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On the Wednesday, June 3rd 2015 broadcast at 9AM PT/12PM ET our special guest is Jennifer Drago, Executive Vice President, Population Health for Sun Health.
Complete bio for Jennifer here:
'As executive vice president of population health, Drago has played a pivotal role in developing and launching several groundbreaking population health-style programs, including the Sun Health Center for Health & Wellbeing, Care Transitions, Community Education and Memory Care Navigator.
Several of these programs have received national recognition for quality and innovation.
Drago has worked in health care for more than 20 years, including stints as an associate administrator for Boswell Memorial Hospital and Del E. Webb Memorial Hospital. She also held the position of vice president of planning services for the former Sun Health hospital system.'
More about Sun Health:
Sun Health is 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in Arizona that is committed to building health programs that enhance the lives of everyone it serves – residents, patients, donors and volunteers. A leading-edge example is Sun Health’s population-based approach to chronic disease management.
Join Fred Goldstein @fsgoldstein and me @2healthguru for a deeper dive into one's systems grasp on and future plans for population health and their innovative CMS Community-based Care Transitions Program (CCTP).
Join Fred Goldstein @fsgoldstein and me @2healthguru for a deeper dive into one's systems grasp on and future plans for population health.
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Guest: David Crawford- Executive Director of Animal Help Now and Elena Rizzo- Lead Researcher and Rehabber Liaison.
Animal Help Now is a project of Animal Watch, a nonprofit 501-C-3 organization. Animal Watch began in October 2009, when a group of experienced animal and environmental advocates convened in Boulder, Colorado, to discuss the idea of creating an online database of the animals who live in Colorado, the places they live, the threats they face and the efforts being made on their behalf. Animal Help Now.
Need: Compassionate members of the public who encounter injured or distressed wildlife often want to help, but most do not know what to do. This, despite the fact that an entire network of wildlife emergency helpers exists, including wildlife rehabilitation centers, veterinary practices that treat wildlife, wildlife rescue organizations, wildlife hotlines, and many government agencies.
Wildlife conflicts covered in many areas of the US through the addition of Humane Wildlife Control Operators to Animal Help Now’s list of helpers.
Conservatively estimated to have helped in 5,000 animal emergencies in 2014.
A Community Effort
Volunteers - including executives, software developers, editors and writers - contribute an average of 200 hours per month to Animal Help Now. The organization receives in-kind support from a number of corporations, including pro bono legal counsel from the acclaimed Holland & Hart law firm. Supporters are listed here .
Nancy Van Apeldoorn founded the Lap Robes for Veterans group. They started out as two members and grew to over 50 sewers. Their motto is “So many veterans, sew little time.” In the past 8 years the group has made and delivered over 3,000 lap robes to veterans who are participating in the Honor Flight Program. Volunteers meet the veterans at the airport when they are returning home from Washington, D.C., welcome them home and hand out the lap robes.https://www.facebook.com/LapRobesForVeterans?fref=ts
Marcella D. Moore affectionately known as "Cella D" has been inspiring and empowering women for more than two decades. Marcella was born and raised in New Brunswick, NJ. She lived in Atlanta, Georgia for 8 years and Dallas, Texas for 2 years and eventually made her way back to New Jersey where she was born and raised. Marcella is an inspirational speaker and mentor who loves to speak life and encouraging words to others. Through workshops, seminars and conferences she uplifts members of her audience with powerful words that inspire them to reach new heights. She is the founder and facilitator of the weekly Motivate and Pray empowerment call and the monthly “Caring for the Caregiver” support call. Both calls serve as a resource for motivation, inspiration, empowerment, encouragement and prayer. Marcella is also the co-author of the recently released “Tainted Elegance: Simply Beautiful” book; a book that gives women the courage to say “I love who I am.” Her professional career includes more than 16 years as Director of Grants and 10 years as an Account Executive. Marcella volunteers as a moderator at the annual Commission for Women in her home town and as a domestic violence response team member with the local police department. She embraces her single parent status and is the proud mother of her favorite 25 year-old daughter and favorite 21 year-old son. Marcella’s compassion for others motivates her to inspire, empower and encourage them to live a purpose-driven life. Cella D's prayer is that the light of God on her life shines bright enough to make hearts open, babies leap and sleeping giants awake.
