The Detroit Red Wings are back on the ice, which means the Winged Wheel Podcast offseason is officially over! Tune in as we discuss the multitude of storylines in Hockeytown right now, starting with the news of Tyler Bertuzzi possibly being able to play games in Canada this season, what this means for his contract negotiations, potential trade value, & more (5:25). Also, Steve Yzerman's press conference, & what he let on about where Sebastian Cossa might play, Simon Edvinsson's chances of making the team, confidence in Filip Zadina, Copp & others' injury statuses, & more (14:40). Finally: Detroit Red Wings Training Camp. Our full summary of all of the standouts & noticeable moments, including Elmer Soderblom's impressive physical dominance (39:12), Ben Chiarot being an absolute menace (41:57), Raymond's scrimmage win over Larkin (46:34), alternate captains (48:12), Edvinsson's self-assessment & Rasmussen's position (50:38), Bertuzzi's injury (55:48), Derek Lalonde's strategy (57:24), & the biggest story of the day: Filip Zadina's dominating camp (59:33). Also, some NHL news including MacKinnon's new contract, Dubas on the hot seat, Chara & Subban retiring (1:04:34) - all of that & SO much more, enjoy the show! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
We moesten je even bijpraten. Want we zijn hier met PorteRenee met zoveel dingen bezig! Zo hebben we het over De gloednieuwe online cursus In Control die bijna open gaat. PorteRenee Academy is een cursusomgeving voor bedrijven Heeft Renée duidelijk geen badschaamte en doucht Kasper op de sportschool En wie goed luistert, verrijkt ook nog eens de telefoon...
Så er fredagens podcast klar til dig Oliver har besøg af Kasper Porsdal som kan fortælle jer hvordan man varmer sine pomfritter op dagen efter. Kasper har også en lille tale klar til Brian Laudrup også siger vi farvel til NemID hvor nogle er glade og andre mindre glade alt dette til din fredag. Dine værter er: Kasper Porsdal og Oliver Routledge Podcast produceret af: Julie Schierling
Starting the year with a bang, Henry and Kasper are beginning their new podcast series by interviewing Beaudesert Park's Headmaster, Chris Searson. Tune in to this extended episode to find out what advice the Headmaster would give his younger self, what superpower he would like to have, and why he loves working in a country prep school.
I 46. episode af EDB 5.0 kommer Kasper Groes Ludvigsen og Rasmus Mode Mosbæk i studiet. De kommer fra Hybrid Greentech, som arbejder med data og intelligente løsninger indenfor el og energi. Kasper er desuden også aktiv i Dansk Data Science Community. Hør med, når nogle af de skarpeste hoveder indenfor green-tech folder sig ud. Shownotes: 00.00-12.55: Intro til Kasper & Rasmus, DDSC, bæredygtig data science og definition af IA 12.55-36.22: Hybrid Greentech, AI-drevet virtuelt kraftværk, optimering af energi, bæredygtighed og energi og salg til el-nettet 36.22-42.44: Fra batteri til cloud og virtual powerplant Værter: Charlotte Stage & Mathias Mengesha Emiliussen
Welcome to the 110th episode of Urbcast, in which we will talk about: How to build people and planet positive homes?
Mark og Kasper drømmer om at få en masse penge for at lave deres podcast af nogle af Danmarks rigeste familier.Så hvis du er rig og lytter med, så vil en små 10 mill. gøre underværker.Når alt det er sagt, så skal der tales om det uundgåelige homo-erotiske forhold der ligger og lurer imellem Mark og Kasper.Medvirkende: Mark Brunsvig & Kasper Le FevreTeknik: Trine Gadeberg.
Kasper and Chris talk about the Idaho political debates, or lack thereof, as well as a dangerous trend of cooking chicken in medicine before eating it. They also cover the immigrants being shipped around the US by governors.
Præsenteret af Spar Nord. Inge André Olsen er efter 2½ færdig som sportchef i AaB. Hvad er hans eftermæle i AaB? Hvor var det godt, og hvor var det skidt? Det sætter panelet fokus på, inden det til sidst diskuterer hvilket AaB skal vi se på den anden side af afskeden med nordmanden. I studiet: Axel Moen, Christian Simoni og Kasper Ørkild. Vært: Lasse Yde Hegnet
Kasper and Chris team up to tackle the suggestion of a 4 day school week. They talk about the logistics of it as well as the salaries of teachers in schools. They also discuss houses being owned by people with no intention of living here as well as debates for public office and how that may affect your voting.
Greg and Dan speak with Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Doug Kasper of the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria about President Biden's statement that the pandemic is over, how minorities have been affected by contracting COVID-19, the importance of receiving the COVID vaccine prior to the fall, and the cause for the significant rise of STDs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ik mocht het brein van Kasper van der Meulen plukken! De allereerste podcast die ik ooit luisterde was van Kasper bij Eindbazen #66 in de zomer van 2017 opende dit voor mij als docent een volledig nieuw paradigma.. Het gave aan Kasper, vind ik, is dat hij zeer goed op de hoogte is van wat er speelt in het onderwijs. Hij merkt iets op en vervolgens gaat hij op zoek naar de kans, de mogelijkheden of de leerbare benadering. Dit gesprek is dan ook doorspekt van tips & tricks voor docenten. De waarde dichtheid die Kasper levert is enorm, ik raad een ieder dan ook aan om een aantekeningen boekje erbij te houden (of de podcast gewoon heel vaak luisteren) en de wijze woorden van hem op te schrijven en deze nooit meer te vergeten waaronder: "Zijn leerresultaten het ultieme doel en zijn die een uitkomst van je talenten en kwaliteiten? Of zijn leerresultaten slechts een meetpunt en zijn die een uitkomst van jouw vaardigheden die je hebt verworven door je inzet?" Of wat dacht je van "Mijn definitie van geluk is het vermogen om je eigen lijdensweg te kiezen" Ik hoop en wens dat docenten geïnspireerd raken door dit gesprek met Kasper, dat ze hun leerlingen nog meer leren leren en zo de leerling de eerste ervaringen op te laten doen met het belang van het proces en zelfregulering in plaats van het behalen van enkel het doel als zijnde het cijfer. Kasper dank voor je tijd! Lieve luisteraar, veel plezier en zon op je pad! Meer weten over Kasper: Volgen Insta: @Kaspersfocus Meer leren van Kasper, check dan zijn opleiding, ook voor docenten: www.BreathworkMasterclass.com
Kasper and Chris join up to discuss 'Porn Literacy' allegedly being taught in Idaho Schools as well as the Queen's massive funeral turnout and the flying of some migrants to Martha's Vineyard.
