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Solihull Carers
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Caring for carers of all ages
 
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AlzheimersQ
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Alzheimer’s disease instructs us as to the true nature of human dignity
 
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Social Work Processes UK
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CPD Social Work Training & Foster Carers Trainin
 
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Thriving Life Talk Radio
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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.
 
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MS Momentum
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The Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society is a not-for-profit organisation, devoted to supporting people with MS, along with their families and carers.Join Jo Smith, Community Field Officer at the Society, for discussion on the challenges that people with MS face and the support available in our community.Proudly supported by MS Otago. http://www.msotago.org.nz/
 
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Use of Measurement-Based Tools to Guide the Assessment and Long-Term Treatment of Fibromyalgia
 
Fibromyalgia is a syndrome with heterogeneous symptoms. The importance of each symptom has not been fully established, though widespread body aches, pain, tenderness, fatigue, and sleep disturbances are common symptoms.(1) The evaluation in the clinical setting usually fails to cover the complexity of the syndrome, and clinicians do not utilize available clinical tools—such as questionnaires to evaluate pain, fatigue, and quality of life—to improve understanding of individual cases and guide ...
 
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Where Parents Fear To Tread
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Do parents worry more than ever? Social researcher and author Dr Rebecca Huntley explores the anxieties facing modern parents and carers. Are they justified or has the media blown them out of proportion? Talking to specialists and academics, this series aims to give real perspective on parental fears and whether we should be stressing less.
 
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Resources For Integrated Care
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https://www.resourcesforintegratedcare.com/Resources for Integrated Care (RIC), in collaboration with the Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office (MMCO), offers tools and resources to assist providers and health plans in the delivery of more integrated and coordinated care to individuals enrolled in both Medicare and Medicaid.
 
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Cerebra's phlog
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Cerebra is a unique charity set up to help improve the lives of children with brain related conditions through researching, educating and directly supporting children and their carers.http://www.twitter.com/CerebraUK http://www.facebook/CerebraCharity
 
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Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Information
 
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 ...
 
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MS Momentum
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The Otago Multiple Sclerosis Society is a not-for-profit organisation, devoted to supporting people with MS, along with their families and carers.Join Jo Smith, Community Field Officer at the Society, for discussion on the challenges that people with MS face and the support available in our community.Proudly supported by MS Otago. http://www.msotago.org.nz/
 
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Jellybean Podcast with Doug Lynch
 
Jellybeans with Dr Doug Lynch, poorly differentiated doctor and pathological polymath.Emergency Medicine. Critical Care. Aeromedical Retrieval. Remote Area Medicine. Resource Poor Medicine. Disaster Medicine. Conflict Medicine. Ethics. Politics. Life. Death.These podcasts are atypical interviews with persons of interest.Critical conversations with Critical Carers. Carers like you.The people that listen to this podcast are insiders, movers, shakers and, I suspect, every listener is potentiall ...
 
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JACK's Fostering Podcast
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JACK's look into the great work going on in Oxfordshire with fostering.Fostering is caring for a child in your own home when they are unable to stay with their own families. Foster carers are from all walks of life.Children need foster families for a variety of reasons, this may be due to a crisis in the family or concerns about a child. Many children needing a foster home have suffered from some form of abuse, including neglect.Fostering can be challenging but can also be very rewarding.
 
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YellowKat Children's Show
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Meowalot Kids Club is a live action and puppet show aimed at getting 4 to 6 year olds to laugh out loud, with lovable puppets and unique music. It encourages children to embrace who they are, feel safe to express themselves and celebrate each other's differences. The storylines develop positive social strategies, resilience, and respect for others. Meowalot Kids Club encourages open and engaging dialogue between children and their carers about feelings, ideas, and personal struggles and achi ...
 
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Wound Innovations
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Wound Innovations is Australia’s premier facility solely dedicated to clinical wound treatment, education and research. We offer a holistic service for patients, their carers and clinicians to improve wound outcomes. We also offer training for health professionals to give them the latest, evidence-based treatment methods and approaches for wound management. We collaborate with health organisations to conduct research that advances wound knowledge and treatment.Wound Innovations is the servic ...
 
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Being Patient
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Being Patient's founder Deborah Kan resigned from her job as Executive Producer at the Wall Street Journal to redesign reporting on health, after her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. In the Being Patient Podcast, we examine the latest research on the prevention, treatment and care of the disease from the patient’s point of view. We give patients and carers the tools to map the landscape of the disease and go straight to the expert community to get the answers they want to know. ...
 
