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FASD Hope is a podcast series about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), through the lens of parent advocates with over nineteen years of lived experience. BONUS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH EPISODE! May is Mental Health Awareness Month and Episode 134 shines a light on Jess Ronne! Jess Ronne is an author, speaker, podcast host at Coffee with Caregivers, associate producer of Unseen, and caregiver advocate. She is founder and executive director of The Lucas Project—a non-profit dedicated to providing recognition and respite for special needs families. She and her husband Ryan live in Michigan with their 8 children, including their son Lucas who has profound special needs. Her story of beauty from ashes has been shared on The Today Show, Daily Mail and Huffington Post and is detailed in her memoir Sunlight Burning at Midnight. To follow the ongoing saga she can be found at www.jessplusthemess.com or purchase her latest book, Blended with Grit and Grace. In this critically important episode, which airs in conjunction with the release of "Unseen: Caregiver Documentary", Jess shares the following: her parenting / family's journey, their family's challenges, becoming a ROCK STAR advocate for the Parent Caregiver Community, the importance of caregiver mental health, her many initiatives (including the new Unseen Caregiver Documentary", her faith in her journey, key facts about parent caregivers and her words of hope and encouragement. EPISODE RESOURCES - Jess Ronne https://www.jessplusthemess.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/coffeewithcaregivers Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/caregiverdoc/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/jessplusthemess/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jessica-ronne-4b412670/ Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/jessplusthemess The Unseen Caregiver Documentary, which features The Ronne family, is to view online from May 20-26th, 2022. For more information or to purchase a ticket - https://caregiverdoc.com/ FASD Hope - https://www.fasdhope.com/ email@example.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/fasdhope/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/fasdhope1 Twitter - https://twitter.com/fasdhope LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/natalie-vecchione-17212160/ Racket - @fasdhope Clubhouse - @natalievecc Check out our book “Blazing New Homeschool Trails: Educating and Launching Teens with Developmental Disabilities” by Natalie Vecchione & Cindy LaJoy BUY IT NOW!
Today in the ArtZany Radio studio Paula Granquist welcomes Jessica Prill to preview the first ever Straight River Art Festival in Faribault. We will also share stories about her Faribault businesses Fleur de Lis Gallery and Good Day Coffee and her jewelry line Jessica Leigh Designs. Straight River Art Festival Saturday, 21 May 9AM –
How's your self-care these days? We're getting back to the basics of care of body, mind, and spirit. Maybe your self care got off track during the pandemic, but it's always a good time to do a care inventory. It's important to ask yourself 5 things about your self care: 1) Is it affordable? 2) Is it sustainable? 3) Is it enjoyable? 4) Is it flexible? 5) Is it actionable? Here's what we know about self care. You have to like what you choose to do (enjoyable). You might need to change it at a moment's notice (flexible). It needs to be something you can do for the long term (sustainable). Your activities must be within your budget (affordable). Self-care activities have to be realistic for you, something you can actually do (actionable). Start your self-care - get an accountability partner and get started taking care of your whole self. Mind, body, and spirit, all of your Self matters! Don't forget to register for the California Hospice and Palliative Care Association conference coming up June 6-10 by visiting calhospice.org! Be sure to tell them you heard about it on The Heart of Hospice podcast. Find more podcast episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: https://theheartofhospice.libsyn.com/ The hosts of The Heart of Hospice podcast would be honored to speak at your event or conference. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or to email@example.com. We'd love to partner with you! Connect with podcast host Jerry Fenter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Connect with podcast host Helen Bauer at email@example.com. Find more information about hospice philosophy, end-of-life care, and self-care for both personal and professional caregivers here.
This week, Chris and Rachel interview Dr. Meredith Gohsman about her research into how much progress using their device AAC users made during a 4 week AAC camp. Each AAC user received aided language stimulation and was prompted using the least-to-most prompting hierarchy. Meredith's results indicate that, after 9 sessions of AAC Camp, there was no change in the students receiving language instruction or the parents participating in sessions. The only change they saw was growth in therapy skills of the student clinicians who engaged in the interventions. Meredith says this may indicate that we need to be looking at a longer period than 4 weeks for making progress with AAC users. It may also suggest that we can make greater progress with graduate clinicians by giving them more hands-on experiences. Before the interview, Chris and Rachel discuss Chris's recent experience as a substitute teacher (due to staffing shortages in his district) in a co-taught general & special education class. Chris talks about some of the things he learned in that role, including the need for more flexible seating options and the general slow speed that public education can move - even when we know something is a better choice for the students. Chris also shares about how the students were all required to write in a composition book, and he wonders if there would be a way to honor other modalities for writing in a journal (e.g. Chromebook, speech to text, etc). Key ideas this week:
Carrie Carroll of Northfield Shares and Jeff Wright of Hosanna Church talk about Love Your City Day on May 21. They are seeking volunteers to help weed flower beds, lay mulch, plant trees within the city and help make Northfield beautiful. Meet at Riverside Park at 8:30 a.m.