The Prospect Tournament is underway, so it's time to recap some first looks at the Red Wings' future stars! Tune in as we recap the tournament so far and discuss Sebastian Cossa, his improved positioning, & hints of going pro (5:33), the play of Simon Edvinsson & how likely he is to make Detroit's opening night roster (10:55), Elmer Soderblom's soft hands and colossal size (20:00), Amadeus Lombardi's dynamic play (22:24), as well as Johansson, Hanas, Tyutyayev, & more (24:50)! Also, an update on Dylan Larkin's contract negotiation, and what's to come for Hockeytown's captain as Steve Yzerman navigates his extension, Tyler Bertuzzi's, with Moritz Seider & Lucas Raymond's contracts looming in the distance (35:25). Tune in for all of that & more, with more updates to come in future episodes - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
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Teatret er ikke i krise. Teatret har det godt. Der er masser af publikum på Det kongelige Teater og Folketeatret, fortæller de respektive teaterchefer, Kasper Holten og Kasper Wilton. Begge teatre gør også en stor indsats for at nå flere, men i sidste ende er det op til folk selv at være nysgerrige og opdage både gode oplevelser og gode tilbud på billetterne. Frit valg på alle hylder med et abonnement til 100 kroner om måneden til unge under 25 – teater, opera, ballet. Det er Det kongelige Teater, der har lanceret denne ordning. Ganske vist lige før corona-pandemien ramte, men nu krydser Kasper Holten fingre for, at ordningen kan nå ud til flere. En del af ideen er, at publikum med abonnement får lyst til at prøve noget, de ikke er helt sikre på, vil være noget for dem. De to teaterchefer er også udmærket klar over, at publikum risikerer at blive skuffet. Men som Kasper Wilton pointerer, så konkluderer vi jo ikke, at fodbold er kedeligt, bare fordi vi ser en enkelt kedelig kamp. Om teatret, som Kasper Holten nævner et sted, har større publikum end professionel fodbold, kan dog diskuteres. POVcast-serien Kultur for alle – fælles kultur ser på, hvad der skaber vores kulturelle vaner: Hvad der får os til at vælge Copenhell frem for kammermusik, John Mogensen frem for John Lennon, musicals til 5-600 kroner per billet frem for årskort til et lille teater for de samme penge. Serien kommer forbi forskellige dele af kunsten og kulturen og stiller relevante spørgsmål til aktørerne – institutionernes direktører, de udøvende kunstnere, publikum og politikere. I denne POVcast er gæsterne teaterchef Kasper Holten med ansvar for de tre kongelige scener og teaterchef Kasper Wilton med ansvar for Folketeatret og den tilknyttede turnéscene. De mener begge, at teatret har det godt. De har hver især ansvar for både klassiske teatre med røde plyssæder og forgyldninger, mindre eksperimenterende scener og såmænd også for teater under åben himmel.
Kasper and Chris team up to discuss the relevance of train travel here in Boise and whether or not you think we should have an Amtrak train stop here. They also discuss two topless women seen at a football game as well as the 'porn literacy' and whether it is being taught here in the Treasure Valley. They are also joined by Congressman Russ Fulcher to discuss what is happening in Washington DC.
No tricks, no clickbait - this episode really gives you 5 rules to take away and apply to your learning content today! Why? Because creating great learning content trips up businesses time and time again! And if we understand why, nail the context and follow some simple steps with consistency, L&D can deliver resources that drive performance. Easygenerator Co-Founder Kasper Spiro joined us live and you can expect to learn why context is just as important as content, how to optimise content for discovery using marketing techniques, why best-fit content beats the best-produced content, and so much more. Running Order 0:00 Why creating great content often plagues L&D. 4:17 How to use internal experts for content creation. 16:02 Think context, context, context. 26:05 How to make content discoverable. 33:20 Curate where you can, create where you need to. 40:03 Timing and relevance beat content perfection. 46:28 Audience questions. How To Connect Find Kasper on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kasperspiro/ Learn more about Easygenerator: https://www.easygenerator.com/en/ Find Nelson on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nelsonsivalingam/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatNelsonDude Find HowNow on: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hownowhq/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hownowteam Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hownowhq/ Our Website: https://gethownow.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gethownow/message
Kasper and Chris team up to discuss a proposed national abortion ban and what people generally seem to think about that. They also discuss some book banning and inflation. They also discuss a good deed done by a member of the Kuna High School football team.
