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Francis Jackson attorney who specializes in disability law for those seeking veterans disability benefits and social security disability benefits. A founding partner of Jackson & MacNichol. He most recently appeared as a guest of Ben Glass on the “Consumer Advocate” show discussing benefits for veterans and social security disability benefits and how his practice allows him to make a difference in the lives of people facing disabilities. He has also been quoted in USA Today and is listed in Cambridge Who’s Who. He was honored by the National Academy of Best Selling Authors with a "Quilly" award , for his contribution as a joint author to the Amazon best selling book, "Protect and Defend"
Robert Spector Seattle-based author, international speaker, and consultant who works with companies on creating their own customized superior customer experience. He is the author of the The Nordstrom Way to Customer Service Excellence: The Handbook for Becoming the Nordstrom of Your Industry
Matt Lloyd CEO and founder of MOBE. He sits at the helm of the most premier home business company in the online marketing space. He created MOBE as the solution to the biggest problems the industry was facing. The company and community have continued to grow ever since. Now an 8-figure per year business with global staff numbering over 150; as well as over 10,000 active affiliate partners, the company puts on live mastermind events all around the world for serious entrepreneurs. Over 700,000 entrepreneurs subscribe to the MOBE list and have benefited from MOBE’s training and systems
Ask Dr. Applewhite (Host, Counselor. Educator and Army Veteran), how Veterans with Disability can help others overcome the fear of asking for accommodations at school and work. Many students and employees hide their challenges to read, listen, and communicate until their performance is affected. Guests address asking for accommodations from Disabled Student Resources and Employee Assistance Programs. Hear Special Guest, Dr. Beverly Poellnitz, Educator, Entrepreneur, from Maricopa Community College and others, as they enlighten us on how cultural considerations must be given when discussing any issue of learning, mental health, and performance. To support our students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org (Veteran operated nonprofit) and click on DONATE. This show previously aired in 2014 as Ask Dr. Applewhite About Support for Learning Disabilities.
Today is Friday 27 November 2015 it is the day after Turkey Day 2015 and the last Friday of November 2015.
Today is open Mic and we are going to be asking our audience to share whats on your mind today as we in the veteran community get through the Holiday. It is often the holidays that are toughest for veterans and their families.
We are opening our Brooklyn Navy Yard lines 347-884-8078 at 2300 Zulu time! That would be as follows in US times (for our new civilian family and friends) Atlantic/ Eastern is 7PM,Central 6PM, Alaska/Mountain is 5pm,Pacific is 4PM, Hawaii is 1PM, Guam is 0900 AM
We want to hear from you!
Dr Bash and John Dorle will be our guest speakers. Great Veterans advocates.
This episode is the breakdown of the holidays and what they can mean to the services. Those with familys may act different than those witout familys, and there may be suprises out there that suprise you. Does everyone go home to the comfort of their home on Thanksgiving? Maybe their comfort of home is now the barracks? These times of the year can be extremely difficult for Service Members and Veterans alike as these dates are used in reflection of days not so long ago, in situations far from ideal. Join us tonight, what is your opinion?
Today is Thursday, 26 November 2015, Thanksgiving day and we have a lot to be thankful for 2015.We are thankful to our men and women on active duty defending our liberty so that we may have peace at home on this Thanksgiving day. We must also be mindful of the mena and women veterans who are not able to be with family and friends during this day for family or friends. Often our veterans do not complain but many are without food though they may be housed. We are yet thankful for being here to provide our community news and information M-F for the past 2 years.
We are going to address the lifestyle of veterans today to discuss the economic realities of active duty and veterans who are often unable to pay rent and have eough to eat for the entire month. We will look at the the fact that our active duty are often asked to be ready for deployment anywhere in the world but their pay is not such that can withstand the riggors of family life and being ready to hop anywhere on the globe in 18 hours or less.
Our Primary objective is to help Veterans transition from Active Duty to Productive Members of Society by raising awareness pertaining to Support Structures available bringing Veterans with the rest of our Community together. 4 of 5 college students do not find employment after graduation due to lack of experience. The United American Veterans Internship combats that statistic. Our Internship is a stepping stone to secure and help advance the preservation of America. Our intent is to establish a private non-profit school for selected Veterans, and College Students we choose to help us on our mission. Our school will not charge for tuition nor require any payment from our Veterans and Interns.
