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Cognus' Education Untapped podcast provides educationalists and parents/carers with monthly guidance and information to support young people’s learning and wellbeing. All episodes will draw upon current educational and clinical practice and will provide you with useful strategies to use in the classroom and at home. Cognus is an educational services company - please visit our website for more information www.cognus.org.uk. Follow us on Twitter @CognusLimited
 
Newcastle Fostering is an inside look into fostering with Newcastle City Council, told from the perspective of the young people in our care, our foster carers and staff from the fostering team. Listen to real people talk about the rewards and challenges of helping young people across the city and the impact their experiences have had on them.
 
Certified Life and Business Coach Sue Guiher is changing the way business is done – from the current competitive model to a cooperative, collaborative model of living and working -- by inspiring small business owners to live from their strengths, values and greatness, and to champion others to do the same. Each episode features an issue important to the concept of thriving. Sue is living her dream and is committed to helping you do the same.
 
Val & Andre are doing this podcast, to raise awareness of the realities of being a carer for a loved one and living with a rare misunderstood chronic condition. Who knew that becoming a mother for the first time, twenty-seven years ago would be one of the best experiences of her life? no matter how rewarding it was, she knew it would not be easy especially as a single mother. So, imagine one day, when your child is only four years and has a stroke. Without any warning, overnight both of thei ...
 
Traumatic injury causes millions of deaths and disabilities globally. How does the body react to tissue damage and what are the psychological effects of injury? The six video tracks in this album present a range of powerful and moving case studies and show how access to emergency and longer-term care can help. We find out how falls affect the elderly, what injuries motorcycle accidents can cause, and how a victim of the 2005 London underground bombings has learned to cope with mental trauma. ...
 
Hosted by Georgina Langdale - alchemist, plant whisperer, founder of the Centre for Nature Connection and creator of The Natural Carer training for care at the End of Life. The Soul Garden is where where we get to explore nature, compassion and soul through the inner and outer workings of living in a connected world.www.centrenatureconnection.org
 
Parent and Carers Council (PACC) Shropshire host a monthly look into what's new in Shropshire's Special Educational Needs and Disability community. Discussing the issues our SEND community are wanting to know more about and deep diving into a specific topic, service, or area of need each month with guests. There will be a Q&A opportunity for our SEND community to ask questions of our guests each month too.This podcast is a conversational style podcast which explores the challenging and compl ...
 
Are you a parent or a carer of children and wondering how you can best navigate the challenges of COVID-19? Parenting in the age of coronavirus is a new podcast from the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, supported by Medibank. Child health experts will discuss the challenges parents are facing, and explore how you can best support yourself and your children so they can continue to learn, thrive and develop. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss an episode, and tell your ...
 
Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis Information from a Food Allergy aware family point of view. Video and audio podcast to help you along your food allergy journey. Whether you are brand new to food allergies or a seasoned veteran, if you suffer from or are a carer of someone with anaphylaxis, it’s important to keep up with information about managing food allergies and the ongoing research to find a cure. This show contains stories from the trenches of daily life, and interviews with others in th ...
 
My name is Chris and I create content based on true crime stories, mainly murders. I like to cover high-profile ones, but I also like to cover less well-known cases, to give the victims a voice, so they aren't forgotten about. If there is a case you would like me to cover, please let me know.
 
Jonny Bentley and Adam Bragan are two British twentysomethings with an interest in all things politics. Pints & Politics aims to deliver an analysis of Britain's politics in a fun and digestible manner, as if you were having the discussion in a British pub! Breaking down current affairs, debating ethical issues and looking at America from afar. Debating. Educating. Entertaining (hopefully!).
 
Brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of people under 40 with an average 5 years survival rate of just 14%. At The Brain Tumour Charity, we are passionate about doubling survival and halving the harm. Join us as we talk to those who have been diagnosed with a brain tumour diagnosis, their friends, parents, partners and children as we talk about all things brain tumours. Find out more about how we are working to change the outcomes for those who are diagnosed with this terrible disease.
 
This podcast is about Sia’s daily life which includes producing music, making beats, recording videos, inventing new gadgets, recommending new movies and tv shows she likes, make-up she loves, dealing with her personal development and being a carer for her parents. It's a full on life!
 
Meet people with disability from across Queensland, and discover their stories, achievements and contributions to their communities. We’re talking to people with disability doing innovative things and reaching for the stars in sport, business, the arts, and every aspect of life. You’ll hear from the inner city, our major regional centres, and our state’s rural areas. Join us as we celebrate Queenslanders with disability and work towards improving access and inclusion for everyone, of all abi ...
 