With the new season approaching, it's time to look ahead to one of the most notable Detroit Red Wings to keep an eye out for: Jakub Vrana. Tune in as we discuss what the expectations for the Czech sniper will be, what a good season will be (aside from staying healthy) for him, whether he can crack 40 goals, if he'll be playing with Larkin, Zadina, Raymond, or Copp, & more. Also, what's his future in Hockeytown? Will Yzerman look to re-sign him in 2 years or use him as trade bait? (4:38) Also, with the signing of Tim Stützle, what does this mean for Lucas Raymond's next contract? Listen in as we discuss the comparable between Raymond & Stützle, whether Lucas will also land an 8 year, $8+ million contract, how this affects Seider's next deal (as well as Bertuzzi and others), Yzerman's cap challenges, & more (23:19). Finally, some news from across the NHL & beyond, including DeKeyser's PTO, Dach's contract, Torts, & rule changes (40:48) before discussing Marco Kasper's dominant start to the year (53:12). Enjoy all of that and so much more! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
Kasper and Chris are back this morning to discuss the Bronco's win over the weekend against New Mexico. They are joined by Bob Behler for Bronco Monday to discuss the implications of the win and look to the future of the season. They also discuss the banning of some books in Nampa School district libraries.
Bill begins the third hour of the show talking to Dan Kasper about the Packers' loss to the Vikings. Bill then reacts to what Jaire Alexander had to say after the game, goes through Stock Up/Stock Down from the weekend, talks about whether Graham Mertz impressed and continued the Packers--Vikings reactionSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
BONUS EPISODE: Tune into this special offseason bonus edition of the Winged Wheel Podcast, where you can tune into an (abridged) version of the second Winged Wheel Podcast Night at the LCA featuring Ken Daniels and Mickey Redmond, in partnership with the Detroit Red Wings! Listen in as Ken & Mick regale the crowd with hockey stories and tales from their broadcasting experience, answer questions, and altogether charm the room. Apologies for the audio on this one - it'll be easier on the ears next time, and blame Brad for now! Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
Mike Kasper is joined by Nate Shelman to discuss anything you want to talk about. They cover the cancellation of kids drag show at the Boise Pride event and what that means. They also talk about firefighting and the death of the Queen of England yesterday.
Kasper is joined by Rick Worthington to discuss a good deed done by a member of the Kuna High football team. They also discuss a recent election of a student to the Boise School Board as well as issues with renewable energy and electric vehicles.
Kvindernes liga er allerede godt i gang. Og på redaktionen var vi glade for, at vi nåede at se nogle af sæsonens første kampe, før vi optog vores optakt til kvindernes liga. Sammen med vores faste eksperter på kvindesiden, Martin Albertsen og Kasper Andersen, forsøger vi at skabe overblik over de 14 hold og en liga, der tegner stærkere end i mange, mange år. Med to hold i toppen der har en realistisk mulighed for begge at stå i en Champions League Final 4 i Budapest til sommer. Og med en række hold, der kommer til at kæmpe benhårdt for en plads i slutspillet og de efterfølgende semifinaler. En sæson hvor meget vil handle om Esbjerg og Odense. Men hvor Ikast ligner en interessant outsider. Vi talte sæsonen, holdene og ligaen igennem. Der var meget at tale om. Så her følger en nogenlunde oversigt over udsendelsen: * 0:00 Indledning og generelt om ligaen * 14:35 Indledende forventninger og spørgsmål * 30:10 Regelændringerne - og hvem der kan profitere af dem * 35:45 Ringkøbing, Ajax København, SønderjyskE, Skanderborg og Randers HK * 51:19 Aarhus United og Viborg HK * 1:00:02 Horsens og København * 1:07:05 Silkeborg-Voel og Nykøbing Falster * 1:11:52 Ikast * 1:15:16 Odense * 1:20:35 Team Esbjerg Gæster: Kasper Andersen og Martin Albertsen Vært: Thomas Ladegaard *Udsendelsen er sponsoreret af Sparekassen Kronjylland*
What is the faith of the next generation worth? Everything. In Judges 2, we see what happens when just one generation fails to teach the next about the power of God and their passion for Him. But Deuteronomy 6 provides hope and instruction to pass on what we know of God "...when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up".
Welcome to Season 4 of the FASD Family Life Podcast. I am your host, Robbie Seale. I am an FASD educator, advocate and mom of five incredible people; including three teens diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. If my 30 years of parenting has taught me anything it is, that the struggle is real and so is success.This podcast is supposed by listeners like you. Click here to Support the show and buy me a coffee for $5. SEASON 4 of the FASD Family Life Podcast kicks off with FASD Awareness month , before I embark on my VIRTUAL World Tour to speak with FASD Researchers, Service Providers, and Individuals with FASD from vaious places around the world. Do you enjoy listening to FASD Family Life Podcast while you are walking, running errands, as part of your self care routine, or with your support group? SUBSCRIBE so you never miss an epsiode. Would you like to safeguard your family, reduce your stress, learn more about the impact of prenatal alcohol exposure, intergenerational trauma, and the neurobehavioural model that I talk about on this show? My guest this week, Patricia Kasper, joins me for a spontaneous conversation about these issues and the MASTER CLASS she is offering parents and caregivers, her 8 month Coaching Program , as well as her FASCETS Overview for professionals. Patti's coaching program includes 1 hour individual time on application of material and support monthly for parents and caregivers. Patricia Kasper, FASD Trainer and Certified FASCETS Facilitorhttps://www.facebook.com/we.are.all.diamonds.in.the.roughMASTER CLASS for Parents and Caregivershttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/whats-driving-your-childs-behavior-masterclass-tickets-396845494557FASCETS Overview Training for Professionalshttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/neurobehavioral-overview-masterclass-tickets-410827745847RunFASD 2022 JOIN the FASD Family Life Team https://runfasd.org/campaign/2022-team-run-fasd/team/15/joinFASD NL Network #MoveforFASD https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/move-for-fasd-in-atlantic-canada-tickets-380052726937?fbclid=IwAR2C-DeK0Ichj1MNkBA0Nj_i-LikxOlYb2OWmosqHvdAm9bQoICGuNy_ME4Edmonton FASD Walk: Sept 24 @ 11:00 am City Hall *Wear Red for FASD* https://www.eventbrite.com/e/413802603727WANT TO MEET OTHER PARENTS RAISING KIDS WITH FASD?Subscribe to the FASD Family Life Community for only $20 / monthYou will be invited to join our monthly online support group on Microsoft Teams.Our support group is a fun, lively place to connect with other parents who get it. SIGN UP TODAY to be part of our next meetinghttps://paypal.me/FASDFamilyLife?country.x=CA&locale.x=en_USToward Healthy Outcomes for FASD, Dr. Jacqueline Pei; CanFASDTowards Healthy Outcomes for Individuals with FASD (canfasd.ca)Email: fasdfamilylife@gmail,comSupport the show
Må man brænde en dukke med Mette Frederiksens ansigt? Det spørgsmål begynder retten på Frederiksberg i dag at tage stilling til. Sociale medier vrimler med hadske kommentarer, efter fodboldstjernen Kylian Mbappé er blevet set sammen med en model som tilfældigvis også er transkønnet. Dagens lokalhistorie handler om Kasper, der har skaffet fem jobs til ukrainske flygtninge. Det lokale jobcenter? De har fået nul ukrainere i arbejde. Vært: Simon Stefanski.
