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  • Back to Basics

    in Entertainment

    Suzy the Elf and Dinklage the Imp present a topic-driven show about Wrestler Unbstoppable. Listen, Chat and by al means Call in as we value your opinion on the night's topic.

  • 00:07

    Extended Foster Care - Danita Echols

    in Lifestyle

    Danita points to studies about developmental stages showing that the brain does not completely form until the age of 26 and asks why we are not doing more to extend foster care to that point.  She also stresses the need for the guidance of counselors as young adults are trying to reconnect with their birth families.


    If you would like more information on Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.FosterLeaders.com and http://www.Facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS

  • 00:09

    Extended Foster Care - Mark Clark

    in Lifestyle

    Foster Youth Advocate, Mark Clark, discusses his experience trying to get foster care extended until 26.  


    If you would like to learn more about Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.fosterleaders.com and http://www.facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS
     

  • 00:05

    Extended Foster Care - Venasta Thomas

    in Lifestyle

    Former Foster and CASA VolunteerVenasta talks about the concern she had when she was aging-out of foster care, and how the militaryhelped her navigate the transition.  She also spoke about how her foster parents helping her through business school played a large role in her transition to adult life.


    If you would like more information on Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.fosterleaders.com and http://www.facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS

  • 00:07

    Extended Foster Care - Anthony D. McKinley

    in Lifestyle

    Please listen in as Anthony shares a powerful story about how foster care can take a physical, mental,   AND spiritual toll on the lives of youth and young adults, and how he overcame the memories of foster care by facing his experiences and allowing himself to become vulnerable.


    If you would like more information on Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.fosterleaders.com and http://www.facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS

  • 00:31

    FAWC (For Anyone Who Care)

    in Lifestyle

    FAMILY DRAMA,       MARRIAGES,      SAME SEX COUPLES,      SCHOOL SAFETY,      MORE PAY FOR THE WORKING CLASS PEOPLE,         COMMUNITY CONCERNS,        HEALTH ISSUES,         LIVING YOUR LIFE BLISSFULLY,          QUALITY OF LIFE,      LIVING YOUR BEST DREAMS,        FORGIVE BUT DON'T FORGET, SELFIES OR NO SELFIES,         CREATE YOUR OWN REALITY SHOW, 

  • 00:15

    What Version of You would show up after 90 days of Self-care & Self-Love?

    in Weight Loss

    Join me in a 90 day experience of self-love, self-care, pampering, clean eating and moveming your body.  In a nutshell, a 90 day STEWARDSHIP OF THE BODY experience.


    A few years ago, I buried my grandmother.  As I kissed her cold, lifeless body laying in the casket, I became painfully aware that the body is not who we really are.  The essence of my grandmother was not in that body laying there.  She was gone, even though her body was right there that I could touch.


    This body is not the real you, but how we care for it is how we experience this side of eternity, this side of reality.  It is through this body that we interact with others, and even though my grandmother's body was still around, she was absent. So, caring for this body is important because without it, we cannot interact with others.  As much as I would like it, that body laying in that casket could not jump up and give me a hug - because it was only a housing, and the housing had collapsed.


    That Aha extended to my own realization that the body I walk around in is not the real me either.  The fat me, the slimmer me, the sad me, the happy me - all expressed through my body - was just that; EXPRESSED THROUGH MY BODY!  The physical expression that people could see was simply displayed through my body, the real me is what DETERMINED what my body showed the world.


    So the fat me that people saw, was simply the physical expression of a decision to eat more and move less.  The slimmer version of me that people saw was simply the physical expression of my decision to eat less (or better), and move more.  


    How would 90 days of focused attention, of good stewardship of this body, impact our energy, excitement, and testimony? Join me and find out.


     


     


     

  • 00:05

    Extended Foster Care - Valarie Anthony

    in Lifestyle

    Please listen in as Valarie shares her story about how abrupt the aging-out process can be, leading to homelessness.  She also stresses the importance of having an advocate guiding young adults through their transition to adult life.  


    If you would like more information on Ask a Foster Leader or the Foster Leaders Movement, please visit http://www.fosterleaders.com and http://www.facebook.com/FosterLeadersUS

  • Taking Care of our Aging Parents

    in Self Help

    Nurse next door is able to care for your loved ones with care levels ranging from companionship right up to Nursing and end of life care.


    David and Luci Shaw are excited to be able to bring senior and their families the peace of mind they nedd through focused, personalized home care services.  Our talent is caring and as such, our goal is to make lives better one visit at a time.

  • 01:15

    Brain Injury Communication with Host Michael Idell/Paying the Bills

    in Education

    Brain Injury Radio Network does not only apply to survivors of brain injuries. Caregivers, family members, loved ones, medical professionals, advocates who want to make changes happen for survivors and the generally public who want to learn how to help others in need.


    Who decides when outpatient care is no longer needed, how an individual can not get any better, or when limitations run out? Many insurance companies cut off care for outpatient care after a limited amount of time. 


    There are many struggles that occur for anyone involved in the financial side of occurance after a brain injury. Unless there is a substantial lawsuit which takes place after, the largest battle aside from the recovery process is how are needs going to be met. For caregivers, when your life is put on hold to now cover the expenses for someone else aside from trying to take care of yourself or children in a family, now you may have an adult who can not manage these tasks on their own any longer. Unfortunately, home health aides are not in any position to take care of these personal needs. Who represents the injured?


    For a survivor, are handling financial tasks too much? Has your cognitive development had an impact on stress, money, relationships they can now trust in their lives and how things will be taken care of? What happens if an individual hasn't been so blessed to finally get approved for SSDI? Who represents the survivors after family has given up their relationships with the survivors? When disability insurance only covers 80% of medical costs (if any) how does a disabled individual know how to get supplemental insurance? How much does the brain injury community know where to go and who to talk to in each state or even locally in their area?


    Let us know ASBISG.org

  • 02:59

    Doctor Prepper's Critical Preparedness Radio Talk Show

    in Prepping

    The Original Doctor Prepper, broadcast name for James Talmage Stevens, hosts a 3-hour live show on Fridays to discuss Critical Preparedness Resources that help listeners become prepared or get better prepared. Co-Host Richard Fleetwood, owner of SurvivalRing.org adds depth to the information to help you safely navigate the rough waters of uncertain future events.


    There will be a time when government, non-government agencies, church organizations, or family or friends will not be able to sustain the  unprepared with shelter, food, water, clothing, and/or protection from the ravages of natural, man-caused, or personal disasters,


    Be an active listener and determine that you'll take the initiative to know how to find provide sources of water and how to treat it; have adequate, nutritious food(s) in your pantry;  be able to prepare meals without external power; and know how to protect your family from extreme or disaster conditions.


    A good perspective for a preparedness lifestyle is to be able to reasonably continue your normal lifestyle, regardless of external conditions.


    Doctor Prepper's book, Making the Best of Basics -- Family Preparedness Handbook, has sold more than 800,000 print copies. It is the all-time, best-selling preparedness book–– ever!


     Freedomizers get 1/2 off for all purchases! 


    Go to: www.MakingtheBestofBasics.com and enter the word present in the Discount Code box.


    Get your copy now! Start now to improve your family's preparedness plan!

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