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Hozpitality Group- Jobs, Courses, Products, Events and News- One stop shop for Hospitality Industry
Head to Asha's WAFI to indulge in a business lunch deal that will leave you full!

Hozpitality Group- Jobs, Courses, Products, Events and News- One stop shop for Hospitality Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 0:55


Head to Asha's WAFI to indulge in a business lunch deal that will leave you full. #ashasrestuarant #ashabhosle #bestindianrestaurant #indianrestaurant #indianrestaurantdubai #businesslunch #businessluncheon #businesslunchdubai #dubai #dubairestaurant #dubaifoodie #dubaifoodlovers #dubaifood #waficity #waficitydubai #waficitymall #hozpitality https://www.hozpitality.com/Ashas_Wafi/read-article/business-lunch-7838.html

Curiosity Daily
Anti-Hangover Pill, Perks of Whale Poop, Found Dino Tracks

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 11:23


A Swedish company has created a new anti-hangover pill that reduces the short-term effects of drinking, whale poop is helping our ocean's ecosystems, and a recent drought in Texas revealed the footprints from a dinosaur over 100 million years ago. Anti-Hangover Pill“Myrkl: new anti-hangover pill said to break down up to 70% of alcohol in an hour – what you need to know“ by Ashwin Dhandahttps://theconversation.com/myrkl-new-anti-hangover-pill-said-to-break-down-up-to-70-of-alcohol-in-an-hour-what-you-need-to-know-186357“'Anti-Hangover' Pill Myrkl Now Available in the UK: Does It Work?” by Taylor Leameyhttps://www.cnet.com/health/nutrition/anti-hangover-pill-myrkl-now-available-in-the-uk-does-it-work/Perks of Whale Poop“Why you should care about whale poo” by Dr. Asha de Voshttps://www.ted.com/talks/asha_de_vos_why_you_should_care_about_whale_poo?language=en“ALUMNI STORIES: 'A PILE OF WHALE POOP INSPIRED ME TO WORK IN CONSERVATION'” by Tabitha Whitinghttps://www.alumni.ox.ac.uk/quad/article/alumni-stories-whale-poop-inspired-meFound Dino Tracks “Watch How Texas Man Found Huge Dinosaur Tracks in Riverbed Dried From Drought” by Andy Corbleyhttps://www.goodnewsnetwork.org/watch-how-texas-man-found-huge-dinosaur-tracks-in-riverbed-dried-from-drought/“Dinosaur tracks revealed in Texas as severe drought dries up river” by Gloria Oladipohttps://www.theguardian.com/science/2022/aug/24/dinosaur-tracks-footprints-texas-drought-riverFollow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: https://curiosity-daily-4e53644e.simplecast.com/episodes/anti-hangover-pill-perks-of-whale-poop-found-dino-tracks

ON AIR
#214 - Susan Vaidya Shrestha, Asha Dangol & Erina Tamrakar

ON AIR

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 109:33


Susan Vaidya Shrestha is the chairperson/founder of E-Arts Nepal, executive director of Agni Group and United Traders Syndicate Pvt. Ltd. Asha Dangol is the co-founder of Kasthamandap Art Studio and E-Arts Nepal. And, Erina Tamrakar is also the co-founder of Kasthamandap Art Studio and E-Arts Nepal. E-Arts Nepal has organized the Himalayan Art Festival 2022 from today till 30 Sep at Nepal Art Council. Go support them. Cheers!

Black Girl Roundtable
Episode 30 - Not Everybody Hates Chris

Black Girl Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 89:05


Dana, Jalina, and Asha talk about retiring anti-black rhetoric within the community and restaurant etiquette along with the latest hot topics. Be sure to subscribe, rate the podcast, and follow us on Social Media!

Visionary Wellness
Episode 423: Reasons We Feel Inferior| Dr. Asha Prasad

Visionary Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 7:33


Sometimes, we can't help but feel inferior. Maybe we didn't get the promotion we wanted, or our friends seem to be doing better than us. Whatever the reason, inferioritycomplex can be a real drag on our self-esteem. Luckily, there are things we can do to feel better about ourselves. Learning to love and accept ourselves is an important first step. We also need to remember that everyone has their own unique gifts and talents. We don't have to compare ourselves to others in order to feel good about ourselves. Instead, focus on being the best version of ourselves that we can be.

Heart and Soul
Spiritualism and the Soul

Heart and Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 26:29


21 year old journalism graduate, Saskia Masaun has been attending meditation, mediumship and healing classes at the Spiritualists National Union (SNU) Church in Wolverhampton UK since she was 16, alongside her spiritualist mother. In this Heart & Soul for the BBC World Service, Saskia explains how her faith, which includes connecting with the spirit world through mediums and a seven principle philosophy described as a ‘guideline for life', is helping her navigate her journey as she sets out on her career. She speaks to Spiritualist leaders and attends the medium's training college, where recruits are taught the art of communicating with the dead. She talks to Karin Huber, a full time medium in Germany, and Asha, a healer who was brought up as a Hindu in the British multicultural city where they live. From its beginnings, founded in the 1840's in the US, spiritualism has established itself in the UK through its teachings on mediumship, healing and a philosophy which centres the soul through developing self-awareness. Presented by Saskia Masaun Produced by Dylan Hayward and Nina Robinson.

