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Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
Black Women and Allies Take Action

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 32:10


On Tuesday, Mark spent the day attended the 8th gathering of Black women and allies, brought together by the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation's Black Women's Roundtable and the National Council of Negro Women. We'll hear from two movement leaders and speakers to kick things off: Melanie Campbell, President and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation and convener of Black Women's Roundtable; and Clayola Brown, Civil, Human and Women's Rights Director for the AFL-CIO. They're followed by one-on-one conversations with Congresswoman Shontel Brown of Ohio, who was elected to replace HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge; Jotaka Eaddy, Host of "Speak Sis" on the Oprah Winfrey Network and founder of #WinWithBlackWomen; Marc Morial, President of the National Urban League; Derrick Johnson, President of the NAACP. Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

A Seat at the Table
9. Miriam Calderon - Part 1

A Seat at the Table

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 32:01


In the first part of a two-part episode, Dr. Lynette Fraga talks with Miriam Calderon of the U.S. Department of Education, where she serves as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Early Learning. Miriam shares her professional journey from local impact working in the child care classroom to affecting change at the national level as a civil servant. An ESL-learner as a young child, Miriam shares her passion for dual-language learners in the early education classroom. Together, Dr. Fraga and Miriam discuss the art of the possible for early care and education field.   About Miriam Calderon Miriam Calderon is the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Early Learning at the U.S. Department of Education. Miriam was appointed by Gov. Kate Brown in 2017 to serve as the early learning system director for the state of Oregon. She previously served in the Obama-Biden Administration advising on early learning policy at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Domestic Policy Council.  Miriam has a diverse set of experiences in the early childhood field in program, policy, and advocacy. She worked as the senior director for early childhood at the Bainum Family Foundation, as director of early childhood education at the District of Columbia Public Schools, and as associate director for education policy at UnidosUS (formerly the National Council of La Raza).  Miriam began her career in early childhood working in Head Start. She is a native of Washington D.C. and holds degrees from the University of Delaware and Portland State University. Show Notes U.S Department of Education, Early Learning website Child Care Aware of America (el sitio de web en espanol) Subscribe to this special series of intimate interviews to hear how other leaders are creating space for all types of voices to be heard. Rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you stream. This podcast is a production of Child Care Aware® of America.  Learn more at www.childcareaware.org/thetable. Music for A Seat at the Table is Retro Groovy by EightBallAudio.

Tennessee Home & Farm Radio
COVID Impact In Washington D.C.

Tennessee Home & Farm Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 2:03


COVID-19 is still having a major impact on how things function in Washington DC. Chuck Conner with the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives talks about what those impacts are and details what some of the issues are being focused on there. The post COVID Impact In Washington D.C. appeared first on Tennessee Farm Bureau.

Face to Face
New leader says Métis National Council is stepping into new era

Face to Face

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 25:03


On this episode of Face to Face: Cassidy Caron. Caron is the first-ever woman elected president of the Métis National Council during a special sitting of the general assembly. She looks back on that historic day and what the future holds for the organization.

Making Math Moments That Matter
Invigorating High School Math - An Interview with Steven Leinwand & Eric Milou

Making Math Moments That Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 56:53


In this episode of the Making Math Moments That Matter Podcast, we chat with Steve Leinwand and Eric Milou about strategies to create an Invigorating High School Math program.Steve served as Mathematics Supervisor in the Connecticut Department of Education for 22 years and is a former president of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. In 2021, he was awarded the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics' Lifetime Achievement Award.Eric Milou is Professor of Mathematics at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. Eric served as President of the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey and on the Board of Directors of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics.You'll Learn: Why making shifts in high school math education is required to empower students;What content in our HS curriculum needs to be eliminated and what can replace it;Why 6th grade is harder to teach than calculus; What change you can make tomorrow to make a difference in your career; and, Why the status quo is unacceptable in mathematics education;Resources: Invigorating High School Math: Practical Guidance for Long-Overdue Transformation http://steveleinwand.com/ 

Minority Korner
MK326: Thirsty for Marvel (Eternals Spoiler Free Character Breakdown, The Harder They Fall, JayZ on Chappelle, Kelis DJing?)