With the summer wrapping up and Dylan Larkin & Tyler Bertuzzi entering the final years of their contracts, it's time to start wondering what might become of the pending UFAs in Detroit! Tune in as we start by discussing what Dylan Larkin's next contract might look like, the likelihood of him staying in Hockeytown vs. the far-out possibilities of Steve Yzerman considering a trade or waiting him out to the bitter end, the importance of the captain in Detroit, our contract predictions, & more (6:25)! Next, Tyler Bertuzzi: a wildcard. Is he likely to be signed vs. traded or waited out to next summer? How long of a contract would he get? What kind of money is he expecting? How does he compare to Copp, Perron, or others? All of that & more (including predictions) about the most interesting contract on Detroit (27:00). Also, discussion on how the increasing cap may affect the NHL and benefit the Red Wings, as Yzerman is looking to re-sign Seider & Raymond soon (51:28), J.T. Miller, Tage Thompson, Sam Gagner, & Evgeny Svechnikov signings (56:50), prospect news about Buchelnikov & Cossa (1:03:25), & lots more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. Get your WWP Night at the LCA tickets today!: DetroitRedWings.com/WWP
•Mystery-Lovestory• Ein Winterabend in San Francisco. Arthur, ein erfolgreicher Architekt, freut sich auf einen geruhsamen Abend in seinem neuen Apartment, als er bemerkt, dass er nicht allein ist. // Von Marc Levy / Übersetzung aus dem Französischen: Amelie Thoma / Bearbeitung: Casper Schmitt / Komposition: Günther Kasper, Rolf Simons / Regie: Angeli Backhausen / WDR 2002 // www.wdr.de/k/hoerspiel-newsletter Von Marc Levy.
Kasper did interview Zin and created this Survivor's Story for the WCC radio broadcast. Get some more insight to her capture and escape from the BloodBacks. If you dig this channel and think I've earned your support, please consider joining my Patreon where you'll get early access to every video and discounts on Apocalypse Post merch. www.patreon.com/theapocalypsepost Follow along on the facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheApocalypsePost Want to drop a one time donation? Venmo @Mike-Darling-2 We're also a podcast!!! Subscribe here: https://theapocalypsepost.podbean.com/ or whereever you get your pods. Our Store is open!!! Buy your Apocalypse Post merch at: https://theapocalypsepost.square.site/ Want a T-Shirt like mine? Here's My Tee-Public store: http://tee.pub/lic/a0XLNn5MhBg Patreon Warlord: Paul Waldrep a.k.a. Badger Thanks to our Patreon Supporters: Badger, Ghillie's Arcade, Matthew Gerard, Ryan Lowes, Catherine D, Frag Scraphands, J Beverley Alexander, Michael Claseman, Patrick Boyle, Spitfire, Saint, Jeffrey Prater, Kavin Savino-Riker, Michael LeMay, Sam Bell, Tim Cottage, ReliaBill, Dustin Clements, Ian Crull, Scott Kondrk, Zephyr Zehr-Mills, Amanda Lawson, Becca Morgan, John Funk, Stacey Kearney, Alek Emmel, David Droke, Erica Jean Hale, Greg Mackey, Jake Gardner, Jared Butler, Joshua Sayler, Old World Wanderers, Renbekah Leib, The Baron, Wes Fenton, Wolf95, Adam Kasper, Alexander Zycov, Automotive Imposter, Bryanna Darling, Edward Hutchinson, Fireline Coyote, Madison Carter, Malithion, Michal Misztal, Randall Moore, Syn Edge #TheApocalypsePost #LegendsOfWastelandCity #PostApocalypse
SFC Media recibe al nuevo delantero del Sevilla FC, Kasper Dolberg. El danés, en su primera entrevista como sevillista, nos cuenta la ilusión que le genera su llegada a Nervión, las referencias de su compatriota Delaney, el sueño desde niño de jugar en LaLiga, sus virtudes y sus objetivos. Se ve preparado para jugar ya. "Estoy deseando empezar".
We sat down with our newest recruit Kasper Dolberg for his first interview after his loan move from OGC Nice. We discuss a range of topics such as his time in Denmark and the Netherlands, his international career, his style of play, and his objectives at Sevilla.