The Savvy Luminary: Astrology for Entrepreneurs
Connecting and Releasing this Equinox with Asha Frost

The Savvy Luminary: Astrology for Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 39:06


Asha Frost, Indigenous Medicine woman, joins me in this episode about the Autumnal Equinox. Together we explore the significance of this balance between light and dark, how societies across the globe celebrated and what we can do to decolonize our beliefs to get back to our beautiful truth this season. This Equinox, sparking Libra season is the same day as the mid point of our Mercury Retrograde AND a few days before the Libra New Moon asks us to rewire our values, what we love and appreciate that are outside societal's outward markers. Then Buffalo medicine joins us, supporting us to trust what needs releasing so we can reclaim what is fully ours.

Golf Pod Kentucky
Episode 57 - Ke'Asha Phillips

Golf Pod Kentucky

Play Episode Play 54 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 32:28


Ke'Asha Phillips, the champion of the 2022 Kentucky Women's Open, is on the pod to discuss a number of topics including her victory at Bellefonte Country Club earlier this summer. She recounts her junior golf career in Owensboro and how that led to an opportunity to play collegiately with the Xavier Muskateers. Ke'Asha also discusses the newfound journey she's undertaken to play professionally and what that process has been like. Lastly, she talks about her journey through the game as an African-American woman and how golf can continue its efforts to be more inclusive in the future. 

Visionary Wellness
Episode 422: The Law of Attraction| Dr. Asha Prasad

Visionary Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 6:22


Have you ever wondered why some people always seem to have good luck, while others always seem to be struggling? According to the law of attraction, we attract what we believe. So if we believe that we're confident and worthy of success, we're more likely to achieve our goals. On the other hand, if we doubt ourselves and believe that we're not good enough, we'll likely struggle to reach our full potential. The good news is that confidence is a state of mind that can be cultivated through positive thinking and affirmations.

Growing Pains
LITE | Emotional Cup -Katyana Azman (Growing Pains)

Growing Pains

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 10:34


Katyana Azman joined Asha & Non on #TheLITEBreakfast for another episode of Growing Pains.

The Pour Decisions Podcast
Intentional Friendships

The Pour Decisions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 51:31


On this week's episode, the girls discuss the difference between envy versus jealousy, then Asha opens up about developing friendships in a new city. Who knew making friends as an adult would be so hard?!Thank you for listening! Please follow, rate and review our podcast. And follow us on Instagram: @thepourdecisions.podcastContact us via email at: thepourdecisions.podcast.lam@gmail.comxo LAM

The Design Business Show
The Design Business Show 197: Demonstrating Creative Diversity with CheerNotes CEO, Asha Banks