Minority Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 84:46


She's back again and we love to have her Mackenzie Green! She's with us to reunite the Marvel crew and do a deep dive into Marvel Studios' Eternals! SPOILER FREE of course, but all to get you pumped and ready with all of James' hot tidbits, production notes, he gleaned from hosting the red carpet premiere! Join us as we take a deep dive into each character in this groundbreaking and historical movie. But before we get there James discusses The Harder They Fall on Netflix based on real life black cowboys but falling short to real life colorism when it comes to casting. Will the rest of the world realize black cowboys existed?  Also does Kelis have a future as a DJ? Will James ever love Idris Elba? Guest Co-Host: MacKenzie Green (she/her)-  Vice President of Social Media for Who What Wear/Clique Brands. She previously served as a social media director at BET+, and worked for Betches, Telemundo, Paramount, and NBCUNIVERSAL. She is a graduate of Columbia Business School and the University of Miami. Holds two SunCoast Emmys, served as the former vice chair of the National Council of Negro Women , a proud member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and The Links Inc, and held the title of Miss DC USA in 2010. TW: @MacKenzieAGreen, IG: @missusatombaREFERENCE LINKS: Nope, nope nope Jay Z just make messy black westerns for Netflix please: https://www.vulture.com/2021/11/jay-z-discussed-dave-chappelles-the-closer-special.htmlWatch James Host the Marvel Studios' Eternals Red Carpet Premiere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hTxYjmU01cCheck out James in Sh*t & Champagne on Amazon Prime and Apple TVMinority Korner on YouTube:  https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: minoritykorner@gmail.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur

AgriTalk
AgriTalk-November 9, 2021

AgriTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 43:42


Chuck Conner, president of the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives and former USDA Deputy Secretary, joins us to discuss the vaccination mandate and its enforcement through OSHA. Kip Eideberg is the senior vice president of government and industry relations at the Association for Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and he joins us to discuss the infrastructure bill and the recent relaxation of steel and aluminum tariffs. There was breaking news this morning concerning the Cattle Price Discovery and Transparency Act and joining us to discuss it is Matt Deppe, CEO of the Iowa Cattlemen's Association. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Art of Emergency Nursing
AOEN Episode 88: Turning it around Part two

Art of Emergency Nursing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 44:27


In part two of a two-part episode, Kevin talks with a nurse who completely turned her life around.  This amazing nurse shares the story about how her faith and hard work saved her from addiction to drugs and alcohol.  Also If you are a nurse and struggling with addiction or think you might know someone who is, here are a couple of resources.  Making this call can be tough but it might save your life.    Narcotic Anonymous https://www.na.org/meetingsearch/   Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1-800-662-HELP (4357) National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) 1-800-NCA-CALL (622-2255) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 Alcoholics Anonymous Number 1-212-870-3400 There is even a text only crisis line.  text Crisis Text Line at 741741,  Text HELLO to 741741 to access.  Or click the link. A big thank you to the sponsors of Nurses PODCON Trusted Health  https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn  Samuel Merritt University!https://smumsn.com CBD Stat!http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse. Ekohttps://ekohealth.com 

en(gender)ed
Episode 155: Pam Munter on "Fading Fame: Women of a Certain Age in Hollywood"

en(gender)ed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 49:37


On this episode of the en(gender)ed podcast, guest host Pamela Shelden interviews  Pam Munter, author of Fading Fame:  Women of a Certain Age in Hollywood.  Their conversation explores Pam's book and its themes of the systemic misogyny that has dominated Hollywood throughout its history.  They also address how women on the screen, victimized in a variety of ways, from predatory men on casting couches, to the process of aging itself, continue to be victimized today and how we as viewers can recognize those patterns and stop the cycle. Pamela Shelden, a member of the Engendered Collective, holds a Ph.D. in English/American literature. She has taught both at the university level (including Brooklyn College, City University of New York) and the high school level (including Stuyvesant High School). Today, she continues teaching through her business, College Counseling and Tutoring Services (CATS), while also mentoring young people to advocate for issues, particularly those affecting the lives of women and children. Dr. Shelden also serves on the Board of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), Peninsula Section, where she coordinates several advocacy programs, including a popular advocacy-focused film series.  During our conversation, both Pams referenced the following resources: "Institutional discrimination" or sexism in media Fading Fame women including Mary Pickford, Doris Day, and many more --- Thanks for tuning in to the en(gender)ed podcast! Be sure to check out our en(gender)ed site and follow our blog on Medium. Join our feminist community of survivors, advocates and allies! Consider donating because your support is what makes this work sustainable. Please also connect with us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Don't forget to subscribe to the show!

