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Bringing Up Betty is a podcast about the unique experiences that come with raising special needs kids. The podcast is a collection of narrative interviews with parents who are raising children with disabilities, developmental delays, diseases and other challenges.
 
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Helping Parents Teach Toddlers To Understand and Use Language
 
Nurture provides early childhood professionals and parents of young children a regular dialogue with thought leaders, practitioners, and family members about the most relevant topics in the field. Emphasizing social emotional development, Mark Gardner, LCSW, an early childhood mental health clinician and consultant, discusses important questions and topics with his guests that lie at the intersection of a diverse range of early childhood fields, including infant and early childhood mental he ...
 
This is Mill’s first work on economics. It foreshadows his Political Economy which was the standard Anglo-American Economics textbook of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Mill’s economic theory moved from free market capitalism, to government intervention within the precepts of Utilitarianism, and finally to Socialism.
 
You are "Listening in on LEEP" Forward Pediatric Development Clinic and therapeutic preschool and transitional kindergarten team of experts talking about topics parents and teachers care about. LEEP Forward has experts in the fields of Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology, Social Work, Developmental Therapy and Early Intervention.
 
New data were presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in June 2010 in Chicago regarding the role of axillary management in the treatment of early stage breast cancer. Join Dr. Harold Burstein as he leads a multidisciplinary case discussion that confronts the question of how these new data may alter your practice now or in the future. Joining Dr. Burstein, an oncologist, are Dr. Jennifer Bellon, MD, an interventional radiologist, and Dr. Mehra Golshan, a surgeon. This c ...
 
Global perspective on early diagnosis and intervention for children with developmental delays and disabilities
 
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Guest contributor, Rachael's personal story about her family and how they deal with Sensory Processing Disorder and Anxiety. • AdoreThem.com/Early-Intervention
 
Early intervention can make a world of difference for children. Catching potential concerns early and addressing them head on can mean a happier, healthier future for your child and the whole family. • AdoreThem.com/Early-Intervention
 
Early intervention can make a world of difference for children. Catching potential concerns early & addressing them head on can mean a happier, healthier future for your child & the whole family. AdoreThem.com/Early-Intervention
 
As a mother of a child with SPD, Sarah has a goal to educate herself & others. Learn more about symptoms, daily struggles, & resources that can help with SPD www.adorethem.com/early-intervention
 
Hear about Kathryn’s experience with her daughter who has SPD, & find out how they are trying to find their new balance between two worlds www.adorethem.com/early-intervention
 
Find out what therapist Genevieve recommends in order to help yourself get through difficult parenting moments www.adorethem.com/early-intervention
 
At the time I’m writing this I’ve completed 278 interviews on The Trauma Therapist | Podcast. However, I can’t name one guest who specializes in working with early childhood and trauma. Meet Dr. Mica Gonzalez. Mica is a clinical psychologist specializing in early childhood in the San Francisco Bay Area. His work involves helping young children ...…
 
Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary speak to Australian freelance journalist Angela Shanahan about her speaking journey. Angela writes for leading Australian newspapers including The Australian, The Canberra Times, The Sunday Telegraph, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, and news magazines The Spectator and Quadrant. Topics of interest include social aff ...…
 
Early intervention is seen as the key to reducing our prison population.A new report's highlighting New Zealand's rising rates of incarceration, even though our crime rates are dropping. It suggests reducing prisoner numbers starts with targeting at-risk children, putting more money into intervention and addressing mental health rather than pou ...…
 
Caryn Ward, PhD, is the Associate Director of Education and Measurement for the National Implementation Research Network at the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dr. Ward provides intensive, informed implementation supports to state and local education systems nationally through ...…
 
'Guideline number one is if it feels wrong, it is.' Joe Dolcetti Click To Tweet Joe Dolcetti is a futurist and an innovator in the field of human performance with an intimate and innate understanding of human movement and flow. He has a conditioning training, coaching and sport science career that has spanned over 31 years around the globe and ...…
 
It's time to have a talk about you. Whether you're an addict or someone who loves one, this conversation will provide invaluable insights on how to take care of yourself during early and long-term recovery. Are you struggling to break through someone's denial? Are you hitting roadblocks trying to help someone understand that they're addicted to ...…
 
Preparing for Birth Whether it’s your first pregnancy or your third as your due date approaches you begin to think more and more about what your labour is going to be like and if there is anything you can do to prepare… AP: Dr. Sarah lea is a family doctor specializing in obstetrics and has specialized training in women’s health. She is also th ...…
 