The Cant Can Will Podcast shares experience and expertise to optimise human performance. All too often work, family and social pressures of a modern life can take their toll and drain a person’s motivation, direction and purpose underpinned with a lack of information and inspiration to change or do anything about it. The Cant Can Will Podcast's vision is that by sharing engaging personal stories and expert knowledge of amazing human optimisation in the face of various challenges and adversit ...
 
The Mama Bear Podcast is a place for women raising children with special needs to get together and chat about life. Mary Susan McConnell and her guests discuss the beautiful highs and the extreme lows that can come with parenting on such unique journeys. Conversations are fun, candid, and you may want headphones (adult language warning).
 
In The Next Half's podcast, we use personal and humorous anecdotes, thoughtful missives and helpful hints to discuss many topics facing so many of us aged 50+ women. A common thread throughout all these messages is a sense of empowerment and inspiration. Let's address topics which encourage us to think, smile and and recharge! Let's refocus and rediscover ourselves and be excited about the future! Life now extends past 100. Let's be brave and seize…The Next Half!
 
This is a podcast to support the release of Lynn Crilly's new book Hope with Depression. More than promoting a book, we are promoting a timely, very necessary life affirming and needed message.Too many innocent people suffer with this debilitating condition, and we want to contribute to the solution in any way we can. This is an easy to listen, entertaining and welcoming podcast, the whole point is you are NOT alone! A must listen for anyone that suffers from depression or if you are a carer ...
 
Monthly podcasts about inclusion and diversity brought to you by Inclusive Employers. Join our hosts, broadcaster Stephanie Hirst and Inclusive Employers' Senior Consultant Steven Copsey, as they meet a wide variety of guests with fascinating stories of inclusion, diversity and belonging. This podcast is for everyone who has an interest in inclusion and diversity. Learn about key topics, best practice and how to take real action to make inclusion an everyday reality. Find out more about Incl ...
 
The Dementia Adventure is for anyone whose life is being touched by dementia. Navigating the world of dementia and Alzheimer's can feel overwhelming so this series is full of tips, advice, thoughts, support, love and shared experience. In each episode we meet experts of all kinds from research scientists, care workers, brain trainers, speech and language specialists, therapists and even a Buddhist monk. This podcast is the recipient of Alzheimer's Research UK's Inspire Fund and we are deligh ...
 
We are a group of Independent Fostering Agencies; Time For Children, Fostering Options, Foster Care Solutions and Futures For Children, We were built by those who know fostering best and are here to talk about all things 'foster care'; from the moments that test us to the ones that truly amaze us. Take a seat, pop the kettle on and join us for a quick chat.
 
Contact a Family is the only national charity that exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability. With over 30 years of experience, our vision is that families with disabled children are empowered to live the lives they want and achieve their full potential, for themselves, for the communities they live in, and for society. It's why we offer support, information and advice to over 340,000 families each year and campaign for families to receive a b ...
 
Born in Barcelona, he started with the music around 1995, over time this became his passion. His music style is Dance, House, Progressive House, Vocal House and EDM, very elegant careful music selection of current forefront. His performances are full of energy with high quality mixes and continuous sound explosions, in complete and continuous connection with the crowd. In 2009 began his carer as a professional DeeJay, working as resident DJ in the referent club “Muccassassina” in Rome (Italy ...
 
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The former carer for Annie Smith has pleaded guilty to manslaughter. South Australians who have been left stranded in NSW are facing major struggles to return home. Women with the most deadly type of ovarian cancer should now be eligible for game-changing drugs researchers believe could cure them. Men’s coxless four win Australia’s first gold in th…
 
In this podcast we hear personal experiences from our guests and discover practical advice and tips for employers from an Inclusive Employers expert. Data shows that seven million people in the UK are parents and carers. Flexible and family friendly working is increasingly valued by employees throughout their careers and 59% of working parents said…
 
This week we chat to Catherine Lockett, an associate of the National Association of Fostering Providers, in relation to the difficult issue of allegations against Foster Carers. It is a difficult issue but a harsh reality for many carers and we discuss the prevalence and consider the impact of drift in resolution of investigations against carers. T…
 
Thai carer beat to death an old man after he changed his will to leave her EVERYTHING! Find out the shocking details of how she conned this elderly man, and the DRASTIC lengths she went to set the scene to cover it up! View my Facebook, YouTube or Instagram at: https://linktr.ee/agenttrue #truecrime #truecrimecommunity #truecrimepodcast #murder #cr…
 
I think it’s really important to be diverse and cover the stories of lots of different people. I’ve never been a carer (yet - it may happen at some point) but I used to be a special ed teacher so I’ve had more than a usual amount of contact with carers. Currently, there are more than 2.65 million carers in Australia, which means about 1 in 11 peopl…
 