South Bend's Own Words
Ricardo Parra

South Bend's Own Words

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 16:31


In the 1970s, Ricardo Parra helped organize and direct a new midwest chapter of the National Council of La Raza, a progressive Chicano political advocacy group. Over the following decades, both Ricardo and his wife, Olga Villa, became integrally involved in South Bend's growing Latinx community. They allied themselves with almost every local organization, like La Raza, El Campito children's center, the former El Centro migrant advocacy center, and of course, La Casa de Amistad. Olga was a strong leader, had a love for life, and deeply supported those who worked with her. In 2014, Olga passed away at the age of 71. Four years later, in 2018, I sat down with Ricardo along with Valeria Chamorro from the Civil Rights Heritage Center. We talked about Ricardo's arrival at Notre Dame, his life with Olga, and how the local Latinx community has grown and changed over the past fifty years. This episode was produced by Donald Brittain from the Ernestine M. Raclin School of the Arts at IU South Bend, and by George Garner from the Civil Rights Heritage Center. Full transcript of this episode available here.  Want to learn more about South Bend's history? View the photographs and documents that helped create it. Visit Michiana Memory at http://michianamemory.sjcpl.org/. Title music, “History Explains Itself,” from Josh Spacek. Visit his page on the Free Music Archive, http://www.freemusicarchive.org/.

New Day
9. How Do I Talk to My Kids About Their Mental Health?

New Day

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 35:31


Lily Cornell Silver knows that being in your 20s is hard. Being in your 20s and navigating COVID-19, college, grief, and your mental health can feel completely overwhelming. Lily, a 21-year-old mental health advocate, and Claire talk about how open, honest conversations with Lily's mom, Susan Silver, are a key part of her mental health regimen, including as Lily continues to process losing her dad, Soundgarden's Chris Cornell, to suicide. This week's practice is all about mental health and self-care — for parents and for kids, in your 20s and beyond.   Want to connect? Join the New Day Facebook Group!  https://www.facebook.com/groups/newdaypod   Resources from the show The Jed Foundation provides resources for protecting the emotional health and preventing suicide for teens and young adults. If you're a parent or a friend of someone struggling with their mental health, check out The National Council for Well Being.  Have you had suicidal thoughts? Check out Now Matters Now for support.  Read To Write Love On Her Arms mental health blog.    Learn more about today's guest: Listen to Lily's podcast, “Mind Wide Open” where she interviews guests of all types that speak to their struggles with mental health and moments of grief, trauma, depression, etc.    Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors.   Did you try one of these weekly practices? We want to hear about it! Call 833-4-LEMONADA (833-453-6662) or email us newday@lemonnadamedia.com    To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to lemonadamedia.com/show/newday/ shortly after the air date.   Follow Claire on IG and FB @clairebidwellsmith or Twitter @clairebidwell and visit her website: www.clairebidwellsmith.com   Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia.    Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Active Allyship...it's more than a #hashtag!
EP #70: Latinos, Schools and COVID: Non-Profit UnidosUS Addresses Community Concerns-

Active Allyship...it's more than a #hashtag!"

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 22:23


Lisa is solo and is joined by ALBERTO A. GONZÁLEZ, JR., Senior Strategist for the Health Policy Project at UnidosUS  to talk about  a new survey finds continued concern from parents with emergency COVID vaccine authorization for kids under 12 on the horizon. 70% OF LATINO PARENTS SUPPORT COVID-19 VACCINE REQUIREMENT FOR STUDENTS AND STAFF     More than 5 million children have tested positive for COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic. As the Delta variant continues to spread across the country, risks for infection are increasing for Latino children who are back in school and remain unvaccinated.      According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Latino children are more than three times as likely to be hospitalized for COVID than non-Hispanic white children. A new survey by UnidosUS (formerly the National Council of La Raza) of Latino parents about evolving perceptions of the pandemic and vaccines has found an overwhelming majority of Latino parents now support policies that require all students and staff to be vaccinated for in-person schooling. Survey findings include the following:    Most Latino parents (nearly 90%) are increasingly concerned that their children will become seriously ill from COVID-19.    7 in 10 (70%) expressed support for requiring that all students and staff be vaccinated for children to safely return to school.    More than 6 in 10 Latino parents (62%) have vaccinated their eligible children, compared to 41% of parents overall.   Nearly half (48%) of all Latino parents intend to vaccinate their children under age 12 as soon as possible once vaccine is made available to that age group.    UnidosUS, previously known as NCLR (National Council of La Raza), is the nation's largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization. Through its unique combination of expert research, advocacy, programs, and an Affiliate Network of nearly 300 community-based organizations across the United States and Puerto Rico, UnidosUS simultaneously challenges the social, economic, and political barriers that affect Latinos at the national and local levels. For more than 50 years, UnidosUS has united communities and different groups seeking common ground through collaboration, and that share a desire to make our country stronger.     