What is it that develops speech production in our learners? Today, Tamara Kasper, BCBA and SLP, is sharing some really great and specific information on how speech production and reinforcement differs between typical developing children versus children with autism.Speech Sound ProductionIn typically developing children, speech sounds are reinforced differentially and automatically when making sounds that sound like words. For example, they get a cookie when they make a sound that sounds like cookie or they get happy, hugging excitement when they say something that sounds like mama or dada. Naturally, typical children are encouraged by the sounds and interactions in their environment and want to match the sounds made by the people they value in their world. This is where self-correction and refinement comes in because they will notice and hear how their sounds may sound different from the adults around them. In non-typically developing children, specifically those with autism, they are more sensitive to social stimuli and are less likely to be affected by the attention of their parents or guardians in regards to their sounds. So the traditional, automatic reinforcement to make and refine sounds is not occurring. Additionally, these learners will not likely notice how their sounds sound different from those around them, leading to no self-correction as sound production continues. Therapy for Speech Sound ProductionTamra shares her assessment and criteria for determining readiness for working on speech production. She collects metrics from the VB-MAPP, indicating responses, manding rate and variety, instruction cooperation development, and echoic repertoire. The scores and data from these metrics will relay whether a Natural Environment or Structure Teaching therapy is appropriate for these students. Within these systems, Tamra discusses the programs she uses. She shares today a little bit of her rubric on how she assigns these programs based on the needs of the child and assessment criteria. If you'd like to learn more about Tamra, you can find out more about her work and some video tips at Northern Speech Services. Additionally, if you'd like access to her therapy rubric discussed today and other resources, you can reach her via email.#autism #speectherapyWhat's Inside:Acquisition of speech production in typical vs non-typical children.Do typically developing children shape sounds to match those in their environment?How do we know when an autistic learner is ready for speech sound production in therapy?Assessment and Criteria for determining therapy training for sound production.Training programs for natural environment and structured teaching therapy.Mentioned In This Episode:firstname.lastname@example.orgNorthern Speech Services ABA Speech: HomeStart Communicating Today – Waitlist – ABA SpeechHelp Me Find My Voice – EVERGREEN – ABA SpeechSeptember 13th FREE Webinar 8-9 pm EST registration linkSeptember 14th Free Webinar 8-9 pm EST registration link
We're very excited to be joined by Detroit Red Wings goaltender, Alex Nedeljkovic! Tune in as "Ned" returns to the Winged Wheel Podcast to discuss what he's been up to this offseason, reflecting on last season's ups & downs as starting goalie in Hockeytown, his thoughts on his new partner in net, Ville Husso, his literal aim for the net, & more (3:37)! We also discuss Steve Yzerman's (probably) final major signing: Filip Zadina re-signed in Detroit on a 3 year, $1.825 million/year contract. Listen in as we discuss the value of this deal for both the Red Wings & Zadina, Zadina's performance so far, what he & Derek Lalonde need to focus on to improve, & how the contract will play out for both sides (36:22). Also, NHL & international news in Kessel's signing (58:58) & the potential return of the World Cup of Hockey (1:00:41) - all of that & more, enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
Clips : MUST SEE: Microscopic Video of Engineered Bio Structures Removed from Blood Vessels – Mike Adams NZ Scientist Examines Pfizer Jab Under The Microscope Neil Oliver Wakes Up With Dr Tess Lawrie One Acupuncture Treatment Drops Blood Pressure For Over a Month Without Medication Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine and University of California, Irvine , August 21, 2022 Emerging evidence from a research study shows acupuncture may be an effective treatment for hypertension. Acupuncture regulates blood pressure, blood flow and body temperature. Patients with hypertension treated with acupuncture experienced drops in their blood pressure that lasted up to a month and a half, researchers with the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine have found. Their work is the first to scientifically confirm that this ancient Chinese practice is beneficial in treating mild to moderate hypertension, and it indicates that regular use could help people control their blood pressure and lessen their risk of stroke and heart disease. “This clinical study is the culmination of more than a decade of bench research in this area,” said Dr. John Longhurst, a University of California, Irvine cardiologist and former director of the Samueli Center. “By using Western scientific rigor to validate an ancient Eastern therapy, we feel we have integrated Chinese and Western medicine and provided a beneficial guideline for treating a disease that affects millions in the U.S.” Longhurst and his UCI colleagues Dr. Peng Li and Stephanie Tjen-A-Looi conducted tests on 65 hypertensive patients who were not receiving any hypertension medication. Separated randomly into two groups, the subjects were treated with electroacupuncture – a form of the practice that employs low-intensity electrical stimulation – at different acupoints on the body. In one group of 33 receiving electroacupuncture on both sides of the inner wrists and slightly below each knee, the researchers found a noticeable drop in blood pressure rates in 70 percent of participants – an average of 6 to 8 mmHg for systolic blood pressure (the high number) and 4 mmHg for diastolic blood pressure (the low number). These improvements persisted for a month and a half. Also in this group, the team identified significant declines in blood concentration levels of norepinephrine (41 percent), which constricts blood vessels and increases blood pressure and glucose levels; and renin (67 percent), an enzyme produced in the kidneys that helps control blood pressure. In addition, the electroacupuncture decreased aldosterone (22 percent), a hormone that regulates electrolytes. No consequential blood pressure changes were found in the group of 32 who received electroacupuncture at other acupoints along the forearm and lower leg. Although the blood pressure reductions in the first cohort were relatively small – mostly in the 4-to-13-mmHg range – the researchers noted that they were clinically meaningful and that the technique could be especially useful in treating systolic hypertension in patients over 60. “Because