As a teenage birth mother (who ended up choosing the adoption route), Sarah spent many years telling the “I’m not enough” story to herself. After waking up one day and realizing she had lost touch with her true self identity, she decided to do a total soul intervention and reinvention. Sarah Shoemaker is a Women's Resiliency Coach who comes to ...…
 
Welcome to the newest episode of the new Sydney Sexual Health Centre podcast! To mark the launch of our new S-Check program for stimulant users at our Centre, we're talking sexualised drug use and early intervention strategies for psychosocial support.This episode features Fiona Magee from St Vincent's Hospital Alcohol and Drug Service and Lisa ...…
 
In this episode, second-time show guest and health & wellness legend David Wolfe leads us through all of his top recommendations for living the most energy-rich, abundant lifestyle possible. From the mystical power of biodynamic farming to the big pharma medical conspiracies currently suppressing natural disease interventions, to the power of s ...…
 
Dr Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, Associate Editor from the National Heart Centre and Duke National University of Singapore. Have you ever wondered, which is better for heart health, low calorie vegetarian or a Mediterranean diet ...…
 
Doug Hardy sits down with Kristin Overton, the Director of Counseling at Cole Valley Christian Schools. They discuss her beginnings in and passion for counseling, early intervention, the importance of being proactive rather than reactive, and more. Learn more about Cole Valley here.
 
Dana talks to her friend Melissa about the challenge to implement an effective anti-bullying program at her daughter's school. They discuss bullying statistics, the importance of parent involvement and early intervention, and which methods have shown the most positive results.
 
We chat with Mike Aratow, the Chief Medical Information Officer at the San Mateo Medical Center. There he provides strategic leadership and manages a menagerie of information technology systems, from electronic health records to the bleeding edge interventions tested by the SMMC Hub. By leading innovation efforts with early stage companies, Mik ...…
 
Hosted by Marie-Therese Schultes Interviewee Courtney LueckingCourtney began her doctoral training in the Nutrition Department at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2014. Prior to that she earned dual Master's degrees from Saint Louis University in Nutrition and Public Health, Court ...…
 
Numerous research studies have found that developmentally appropriate learning gives young children the start they need to thrive at home, in school, and as they grow into adults. Yet, for many families, enriching childcare and preschool are out of reach. Join us as we discuss the lack of access to childcare and early childhood education, the p ...…
 
This episode’s guest is Beth Mynatt, Professor of Computing at Georgia Tech. In addition to her pioneering work in Human Computer Interaction and Ubiquitous Computing, she has devoted significant energy in recent years to research administration. In our conversation, we talk about her own research in human-centered health technology, her role f ...…
 
Christians can have joy in all circumstances, even in the face of immense suffering. Paul's life testified to the truthfulness of this claim, and he wrote the letter of Philippians to remind the church in Philippi that they too could find joy and suffering. Throughout the letter Paul spends considerable time thanking the church for their partne ...…
 
Dr. Carolyn Lam: Welcome to Circulation on the Run, your weekly podcast summary and backstage pass to the journal and its editors. I'm Dr. Carolyn Lam, associate editor from the National Heart Center and Duke National University of Singapore. Today's feature paper is going to cause us to rethink the way we prognosticate patients with pulmonary ...…
 
Links for this episode: http://www.wholehealthnow.com I encountered my guest for today, Kim Elia, when I took my first Whole Health Now course with Will Taylor, Acute Prescribing, several years ago. I remember Kim’s voice and speaking style being so distinctive and memorable, not to mention how he would rattle off Aphorisms of the Organon from ...…
 
We are honored to have, Dr Neal Barnard a noted physician, advocate for nutritional science, as well as president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine on the show. Dr Barnard explains how and why he started the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). PCRM is an advocacy group for information about good medicine, nu ...…
 
Dr. Hill M. Walker is the co-director of the University of Oregon's Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior (IVDB). Walker’s research interests include social skills assessment and intervention, violence prevention, early intervention, school safety, and longitudinal research. Hill Walker received the Council for Exceptional Children Res ...…
 
Our podcast guest is Dr. Harvey Kliman, MD, PhD. Listen as Chris Duffy visits with him about his research of the placenta and pregnancy outcomes. Harvey Kliman, MD, PhD, is a Research Scientist in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences and the Director of the Reproductive and Placental Research Unit at Yale. His clinic ...…
 
Today we are discussing the impact of heavy metals on our health. We’re all being exposed to heavy metals on a regular basis, and so avoidance is not enough. Welcome, Wendy Myers, who is the founder of MyersDetox.com. She is a functional diagnostic nutritionist and bioenergetic practitioner. She is passionate about educating the public on the i ...…
 