The Design Business Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 41:48


Asha is the CEO of CheerNotes, an inclusive stationery brand that focuses in diverse representation of creatives, designs, and messaging. A creative at heart and engineer by training, Asha seeks to build CheerNotes into a company that not only produces stationery, but also addresses common challenges for consumers and creatives who want to connect authentically. CheerNotes currently curates designs from over 30 artists, creates their own line of cards, and creates custom cards for small and large businesses. You can also find CheerNotes at over 40 retailers across the US and in Marshall's and Winners in multiple provinces in Canada. Here's what we covered on the episode: The Unmet Need Asha Saw + Inspiration Behind CheerNotes  How I asked my friend Shannon, who has been on the show before for some diverse guests, and she connected me with Asha, who is here to talk about her diverse stationery brand   In junior high, Asha created her first products; skin and hair products for African Americans - this was the first time she desired to fill unmet needs  Asha had been feeling something missing in the greeting card aisle for a long time, and although she's not a designer, Asha was trying to figure out how she could amplify the work she could find on the internet     CheerNotes started as a curator for diverse designs - Asha would find designers all over the internet and bring them all to one place, making it easier for people to discover them and buy from them  Asha would become a customer of these designers by buying from them wholesale The inspiration behind CheerNotes happened when someone was trying to buy sobriety anniversary cards for their friend but ended up saying nothing because they couldn't find a card to help them express themselves This inspiration made Asha think about other moments and helping people connect, so they started making their cards in collaboration with other communities so they could really understand what people wanted to receive and give  Asha says she struggled with marketing in the beginning because their business caters to a lot of different niches and identities  One of the biggest ways they've been able to market is through word-of-mouth and building their community on Instagram Because Asha is not a designer, she's been trying to find ways to share her reality on Instagram, which is finding artists and working with artists through her sketches to bring them to live  How Asha's background has nothing to do with retail or design, yet she's building a creative company - Asha was a chemical engineer for 7 years In the future, Asha would like CheerNotes to not only be a gifting mechanism but also be a way for people to find products to help them connect with themselves, like journals  Asha started the company while in her MBA program, and in her first year, she was working on a completely different idea, knowing she wanted to do entrepreneurship but decided it wasn't a feasible idea Over the next summer, Asha was thinking about an idea she had worked on in the past on her own time, which was this greeting card company  So often, we think about reaching out to people but never follow all the way through, which is why Asha was not only thinking about diversity but also thinking about convenience  At first, Asha was trying to make a complicated tech-based idea because she felt that for her idea to be good, it needed to be tech-based, which is something she had to get over mentally  Asha started a Shopify site, reached out to different designers, and told them her vision - they ended up starting with 4 designers Asha ended up taking down the Shopify service; she wanted to know if it was enough for them to just be a curator of diverse cards - was it enough for someone to come to them when they could buy cards anywhere else  CheerNotes started in 2020, and by the end of the year, Asha paused the sign and send service, and they were 100% a curator of diverse and inclusive cards      How Ahsa is a customer of the designers - they buy the cards wholesale, and they hold inventory, which is currently located in Pennsylvania, where Asha is from  Asha just moved out of her parent's basement, where she had been working on the business for the last 2 years - CheerNotes headquarters is still in the basement   How they hold inventory and ship it, whether it's going to wholesale retailers or going directly to a customer - they do not hold inventory for custom cards because they are made on demand  Finding Diverse Creatives + Tips for Your Wholesale Journey  Faire is a growing wholesale broker that connects small businesses with other small businesses, which makes it a lot easier for other brands or shops to discover them and buy from them  At the time, Asha didn't know that designers had their products in multiple online shops - Asha believed that the designers wouldn't want her to take away from their possible sales After the summer of 2020, Faire, along with other greeting card entities, had a lot of initiatives to help black-owned brands get into wholesale, so there was an explosion of black-owned brands on Faire, which made it easy for Asha to discover brands to have on the site  How Asha has a wide variety of people that she buys from, mainly from Faire because that's where almost all her suppliers are  Asha says she pays a lot of attention to different hashtags that are related to the people they are trying to help serve or feel unseen in the greeting card aisle If people are interested in having Asha buy their cards wholesale, they can email her at asha@cheernotes.com - introduce yourself and share your work and get on Asha's list so you know when they'll be buying again      Asha explains they only buy at certain times because they are trying to get website volume up and because she wants to be a good customer who's able to make repeat orders    We discuss the different categories and communities on CheerNotes.com: African American, Hispanic, South Asian, LGBTQ+, pet lovers, pop culture, sobriety, wellness, self-care, etc.  If Asha designs one of the cards, she explains that it might be more text-based than illustrated, and for all the other cards, she does creative direction where she sketches or makes a creative brief, then explains what she wants so the designers can help bring it to life  How Asha created a creative direction process because she wanted her line of cards to be more cohesive and recognizable even though she has multiple artists   Asha uses Canva to do a mock layout of the card structure; the designers take that, make a sketch, then do a review, and it goes into the final design stage  The custom cards offer came about when Asha was in school, but due to covid, they couldn't come back to campus, so the school reached out and asked if they could make a card to send out to students and remind them of the community they're apart of  Custom cards are one of the main ways that they can keep funding the business How Asha has been able to work with Target for a few projects in their accelerator program  If someone is interested in a custom card order, they can email Asha at asha@cheernotes.com, but they also have an area on their website for custom cards as well  To clarify, Asha's work with Target was for custom cards; they aren't on shelves - Target doesn't usually take on card brands because they have a relationship with one of the major brands  When it came to Marshalls, someone from their team reached out to Asha after discovering CheerNotes on Instagram and checking out their site and wanted to know more about the company  The relationship between CheerNotes and Marshalls seems to be atypical where the retailer is buying the goods upfront - you don't always have the opportunity for a large retailer to buy upfront and promise not to return everything  CheerNotes' biggest wholesale presence is with smaller shops around the country - Asha believes the best place to start a wholesale journey is in your backyard  The first place Asha pitched was a coffee shop/bookstore in her hometown; the second place Asha pitched was a coffee shop/bookstore she came across while traveling in New Orleans - she congratulated them on opening by sending samples of the cards, which went over very well   Asha says a good place to start when creating an inclusive brand is by intentionally seeking out diverse creatives outside of campaigns because often, these creatives are only sought out when a certain month or celebration comes around when they should be sought out all year round        Diverse designers create work that appeals to everyone, which Asha has realized in her own business - when you purchase a card, you might not identify the same as the designer(s) who created it In terms of what's next for CheerNotes, Asha wants to focus on expanding what they offer - Asha would like to offer more items that people can find for personal use  Asha always envisioned CheerNotes being a connection company, not a holiday company, so it's important for Asha to create connections with others but also with the designers that they find and to have self-connection They have found that small and medium-sized businesses are attracted to the custom work CheerNotes has and like the ability to offer something to their clients that is personal  Connect with Asha on Instagram, get on their email list through their website because they are working on more ways to give tips and learn more about the creatives they work with, or reach out to Asha through email at asha@cheernotes.com    Links mentioned: CheerNotes Website Connect with Asha on Instagram    Like what you heard? Click here to subscribe + leave a review on iTunes. Click here to download my Sales Page Trello Board Let's connect on Instagram!

Visionary Wellness
Episode 421 This Is Your Life| Dr. Asha Prasad

Visionary Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:49


This is your life. No one else can live it for you, and no one else can tell you how to live it. You have the power to choose your own path, and you have the responsibility to make the most of it. Life is precious, and it should be lived with love and enthusiasm. Don't let anyone or anything hold you back from living fully and chasing your dreams. And don't ever look back with regret. This is your life, so make it count.