Rob Ryden of Emmaus Church provides information about a Bike Workshop on May 21, 9 am – 1 pm. There will be bicycle tune-ups and light repair – FREE, equipment giveaways (bike locks, helmets, pumps), free food and t-shirts, and more.
Northfield Police Chief Mark Elliott talks about police department involvement in various community events, provides responsibility and safety information for bicyclists and drivers, and provides tips for preventing theft from homes/vehicles.
Rachel O'Conor PhD, MPH discusses her research published in JAGS surrounding caregiver involvement in managing medications among older adults with multiple chronic conditions. She shares what she uncovered about patient independence and caregiver management of medications and how she is incorporating this research into her work at Northwestern Medicine.
If you're a woman over 40, there's a good chance you are currently - or might soon be - caring for your aging parents. How that looks for you might be completely different to me due to our differing circumstances, however the reality is that many of us end up in the same caregiving boat of parenting our aging parents during our midlife years. Fortunately for us, Mike and Kim Barnes have not only walked this path themselves, but have created a business that provides resources and support to help you through this often challenging stage of life. It was a pleasure to interview them recently for this episode of the Rocking Midlife® Podcast and I highly recommend that you listen in for some easy, practical tips that you can use right away.We cover a lot of information in this episode, including: * What conversations you need to have with your parents right now* The challenge of having aging parents living with you* Dealing with potential areas of conflict* Managing your own emotions while caring for your aging parents and how to find supportParenting aging parents is a scenario that many of us will face at some point, and I know you'll find Mike and Kim's practical, yet empathetic advice encouraging. Read more at the blog: https://catcoluccio/blogDiscover Mike and Kim's resources at their website HERE: https://parentingagingparents.comJoin their free support group “Parenting Aging Parents” HERE: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1418134531867143Enjoyed this episode of the Rocking Midlife® Podcast? Please subscribe and I'd be so grateful if you would leave a review!I'd also love have you join me and thousands of other incredible women in the FREE Rocking Midlife® Community for women over 40 who are determined to ROCK their midlife years and beyond HERE: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RockingMidlife
Jodi Green, Former Deputy Under Secretary of the Navy, talks about the commissioning of the USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul in Duluth this weekend. The Minneapolis-Saint Paul is scheduled for commissioning at 10 a.m. Saturday before it is moved to its homeport of Naval Station Mayport, Fla., where it will have a crew of 140 sailors.
Northfield Mayor Rhonda Pownell and City Administrator Ben Martig discuss the May 17 City Council meeting. Topics include EV Car Share Program, TIF for Heritage Lofts, and sidewalk chalking.
Angela James is a Chicago singer-songwriter who just released a beautiful new album, co-produced with David Vandervelde (Father John Misty) called "Now That I Have You". "I'm making what I feel like is the best work in my career. I had a lot of opportunities early in my career, and that was great, but I was so new and I had just started writing songs and just started playing music, and I didn't have the confidence, and now it's like, I'm making better work. I have more confidence." - Angela James I loved talking with Angela. As a musician who is also a mom, I'm always excited to speak with other musician moms to see how they balance their lives and art. Angela speaks in a calm, thoughtful way about a range of pretty wild topics, including using psychedelics, postpartum depression and psychosis, death, grief, and working in hospice. We also talk about her creative process, her new album, and how her relationship to her music career has changed over time. Finally, we share our love for the Chicago music scene, and how unbelievably talented, accessible, and supportive it is. We cover: How do you make music when you become a parent? How does your relationship to art change when you hit middle age? What does music success look like? Can psychedelics help spiritual growth? Should you wait to have kids if you're trying to be a musician? Visit musictherapypodcast.com for show notes, past episodes, and upcoming events! Songs featured: "Portrait of the Artist by a Middle-Aged Mother" and "The Caregiver" by Angela James Music Therapy Podcast Credits: Music Therapy is hosted by Jessica Risker, produced by Sullivan Davis of Local Universe, and engineered by Joshua Wentz in Chicago. Opening and closing music composed by Joshua Wentz.