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Brook's People
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Brook Oliver is a sociable, young Christchurch man with big dreams of broadcasting. He also has cerebral palsy which makes for a range of mobility and communication difficulties.However these challenges have not deterred Brook and his CCS Disability Action carer, Paul Rawdon, from approaching community access radio station Plains FM 96.9 to make their own radio programme and fulfil Brook’s long-held desire to get behind the microphone.Through family support, patience and determination this r ...
 
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🌟 Subscribe | 💚 Like show | 💔 Dislike ----------------------------------------- How can you look after your own needs if you are caring for someone with cancer? Julie McCrossin chats to health psychologist Ben Britton about the carer's role. Listen now to find out more.
 
🌟 Subscribe | 💚 Like show | 💔 Dislike ----------------------------------------- How can you look after your own needs if you are caring for someone with cancer? Julie McCrossin chats to health psychologist Ben Britton about the carer's role. Listen now to find out more.
 
Please join Dr Jennifer Daniels at her new time and new hour on Monday, September 18 at 3pm EDT for the Healing with Dr Daniels Show. The show's title is When Patients Refuse Lifesaving Care. Dr Daniels examines this false premise. Is the care really life saving ? Would the Patient have lived without it ? Is there a simpler option? Think Happen ...…
 
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Hornsby Baptist Church Service Podcasts
 
Humanity has been charged with an enormous responsibility – to look after the planet on God’s behalf. Through varied passages providing insights into how God functions as carer and nurturer of His creation, this message points to how we might best fulfil the calling to “have dominion” of the world.
 
Chris is a full time carer and the author of Dancing with Annie. The Annie in question is Chris' wife who suffered a Subarachnoid Haemorrhage over three years ago which left her a quadriplegic, The book is an amazing, sad, yet wonderful account of their journey and love for each other. Chris talks about the 'Hooky Thorns of Loneliness' and how ...…
 
Families, carers and a leading team of experts are calling for more government funding for the treatment of eating disorders ahead of a forum to be held in Sydney this week. Deb Ivison from Bay PR joined the program to speak about the campaign.
 
Click here to Buy: http://adbl.co/2vxlfQRWhen sixteen-year-old Jess arrives on foster carer Maggie Hartley's doorstep with her newborn son Jimmy, she has nowhere else to go.Arriving straight from the hospital having just given birth, Jess is like a rabbit caught in the headlights. Scared, alone, and practically a child herself, she is overwhelm ...…
 
with Rev. Robert Test
 
Memorial, a short memoir by Jo Penney My father passed 18 years ago, as I was divorcing and becoming the full-time carer of my two-year-old daughter. I've had panic disorder since I was six and it seemed money talked in our family. I had little to offer. My mother chose to put it all down the slots, two years later Dad got a headstone. - Jo Pen ...…
 
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Richard Herring's Edinburgh Fringe Podcast
 
RHEFP 2017 #1: The Doug Anthony All Stars - The Boy Who Cried Batman. The King has returned and he's at the spooky New Theatre Grand Hall where the Masons get up to all sorts of mysterious time-travelling. And Richard is very excited to be welcoming comedy legends the Doug Anthony All Stars, Paul, Tim and Paul. There's lots of chat about the Ed ...…
 
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Waking Up in America
 
Join Doctor Val, Sherry St. Vincent and Lonnie Hogenmiller as they discuss Mc Cain's destruction of the HealthCare Bill and the possibility of our ability nation to have Alternative Health Care. Lonnie invites us to enjoy the distractions of our political Kabuki theater. Visit www.Happily200.hGHbreakthrough.com to reverse your aging and improve ...…
 
Dr Frances Batchelor, National Ageing Research Institute’s director of health promotions, on Talk2Me, a project that aims to develop a tool to help people with dementia from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds communicate everyday needs with carers who do not speak the same language.
 
Click here to buy: http://adbl.co/2tX3cUMEvie and Elliot are scrawny, filthy and wide-eyed with fear when they turn up on foster carer Maggie Hartley's doorstep. Aged just two and three years old, this brother and sister have hardly set foot outside their own home. They have been prisoners, locked in a terrifying world of abuse, violence and ne ...…
 
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Journey Skills podcast
 
The earlier you know what you’re dealing with the easier it is to seek out the right support and put in place the right plan. This is the opinion of Scarlett, mother to Edith. She believes her daughter Edith will achieve a great deal because her daughter has an in born desire to be independent. Edith's spirit is inspirational. Scarlet and her h ...…
 
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The Thing About Cancer
 
How can you look after your own needs if you are caring for someone with cancer? Julie McCrossin chats to health psychologist Ben Britton about the carer's role. Listen now to find out more.
 