electroacupuncture decreases both peak and average systolic blood pressure over 24 hours, this therapy may decrease the risk for stroke, peripheral artery disease, heart failure and myocardial infarction in hypertensive patients,” Longhurst said. Vitamin C may encourage blood cancer stem cells to die New York University Langone Health. August 17, 2022 Vitamin C may “tell” faulty stem cells in the bone marrow to mature and die normally, instead of multiplying to cause blood cancers. This is the finding of a study led by researchers from Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone Health, and published online in the journal Cell. Certain genetic changes are known to reduce the ability of an enzyme called TET2 to encourage stem cells to become mature blood cells, which eventually die, in many patients with certain kinds of leukemia, say the authors. The new study found that vitamin C activated TET2 function in mice engineered to be deficient in the enzyme. “We're excited by the prospect that high-dose vitamin C might become a safe treatment for blood diseases caused by TET2-deficient leukemia stem cells, most likely in combination with other targeted therapies,” says corresponding study author Benjamin G. Neel, MD, PhD, professor in the Department of Medicine and director of the Perlmutter Cancer Center. Changes in the genetic code (mutations) that reduce TET2 function are found in 10 percent of patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML), 30 percent of those with a form of pre-leukemia called myelodysplastic syndrome, and in nearly 50 percent of patients with chronic myelomonocytic leukemia. Such cancers cause anemia, infection risk, and bleeding as abnormal stem cells multiply in the bone marrow until they interfere with blood cell production, with the number of cases increasing as the population ages. The study results revolve around the relationship between TET2 and cytosine, one of the four nucleic acid “letters” that comprise the DNA code in genes. Every cell type has the same genes, but each gets different instructions to turn on only those needed in a given cellular context. These “epigenetic” regulatory mechanisms include DNA methylation, the attachment of a small molecule termed a methyl group to cytosine bases that shuts down the action of a gene containing them. The back- and-forth attachment and removal of methyl groups also fine-tunes gene expression in stem cells, which can mature, specialize and multiply to become muscle, bone, nerve, or other cell types. This happens as the body first forms, but the bone marrow also keeps pools of stem cells on hand into adulthood, ready to become replacement cells as needed. In leukemia, signals that normally tell a blood stem cell to mature malfunction, leaving it to endlessly multiply and “self-renew” instead of producing normal white blood cells needed to fight infection. The enzyme studied in this report, Tet methylcytosine dioxygenase 2 (TET2), enables a change in the molecular structure (oxidation) of methyl groups that is needed for them to be removed from cytosines. This “demethylation” turns on genes that direct stem cells to mature, and to start a count-down toward self-destruction as part of normal turnover. This serves as an anti-cancer safety mechanism, one that is disrupted in blood cancer patients with TET2 mutations, says Neel. To determine the effect of mutations that reduce TET2 function in abnormal stem cells, the research team genetically engineered mice such that the scientists could switch the TET2 gene on or off. Similar to the naturally occurring effects of TET2 mutations in mice or humans, using molecular biology techniques to turn off TET2 in mice caused abnormal stem cell behavior. Remarkably, these changes were reversed when TET2 expression was restored by a genetic trick. Previous work had shown that vitamin C could stimulate the activity of TET2 and its relatives TET1 and TET3. Because only one of the two copies of the TET2 gene in each stem cell is usually affected in TET2-mutant blood diseases, the authors hypothesized that high doses of vitamin C, which can only be given intravenously, might reverse the effects of TET2 deficiency by turning up the action of the remaining functional gene. Indeed, they found that vitamin C did the same thing as restoring TET2 function genetically. By promoting DNA demethylation, high-dose vitamin C treatment induced stem cells to mature, and also suppressed the growth of leukemia cancer stem cells from human patients implanted in mice. “Interestingly, we also found that vitamin C treatment had an effect on leukemic stem cells that resembled damage to their DNA,” says first study author Luisa Cimmino, PhD, an assistant professor in the Department of Pathology at NYU Langone Health. “For this reason, we decided to combine vitamin C with a PARP inhibitor, a drug type known to cause cancer cell death by blocking the repair of DNA damage, and already approved for treating certain patients with ovarian cancer.” Researchers found that the combination had an enhanced effect on leukemia stem cells, further shifting them from self-renewal back toward maturity and cell death. The results also suggest that vitamin C might drive leukemic stem cells without TET2 mutations toward death, says Cimmino, given that it turns up any TET2 activity normally in place. “Our team is working to systematically identify genetic changes that contribute to risk for leukemia in significant groups of patients,” says corresponding author Iannis Aifantis, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Pathology at NYU Langone Health. “This study adds the targeting of abnormal TET2-driven DNA demethylation to our list of potential new treatment approaches.” Burnt out? Rhodiola rosea supplements may help, says new study Wein University Medical School (Austria), 18-Aug-2022 Daily supplements containing Rhodiola rosea extract may improve the symptoms of burnout, suggests data from the first trial to examine the effects of the botanical extract on this modern day condition. Results of the open-label, multicenter, single-arm trial provide “an encouraging basis” for future clinical trials to study if R. rosea extract can indeed help people suffering from burnout, which is reported to be an increasing burden to people and economies in the Western world. “Most of the outcome variables assessed in this trial demonstrated relevant improvement over time with considerable changes already being detectable after the first week of R. rosea administration,” wrote Siegfried Kasper from the Medical University of Vienna in Austria and Angelika Dienel from Dr Willmar Schwabe GmbH & Co. in Germany in Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment . Despite being the first to specifically examine the effects of R. rosea in burnout, the results are in-line with previously reported benefits of the root extract, which is primary used for stress, mental and physical fatigue, depression, and to