In this episode co-host Sara Challice shares her story about what it's like being told the person you love has a brain tumour and how her husbands diagnosis changed her life forever as she took on the role of his carer throughout his illness. Sara talks with honesty about the reality of caring, the toll it takes on carers and things she found helpf…
 
Today we deep dive into Carers Burden. Amanda gives Sally a few pep talks. Gender identity and many other topics. It was a journey..... A heartfelt conversation about a forbidden topic. There will be tears and laughter and gin, lots of gin. Amanda is in love with 40 Spotted Wild Rose Gin https://larkdistillery.com/shop/product/wildrose/ A must read…
 
Welfare mitigation, and Carers Covid grants; Dr Ciara Fitzpatrick and Clare Anne Magee of Carers NI, are with Linda to discuss the delays on the extension of the existing welfare mitigation schemes, and much needed carers funding. BBC News NI’s Political Correspondent Jayne McCormack also shares her insight into the delays. Listener Ruth shares her…
 
The construction industry is calling on the state government to guarantee the sector will be declared “essential” in future lockdowns. The revived Family First Party has snatched its first recruit from the Liberals. The state’s universities are in a fierce battle to recruit students after a drop in mid-year enrolments. Light Cycles at the Botanic G…
 
South Australia’s Covid-19 authorities will debate a return to 50 per cent capacity in public venues. Australia is still training fewer apprentices than it was seven years ago. Tenants of 100 Housing SA properties will be forced to temporarily relocate while the ceilings of their homes are replaced due to defects. Western Bulldogs hand Adelaide the…
 
Hi, In this episode we take the opportunity to catch up with AUK's Becky Brooks and talk about the Adoption Barometer. We also asked her to share a few thoughts on the recently released Adoption Strategy. We chat through specific elements such as education and ongoing support but the main thrust of the discussion was the contribution of adult adopt…
 
Today we discuss Hairbrushing, Lynx Africa and Specialists A heartfelt conversation about a forbidden topic. There will be tears and laughter and gin, lots of gin. Nonesuch Empathy Gin https://nonesuchdistillery.com.au/products/nonesuch-hemp-gin If you like the show and would like to throw a couple of dollars at us so we can firstly make this sound…
 
South Australia’s property market shows no sign of slowing down. An Adelaide ex-pat has been refused a compassionate Covid-19 travel exemption to visit his dying mother. The felling of a protected mature gum tree on one of Adelaide’s most prestigious eastern suburbs streets is being treated as a crime. In an exclusive interview, Melbourne’s Majak D…
 
Three Educational Psychologists (EPs), Dr Lisa Carmody, Dr Jo Suchy, and Dr Kate Payne, share their reflections on being an EP during a pandemic. This includes the challenges they faced in their professional and personal lives, the positive changes they noticed, and the learning points from their experiences. Tune in to the next episode where we di…
 
Police allege one of Adelaide’s wealthiest mining executives defrauded $38.5 million from the ATO over a 15-year period. A bid to rezone the Scotty’s Motel site to allow a seven-storey development has outraged Medindie residents. National Cabinet meets today to consider possible vaccination targets where borders would not close and snap lockdowns w…
 
How can our workplaces become an inclusive and fair environment for employees with a disability? If you’ve an idea or experience about job hunting, career support or staff retention e-mail moneybox@bbc.co.uk now, whether you’re an employer or an employee, we’d love to hear from you.On the panel with presenter Charmaine Cozier are:• Liz Johnson, Co-…
 
This month has been a doozy so I'd thought I'd take a moment to breathe and reflect. This week's guest on Very Excellent Habits is my beautiful former co-host Kelly. In this episode we chat about all the things - what we're doing, how we're going, what cool things we've discovered. For old listeners, she needs no introduction. For new listeners, Ke…
 
South Australian lockdown ends today. Independent MPs have accused Adelaide councils of using secrecy provisions to avoid embarrassment. Cheap days in the fuel cycle almost double since real-time pricing began. Port Adelaide has broken it’s all-time club membership record. For updates and breaking news throughout the day take out a subscription at …
 
In this episode Chandos talks to Eve Kelleher, the Head of Services at the charity about some of the ways our Support Team can help people who have been affected by a brain tumour diagnosis. You can find out more about the 10 ways we can help here https://www.thebraintumourcharity.org/living-with-a-brain-tumour/get-support/ They talk about our onli…
 
In this episode we unpack the newly released DfE National Adoption Strategy for England. It can be read here We consider how it was put together and the specific parts of the document. Clearly, there's a lot to unpick in it but we look at the high points that were apparent on first reading. If you like the podcast we'd really appreciate a review on…
 
