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  • 00:50

    Intimacy, Tantra & Relationships Psychically Fulfilled – 22 May 2015

    in Spirituality

    Join Andrew Aloha “Live”
    In "Intimacy, Tantra & Relationships Psychically Fulfilled"
    Featuring Maha Dakini Lorae


    FriNite, 22 May 2015
    From 7 – 8:30 pm AZT
    This is a Spiritual Image Production’s Event


    This month's Topic – “New York Times, ‘Sex, Dementia and a Husband on Trial at Age 78’”


    Aloha and welcome to Intimacy, Tantra & Relationships Psychically Fulfilled with Andrew Aloha and the rest of the God/desses. This online Tantra Session will be filled with spice, nice, and everything right. Aloha will be joined by Maha Dakini Lorae, Sacred Sexuality Educator, certified Tantric Counselor and Tantric Healer.


    For more on “Intimacy, Tantra & Relationships Psychically Fulfilled” go to http://www.spiritualimageproductions.com/Intimacy_Tantra_and_Relationships_Psychically_Fulfilled


    For more on Andrew Aloha go to www.spiritualimageproductions.com/AndrewServices.html


    Intro music, “This Change Is Going to Do Me Good”, by David Young @ www.davidyoungmusic.com


    For More Visit Us @ www.spiritualimageproductions.com/SIP_divine_events


    WEEKLY WORLD TRANSMISSION MEDITATION GROUP, WedNites, 7 – 9 pm (AZT)
    www.spiritualimageproductions.com/TransmissionMeditation


    90 Day Ascension Journey @ www.90dayascensionjourney.com


    Blessings,
    Andrew Aloha

  • 01:21

    Can Dementia Really Be A Gift?

    in Caregiving

    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio was launched to connect people to wonderful resources, perspectives and support around the world.  Come and join the conversation or just listen in.  All episodes are archived if you can't make the live show.


    Listen to the conversation I have with Maggie La Tourelle, a writer, therapist and teacher who has worked in the field of holistic health care for over thirty years.  Her thoughts and insights after caring for her own mother with dementia are interesting to say the least.  Her book, "The Gift of Alzheimer's - New Insights into the Potential in Alzheimer’s and its Care ," is wonderful and shows a side to the disease many don't think is possible.  Come join the conversation.  I promise it will be interesting and enlightening!  Please note this show is a replay.


    The Gift of Alzheimer's Website


    Maggies general website


    Join an Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial today. No insurance is needed to participate.


    Click Here for more information on Dementia and Caregiving

  • 01:18

    Farewell, Friend: Filmmakers Pamela Hogan & Connie Shulman / Mad Men Postmortem

    in Culture

    Amy Beth is delighted to welcome filmmakers Pamela Hogan and Connie Shulman, who capture the their friend actress and writer Laury Sacks through her struggles, diagnosis and death from a rare and virulent form of dementia in young middle-age in a powerfully moving new documentary Looks Like Laury, Sounds Like Laury.


    We also discuss the long-anticipated series finale of the epic show Mad Men. Now that all the speculation and theories have gone to dust, did Weiner & co live up to the hype? Weigh in.


    And the usual hoopla: Free flow Pop Culture convo, Inspiration to Action shout-outs, humor, music and more!


    Tweet before/during show @abwrites 


    Call during the show 347-857-4505 


    Join us LIVE or later on demand! 


    ***Please support the artists you hear on this show. All books & most music& films are available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iTunes and where ever fine work is sold.  


     

  • 01:07

    Why One Size Does NOT Fit All in Dementia Care.

    in Health

    Join me in welcoming Ellen Belk as my guest on Conversations In Care.  Ellen Belk is the founder of Keep In Mind, Inc. and specializes in Holistic Dementia Care Solutions for both family and professional care partners. Today we will be talking about how One Size Does NOT Fit All in dementia care, and the other dementias that we are seeing more of in the news.


    Make sure to visit Keep In Mind


    Check out all that is going on with Conversations In Care.