There’s a growing need for families to give foster children loving and safe homes. Welcoming a child from your cultural or linguistic community into your home also brings many benefits. And carers from culturally diverse backgrounds are also in high demand. So, how to become a foster carer?By radio@sbs.com.au (SBS Radio).
 
This episode was first broadcast on 12 May 2016. --- How a music professor uses playlists and sing-a-longs to engage people living with dementia. --- Ivy is 105 years old and she loves music. She sings along to "old-timers" in the car when she’s traveling around Australia, and listens to "sad" songs before she goes to bed. "I usually have the m ...…
 
Paul Avis, Max Marchant and Donna Wray on promoting early intervention services - MAF136 This week I welcome Paul Avis back on the show for the fourth time along with his colleagues Max and Donna. We talk about Group Income Protection and Early Intervention Services. And try and answer the question, "Are insurers just insurers or are they servi ...…
 
The article enlightens us why foster care is needed and how we can apply to be a foster carer. (Na itukutuku oqo e vakaraitaka na vuni kena tu na foster carers kei na gaunisala e muri meda rawa ni foster carer. )
 
Today we are going to be discussing a disappearance that has stuck with me since it made the news. This case is one of the reasons why I wanted to start a podcast, because I want this to be heard. Today we are going to be discussing the disappearance of Mary Berrington, who went missing a year ago from her home in Upper Hutt. When this releases ...…
 
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New Activists on the Block
 
Sometimes you meet people that will probably change the world. Only a couple of weeks ago, I had the immense pleasure of meeting Rusty Williams. He also is a world changer. The New Activists were invited to speak at the Bernie Sanders health care rally in Charleston, WV about four weeks ago.Rusty is a patient advocate and helped usher in medica ...…
 
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Mutley Baptist Church Podcasts
 
The Caring Creator: Spiritual Carer. Rev'd Ross Maynard. Matthew 26:36-46. 16/07 PM
 
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The Debrief with Dave O'Neil
 
Dave and Fiona do a gig for carers and drive home discussing all things coma, Dave’s Dad Kev and being on Family Feud together, twice (Fiona and Dave... but Dave's been on with his Dad too). This episode’s song - Mambo Number 5. Why Mambo Number 5? Dave says “it’s all about a story I tell about breaking the Mambo Number 5 world record while dre ...…
 
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The Debrief with Dave O'Neil
 
Dave and Fiona do a gig for carers and drive home discussing all things coma, Dave’s Dad Kev and being on Family Feud together, twice (Fiona and Dave... but Dave's been on with his Dad too). This episode’s song - Mambo Number 5. Why Mambo Number 5? Dave says “it’s all about a story I tell about breaking the Mambo Number 5 world record while dre ...…
 
A fresh and practical guide to successfully managing children’s behaviour – from babies to young adults. Cathy Glass has been a foster carer for over 20 years, during this time fostering more than 50 children, as well as bringing up three of own. Many of these children have had severe behavioural difficulties and have come to Cathy as a last re ...…
 
Family Carers Ireland have welcomed the Government's proposal of a scheme to support carers, yet are skeptical as to whether the funding allocation will be enough to serve Ireland's aging population. Catherine Cox of Family Carers Ireland spoke to Morning Focus about their Pre-Budget Submission.
 
Up to 95 per cent of health care workers have experienced some sort of violence in the work place. How can we protect those who are putting themselves in danger simply by just doing their job?
 
Episode 12 – Democrats vs Democrats The Democrats really decided to screw the pooch on this one. Instead of arguing policy or politics, they chose to go low and sue college students. Classy. We discuss the democrats’ lawsuit against CSUF’s College Republicans in their latest effort to invalidate the recall of Josh Newman. But it doesn’t stop th ...…
 
One in ten young people self-harm in the UK today. There still remains a stigma around self-harm and it can be isolating, not only for the young person but also for the parent or carer. Join Rob Parsons, Jason Royce and Sarah Long as they explore this emotional topic. Useful websites - Selfharm.co.uk | Children1st.org.uk/selfharm | Selfharm You ...…
 
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The Mind and Soul Podcast
 
A theology of mental health is one that integrates suffering and victory, not that suggests vioctory is only evident in the absence of suffering. The lives of some of the world most celebrated theologians, writers and carers exemplifies how God’s power is made perfect in human weakness
 
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