This episode of Living Hope is a continuation of a pervious conversation about being a Caregiver with Stephanie Ruvalcaba Ho. What is a Caregiver? If you provide help to another person in need, you are a caregiver. Caregivers can be professional - hired through an agency or a family member stepping up. Caregivers come in all different types - the one who takes care of all the medical needs, runs errands, meals, personal needs. There is a lot to being a Caregiver, many challenges, roll coaster of emotions. Even with all these feelings there are some good things that can come out of this difficult situation. Listen as we have a very open and honest discussion here only on OC Talk Radio, Orange County's only community radio station streaming live from UC I Beall Applied Innovation at the Cove. This episode of Living Hope is dedicated to all Caregivers and thank them for their care, support and love during our journey. I'd like to end with a quote from Former First Lady, Rosalynn Carter: “There are only four kinds of people in this world: those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers and those who will need caregivers. Caregiving is universal.”
May Is HD Awareness month, and our guests for this episode were Drs. Elton and Laquita Higgs. The couple adopted a little girl many years ago - who developed Huntington's Disease (HD). One of the most horrific diseases on the planet, HD eventually cost their daughter her life - but not before she had a daughter who also developed the genetic (and terminal) illness. Listen to their inspiring and insightful story - from their book, SHATTERED DREAMS - BUT HOPE: Encouragement for Caregivers of Huntington's Disease and Other Progressive Illnesses For more information on HD, please visit HDSA.org (The Huntington's Disease Society of America)
Northfield Historical Director Cathy Osterman provides information on Cemetery Tours on May 21. SCOPE students will be leading the tours and telling the stories of the Northfielders they have been studying. The event is no longer a theatrical performance but a chance to learn about our town, those who lived in it, and what they
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Today on the https://www.facebook.com/cancerwolves/?__cft__=AZU2mp6VzJ9AGntwK4ghxDChnS_RF9oxjwU64jzQpHQYYasv7KOWWBwfJEwPApQYYapjjVIW_GdA7HW4E1ftwDwlzPiLv6D290YyQFEL_joxd6Y6qIpPMH4ub1T99-gZ94aIamSulj50GJhRiRv804sD&__tn__=kK-R (Man Up to Cancer) Podcast.. Part 2 of our interview with the amazing https://www.facebook.com/jaxxie.w?__cft__=AZU2mp6VzJ9AGntwK4ghxDChnS_RF9oxjwU64jzQpHQYYasv7KOWWBwfJEwPApQYYapjjVIW_GdA7HW4E1ftwDwlzPiLv6D290YyQFEL_joxd6Y6qIpPMH4ub1T99-gZ94aIamSulj50GJhRiRv804sD&__tn__=-]K-R (Jacquie Emory). When we left off last week, Jacquie's husband Rich, a stage IV colon cancer patient, was undergoing a liver transplant. The surgery was a success, but in some ways, it was just the beginning. “This is when the hard part begins,” Jacquie says. “This is when the real work starts.” Liver transplant is still only occasionally used for colorectal cancer patients with metastatic disease, for several reasons. But more patients than ever are exploring this option, and many are qualifying for the procedure. For those who fit the criteria, the transplant can be the best chance of extending life, and possibly a cure. https://manuptocancer.captivate.fm/episode/fiercest-caregiver (Click here) to listen to Part 1. SPONSOR SHOUT-OUT! A shout out to our sponsor - Natera, developers of a new kind of test called Signatera that can detect recurrence as much as a year earlier than imaging. Ask your doctor if Signatera is right for you. https://www.natera.com/oncology/signatera-advanced-cancer-detection/patients/ (Natera.com/signaterapatients)
In episode 56 of Love Conquers Alz, my outstanding guest co-host, Rosanne Corcoran and I have a very candid and extremely important conversation for anyone who has a loved one in a nursing home or anyone planning to live a long and fulfilling life. Like me, Rosanne cared for her mother, Rose, over a 12 year span. in 2019, Rosanne started a regional Daughterhood Circle in the Philadelphia suburbs . In November of that year she created Daughterhood The Podcast: helping Caregivers navigate their new role. You can also visit Rosanne on her website HeyRoe.com for information, inspiration and a little company. Previously, I spoke with Rick Mountcastle -Assistant Attorney General for the Commonwealth of Virginia and retired Federal Prosecutor. Rick and his partner, Randy Ramseyer, led the investigation and prosecution of Purdue Pharma, for falsely marketing OxyContin as told in the Hulu miniseries "Dopesick", where I literally gasped out loud when it was revealed in the last episode that they were going to go after Abbott Laboratories for falsely marketing Depаkote, to nursing homes- the drug responsible for rendering my physically healthy mother non ambulatory and incontinent