boost energy. Study details For the new study, Kasper and Dienel recruited 118 men and women aged between 30 and 60 suffering from symptoms of burnout. The participants were asked to consume 400 mg per day of a R. rosea extract (WS 1375, Rosalin, which is the active ingredient in Dr Willmar Schwabe's Vitango product) for 12 weeks. The majority of symptoms improved during the course of the study, with some improvements measurable as early as the first week, said the researchers. Specifically, improvements in symptoms such as “emotional exhaustion”, “fatigue”, “exhaustion”, “lack of joy”, “loss of zest for life”, and “depersonalization” were all recorded during the study. In addition, the participants reported increased sexual interest and functioning, which supports the potential activity of R. rosea to ameliorate burnout's impairment on sexual function. Resveratrol supplementation improves arterial stiffness in type 2 diabetics Toho University (Japan), August 18 2022. A randomized, double-blind study reported in the International Heart journal found improvements in arterial stiffness and oxidative stress among type 2 diabetics who were supplemented with resveratrol. The trial included 50 diabetic men and women who received 100 milligrams resveratrol or a placebo daily for 12 weeks. Cardio-ankle vascular index (CAVI, a novel diagnostic measure of arterial stiffness that is a marker of atherosclerosis) and blood pressure were assessed at the beginning and end of the study, in addition to blood assessments of oxidative stress and other factors. At the end of the study, subjects who received resveratrol had significantly lower blood pressure, less oxidative stress and decreased arterial stiffness in comparison with values obtained at the beginning of the study. Participants who received a placebo experienced no significant changes in these areas. “The primary finding in the present study was that oral supplementation of resveratrol for 12 weeks decreased CAVI in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus,” authors Haruki Imamura, MD, and colleagues at Toho University Sakura Medical Center in Japan write. “Many previous studies have demonstrated increased CAVI in atherosclerotic diseases such as acute coronary syndrome and stroke, and these reports indicate that CAVI reflects organic atherosclerosis.” They suggest that a reduction in oxidative stress may be one mechanism involved in the improvement in arterial stiffness observed in this study among participants who received resveratrol. Improved endothelial function via increased nitric oxide production may be another mechanism. “Resveratrol may be beneficial in preventing the development of atherosclerosis induced by diabetes,” the authors conclude. “However, a large-scale cohort study is required to validate the present findings.” Research reveals how physical exercise protects the heart Through experiments with rats and cells, a study shows that aerobic training reactivates system that helps rid heart cells of dysfunctional mitochondria. University of São Paulo (Brazil), August 18, 2022 Regular exercise is considered an important form of treatment for heart failure, a condition in which the heart is unable to pump enough blood to meet the body's needs. The benefits of exercise range from prevention of cachexia -severe loss of weight and muscle mass- and control of arterial blood pressure to improved cardiac function, postponing a degenerative process that causes progressive heart cell death. About 70% of heart failure patients die from the condition within five years. A study by the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil, published recently in the journal Autophagy, helps to elucidate part of the mechanism whereby aerobic exercise protects the sick heart. “Basically, we discovered that aerobic training facilitates the removal of dysfunctional mitochondria from heart cells,” said Julio Cesar Batista Ferreira, a professor at the Biomedical Science Institute (ICB-USP) and principal investigator for the project which was supported by the São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) Mitochondria are the organelles in charge of providing energy to cells. “The removal of dysfunctional mitochondria increases the supply of ATP [adenosine triphosphate, the molecule that stores energy for the cell] and reduces the production of toxic molecules, such as oxygen free radicals and reactive aldehydes, an excess of which damages the cell structure,” he added. In a previous study, published in PLOS ONE, the group showed through experiments with rats that aerobic training reactivates the proteasome, an intracellular complex responsible for cleansing cells of damaged proteins. The results also showed that proteasome activity in the heart of a patient with heart failure decreases by more than 50% and that, as a result, highly reactive proteins build up in the cytoplasm, where they interact with other structures and cause heart cell death. Dietary management of OCD: Study links metabolism and vitamin D status to disease severity Ordu University (Turkey), August 20, 2022 One carbon metabolism that includes vitamin B12 and homocysteine, plus vitamin D deficiency could all play a role in the onset of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), research suggests. The study, published in Psychiatry Research, investigated whether vitamin B12, homocysteine folic acid and vitamin D play a role in the cause (aetiology) of childhood OCD. Led by Erman Esnafoğlu from Ordu University, Turkey, the team noted that one carbon metabolism – which includes vitamin B12 and homocysteine – has been investigated in many psychiatric disorders, while vitamin D has also been considered to contribute in a variety of psychiatric disorders in recent years. “To the best of our knowledge the role of one carbon mechanism and vitamin D deficiency in children and adolescents with OCD has not yet been investigated,” wrote the Turkish team. “For this reason we aimed to investigate serum vitamin B12, folic acid homocysteine and vitamin D levels in children and adolescents in this study.” Esnafoğlu and colleagues reported that lower levels of vitamin B12 and higher levels of homocysteine in were found in OCD patients – suggesting that one carbon metabolism plays a role in the onset of the condition. Furthermore, the team found that low vitamin D levels were linked to OCD, and that vitamin D status in patients had a negative correlation with disease severity. “This study has demonstrated that there is a significant decrease in vitamin B12 and vitamin D and a significant increase in homocysteine in children and adolescents with OCD,” said the team – noting that vitamin D deficiency may be a risk factor for development of OCD. “The findings of this study demonstrated that vitamin B12 and vitamin D levels were significantly lower in patients compared to healthy controls, whereas homocysteine was higher in the patient group,” noted Esnafoğlu and colleagues.