Meet Bridget
56. Bridgetymology - Discipline

Meet Bridget

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 8:54


Today, I am coming to you as a parent of a toddler and a newborn, who quite honestly really doesn't have it all together! In a storm of Google searches on how to get my toddler to stop throwing things for fun, I've explored several theories of DISCIPLINE.  Prior to having kids, my main relationship with the word discipline was through the concept of self-discipline. Self-discipline with health and fitness, self-discipline to earn academic degrees, and self-discipline to keep working away at something (like creating this podcast) until it became a reality.  But now that I am in this position of needing to use discipline to help my daughter grow and develop as a responsible and safe little human, it's like I need to learn it ALL OVER AGAIN. Do I need to be disciplined on discipline?  In today's episode, Asha is breaking down the word DISCIPLINE! Head over to meetbridget.com for full show notes.

North Star Journey
In Focus: How to make outdoor recreation welcoming for all 

North Star Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 51:32


Minnesota is a state blessed with abundant outdoor spaces. Pristine lakes, rocky shores, towering pines, dancing prairies, there is a never-ending, always-changing kaleidoscope of nature that beckons us to explore.   But not everyone feels welcome.   Historically, outdoor recreation has been a white, wealthy, able-bodied and male-dominated realm. Here in Minnesota, about 20 percent of Minnesotans identify as people of color. But according to a Department of Natural Resources study, people of color make up only five percent of state park visitors.   What can be done to encourage all Minnesotans to enjoy our rich landscape? Is there a way to make communities of color feel safe and welcome in traditionally white outdoor spaces? What kind of innovative programs are already addressing this disparity?   Outside in MN Duluth groups push to make outdoor sports more diverse Angela Davis Minnesota looks to address disparities in outdoor recreation APM Research Lab How Minnesotans feel about local parks and other outdoor recreation areas On August 31, at a special In Focus, live at the Minnesota State Fair, MPR News host Twila Dang tackled these questions and more with two outdoor equity experts. Guests: Anthony Taylor works tirelessly to connect Black people and communities of color to nature-based outdoor experiences and active living. He has led equitable outdoors efforts as Adventures Director for the Loppet Foundation and as SVP Equity Outdoors for YMCA of the North. He continues this work to make Minnesota's green spaces welcoming and accessible to all through his work at the Met Council, The Cultural Wellness Center and various other municipal, state and community partners.  Asha Shoffner is an educator, adventurer, disrupter, auntie and the founder of Fiwygin Outdoors and the BIPOC Outdoors Twin Cities Facebook group. Asha also works for the city of Saint Paul as an environmental and outdoor education coordinator.  To listen to the full conversation you can use the audio player above. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.

Visionary Wellness
Episode 420: Ways To Stop Worrying| Dr. Asha Prasad

Visionary Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:30


One of the best ways to stop worrying is to stop worrying about your future. Trust that everything will work out the way it's supposed to. Live in the present moment and be grateful for what you have. The more you worry, the less likely you are to enjoy what's happening in your life right now. Instead of worrying, focus on what you can do to make your future better. You'll be much happier and less stressed if you live in the present and don't sweat the small stuff.

Conversations with Asha & Steve
Episode 103: Struggle to Be Yourself| Dr. Asha Prasad & Steve Harper

Conversations with Asha & Steve

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 23:35


We all have our own unique Identity and we struggle every day to be ourselves. It is a continuous Journey to find out who we are and to be comfortable in our own skin. We go through life trying to fit in and be like everyone else, when all we really need to do is be ourselves. Be you and live your life the way you want to live it. Don't let anyone else control your happiness, only you have the power to do that. The struggle to be yourself is a hard one, but it's worth it in the end because you get to live your life exactly the way you want to. So don't give up on yourself, keep fighting the good fight and eventually you'll find your way.

Autism Outreach
#089: How To Help Your Autistic Learners Go Beyond Basic Communication

Autism Outreach

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 20:22


“Rose speaks through the lens of the SLP and BCBA which is incredibly helpful in bridging the communication between the two fields. Rose keeps students' individual needs at the forefront of decisions on therapy targets and she incorporates autistic voices and has worked hard to keep therapy and training relevant to autistic learners. I appreciated her practical therapy ideas and sharing of materials to get started.” Jenny Blackman, SLPIntroducing ABA Speech's newest course, Advanced Language Learner. A brand new 5-hour ASHA and ACE-approved course. Are your autistic learners struggling to break beyond their basic communication skills? Plateauing? This course is packed full of helpful, transformative content to bring your learners and your therapy to the next level.What can you expect to learn?-Effective assessments-Collaboration tips and techniques-Developing expressive and receptive communication skills-Strengthening social skills AND respecting individuality-IEP Meeting Tips-Effective group intervention-Guest Lecturer: Oliver Wendt, Matrix Training-Monthly group mentoring and support with access to the online community-Materials: Adapted books, no prep group activities, language book, leisure activity visuals, and so much more.Do not miss out on this one-time-only FOUNDERS pricing: $197 available for 1 week only!#autism #speectherapy What's Inside:How to go from basic communication skills to skyrocketing speech and language growthWhat you can expect from ABA Speech's newest course: Advanced Language LearnerInformation and materials for assessments, collaboration, IEP goals, group intervention, and more.Founders Price for a brand new ASHA and ACE-approved course.Mentioned In This Episode: Advanced Language Learner - Sign Up Today - ABA SpeechRegister for the Pyramid Educational Consultant's Third Annual FUNctional Communication Conference on October 17th & 18thABA Speech: Home