in a matter of seven days. Rick led the investigation and prosecution of Abbott Labs which resulted in criminal and civil penalties totaling $1.5 Billion. He is back to continue the conversation we started along with one of his lead investigators, John Peirce – who had boots on the ground inside Nursing Homes across the US. and witnessed the many negative results of understaffing that is now too common in too many nursing homes - where people are viewed as commodities and compassion is a liability. John was employed as a Special Agent – Criminal Investigator with the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS in western VA, eastern TN, & western NC. investigating numerous cases of tax fraud and financial crimes In 2007, John was hired as a Criminal Investigator by the Virginia Office of the Attorney General, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. In 2013, he was promoted to Investigative Supervisor. While employed by the OAG, he assisted in several healthcare fraud investigations of providers including physicians, pharmaceutical companies, nursing homes, & pain clinics. Many of these investigations were conducted in conjunction with the US Attorney's Office before he retired in 2021.Note: There are many facilities that still provide excellent care, but there is nevertheless a crisis that must be stopped now. Subscribe to CARETRAINR (dIscount Code: Susie)Try Memory Lane TV free!. Support the show
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Rachel realized that she would not be capable of providing care giving for her husband that survived a small plane crash and experienced brain injury. So, she understood her own truth, found the power within herself and gave herself permission to look at other care giving options. Rachel dedicated her book to caregivers, because they are heroes. She shares the following powerful nuggets of life wisdom: - find the power within yourself - understand your own truth - give yourself permission to look at other options - reach out to your village - accept support that is offered to you - seek those things that give you a sense of relief and release - writing is healing - sometimes, the right thing for society may not be right for you - when you're going through hell, just keep going - you CAN get through it https://rachelmichelbergauthor.com tags: Rachel, Michelberg, writer, author, Crash, How, I, Became, A, Reluctant, Caregiver, story, stories, that, empower, empowering, empowerment, inspire, inspiring, inspiration, encourage, encouraging, encouragement, hope, light, podcast, Sean, https://storiesthatempower.com
With over 33 years in private service, Kellie Geres is an industry veteran. If you have not heard of Kellie, you probably aren't in the nanny industry. Today we are peeling back to discover the knowledge only a few nannies have and get to know the ins and outs of the nanny industry from Geres' eagle eye view. Kellie was named the 1997 International Nanny Association Nanny of the Year, in 2014 was honored with the Domestic Estate Management Association Lifetime Achievement Award, and in 2020 received the INA Meritorious Service Award.Geres remains active in the industry, assuming several roles including APNA Administrative Assistant. She is a former INA Board Member and INA Conference Coordinator and volunteered with the organization for almost 25 years. In addition, Kellie is the international co-chair for InterNational Nanny Recognition Week (INNRW), co-creator along with Sue Downey of Our Nanny Diary which provides digital downloads and printed communication journals for nannies and families and maintains several industry websites including Regarding Nannies and NannyTrainings.com. Kellie Geres believes that you should never stop learning as a caregiver, and encourages nannies to embrace all the educational opportunities available to them.IMPORTANT LINKSLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelliegeres/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OurNannyDiaryInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ournannydiary/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ournannydiary.com Find more at www.nannyabcs.com/blogNanny ABCs can help you when you're ready.Subscribe! Make sure you get these episodes.Visit NannyABCs.com to discover what we can do for you. Get Nanny ABCs: The Sitter's Handbook: A complete alphabet how-to guide for every child caregiver.Reach out and CONNECT, schedule a time with Danny J NannyFollow Danny J Nannyinstagram.com/dannyjnanny/instagram.com/nannyabcs/facebook.com/NannyABCs/Linkedin.com/in/dannyjnanny/Podcast: https://nannyabcsnextstep.buzzsprout.comDo you have Questions or Comments? EMAIL at Danny@NannyABCs.comIf you would like to work directly with Nanny ABCs or add NEXT STEP to your childcare go to nannyabcs.com to find out more, enroll, and connect.Subscribe, Share, and Join Us on the Nanny ABCs Next Step Podcast.