1. Support the Organization for maintaining our structure in place for Veterans to gain practical work experience from our production and live interactive broadcasts. 2. Every quarter we plan to give 2 grants up to $500 for Vets in college through our evaluation board and creative or educational writing contest. 3. provide paid Internship and apprenticeship for our Veterans involved with our production accordingly of our guidelines stated in our By-Laws. 4. Contributions to other Non-Profits
Unity America Radio is a Digital Media Presentation Broadcast that is both educational and motivational. Unity America, offers The United American Veterans Paid Internship Program as an opportunity for Vets and college students to gain practical work experience in the digital media journalism and broadcast field, Investigative reporting; including social networking, marketing, public presentation, and FUN-raising! We encourage transitional Vets to establish a free enterprise business.
Our Primary objective is to help Veterans transition from Active Duty to Productive Members of Society by raising awareness pertaining to Support Structures available
bringing Veterans with the rest of our Community together. 4 of 5 college students do not find employment after graduation due to lack of experience.
The United American Veterans Internship combats that statistic. Our Internship is a stepping stone to secure and help advance the preservation of America.
Our intent is to establish a private non-profit school for selected Veterans, and College Students we choose to help us on our mission. Our school will not
charge for tuition nor require any payment from our Veterans and Interns.
Greg Lawson is a 10 year military veteran and is a career law enforcement officer who is currently a detective in Central Texas. His expansive and diverse background along with his academics studies leads to his interdisciplinary perspective on education, training, and human interaction.
Since 1982, Greg Lawson has served in the United States Army as an Infantry Parachutist, in the United States Navy as an Operations Specialist, and in the United States Air Force as a Security Forces Combat Arms Training and Maintenance Instructor. During this service he received three campaign medals and his deployments include Central America, Europe, Northern Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and two Western Pacific sea deployments. Greg is a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).
SFC, USA Retired
My name is Kenneth Clark and I grew up in South Florida in a city called Coconut Grove with my family of six. Life was difficult. The vast streets bore challenges to our curiosity, and as kids we took to the opportunity to the local parks for our adventures. As we got older we had to experience the life without a farther. This situation put us in a fast track life where we had to mature immediately.
I quckly understood the importance of preparation, hard work, and respect. I applied these values to my endevours by making an inventory of resources, planning my activities for efficiency, working on my goals every single day, and giving my body the necessary rest, it needed to operate. My upbringing has completely supported my development and I am thankful for it.
In December 1986 I enlisted in the United States Army and shipped to basic training on August 13, 1987. I never thought I would be a career soldier. I was an enlisted soldier for 20 plus years.
During my Career I was involved in the follow campaigns, Operation Desert Storm, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom
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Exists to assist Law Enforcement, families and friends of Missing Veterans. Our Program works in conjunction with Law Enforcement, Military Police, families and friends of ACTIVE Missing VETERANS CASES.
My husband and his best friend had the idea to go kayaking. They said they'd be back and that I couldn't go because I couldn't hack it lol so I was like "screw you" and went out and bought a kayak. We arrived late on Saturday and were supposed to be out late Sunday. But I got super sick on Sunday and by Monday I couldn't hole anything down. Our friend left to find help. And we had two night out there. Tune in for the rest of the story!!!!
Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L., writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia is joined each week on Morning Moments With Maia...Conversations of Love and Laughter by an eclectic lineup of guests who live their lives with love and laughter and work to help others do the same.
Dr. Penny Wilmering is the Director of Rehabilitation Science at Arkansas Tech University. She serves on the CORE Commission on Undergraduate Standards and Accreditation, on the Arkansas Board of Examiners in Counseling and is a fellow in the National Rehabilitation Counseling Association. Dr. Jennipher Wiebold is a lecturer in the Department of Blindness and Low Vision Studies at Western Michigan University whose research and teaching explores the significance of humor in the lives of people with disabilities, friends, family members, and care providers. . Today they join Maia for a conversation on humor and disability.