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  • 01:05

    Special Lives with guest Ms. Incredible Debbie Oveland

    in Caregiving

    Are you ready to be inspired? Are you ready to find your passion? Are you ready and willing to make the difference? What would it take for someone to dedicate their time and effort to help & to be in service of others with special needs?


    I would like to invite you to meet an amazing woman who has been dedicating her life to be in service of those with special needs. Our guest Debbie Oveland is the founder of SpeciaLives and Bliss-Ability. Debbie brings resources together to help families of young adults with disabilities transition easily into an independent lifestyle. 


    Debbie said: "Greatness is embracing others for the benefit of the greater good.  We are meant to empower others, seek out their greatness, passion, and purpose.  We are all different, which makes us special.  Our acceptance of being special is our bond, our greatness." Beautifully said Debbie.


    Debbie is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Community Leader, Researcher, Author, Speaker, Disabilities Transition Expert, Certified Dementia Coach and Advocate for People with Disabilities


    For more information contact us at: http://YourLifeNow.info or email us at: info@CoachingByRea.com


     


    Disclaimer: This show is intended to be for information purpose and thought provoking. Please seek professional help when needed.


     


     

  • 01:20

    The Gift of Alzheimer's - Yes You Read that Right!

    in Caregiving

    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio was launched to connect people to wonderful resources, perspectives and support around the world.  Come and join the conversation or just listen in.  All episodes are archived if you can't make the live show.


    Today we are honored to have with us a Maggie La Tourelle, a writer, therapist and teacher who has worked in the field of holistic health care for over thirty years.  I can't wait to have her share her thoughts after caring for her own mother with dementia.  Her book, "The Gift of Alzheimer's - New Insights into the Potential in Alzheimer’s and its Care ," is wonderful and shows a side to the disease many don't think is possible.  Come join the conversation.  I promise it will be interesting and enlightening!


    The Gift of Alzheimer's Website


    Maggies general website


    Join an Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial today. No insurance is needed to participate.


    Click Here for more information on Dementia and Caregiving


     


     

  • 01:26

    The Dangers Of Solar Power Technology To Soular Beings

    in Lifestyle

    We Are Being Told The Solar Energy Technology Is One Of The Most Viable Sources Of Energy But This Is Not True. The Two Most Viable Sources Of Energy On The Planet Are Water And Wind, Solar Energy Technology Should Not Be Used As A Every Day Energy Source. Solar Energy Should Be Used To Grow Crops, Plant Life, Trees And To Grow The Elements Of This Planet, And To Energize People By Way Of Receiving The Sunlight. We Need Sun Light As Our Source Of Energy It Produces Natural Vitamin D3 In The Body. We Also Need The Sunlight To Aide In Our Thought Processing, Without Sun Light We Develop Conditions Like Depression And Sun Downers Disease Which Are The Early Stages Of Dementia. The Ozone Layer Has Been Depleting Around This Planet, It Is Burning Away, And It Is Causing Deadly Hazardous Conditions On The Planet For Plant Life And People Who Are Not Able To Absorb The Sun. People Who Are Not Carbon Rich Will Suffer From Melanoma, Cancer And Other Sun Exposure Diseases, Because They Can Not Absorb The Natural Sunlight. To Combat The Radiation Of The Sun Coming To The Planet Solar Panels Were Created To Deflect The Radiation Of The Sun. This Helps The Human Race Who Can Not Receive The Sun, But For The Black People (Carbon Coded Dark Skinned People) The Sun Is Being Channeled Away From Us Making The People Of Sun Dangerously Deficient In Vitamin D3. The Lives Of The Human Race Are Being Saved While At The Same Time The Carbon Coded People Are Being Harmed Because We Absorb Sunlight. Solar Energy Was Not Meant To Be Utilized To Artificially Light To Energize This Planet.

  • 00:40

    Living with Alzheimer's - with the James L. West Center (Safety & the 5 senses)

    in Women

    Today, I’m welcoming Jaime Cobb with the James L. West Center back to the show. During this segment, we’re going to be talking about safety around the 5 senses. What are the changes that happen to those with Alzheimer’s or dementia that compromise their safety, and what preventive measures can you take? Tune in to hear more.