Hope Ministries serves those who need a place of encouragement and hope. Men, women and children are served through this organization.. When life seems impossible to deal with, Hope Ministry has the resources to help. Many from this organiation will be giving more information about Hope on the Voice of Joy Ministry.. Please call in if you have input, a testimony or are in need of more information. Volunteers are needed. Join in and be blessed. Thank you for your being a part ofd the Voice of Joy Ratio Ministry.
From tactics and strategies to studies and tools. This class will cover all aspects of firefighting in rural areas, small towns, and small suburbs. If you are on a department that provides coverage to these areas this shows for you. And if your an urbanite than this show will give you some insight to how things are done in small towns and rural areas.
Grey Man returns... he's a member of the Texas Border Volunteers. Will tell us what is happening along the Texas border and discuss, why it's now gone silent in the media. One more time! Thanks, Grey Man for these links: (TBV=Texas Border Volunteers)
TBV Thermal 2014-08 watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQpadlprDjs
Apprehension of 27 spotted by the TBV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O4VoeJP7Go
See the Drug Cartel Map in our banner page.
Stand UP America -- Take Our Country Back!!!
Our Mission: To promote the Judeo/Christian perspective, political commentary, patriotism, family, U.S. Constitution, respect for life and liberty, freedom of speech, freedom OF religion, right to bear arms, and respect for life. To engage the public in discussions regarding threats to our way of life and our freedoms that were fought for by our Founding Fathers, our brave and courageous military, and by every day Patriots.
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As we learn at TheCenterPS.org, "The story of The Center (also known as The LGBT Community Center of The Desert) is one of success. This vibrant organization is undergoing a dramatic expansion to better serve our seniors, to embrace the diversity of our Valley, to build camaraderie, to provide wellness and social services – and to enrich the lives of the LGBT community. The magnitude of commitment to The Center’s mission in this community is striking. Through the contributions of our members, volunteers, donors, business partners, board and staff, we are addressing urgent needs of hunger, depression, isolation and building a community center that brings people together for health, for wellness, for socializing, for FUN and for a broad array of shared interests."
On May 21st, 2015, at the beautiful home of Palm Springs City Council Candidate Geoff Kors and his husband, Palm Springs Unified School Board Member James Williamson, The Center's Executive Director Mike Thomspon addressed existing and future members of The Center's Ocotillo Club (major donors) about how far the organization has come, and where it's headed. They say, "Be a part of this success story as it unfolds. Join us...You are welcome here."
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Alzheimer's Speaks Radio is thrilled to have our two Authors on the show today. Both with unique perspectives filled with inspiration and hope that focus on our relationships.
The first hour, we will be talking with the Author of the Alzheimer's Daughter, Jean Lee. She wrote her book because it was the type of book she needed to read while on her own caregiving journey, but couldn't find. Join the conversation and learn more about this tender and truthful story which offers its readers solace and comfort.
Email Jean Follow her on Twitter @JeanLee18
Visit the Alzheimer’s Daughter blog Alzheimer’s Daughter Facebook page
Our second guest will be Richard Morgan an Author of 18 books, but today we will be discussing his book, AT THE EDGE OF LIFE; Conversations when Death is Near. Richard is a “retired” hospice chaplain and currently volunteers doing hospice work. We would love for you to join the conversation!
Email Richard Check out Richard's Website Phone Richard at: 724-864-4205
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How is your Memorial Day going? Solemn? Picnicing, or just being outside for Spring? In thought? Like ANY other day for your own 'Memorial TBI' - being quiet and alone. We certainly like those days, I well understand. Especially while listening to an old (ok, classic) Eagles song - "I get a peaceful, easy feeling..." But this is Indianapolis, and it's Race Day! It's anything but peaceful around here - and the Downtown Milton Studio is 50-miles away from THE Track. The Greatest Specical in Racing takes over then Month of May. As is liked to say - "Visit, enjoy yourself, spend your money and get the hell out of town."