In this last episode of Series 2, expert Sarah Dillon explains how and why trauma has such a profound and negative effect on the relationship children have with food. Their behaviours with it might include: hoarding stealing hiding eating all the time refusing food only eating certain types of food gorging on sugar or sugar products All of these ha…
 
South Australian school children are set to return to classrooms tomorrow as the state prepares to exit the third lockdown. A group of “alleged idiots” has been arrested and fined after several gatherings were held at the same Adelaide home during lockdown. Aircraft approaching Adelaide Airport in poor weather could be forced to fly higher to avoid…
 
E-Scooter riders will be given safety ratings based on how dangerous they are in public and the riskiest users will be banned from renting vehicles The state’s QR code check-in system faces an overhaul to allow phone owners to check their movements The Australian Taxation Office is sharpening its technology systems that catch people cheating on the…
 
South Australians are expected to learn on Monday whether the statewide lockdown will end on Tuesday Australia has made a deal for another 85 million doses of Pfizer to be used as booster shots from February next year. A giant metal sculpture originally destined for Sydney Harbor is sitting in an Adelaide storage shed awaiting a new home in the cit…
 
Hello and welcome to conversations from the adoption and fostering podcast. In this episode we speak to Pete and he shares his experience of adopting with his wife. They adopted one child after unsuccessful fertility treatment and have gone on to adopt again recently. Their story reflects a positive experience and with them navigating the assessmen…
 
South Australia has joined a national rejection of New South Wales’s plea for extra Pfizer vaccine to combat its Covid-19 emergency New online dashboard will help Australians “get real” about the extent of the crisis in domestic, family and sexual violence It's full steam ahead for many South Australians hoping to sell or buy a home via auction thi…
 
Almost 5000 people are in quarantine including around 100 suddenly ordered into medi-hotels Authorities were not prepared for a surge in people being tested for coronavirus, The state government has been accused of picking winners after it was announced construction on dozens of taxpayer funded projects would restart And A car - sharing platform du…
 
What do you need to know about travel rights, money and insurance this summer?Adam Shaw and guests answer your questions about the practicalities and costs of travelling this year. Are you considering a summer holiday? Have you rebooked a cancelled trip? How much is a PCR test, what does the travel traffic light system mean for your insurance and h…
 
Join the Mama Bear Daily for $27/month at https://mamabearmedia.teachable.com/p/mama-bear-daily Find our guest Laura Hernandez @mamasystems on IG, facebook.com/mamasystems.net and www.mamasystems.net Also check out her new list of curated resources at https://www.mamasystems.net/advocate-like-a-mama
 
SA's latest Covid-19 outbreak of the Delta variant more than doubled to 12 cases last night Financial relief for workers suffering from the seven-day lockdown will be extended to all areas of South Australia Only half of South Australia’s public servants believe they are as productive as possible at work And Ahead of his milestone 300th AFL game, P…
 
Today we discuss Complex Care Plans, Assistance Dogs and Woolies A heartfelt conversation about a forbidden topic. There will be tears and laughter and gin, lots of gin. Death Gin https://deathgin.com/shop-gin/chilli-gin/ If you like the show and would like to throw a couple of dollars at us so we can firstly make this sound less shit and secondly …
 
Confession time - I’m a reformed messy person. I’m not even that reformed if I’m honest. I leave shit everywhere. If I come to your house I’ll leave a pile of crap in my wake. Shoes, my bag, often little piles of jewellery I’ve taken off. My sunglasses, a scarf. Growing up I was the butt of family jokes. My parents called my wardrobe the Avalanche …
 
South Australians face at least a week in a third lockdown as authorities race to stop the highly infectious Delta strain spreading. Parents and teachers will have today to prepare for homeschooling during the lockdown. Director of the care company at the centre of the Annie Smith scandal has been banned for life from working in the disability serv…
 
When small children display signs of sexualised behaviour, foster and adoptive parents find it repugnant. As NATP expert Jane Mitchell explains, they are rightly furious with those responsible for the abuse their child must have suffered in an earlier existence. In this episode, Jane sets out an array of simple but effective strategies that help to…
 
81-year-old man whose surprise Covid positive test has triggered new restrictions had had one vaccination shot before flying from Argentina. The new leader of South Australia’s union movement has vowed to tackle toxic male-dominated workplace cultures Children as young as four will be taught about the ­dangers of online pornography, fake news and c…
 
‘Conscious dying’ is a term that is starting to weave its way into the zeitgeist but what does it actually mean? Like hospice staff and palliative care providers, increasingly I’m also being asked that question. In this podcast we take a look at what conscious dying means and how the emergence of conscious dying as a term in the end-of-life care sp…
 
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