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Was your loved one in any branch of the service during wartime? That does not mean the front line, just in the service for 90 days during this time. Renee Pace, the State Veterans Service Officer, with the State Of Colorado, Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, stated, "This program is to help low income, to pay for their personal health care needs. It may be in home care, assisted living or long term care, originally known as a nursing home."
Renee will be my guest in this segment. She has been helping seniors with this Program for over 20 years. She will explain how to access the Program across the country. Tune in for this fabulous segment on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/karenowenlee/2015/06/25/the-va-aid-and-attendance-program-may-offer-for-your-senior July 30 @ 10AM, MDT.
5 But when the chief priests and scribes saw the wonderful things that He did, and the children crying out in the temple and saying, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” they were indignant 16 and said to Him, “Do You hear what these are saying?”
And Jesus said to them, “Yes. Have you never read,
‘Out of the mouth of babes and nursing infants
You have perfected praise’?”[i]
Please join Sister Carolyn and I as we worship Christ Jesus, our savior with the word of God. "Hosanna to the Son of David!"
On July 29, my guest will be Joanna Leefer. Joanna has been as a senior care advisor/advocate for over 10 years. She is the founder of ElderCareGiving, a service that finds and gets the best care for aging loved ones. She writes a monthly column on eldercare for the Community Newspaper Group, has a bi-monthly blog on senior issues and speaks to professionals and families. Her book Almost Like Home: A Family Guide to Navigating the Nursing Home Maze was featured in Jane Brody’s New York Times column for two weeks running.
Joanna has both personal and professional experience in elder care. She was the primary caregiver for both her parents in their final years, overseeing them through home care, assisted living, nursing home care and hospice care. She worked for FRIA, New York City’s foremost advocacy organization of the elderly for over 5 years.
Joanna is the Program Committee Chair & Recording Secretary for the East Side Council for the Aging (ESCOTA), and is a member of the Affordable Housing Committee for the New York City League of Women Voters. She received an MBA from Long Island University and a Geriatric Scholar Certificate from the Consortium of New York Geriatric Education Centers.
MICHELE SFAKIANOS is a Registered Nurse, Life Skills Expert, Speaker and Author. In 1982, she received her AS Degree in Business Data Processing/Computer Programming. In 1993, she received her Associate in Science degree in Nursing from St. Petersburg Junior College, graduating with Honors. In 1999, Michele received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Florida International University, graduating with High Honors.
About Pet Therapy
A hand reaches out, a wagging tail approaches, and an elderly face breaks into a smile. It's a scene that's increasingly common in the Helena Valley, thanks to volunteers from the Helena Chapter of Intermountain Therapy Animals. Activity directors and health care professionals report that visiting pets reach nursing home residents, hospital patients, retirement home residents and adult day care participants in ways that other therapeutic activities can't.
The contact may be brief, but it brightens the entire day or week, especially for those who have had pets in the past. In some cases, an animal's visit is transforming. Shy, withdrawn, or depressed people find themselves in animated conversation, angry people relax, and those with memory lapses share detailed recollections of pets they lived with years before. Visiting pets have reached autistic children, stroke victims, Alzheimer's patients, and other "unreachables." Even when nothing dramatic happens, pet visits are important changes of pace for facility residents, bringing excitement, affection, comfort, physical contact and joy.
In addition, to providing companionship (called Animal Assisted Activity), visiting pets sometimes participate in a facility's therapy program. In Animal Assisted Therapy, a dog might stand while a patient brushes him order to exercise specific arm muscles, or a cat might visit a depressed patient to encourage conversation, or someone in speech therapy might give commands to a dog that does tricks or retrieves objects. Anyone who loves animals is likely to work harder and feel more motivated when one is part of the therapy team.
Aero Jet Medical president and chief executive officer, Danielle S. Wilson, is an accomplished health care executive with a proven roadmap for success. With over two decades of air medical experience, Danielle possesses a broad-base of proficiency and business acumen to ensure Aero Jet Medical provides patients with clinical excellence and operational expertise. As CEO, she oversees all clinical and administrative operations, finance and strategy procedures, and vision and mission planning.
