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Tonight we dicuss women an relationships, health, business & much much moor.... Plus the big move to the new station for you know who.... This will be juicy ...
Minister Enqi discusses the new Book & all the Controversial content..... including the New Health Paradigm and the Black Power Movement
Minister EnQi goes on about his new book........ As well as what happen to the Original Man, the Gerned Man & the Origin of Neurological Dysfunction..... This is a show stopper....
WTF? What kinda mess is this...... Saneter called Umar's child's mother..... We have to get to the bottom of this mess ASAP...
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Dr. Irene Ghobrial, MD, PhD of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute joins us to explain her recent discovery of a compound that can prevent myeloma from spreading into the bone, protecting patients from one of the most damaging effects of the blood cancer. Join us to learn more about this very exciting discovery.
Georgia 2014 Election with Rev. Terence Dicks and Andrea Miller @ 8pm
Guest: Alan Essig, Executive Director
As Georgia Budget and Policy Institute’s first executive director, Alan brings a wealth of experience and understanding of state government to his role in carrying out GBPI’s mission. In addition to leading a dedicated and talented staff and board, he analyzes overall state budget proposals and revenue policy issues. Alan frequently presents economic analyses of budget and tax proposals to the Georgia State Legislature and testifies before its committees. He also regularly addresses state-wide civic groups where he presents tax reform solutions and policies, and serves on national steering committees.
Alan’s recent professional experience includes serving as a senior research associate with the Fiscal Research Center of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University, as well as deputy policy director for the Georgia Governor’s Office. Alan’s experience also includes serving as a committee aide for the Georgia State Senate and Georgia House of Representatives Appropriations Committees, assistant commissioner for the Georgia Department of Human Resources, director of the Georgia State Senate Research Office, deputy director of the Budgetary Responsibility Oversight Committee, and as a legislative budget analyst for the New York State Senate Finance Committee.
"All people with disabilities shall have the option to design, control and direct their own services and funding." This is the aim of the Person-Driven Services Project which is funded by the PA Developmental Disabilities Council and managed by the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University. Join us for a discussion on person-driven services and supports with Kristin Ahrens, Policy Director for the Institute on Disabilities. We will talk about what we mean by “person-driven services and supports” and a give summary of the research on this model of service delivery. We will explain the work being done through the cross-disability Person Driven Services Project.
Many people who want to direct their own services have expressed that they need support to direct their own services - help with things like recruiting and managing workers. Many people have also expressed the need for more flexibility in terms of what the funding for services and supports will cover. This is where the Supports Broker and Cash and Counseling can be important for real opportunities for self-direction. We will talk in detail about the role of the Supports Broker and what is happening to make Supports Brokers available. Cash and Counseling (known in PA as "Services My Way") will also be discussed as a possible way to offer more flexibility for what service funding can purchase.
PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you every Friday at 12:00 pm EDT/EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.
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