When working with people with eating disorders, it is important to shift paradigms to one of resourcefulness vs. sickness The therapeutic relationship determines clients willingness to openly discuss and explore behavior patterns, consider altering eating behavior and disclose accurate information. You can improve motivation by creating mutuall ...…
 
In this episode we discuss the antics and power politics in play between Rome and the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association (CPCA)**, especially the significance of the current Roman Bishop in White ordering a duly-appointed Bishop in China to step down in favor of an excommunicated, schismatic member of the CPCA. As long as a given tactic of ...…
 
In this episode we discuss the antics and power politics in play between Rome and the Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association (CPCA)**, especially the significance of the current Roman Bishop in White ordering a duly-appointed Bishop in China to step down in favor of an excommunicated, schismatic member of the CPCA. As long as a given tactic of ...…
 
In this episode Noreen describes the brain and how it works. It will help the listener if they refer to the cover picture when she does. Realising that trauma is a biological problem and not a mental one helps us understand why we experience these feelings and how we can overcome them. Noreen also discusses empathy and how using the head instea ...…
 
Taken as a whole, leaders demonstrate a wide array of skills and talent. While great leaders often exhibit some consistent marks, there’s simply no set script they follow. No inventory of essential traits all must possess to excel. Indeed, some great leaders demonstrate contradictory traits from each other. One is gregarious, another reserved. ...…
 
Taken as a whole, leaders demonstrate a wide array of skills and talent. While great leaders often exhibit some consistent marks, there’s simply no set script they follow. No inventory of essential traits all must possess to excel. Indeed, some great leaders demonstrate contradictory traits from each other. One is gregarious, another reserved. ...…
 
In our first episode, we discuss the potential role of Angiotensin II for treating shock and review the results of the ATHOS-3 clinical trial. Our guest is Stephen W. Trzeciak, MD, MPH. Dr. Trzeciak is Interim Chair of Internal Medicine and Head of Critical Care Medicine at Cooper University Health Care. Dr. Trzeciak holds academic appointments ...…
 
Brandon Dyson returns with a two part series on Residency Interview Questions. He is the founder of www.tldrpharmacy.com - which provides cheat sheets and easy to understand overviews of dense clinical topics. He is a clinical pharmacist for an academic medical center in Austin, Texas and an Assistant Professor of pharmacology for the online nu ...…
 
I have been working with porn addicts for a decade now. I am embarrassed to admit that one thing that took me several years to catch onto was the incredibly devastating effect that pornography has on spouses. Well, I knew it was devastating, but I did not know what to do about that. I just thought if I could help the addict stop then the spouse ...…
 
In an unprecedented move, President Donald Trump announced that the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's official capital, an action that is already inflaming the Middle East and the Arab world. In a statement from the White House Diplomatic Reception Room, Trump said, "I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the ...…
 
The general manager of Gull is warning that excessive Government intervention in the fuel market could backfire.The Government today announced it could crackdown on fuel companies if they're found to be ripping off consumers.It comes on the back of a report that shows rising petrol margins are costing Kiwis hundreds of millions of dollars a yea ...…
 
Part 2***This is a Spoiler Full Episode***We can’t help ourselves. Despite our intentions, we go into spoilers for Silver Linings Playbook (If only because Mike1 needed a borderline intervention without them), Django Unchained, and bizarrely enough, Creed. But we make up for it with an overload of piping hot takes that will set fire to your mov ...…
 
Transcript: Good to see you guys back. At least half of you came back. I'm sure the rest ... Tim just totally torpedoed me. Right in the middle of the session he just starts dropping wisdom and, you know, marketing his upcoming class right in the middle of mine. We are going to pick up where we left off and again, if you missed this morning you ...…
 
Transforming textile waste into pristine new fiber at a molecular level… Stacy Flynn, CEO/Co-founder of EVRNU (fiber technology transforms textile waste into pristine new fiber. Evrnu has invented the only regenerative fiber made from post-consumer textile waste) joins Pavan Bahl,… Continue Reading → The post 206 – Stacy Flynn of EVRNU – Shapes ...…
 
If you're an english professor, as well as an author, poet, yoga teacher and playwright, what do you do after struggling with infertility? Why, you turn it into a play of course! When Lisa Grunberger heard the ART of Infertility was organizing an art exhibit in Philadelphia, she quickly adapted a book she had written into a screenplay, hired a ...…
 
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