Compelled by her passion to help others, Danielle began her career in medicine at the age of 21. Her first position as a flight registered nurse was with Scott and White Healthcare System, where in addition to nursing, she was responsible for business development, community outreach and medical education programs. A charter board member of the Texas Chapter of the National Flight Nurse Association, she founded the Central Texas Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT), which along with FEMA, responded to the 1996 Olympic Games bombing in Atlanta.
In addition to Aero Jet Medical, Danielle is also the president and CEO of sister company United Medevac Solutions. Recipient of the Army's Medical Center Commander's Award of Excellence, United Medevac Solutions provides a full range of aviation specialty programs, health care supplementation and emergency response for the federal government, the Department of Defense and private sector organizations.
Self-termed a "global nomad," Danielle has a passion for exploring new cultures during her extensive world travels. http://iflyajm.com/
Our guests this morning are Maria Stieritz and Maggie Walsh.
Born and raised in NYC, Maria Stieritz relocated to California in 1979 after starting her nursing career in the Bronx in 1976. She’s been a Redondo Beach resident for the past 30 years and has committed her time to the South Bay community as a volunteer. She’s worked with the Redondo Beach Unified School District PTA and was a Hands on Art Docent, Heath Aide and Religious education Instructor. Cancer has surrounded Maria's life professionally and personally. She had her own personal battle with Cancer in 2010 and began volunteering with the American Cancer Society in 2012. She organized and facilitated the local CPS-3 study, joined the Coastal Cities Leadership Council and began working with Relay for Life of the Beach Cities. Maria has been the Event Lead for Relay for Life of the Beach Cities since 2014.
Maggie Walsh was born and raised in San Diego. When she was just 14 years old, her father was diagnosed with brain cancer. After battling courageously with a smile on his face for nearly one year, Maggie’s dad lost his life to cancer. From the time he was diagnosed, Maggie began fighting in honor of his life by raising funds for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. After raising over $12,000 as a young teen, she created her own student organization at La Jolla High School called Teens for a Cure Club. Through her work in student government and with the support of her club mates, she was able to plan the first-ever Teens For a Cure Walk-a-Thon – a mini-Relay For Life that served as a feeder event for Relay For Life of La Jolla, CA.
This morning our guests are going to tell us about the Relay for Life taking place Saturday, July 18 and Sunday, July 19 at Lincoln Elementary School.
Marc Allen is the author of several books including Tantra for the West, The Magical Path, The Greatest Secret of All, Visionary Business, and others. He is an internationally renowned seminar leader, entrepreneur, author, and composer. He co-founded New World Library (with Shakti Gawain) and has guided the company, as president and publisher, from a small start-up to its current position as a major player in the independent publishing world.
My name is Kate Loving Shenk RN BSN. I have been a nurse for three decades. I love having meaningful conversations with people about their Love of Life and what it means in relation to prayer and eradicating the fear of death. It makes me crazy how American society sweeps death away and no one speaks about it. This is why I’ve created the “Uprooting Our Fear Of Death: Bringing IT Out Of The Closet,” "The Nursing Career Transformation Roundtable" to give nurses a voice, both Google Hanginars; “The Prayer Prescription Series” of which there are nine books on Amazon, (so far); and a daily podcast called "Kate Loving's P.R.A.Y.E.R. Podcast: Prayer Prescriptions that ReWire Assumptions About Your Everyday Reality."
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I'm Blingin the Airwaves with the Multi-talented new Mississippian, Jules Nobles! She is one of the newest young actresses to surface on the Atlanta film scene. A Mississippi native, she got her love of the stage from years of competing in beauty pageants. The fashion model-turned-actress starred in the indie film “Greed”, as Sky (Lead Detective) which is coming this summer. 2010 opened an opportunity for Jules to become the host of her own online talk show entitled, "Lights, Camera, Action LIVE". Preproduction began in late 2010 and the show was set to launch in mid-2011, but additional opportunities opened for Jules to pursue acting. Jules Nobles got her formal education in nursing, from the Mississippi University for Women (MUW), but her love of acting continues keep her busy in New York City. Tune in to hear what she's doing now and whats coming up in Jules world next!