Telepractice Today
Joe Comeau Discusses School-Based Telepractice

Telepractice Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 51:32


Joe is one of the National Directors of Telepractice at EBS Healthcare and The Stepping Stones Group. Joe has been fully immersed in teletherapy with school-based caseloads since 2015, and has enjoyed presenting to colleagues as an ASHA-approved Continuing Education Provider since 2008.  He currently manages, trains, supports and motivates other tech-savvy and tech-curious clinicians working with the telepractice team. One of his passions is designing and presenting instructional content, not just for students but for colleagues and professionals, that engages and captivates.  For more information about EBS & The Stepping Stones Group:  http://ssgtelepractice.com/ You can access this episode by visiting: www.3cdigitalmedianetwork.com/telepractice-today-podcast  

Reading Room Talk
23. Dr. Asha Patton-Smith, It's On Psych!

Reading Room Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 44:14


Impression: Dr. Asha Patton-Smith describes her journey into Child/Adolescent Psychiatry after growing up in Hampton Roads, attending the prolific HBCU Xavier University in New Orleans, graduating from Eastern Virginia Medical School and training in the one and only Chocolate City.

Visionary Wellness
Episode 419: Create Your Legacy| Dr. Asha Prasad

Visionary Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 5:22


As you go through life, you have the opportunity to create your legacy. This can be done in many ways, but one of the most important is investing in yourself. By taking the time to develop your skills and knowledge, you can set yourself apart from the pack and position yourself for success. Whether you're taking classes, reading books, or attending seminars, investing in your own self-development will pay dividends down the road. And as you build your legacy, don't forget to give back and help others achieve their potential. By mentoring others and sharing your wisdom, you can make a lasting impact on the world around you. So start investing in yourself today, and you'll be well on your way to creating a legacy that will last for generations.

Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education
What's RTM and Why Should Rehab Therapists Care?

Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 51:59


PT, PTA, OT, OTA, SLP – this podcast may help you meet your continuing education requirements. Access Relias Academy to review course certificate information.   In this episode, we talk with Anang Chokshi, PT, DPT, about the value of remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM) as an effective modality for your practice and share clinical pearls about the implementation of RTM for greatest success. (02:12) Key Takeaways  (04:10) What Is RTM?  (05:28) Who Can Use RTM Codes  (07:26) Rationale for RTM Codes  (11:30) How the Codes Were Developed  (15:01) Benefits of RTM  (17:58) RTM Data and Devices  (20:36) Examples of RTM Devices  (23:02) RTM Codes and How to Bill Them  (24:21) Initial Set-up and Education Code  (26:34) Device Codes  (27:50) Management Services Codes  (30:36) RTM with Assistants  (32:05) 20-Minute Codes  (34:24) Interactive Communication Requirement  (34:55) Operationalizing RTM and Customer Service  (37:49) How to Start Doing RTM  (41:08) Best Practices for Implementation  (43:01) Implementation Mistakes  (45:02) Patient Selection  (47:35) Adjunct to Patient Care  (50:10) Conclusion  The content for this course was created by Anang Chokshi, PT, DPT, OCS, SCS. The content for this course was created by Tiffany Shubert, PT, Ph.D. The content for this course was created by Susan Almon-Matangos, MS, CCC-SLP. Here is how Relias can help you earn continuing education credits:  Access your Relias Library offered by your employer to see course certificate information and exam;   or   Access the continuing education library for clinicians at Relias Academy. Review the course certificate information, and if eligible, you can purchase the course to access the course exam and receive your certificate.  Learn more about Relias at www.relias.com.    Legal Disclaimer: The content of Stretch: Relias Rehab Therapy Education is provided only for educational and training purposes for healthcare professionals. The educational material provided in this podcast should not be used as medical advice to treat any medical condition in either yourself or others.  Resources  APTA remote therapeutic monitoring practice resource: https://www.apta.org/your-practice/payment/medicare-payment/rtm-codes-practice-advisory   ASHA remote therapeutic monitoring overview: https://www.asha.org/news/2021/2022-medicare-part-b-final-rule-includes-new-remote-monitoring-codes-significant-payment-cuts/   FDA database for medical devices: https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfRL/rl.cfm   FDA resource on software as a medical device: https://www.fda.gov/medical-devices/digital-health-center-excellence/software-medical-device-samd

Rajat Jain
Asha Dashmi Mantra आशा दशमी मंत्र

Rajat Jain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 0:27


Asha Dashmi Mantra आशा दशमी मंत्र • व्रत की पूजा में अपने कार्य की सिद्धि के लिये प्रार्थना करें। प्रार्थना करते हुए इस मंत्र का जाप करें- आशाश्रचशा: सदा सन्तु सिद्धय्नताम मे मनोरथा: भवतिनाम प्रसादेन सदा कल्याणमसित्व्ती|| इसका तात्पर्य है कि- ' हे आशा देवियों! मेरी आशाएं सदा सफल हों, मेरे मनोरथ पूर्ण हो, आपके अनुग्रह से मेरा सदा कल्याण हो।' विधिवत पूजा कर प्रसाद ग्रहण करना चाहिये। इसी कर्म से प्रत्येक मास में इस व्रत को करना चाहिये। जब तक मनोकामना पूर्ण न हो इस व्रत को विधिवत करते रहना आवश्यक होता है।