Move to Live®More
Benefits of Youth Sports for Kids, Communities and Country

Move to Live®More

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 29:59


An interview with Wayne Moss, Executive Director at the National Council of Youth Sports. But all of these benefits really transfer over the course of a lifetime.  And that's why I think that it is really important for all young people to be involved in sport and really to find whatever it is, is their particular interest, the thing that they like to do, and the thing that they can continue to do over the course of a lifetime. And they should be engaged in a lot of things, experiment with lots of different sports, just to see what's of, what's of interest to them.Wayne MossYouth sports as essentialBenefits of youth sports for kidsImpact of COVID on the youth sports sectorYouth sports and mental healthBenefits of youth sports over a lifetimeYouth sports and academic performanceAccess to youth sports for girlsDiversity in leadershipAccess to youth sports for underserved communitiesBenefits of youth sports for countryNational Youth Sports DayCalls to actionhttps://www.movetolivemore.com/https://www.linkedin.com/company/move-to-live-more@MovetoLiveMore

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 1, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 5:33


Prayer at the Close of Day for Monday, November 1, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 91Brief Scripture: Matt. 6:31-34PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 1, 2021 Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 12:43


Evening Prayer for Monday, November 1, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesHymn to Christ the Light (Phos Hilaron)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 141Psalm 82Psalm 29Gospel: Matt. 13:36-43Canticle: Canticle of Mary (Magnificat; Luke 1:46-55)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("sins")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 1, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 10:12


Midday Prayer for Monday, November 1, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 145Old Testament: Neh. 6:1-19Ancient or Classic Prayer: Liturgy of Malabar (5th century)Prayer for Various Occasions: For Those Who Are MarginalizedThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
November 1, 2021 Morning Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 9:51


Morning Prayer for Monday, November 1, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 100Thanksgiving for BaptismPsalm 5New Testament: Rev. 10:1-11Canticle: Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus; Luke 1:68-79)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("trespasses")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Art of Emergency Nursing
AOEN Episode 88: Turning it around Part one

Art of Emergency Nursing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 48:04


In the first of a two-part episode, Kevin talks with a nurse who completely turned her life around.  This amazing nurse shares the story about how her faith and hard work saved her from addiction to drugs and alcohol.  Also If you are a nurse and struggling with addiction or think you might know someone who is, here are a couple of resources.  Making this call can be tough but it might save your life.    Narcotic Anonymous https://www.na.org/meetingsearch/   Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) 1-800-662-HELP (4357) National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) 1-800-NCA-CALL (622-2255) National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 Alcoholics Anonymous Number 1-212-870-3400 There is even a text only crisis line.  text Crisis Text Line at 741741,  Text HELLO to 741741 to access.  Or click the link. A big thank you to the sponsors of Nurses PODCON Trusted Health  https://www.trustedhealth.com/gnbn  Samuel Merritt University!https://smumsn.com CBD Stat!http://www.cbdstat.care/goodnursebadnurse. Ekohttps://ekohealth.com 

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 31, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 6:23


Prayer at the Close of Day for Sunday, October 31, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 34Brief Scripture: Matt. 11:28-30PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 31, 2021 Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 13:53


Evening Prayer for Sunday, October 31, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesHymn to Christ the Light (Phos Hilaron)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 141Psalm 117Psalm 139Gospel: Luke 12:22-31Canticle: Canticle of Mary (Magnificat; Luke 1:46-55)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("sins")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 31, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 5:58


Midday Prayer for Sunday, October 31, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 150Old Testament: Neh. 5:1-9Ancient or Classic Prayer: Attributed to Teresa of Lisieux (1873-1897)Prayer for Various Occasions: At the Examination of Deacon and Ruling Elder NomineesCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 31, 2021 Morning Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 9:53


Morning Prayer for Sunday, October 31, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 95:1-7Thanksgiving for BaptismPsalm 103New Testament: Acts 20:7-12Canticle: Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus; Luke 1:68-79)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("trespasses")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 30, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 6:16


Prayer at the Close of Day for Saturday, October 30, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 33Brief Scripture: Rom. 8:38-39PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 30, 2021 Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 12:35


