles.
Each episode will challenge us to testify in the mist of our 90 days of:
Walking In Expectation
Gratitude Through Daily Testimonials
Hormones can seem like the biggest, most confusing thing to possibly deal with in your life. What if hormone balancing could be as simple as the other things you do daily, like washing your face and brushing your teeth?
Dr. Kendall Hassemer demystifies the world of hormone care and offers you easy, eveyday steps to achieve:
Peace of mind (i.e. no anxiety!)
Clear skin (i.e. no breakouts!)
Natural beauty (i.e. confidence in your body)
Balanced cycle (i.e. bye-bye PMS and spotting)
Today we'll talk about:
How to get a good night's sleep, and why it's so important
How to use luxurious essential oils for health and beauty
How to use seed cycling to balance your hormones
How Kendall stays balanced with yoga (she's a certified and uber experienced yoga teacher)
How nature can balance you right up
Please join your host Bridgit Danner, LAc and Dr. Kendall Hassemer, ND on this straightforward, helpful call.
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Learn more about Bridgit Danner HERE.
Recent research findings indicate that older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering than older adults whose hearing is normal. It has been reported that as many as 27 million Americans over age 50, including two-thirds of men and women aged 70 years and older, suffer from some form of hearing loss. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, close to 8 million people between the ages of 18 and 44 have hearing loss. A study last year from Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute on Aging reported that people with hearing loss have accelerated brain tissue loss, possibly contributing to a decline in memory and other cognitive function.
Also of concern is the fact that only 15 percent of those who need a hearing aid get one, leaving much of the problem and its consequences untreated. Diminished hearing can impact can impact conversation with family members and health care professionals, but what if untreated hearing loss could also impact the diagnosis of dementia?
Join my guest, Dr Lindsey Jorgensen, Audiologist, and Assistant Professor Communication Sciences & Disorders, College of Arts & Sciences, University of South Dakota, as we discuss hearing, cognition, and communication. To learn more about speech, language and hearing health or to locate an audiolgist or speech-language pathologist, visit: www.asha.org
Listen, learn, and join the discussion. Call toll free: (888) 787-5265 or SKYPE
The first leg of a triathlon is the Swim. Ocean swimming can be challenging and potentially dangerous for triathletes. Join Richard Diaz and Chris Sinkovich of 2XU North America discuss; proper fit, care and purchase decision of a great triathlon wetsuit.
Wearing a well-designed wetsuit offers speed, buoyancy and insulation from the cold water. Learn what to look for, what makes a fast wetsuit, the decision to go with sleeves or sleeveless. Learn best practices on putting on the suit and how to get it off quickly in the transition area. Anyone who is planning to race in triathlon and is in the market for a wetsuit should listen to this show!
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On this episode of The QTI Power Hour, listen in as Hosts Jason Lofton and Steve Kucharski debate the merits and the disadvantages of a hike in the minimum wage.
And discover how Kansas's City's Medicine Cabinet is answering the call of local families in need of immediate short-term medical care, providing much needed assistance in the Kansas City metropolitan area for emergency health care needs of the medically under served.
Since the program began in July of 2005, it has provided in excess of $3 million dollars for more than 18,000 services of eye glasses, prescriptions, diabetic supplies, hearing aids and more.
To learn more about The Kansas City Medicine Cabinet, go online to: http://kcmedicinecabinet.org
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