Do you know someone who is a caregiver are you giving them special care?… Being a caregiver is one of the hardest jobs you could do it consumes your waking hours, especially if the sick one is a family member or spouse --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sanfranciscodamn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sanfranciscodamn/support
Certified Dementia Practitioner Nicole Shute is talking with us about CareStory and its mission to make caring a collaborative effort between caregivers and families. According to the CareStory website, CareStory is “a non-medical digital solution approach to bridge the gap between aging populations, their families, and caregivers. It provides individualized holistic person-centered care for senior residents and just-in-time support to caregivers by engaging families through the use of smart devices. Each resident's profile has a quick fact page, personalized music, life stories, and video messages that can greatly facilitate caregivers' daily jobs.” Nicole and the CareStory team provide a multi-faceted platform featuring messaging, photo and video sharing, and more in a way that makes coordination between caregivers, family members, and friends easier. If you're a family member interested in creating a CareStory profile for your loved one, click here. If you're a staff member or administrator of a facility and you'd like to request a CareStory demo, click here. Don't forget to register for the California Hospice and Palliative Care Association conference coming up June 6-10 by visiting calhospice.org! Be sure to tell them you heard about it on The Heart of Hospice podcast. The hosts of The Heart of Hospice podcast would be honored to speak at your event or conference. Send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to partner with you! Find more podcast episodes from The Heart of Hospice here: https://theheartofhospice.libsyn.com/ Connect with podcast host Jerry Fenter at email@example.com. Connect with podcast host Helen Bauer at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find more information about hospice philosophy, end-of-life care, and self-care for both personal and professional caregivers here.
Eric Cropp, RPh shares his personal story with a medication error that forever changed his life, how he became a patient safety advocate, and ways we can make medication administration safer for patients and caregivers. Check out previous episodes that share more of this important journey below: Episode 46: How to Enhance Medication Safety for Patients and Caregivers Episode 48: How to Prevent Medication Errors with Chris Jerry of the Emily Jerry Foundation Also, Eric invites caregivers to reach out to him if he can be a resource at (440) 567-9419 or email@example.com.
It’s prom day for the Raiders. We welcome in Varsity Freshman Kelly O’Meara and Lola McCarty of the girls Lacrosse team. The future looks bright for the Lacrosse team with these two in the lineup. Head Coach of the Baseball team, Mark Auge sits in studio to talk about the successes of the year. Although
"Dying with Dignity" laws allow what is commonly called assisted suicide. ALZ and dementia do not qualify. J Smiles is not happy about this but as usual she finds away to add sparkle to a sour situation and slides in a few solutions for our community.Snuggle UP for how J plans to beat the system and why author Amy Bloom impacted this episode. For Episode Comments & Future Topic Suggestions:TEXT a purple heart "
Laraine Bennett has a master's degree in Philosophy and has co-authored 6 books with her husband, Art, and one solo book, A Year of Grace: 365 Reflections for Caregivers. She helped create the popular TemperamentQuiz.com. The Bennetts reside in Northern Virginia, have been married for 45 years and have 4 adult children and 8 grandchildren. About KNOW THYSELF! THE GAME OF TEMPERAMENTS by Laraine Bennett Discover the secret building blocks of your personality with this fun and enlightening game that reveals players' temperaments – the personal qualities that make them who they are! We are all born with distinct personality traits. Some love going to parties, while others seek solitude. Some are naturally brash and assertive, while others are content to just get along. We don't pick and choose these character features; they're just part of the way we're made. Ancient philosophers identified four basic temperaments that wise thinkers through the ages have used to understand human nature. Now comes Know Thyself! The Game of Temperaments from Sophia Institute Press – the first game to help you identify, understand, and appreciate your own temperament, and those of your friends and family. Take charge or follow the lead? Jump in feet first or analyze and contemplate? Introvert or extrovert? Focused or distractible? All of these traits point to the temperament you were born with. Which one is yours, and how much of the others do you have? Website: https://www.sophiainstitute.com/products/item/know-thyself --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/john-aidan-byrne0/support