Del Mar In-Home Skilled Nursing http://firstatofsandiego.com 619-220-7600
Best Home Nursing Care in Del Mar including Homecare, Skilled Nursing, Caregivers. Trained, Certified, Licensed Nurses, 92014
In Home Skilled Nursing: What You May Not Know
Making decisions about an aging loved one’s care is never easy. If you’re considering in-home skilled nursing, here’s what you may not know.
In-Home Skilled Nursing Care Doesn’t Have to Be Full Time
Many of the best skilled nursing agencies offer part time services. That’s peace of mind if you’re looking for help but prefer to carry out primary care responsibilities on your own.
In-Home Skilled Nursing Professionals: A Great Support System
Having a medically trained nurse at home makes it possible to take a well-deserved break to recharge.
Independence Is Encouraged When Appropriate
Most in-home skilled nursing services encourage guided independence. For families, knowing that a loved one is safe, comfortable and allowed to thrive in a familiar environment is invaluable.
Firstat Nursing Services has been providing a higher standard of home nursing, home health and home care services for elderly, disabled and injured people in the greater San Diego area since 1997.
People wanting to learn more are encouraged to pick up a copy of our free guide… “Critical Questions You Must Ask Before You Hire a Home Care Provider" Just give us a call 619-220-7600 or visit our website at: http://www.FirstatofSanDiego.com
In Home Skilled Nursing Del Mar
Michelle Rowton of Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccination
Also, Dr. Paul Connett on Water Fluoridation
Michelle Rowton, MSN, RNC-NIC, C-NPT, NNP-BC, is a Masters-level prepared nurse, a neonatal nurse practitioner with extensive training in functional medicine. She is recognized by the Texas Board of Nursing and licensed as an Advance Practice Nurse. Michelle is also a spokesperson for Nurses Against Mandatory Vaccines (www.namv.org), and one of the important voices speaking out in opposition to the massive campaign that has been set into motion worldwide to bring in universal forced vaccination. Michelle is back on the show with us to discuss what is happening around the country and around the world in the government/industry campaign to force vaccination on everyone regardless of personal beliefs and without informed consent. We also discuss with Michelle, the meaning of a study that confirms premature babies are terribly damaged by vaccines, but that means it's ok to just go ahead and keep injecting them with the same vaccines known to harm or kill them.
Also on this week's show, Richard talks with Dr. Paul Connett, Ph.D internationally known researcher and executive director of Fluoride Action Network (www.fluoridealert.org). Paul is a recognized world leader in the effort to educate the public about the real effects of Fluoride when it is intentionally put into drinking water and innumerable processed foods, drinks and other products. Putting Fluoride chemicals into our drinking water, instead of disposing of them as the toxic waste that they are, amounts to another case of forced drugging of the population, when the effects of this drug are known to be extremely harmful. Dr. Connett covers a wide spectrum of issues and information related to fluoridation, why it is important to you and your family, and ideas for what you can do to get the Fluoride out of your city's water supply and your own household drinking water.
Journeying with us today is Ms. Marcyline Bailey, a social worker who will talk to us about mentoring colleagues experienceing overwork and burnout. Ms. Bailey will share the life path that led to establishment of her private practice as well as her determination to address the overwhelming working conditions that plague social workers across the country. She provides mentoring and self-care resources to social workers and related professionals, and utilizes her 20 plus years of experience as a consultant and presenter to non-profit organizations, professional associations,colleges and federal programs. MarcylineL.Bailey, LCSW, ACSW; http://www.mlbaileyconsultantsinc.com
Also accompanying us on the journey will be Mr. Bill Cruikshank, Executive Director of Meals On Wheels, Long Beach. Bill spends an incredible amount of time volunteering and doing good works. He is a part of Father Al's Outreach through Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church, organizing groups to feed the homeless and visit patients at many Long Beach area nursing homes. Bill has served as a mentor through the Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese, Office of Restorative Justice. He works with The Salvation Army in support of newly recovering men from their ARC program and volunteers with Christian Outreach in Action, assisting the homeless and senior populations. Bill is truly a gift to humanity. Meals on wheels: www.mowlb.org
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