In this episode of Fresh Bites on The Bitey End of the Dog, I chat with Jessie Kasper who has an extensive background in all aspects of the rescue world. A very common issue we can face is making decisions about dogs in a rescue or shelter system that have a history of aggression. Difficult conversations are likely needed when considering the potential outcomes for dogs that do have such a history, and Jessie unpacks many of those conversations in this insightful episode. For additional resources on helping dogs with aggression, visit:https://aggressivedog.comIf you want to take your knowledge and skills for helping dogs with aggression to the next level, check out the Aggression in Dogs Master Course and get a FREE preview here:https://aggressivedog.thinkific.com/courses/aggression-in-dogsDon't miss out on the third annual Aggression in Dogs Conference 9/30-10/2/22:https://aggressivedog.com/conference/About Jessie:Jessie Kasper is the Office Coordinator for a training company called I Got This Sit, LLC in Elgin, IL, which is just outside the Chicagoland area. Their focus is on humane training techniques while specializing in positive reinforcment, creating good foundation skills and behavior modification. They offer drop-off programs such as Day Training and Live-In and Learn, as well as group classes for reactivity. Jessie is also pursuing a formal education to help people and their companions thrive together with private, in-home training. Jessie grew up around Dobermans and has a passion for power breeds and having responsible, realistic goals for the breed in front of you. Jessie volunteered with Illinois Doberman Rescue Plus for nearly 10 years, eventually sitting on the Board of Directors where she was introduced to (and fell in love with) positive reinforcement training. Jessie helped hundreds of dogs during her time in rescue and focused most heavily on behavioral fostering and medical cases such as severe skin infections, heartworm recovery, surgery rehabilitation, and cruelty cases. She was responsible for new foster training, processing adoption applications, helping review owner and shelter intakes, managing social media and appearing on WGN News. All this has helped Jessie to bring a unique and empathetic perspective on the needs of the average pet owner. She realizes there are no one-size-fits-all solutions in dog training and understands the challenges of integrating a new dog into your home safely. Educating the public on safe and responsible pet ownership - especially when children are involved - has always been an important topic for her. Support the show
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We're 3 years into Steve Yzerman's tenure as GM of the Detroit Red Wings, and it's time to take stock of the #Yzerplan. Tune in as we discuss The Athletic's NHL Front Office Confidence rankings, and whether Yzerman and the Detroit Red Wings ranking among the league's best is warranted, what Yzerman, Draper & Co. have done well & what hasn't worked out, & whether the Yzerplan is still on track (6:55). Also, we take a look at Detroit's prospects at the World Juniors, discussing Simon Edvinsson's less-than-stellar performance, Carter Mazur & Red Savage doing work for Team USA, Sebrango & Cossa winning with Canada, Viro, Wallinder, Niederbach, & more (27:30)! Of course, Mason McTavish's insane goal-line save leading to Kent Johnson's OT gold medal winner (46:00). Finally, a look at Nazem Kadri's huge contract with Calgary, Montreal taking on Monahan's contract in an insanely confusing deal (52:35), & so much more - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
Hosts Julie Slater and Jason Friday chat with Christopher (Kasper) Tobias - an ex-gang member turned punk rock wanderer...host of the Screaming at a Wall Podcast...we discuss the misconceptions of prison life...shank life...dropping the soap...a lifer who may have saved Kasper's life...punk rock bands...the greatest prison movies...meditation...and more. Follow @cuzihavetopodcast on Instagram for all the latest news. We'd love to hear from you - email us at email@example.com. Find other episodes or leave us a voice message for the show on the anchor website. Thanks for tuning in! Keep on living those dreams, friends, CUZ YOU HAVE TO!! - jULIE AND jASON --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cuzihaveto/message
We're excited to be joined by Ken Daniels, Detroit Red Wings Lead Announcer on Bally Sports Detroit, as well as Prashanth Iyer! We start by discussing the Wings Money on the Board campaign, and a very special announcement about WWP Night @ the LCA, in partnership with the Detroit Red Wings (4:30)! We move on to discuss Yzerman's offseason moves in free agency with Chiarot, Copp, & others coming in, projections for Seider, Raymond, Larkin, Bertuzzi, & others, draft & prospect talk, & Ken Daniels offering insights into announcing alongside Mickey Redmond for the Detroit Red Wings (12:00). After the interview, we go over the recent signing of Jake Walman & what it means for his future & Hockeytown's blue line (41:56). Also, a prospect & World Junior Championship update on Buchelnikov, Edvinsson, Cossa, Niederbach, & others, evolving into a conversation on Sebastian Cossa's development path & next steps (50:05). Finally, some more chaotic news out of Vegas & Carolina (1:01:15) - all that & lots more, tune in & enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.
The NHL offseason is in full swing, which means it's time to take a look at next year's roster, contract value, Detroit Red Wings prospects at the World Juniors (and beyond), & lots more! Tune in as we take a look at the Red Wings prospects playing in the World Juniors, including Simon Edvinsson, Sebastian Cossa, & plenty more (5:30) before diving into Steve Yzerman's free agency moves & exactly how much they improved Detroit's projections based on Dom Luszczyszyn's analytical models. Also, where Detroit's overall roster construction (and Ben Chiarot's contract) ranks in these models, & what this means for next season's expectations (17:40). With a world of competition for roster spots in Hockeytown, we make our predictions for Derek Lalonde's starting lineup, including whether Nedeljkovic or Husso starts, who pairs with Seider, where Larkin, Raymond, Vrana, & others play, if Edvinsson makes the team, & all other roster questions (34:25)! Tune in for all of that & lots more this episode - enjoy! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more. Dom's Articles: https://theathletic.com/author/dom-luszczyszyn/
With the offseason well underway, it's primetime to take a look at some wild speculation! Tune in as we address the "rumors" of the Detroit Red Wings & Nazem Kadri - would the soon-to-be 32 year old center be a fit in Hockeytown? What kind of deal would Steve Yzerman offer him? How would he fit into the roster & impact the team? (4:25) We also have a candid discussion on Detroit's rebuild timeline, their decisions to go out and acquire players like Copp, Perron, Chiarot, Maatta, & Kubalik, whether it's wise to try to tank for Connor Bedard (or Michkov), how Moritz Seider & Lucas Raymond changed the game, & more (13:40)! Also in this episode: Adidas is soon to be out as the NHL's jersey & who may take over (Nike, CCM, Bauer, ???) (26:15), Klingberg's strange contract & how this connects to Filip Hronek (31:10), & a look at 2022/2023 predictions in our last betting odds segment of the season (46:29). Tune in for all of that & more - happy summer "break"! Head over to wingedwheelpodcast.com to find all the ways to listen, how to support the show, and so much more.