Sometimes it is very difficult parenting a child with a developmental disability. Every day is go, go, go, repeat, hit a wall, start again, try something new, try something you've tried before. All of the day to day gets very exhausting. Burnout happens, it's ok. Tomorrow is a new day, the next hour is a new hour, even the next 15 minutes is new. Give yourself some time to process. Hang in there! We are here with you. Contact us here: firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.autismmastermind.co/ IG, FB, YouTube @autismmastermind Please Write, review, subscribe and share
What You Will Learn During This Episode:1.Being ResilientBusiness Tips Takeaway:1. Get Help and Invest In Your Business. 2. Talk To Where You Want To Be.3. Be Patient and Be Consistent. For more information about Jolanda K. Harris visit: https://livon1.com/Sign up for the How To Find Your Ideal Customer FREE ebook.*************************************************************************************************************************To Access the information about starting a business grab your copy of Readi-Set Go! A Simple Guide To Establishing A Successful Small Business.Grab Your Copy of Readi-Set Go! A Simple Guide To Establishing A Successful Small Business:https://stephanieawynn.com/product/readi-set-go-book/Branding Blues Got You Down: Order your Jumpstart Your Business Brand Bundle:https://stephanieawynn.com/product/bizbundle/****************************************************************************To Be A Guest on the Podcast:https://letstalkbusinesswithstephanie.com/FREEBIE: Sign up for the How To Find Your Ideal Customer FREE ebook.How you can get involved:Be sure to support the podcast by sharing with your friends and family (https://letstalkbusinesswithstephanie.com).Support the Podcast by donating here.Follow Stephanie on FB/IG/TWITTER/LinkedIn: Stephanie A. WynnTo learn more about Stephanie A. Wynn visit stephanieawynn.comEnjoyed the Podcast? Be sure to subscribe on iTunes. Click here to leave a review.
All Home Care Matters was honored to welcome the founder of Phyxable, Dr. Jim Feng to the show for an in-depth interview about Phyxable and how to help seniors age in place safely. Dr. Jim Feng is a graduate of University of Toronto with a Physical Health and Education Degree. From there, he attained his Doctor of Chiropractic from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. He has also completed theory levels 1 & 2 of the National Coaching Certification Program and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, Sport First Responder, and Certified Titleist Performance Institute Medical Professional. Dr. Jim Feng has made an extra effort in extending his knowledge in the human body by acquiring the Active Release Techniques (ART®) certification, as well as the Medical Contemporary Acupuncture provider designation through McMaster University.
As Chris aptly points out, technologies that are successfully applied on pig farms are not only those that improve pig performance but also improve employees' communication. He highlights that good communication and feedback between caregivers and swine vets is essential to improve farm management. Do you agree? *Watch the full episode: https://www.swinecampus.com/blog ------------- The Swine it Podcast Show is trusted and supported by innovative companies like: - Zinpro (https://zinpro.com/) - Gestal (http://jygatech.com/) - AB Vista (https://www.abvista.com/) - Adisseo (http://www.adisseo.com/) - Genesus (https://www.genesus.com/) - Evonik (https://animal-nutrition.evonik.com/en/species/swine/) Give us a Rating & Review - http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1460280128
Finding ways to bless those who routinely serve others; making a commitment to self-care as well as allowing others to assist us; based on 2 Kings 4:8-10 and various passages. (Included in the 14-part series "Lessons from the Life of Elisha".) CLICK HERE to ORDER this 2-part series on CD! To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1213/29
I have a confession to make… When I first became a caregiver I had moments when I actually thought about running away. Sometimes just a thought is enough to cause a domino effect of emotions. We all need a place where we feel like we aren't judged and we can “Confess” the taboo topics we've been holding onto all these years. That's why I created Caregiving Confessions. Let's cast aside the guilt and shame that keeps us from doing things for ourselves. Don't miss out on www.loveyourcaregivinglife.com/confessions
Charlie Galligan is a Rhode Islander working with Essential Caregiver Movement in a citizen watchdog-like role, advocating for nursing home workers and residents. He shares his experiences during the pandemic, and beyond, with Bill Bartholomew.Support the show
This week Jeremy talks to Dr. Melinda Kavanaugh about her research into the sleep patterns of youth caregivers, programs that are available to help kids who serve as caregivers, and some new research into ALS and stigma.Resources to help young caregivers can be found at https://www.als.org/navigating-als/resources/Youth-EducationHelp kids in your community join the fight against ALS at https://www.als.org/get-involved/als-youth-challengeFor more information about the YCare program go to https://www.als.org/blog/training-program-gives-young-caregivers-confidence-peer-supportThis episode is brought to you by The ALS Association in partnership with CitizenRacecar.