I've learned to ignore most of the hoopla, it seems better for my stimuli. However, this is Indiana, and we grew up on Racing, er, Racin'. We have more tracks per capita than most countries do, let along states. Yes, there is a basketball court in all the parking lots, I'm sure. Brain Injury and Auto Racing go hand in hand (head on head?). Another reflection most Hoosiers and racing fans always have. It seemed to drift away. Personally, I know a large amount of 'backyard' racers whose weekend running laps is as well as dangerous as an explodinng IndyCar, to the skull. Blunt force be damned, remember, tremendous speeds also can cause "trememdous whiplash" which will effect the brain more than the neck. And these drivers? Neighbors, husbands (wifes), parents, thrill seekers and simply adults who grew up around the auto business. Competitiors. Kept at a level of performance that life has created. Let's meet one. Let's' also discuss Mt Lawn's donation to the HARD workers of the NC Miracle League Volunteers. And, Not to be overlooked is TMDS Med MJ Month. Listen, call.
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http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/rights/A Fight over Health Care is Occurin all over the United States but in Tennesse Heroes are fighting Back. Pamela Weston, Randall Rice and his wife retired therpist Meryl Rice were determined not to let their neighbors go uninsured. Learn how they launched a campaign for ACA.Pamela Weston is a grandmother in East TN who organized a 70 mile walk through her state senate district to reach out to those in the healthcare coverage gap resulting from Tennessee's decision not to expand Medicaid. Her Insure TN Journey for Justice crossed a rural senate district through five counties in an effort to reach out to the district's nearly 15,000 uninsured adults. Meryl Rice is a retired psychotherapist whose last position was as the Director of Crisis Services for a mental health agency which covers five rural counties in West TN. She also has many years experience in the healthcare field working in med-surg hospitals . Her 40 year experience has made her acutely aware of how access to affordable healthcare affects not only individuals and families, but the community at large. After retirement, Meryl and her husband Randall Rice took it upon themselves to promote the Affordable Care Act and initially trained to be navigators/certified application counselors. When there were no "sponsoring agencies" near them willing to take on the responsibility of volunteers, they decided to launch out on their own. However, they hit another roadblock.
Join Monster X hosts Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson as they sit down this week with Summer Lowry.
Summer Lowry (Summer Akasha Snape) is a CryptoZoologist, Tracker, Field Researcher and Paranormal Investigator. When she isn't at home working on her debut book on obscure cryptids, due out this Christmas, she volunteers her tracking skills to Washington State Search and Rescue. Lowry has been with a well-known and respected group, Crypto 4 Corners, headed by none other than JC Johnson. This has allowed her to travel all over the United States, gaining experience in fields such as target shooting, team leadership ,kayaking, rock climbing and survival skills. Summer also co-hosts two popular weekly Internet radio shows; Unexplained Universe and Shifting Paradigms. She appeared on "Where Did the Road Go?", where she touches on Spring Heeled Jack, Grinning Man and Black Eyed Kids.
The number to call in is to Monster X is (347) 326-9859
Gunnar Monson is a long time Bigfoot researcher. A past investigator with the BFRO, he is the Lead Investigator of the Tillamook Forest Research Project as well as a member of The Olympic Project and Bigfootology. He is also the founder of The Sasquatch Coffee Company (www.SquatchCoffee.com)
A native of Scotland, Shane has had an interest in Cryptids since his youth. Fate brought him to Oregon where he dove head first into the subject of Bigfoot. Shane had a sighting in the Mt, Hood National Forest in 2013 which only deepened his passion in his pursuit. He is a core team member of both the T.F.R.G. as well as The Olympic Project. He is also a member of Bigfootology. In addition to hosting Monster X Radio, he can be heard Wednesday evenings on Cryptologic Radio.