Checkbox Other with Nikki Innocent
Soul Centered Commerce with Asha Ramakrishna

Checkbox Other with Nikki Innocent

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 86:51


If capitalism and the state of the current economy don't feel like they align with your values, the way you interact with the world and how you envision a more expansive future, this episode is for you! Sacred Commerce Priestess Asha Ramakrishna joins Nikki to talk about what a soul centered approach to trade and commerce looks and feels like. Asha shares her story and her incredible work of reconnecting us with the true essence of what it is to be wealthy, worthy and honoring your full value through pilgrimages, intentional community care, Human Design and other sacred practices. She talks about focusing on “re-indigenizing” ourselves and connecting to the wisdom and power of our ancestors to thrive as we move forward to a more inclusive tomorrow.

The Unrestricted Podcast
Getting Unrestricted About The 2022 Savannah Pro with IFBB Pro Asha Hadley

The Unrestricted Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 30:58


Ish Barri Of The Unrestricted Podcast interviews the 2020 Savannah Pro Women's Bodybuilding Champion, Asha Hadley. Asha gets prepared for the 2022 Lenda Murray Savannah PRO-AM (IFBB and NPC). How does she do it? How did she get to be where and who she is today? Ish dives in head first with all the questions for Asha! Watch or listen to all of Asha's previous appearances on The Unrestricted Podcast and more on https://www.barrimediaunrestricted.com/search/?q=asha+hadley Follow Asha on Social Media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashahadley ✅Best ways to help support The Unrestricted Podcast! ✔️PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/barrimedia ✔️Patreon: https://patreon.com/theunrestrictedpodcast ✔️Merch: https://tiny.cc/unrestrictedstore To reach the Unrestricted team you can email: Barri.MediaTexas@gmail.com ✅FOLLOW THE UNRESTRICTED PODCAST ✔️INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/unrestricted_podcast ✔️TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/podunrestricted ✔️WEBSITE: https://www.barrimediaunrestricted.com ✔️YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/theunrestrictedpodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/unrestrictedpodcast/support

Telepractice Today
Michelle Boisvert Discusses Technology Solutions

Telepractice Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 54:12


Dr. Michelle Boisvert received her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She is a practicing speech language pathologist and has researched the use and application of telepractice for school-based services.  In addition, she has examined how strategic technologies can support workload practices for SLPs to maintain high professional standards and meet job expectations. Dr. Boisvert has published numerous articles and book chapters on telepractice, tele-AAC, and workload strategies. She was the former editor of the Perspectives on Telepractice, a publication offered through ASHA, and continues to peer-review journal articles on that topic. Website: www.easyreportpro.com Description of Platform:  easyReportPRO is a robust platform that helps Speech-Language Pathologists write comprehensive and error-free diagnostic reports. The platform gives therapists the tools to deliver professional and valuable reports. With auto-outline, auto-populate, auto-match features embedded in every one of the 700+ evaluation resources, therapists can quickly use ready-to-go reports or build their own personalized templates. These features enable clinicians to organize the content of report sections instantly, ensure accuracy of information (i.e., consistent demographics and standard scores that automatically match descriptive text, tables, and charts), and create a professional reporting style. Most importantly, easyReportPRO's powerful tools and features generate an error-free report draft in minutes. As a result, SLPs can spend their time adding expert details, writing the diagnostic impressions, and identifying the strategies, recommendations, and accommodations that support the student, client, and team members! You can access this episode by visiting: www.3cdigitalmedianetwork.com/telepractice-today-podcast  

MPR News with Angela Davis
In Focus: How to make outdoor recreation welcoming for all 

MPR News with Angela Davis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 51:32


Minnesota is a state blessed with abundant outdoor spaces. Pristine lakes, rocky shores, towering pines, dancing prairies, there is a never-ending, always-changing kaleidoscope of nature that beckons us to explore.   But not everyone feels welcome.   Historically, outdoor recreation has been a white, wealthy, able-bodied and male-dominated realm. Here in Minnesota, about 20 percent of Minnesotans identify as people of color. But according to a Department of Natural Resources study, people of color make up only five percent of state park visitors.   What can be done to encourage all Minnesotans to enjoy our rich landscape? Is there a way to make communities of color feel safe and welcome in traditionally white outdoor spaces? What kind of innovative programs are already addressing this disparity?   Outside in MN Duluth groups push to make outdoor sports more diverse Angela Davis Minnesota looks to address disparities in outdoor recreation APM Research Lab How Minnesotans feel about local parks and other outdoor recreation areas On August 31, at a special In Focus, live at the Minnesota State Fair, MPR News host Twila Dang tackled these questions and more with two outdoor equity experts. Guests: Anthony Taylor works tirelessly to connect Black people and communities of color to nature-based outdoor experiences and active living. He has led equitable outdoors efforts as Adventures Director for the Loppet Foundation and as SVP Equity Outdoors for YMCA of the North. He continues this work to make Minnesota's green spaces welcoming and accessible to all through his work at the Met Council, The Cultural Wellness Center and various other municipal, state and community partners.  Asha Shoffner is an educator, adventurer, disrupter, auntie and the founder of Fiwygin Outdoors and the BIPOC Outdoors Twin Cities Facebook group. Asha also works for the city of Saint Paul as an environmental and outdoor education coordinator.  To listen to the full conversation you can use the audio player above. Subscribe to the MPR News with Angela Davis podcast on: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or RSS.