    ABOUT PLAID FOR WOMEN:


    Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to manage “The Business of Life”. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, get connected, and be heard. 


    LET’S GET SOCIAL!


    Plaid FB: http://www.Facebook.com/PlaidforWomen 


    Plaid TW: http://www.twitter.com/plaidforwomen


    CONTACT INFO FOR TODAY'S GUEST:


    Jaime Cobb, CSA ®


    Director of Community Education


    Jcobb@jameslwest.org l 817-877-1199 ext. 199


    James L. West Alzheimer Center


    1111 Summit Ave., Fort Worth, TX 76102


    OUTTRO MUSIC BY JACK T. BLUES

  • 01:01

    The Trail — age 61 — diagnosed dementia?

    in Family

    CareGiverStory, is proud to have as our very special guest, Kevin O'Brien — entrepreneur, filmmaker, son, brother and a caregiver to his father. The moment I spoke with Kevin —I immediately wanted to interview him, and his family to share their amazing story.  About family  love..


    Bio: Born in 1989, Kevin O'Brien enjoyed 20 years in a healthy home, under the wing of his parents Sandra and Michael O'Brien. In 2009, at the age of 61, his father was diagnosed with early onset frontotemporal lobe dementia. As the year passed, Michael's cognition decreased, and the caregiving responsibilities Kevin shared with his brother, Connor O'Brien, and his mother, increased. Those years also saw Kevin graduated CSULB with a degree in Political Science, work four years at the public affairs firm GrassrootsLab, and leap into the entertainment industry with a contractual position at NBCUniversal. Kevin now spends his time looking for his next professional avenue and working to produce The Trail, a short film that seeks to chronicle the period of time between his father's diagnosis and his 5150, a psychotic break that his father experienced, one that required his medication and speed his need for round-the-clock care.


    Kevin O'Brien
    Phone: 562.256.5874
    Email: kmobrien8989@gmail.com
    Film Homepage: http://thetrail5150.tumblr.com/

  • 01:02

    Dementia Friendly Products and Collaborations

    in Caregiving

    Join Alzheimer's Speaks Radio today for a conversation about a new product coming to market called "Droplet." Sohan Japa, Co-founder and leader of business development and operations will be with us, along with Joshua Newth, Co-founder and leading engineering and product development.  This is an exciting new product with a variety of uses for everybody.  You can learn more about Droplet by watching this 2 minute video


    Website


    Sohan Japa can be reached by email


    Joshua Newth can be reached by email


    We will also discuss the city of Roseville, MN an their kickoff event to become dementia aware and friendly.  If you are aware of other dementia friendly programs and services please call in and tell us about them.


    Join an Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial today. No insurance is needed to participate.


    Go to AlzheimersSpeaks.com for more information on dementia and caregiving.

  • 00:44

    Brain Health for Life with Mental Health Expert Karen Unger

    in Health

    In 2014 approximately 5.2 million people in the U.S. suffered from Alzheimer's, a number that is expected to triple by 2050. There is growing evidence that diet and lifestyle can affect the brain and impact cognitive aging. Promoting future brain health requires learning what to eat, what to avoid, and simple lifestyle changes.


    In order to make these changes we have to understand the specific effects our environment and food supply are having on us, and we have to understand how diet and exercise can protect our brain.


    Using her three decades of university, research, and consulting experience, today's special guest, Karen Unger, M.S.W., Ed.D has brought together the latest information on brain health and shared it in her book, Brain Health for Life: Beyond Pills, Politics, and Popular Diets. In clear language Karen Unger gives us all the information we need to be strong, vibrantly healthy, and intellectually sharp throughout our lifespans.


    Karen's initial motivation to research this topic came after reading a report on the poor health of people within the mental health system.She then embarked on a four-year project to understand why this is so and what we can do about it. Today she is here to share what she has learned with us so we can make educated choices about our own health.


    To learn more about Karen Unger and her book, please visit http://www.brainhealthforlife.net