Meet Bridget
Ep. 55 Relationships, pt.2 (romantic relationships)

Meet Bridget

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 83:20


Romantic relationships share some of the things we discussed in episode 51 with friendships, but there are some new and different challenges. Asha and Keshiia share their experiences with relationships and some tips for building a strong relationship. In this episode, we'll cover it all, from dating to breakups, plus how to spot red flag behavior that points to an unhealthy relationship dynamic, including grooming and gaslighting. Head over to meetbridget.com for full show notes.

Divorce Court
S24 Ep5: Asha McDowell v Jermaine McDowell

Divorce Court

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 19:40


Asha wants to divorce her cheating husband of 15-years unless he buys her a first-class ticket to Brazil. Jermaine says Asha is living in a fantasy world fueled by social media.

Droppingintolife Podcast
A Conversation About Dating, Singleness, and Relationships Pt. 1

Droppingintolife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 45:08


In this episode, I sit down with my friends Austin, Asha, and Alejandro to talk about dating, singleness, and relationships. We share personal stories and what we've learned. We also talk about what we're looking for in a woman. Don't miss out on this TWO PART episode on Dating, Singleness, and Relationships!

True Crime Black
Why Did Asha Degree Leave Her Home?

True Crime Black

Play Episode Play 38 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 6:57


Please consider supporting the show by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/blackcoldcase*Patreon subscribers get a bonus episode every weekInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/truecrime.black/Asha Degree vanished from her Shelby, North Carolina, home just before dawn on Valentine's Day in the year 2000. It was a normal night for her family and Her parents had tucked her into bed without issue. And then, After midnight, a nearby car accident left the family's neighborhood without power. Asha's father went to check on her and found her still sound asleep.The events that followed left local police and the FBI at a loss. Asha shared a room with her older brother, O'Bryant. He told investigators he heard her bed squeak in the middle of the night but thought that it was just Asha shifting positions in the middle of the night.But it was Asha getting up to leave. After packing her backpack with a T-shirt and school library book, Asha stepped outside and walked into the rainy night. This event was supported by witnesses. Two drivers reported seeing her on the side of North Carolina Highway 18 around 4 a.m. One of the drivers even turned around to see if she was okay, but Asha ran off into the woods. Eerily, that was the last witness account of Asha. She has never been seen again.Support the show

Achona: Beyond the Articles
Interview with Asha Judd (12) on Gujarati

Achona: Beyond the Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 1:16


Interview with Asha Judd (12) on Gujarati by Achona Online

Bible: Beginning to End

Ruth 1-4 (Read) Important Links for the Podcast Click Here for our YouTube Channel Discuss each episode on Reddit Contact Us Visit our Website On Instagram @biblebeginningtoend On Twitter: @biblebeginning1 Via email: biblebeginningtoend@gmail.com Supporting the Show Not only does your support help keep the podcast running so I can make more episodes, 10% of any profits made from this podcast via ad revenues, merchandise sales, or listener support will be donated to Asha's Refuge, a Christ-centered nonprofit that "exists to assist the most disadvantaged refugees/asylees in achieving a successful resettlement in the Memphis, TN area.". But, I want to make it clear that financial support is never required. You are supporting the show just by listening! :) Be a listener and share the show with your friends! Purchase merch from the show by clicking here. Click here to become a monthly supporter via Anchor. Click here to make a one-time or monthly contribution to the podcast via Paypal. Episode Timestamps 00:00 - Intro 2:21 - Ruth 1 10:34 - Ruth 2 15:58 - Ruth 3 21:29 - Ruth 4 31:18 - Outro Bible Verse Copyright Statement Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright ©1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved. To purchase an NLT, please visit https://amzn.to/3wUpUef --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/biblebeginningtoend/support

Elm City Vineyard Church Talks
Making it Material // Life in the Body // Asha Evans

Elm City Vineyard Church Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 40:24


This Sunday Asha looks at the final chapter in Paul's letter to the Corinthians in which his practical exhortations to the Corinthians get really real: sacrifice, generous offerings, and the call to draw close to one another.

Nashville SportsRadio
Asha Evans 8 - 20 - 22

Nashville SportsRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 19:38


Asha Evans joins Power Hour with Sami Kincaid

The Market Your Genius Podcast
How to reconnect with ancestral wisdom with Asha Frost

The Market Your Genius Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 33:05


Have a big decision to make in your business or your life? Know you're not alone. You have access to powerful wisdom and in this episode you'll learn how to tap into it! Join host Nikki Nash as she speaks with Indigenous Healer and Mentor, Asha Frost. Asha is the Founder of Sacred Membership, a global online medicine circle community who has served thousands of people over the past two decades as a native healer and homeopath teacher and leader. In committing to a journey to reclaim and remember her roots and medicine teachings, Asha specializes in helping people heal when they experience illness, mental and emotional disorders, and ancestral disconnection.

kombucha hour podcast
we need to talk about Asha Sanctuary

kombucha hour podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 66:41


hello, hello, hello. welcome to episode twelve of the podcast, hosted by the chaotic energy of @tyrathetaurus on twitter, tik tok and instagram. today we are going to be discussing the controversy surrounding the Asha Sanctuary in New York State. Tracy Murphy, the owner of Asha, has been running this sanctuary for over a decade. she recently came in contact with two cows that escaped a beef farm and wandered on to her property. she immediately reported the two cows to the SPCA where she awaited someone to claim ownership of the cows. the two cows were in her care for about 10 days before..well.. things turned. Scott Gregson, a New York State trooper, showed up at Asha to attempt to retrieve the cows that he planned to slaughter at 2 years old. after refusing to return the cows, Tracy was arrested and later released the same day. the case gained recognition from vegan activist and actor, Joaquin Phoenix, who spoke out in support of Tracy Murphy and her desire to save those two cows. in this episode, we are joined by Matt Albert, the attorney for Tracy Murphy and one of my best friend's, @torontoveganmom! we discuss the facts of this case, state some opinions and clear up ongoing allegations and rumors surrounding the case. so, grab a kombucha, grab a wine glass, grab a reusable water bottle and come be my friend for an hour or so? FOLLOW THE SHOW: IG: @kombuchahour Twitter: @kombuchahour FOLLOW THE HOST: IG: @tyrathetaurus Twitter: @tyrathetaurus Tik Tok: @tyrathetaurus IG Food Blog: @anotherjunkfoodvegan FOLLOW THE GUESTS: Andrea - @torontoveganmom Matt - @againstalloddza SUPPORT ASHA: IG: @ashasfarmsanctuary TWITTER: ashassanctuary WEBSITE: ashasfarmsanctuary.org SUPPORT MY INTERSECTIONAL VEGAN SHOP: LINK: www.vegangirlgangco.com IG: @vegangirlgangco Twitter: @vegangirlgangco Tik Tok: @vegangirlgangco SOURCES: https://www.nyspnews.com/newfane-woman-arrested-for-grand-larceny-cows.htm https://www.wgrz.com/article/news/crime/ashas-farm-sanctuary-owner-arrested-for-grand-larceny-of-cows/71-581ba8a2-d651-4dbe-8858-34830cd1e403 https://www.wivb.com/news/local-news/niagara-county/owner-of-newfane-farm-sanctuary-who-refused-to-release-cows-arrested/ https://plantbasednews.org/news/activism/animal-sanctuary-owner-arrested/

Telepractice Today
Laura Walker & Annie Jorgensen Discuss At Home Articulation

Telepractice Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 56:54


  Laura Walker and Annie Jorgensen, two ASHA certified Speech-Language-Pathologists (who happen to be sisters) are the founders of At Home Articulation.  Together they created an approachable at-home practice tool to bridge the gap for families and clinicians.  Their website (and soon to be mobile app) was built to empower parents, lighten the load of clinicians and to engage students.  Check it out at www.athomearticulation.com.  Laura has 14 years of experience working in public schools, private practice and charter schools.  Annie has 8 years of experience working in public schools, skilled nursing facilities and inpatient/outpatient hospital care.   You can listen to this episode at: www.3cdigitalmedianetwork.com/telepractice-today-podcast  

Mind Love ♡ Modern Mindfulness
Indigenous Wisdom for Finding Your Inner Medicine with Asha Frost • X94

Mind Love ♡ Modern Mindfulness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 45:56


We will learn: How to call upon your animal spirits. How legends and stories can connect us with our nature. Why we've lost the sacred and how to bring it back. We tend to think of medicine as pharmaceuticals. In reality, medicine has been practiced since prehistoric times and it was more like an art form of knowledge and skill.  But what if we expand our view of medicine even further? What if we chose to see that everything is medicine? Everything in life is helping us to grow, evolve and expand in love. Everything is leading to our evolution. Our most difficult experiences are actually a gift. So today we're talking about how you can recognize the gift of these experiences and how to move into a different state of being. Our guest is Asha Frost. She is an Indigenous Medicine Woman and a member of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation. She is the best-selling author of "You are the Medicine", and has guided thousands of people through profound and lasting transformation. Links from the episode: Show Notes: https://mindlove.com/X94 Sign up for The Morning Mind Love for short daily notes from your highest self.  Get Mind Love Premium for exclusive ad-free episodes and monthly meditations.  Support Mind Love Sponsors  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

First Bite: A Speech Therapy Podcast
195: PFD: Public Schools, Resources and Baby-Led Weaning

First Bite: A Speech Therapy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 68:41 Very Popular


Guest: Memorie M. Gosa, PhD., CCC-SLP, BCS-S - If you love pediatric feeding disorders and deep diving into research to practice on this topic, then this is the hour for you. Michelle and Dr. Gosa tackle pediatric feeding disorders and the public schools, baby-led weaning, favorite dysphagia resources, as well as a sneak peek for the pediatric feeding disorder track at this year's ASHA 2022.