Evening Prayer for Saturday, October 30, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesHymn to Christ the Light (Phos Hilaron)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 141Psalm 125Psalm 90Gospel: Matt. 13:31-35Canticle: Canticle of Mary (Magnificat; Luke 1:46-55)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("sins")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 30, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 8:17


Midday Prayer for Saturday, October 30, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 149Old Testament: Nehemiah 4:1-23Ancient or Classic Prayer: Based on a prayer of Jerome (c. 342-420)Prayer for Various Occasions: Prayer for ChoirsCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 30, 2021 Morning Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 10:49


Morning Prayer for Saturday, October 30, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 51:1-12Thanksgiving for BaptismPsalm 63New Testament: Rev. 7:4-17Canticle: Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus; Luke 1:68-79)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("trespasses")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 29, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 5:06


Prayer at the Close of Day for Friday, October 29, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 23Brief Scripture: Deuteronomy 6:4-7PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 29, 2021 Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 15:23


Evening Prayer for Friday, October 29, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesHymn to Christ the Light (Phos Hilaron)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 141Psalm 25Psalm 40Gospel: Matt. 13:24-30Canticle: Canticle of Mary (Magnificat; Luke 1:46-55)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("sins")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 29, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 9:59


Midday Prayer for Friday, October 29, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 148Old Testament: Nehemiah 2:1-20Ancient or Classic Prayer: John Calvin (1509-1564)Prayer for Various Occasions: Reaffirmation of Marriage VowsCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 29, 2021 Morning Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 9:43


Morning Prayer for Friday, October 29, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 63:1-8Thanksgiving for BaptismPsalm 84New Testament: Rev. 6:12 - 7:4Canticle: Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus; Luke 1:68-79)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("trespasses")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 28, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 4:42


Prayer at the Close of Day for Thursday, October 28, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 4Brief Scripture: John 14:27PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 28, 2021 Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 12:09


Evening Prayer for Thursday, October 28, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesHymn to Christ the Light (Phos Hilaron)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 141Psalm 26Psalm 130Gospel: Matt. 13:18-23Canticle: Canticle of Mary (Magnificat; Luke 1:46-55)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("sins")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Architecture, Design & Photography
Ep: 058 - Approaching Design From a Policy Level // Eugene Colberg

Architecture, Design & Photography

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 79:04


In this episode of Architecture, Design & Photography we sit down with Eugene Colberg, Founding Principal of Colberg Architecture. We begin our conversation with the topic of government policy and how that can influence the built environment. We discuss the importance of photographing your work. And then wrap things up with how the pandemic may change the way we approach our working environment.Eugene Colberg is a Brooklyn-based architect with over 25 years of experience producing award-winning architecture and interiors in the United States and internationally. As Principal of Colberg Architecture, he has designed imaginative and environmentally sensitive projects across the residential, workplace, retail, educational, healthcare, institutional, museum, and urban planning sectors. Having earned his BArch from Cornell University, Eugene is a Registered Architect in the State of New York, a Green Associate of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), and is certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). Colberg Architecture is a Certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) with the City and State of New York and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. More from Eugene Colberg:Website: https://www.colbergarchitecture.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/colberg_architecture More from us:Website: http://www.trentbell.comInstagram: http://instagram.com/trentbellphotography/

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 28, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 8:56


Midday Prayer for Thursday, October 28, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 147:12-20Old Testament: Nehemiah 1:1-11Ancient or Classic Prayer: Saint Patrick's Breastplate, by Patrick of Ireland (c. 389-461)Prayer for Various Occasions: At the Election of Ruling EldersCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 28, 2021 Morning Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 11:15


Morning Prayer for Thursday, October 28, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 100Thanksgiving for BaptismPsalm 116New Testament: Rev. 5:11 - 6:11Canticle: Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus; Luke 1:68-79)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("trespasses")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 27, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 6:30


Prayer at the Close of Day for Wednesday, October 27, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 139Brief Scripture: Rev. 22:3-5PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 27, 2021 Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 12:54


Evening Prayer for Wednesday, October 27, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesHymn to Christ the Light (Phos Hilaron)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 141Psalm 132Psalm 134Gospel: Matt. 13:10-17Canticle: Canticle of Mary (Magnificat; Luke 1:46-55)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("sins")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

All Home Care Matters
Healthy Eating for Seniors (Mini-Series Part 2)

All Home Care Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 14:34


Today's episode is the second installment of our Nutritional Health for Seniors three-part mini-series. Our last episode covered tips for dementia and mealtime. Today we are talking about healthy eating, specifically for seniors. First, we will be talking about what a well-balanced diet looks like. Then, we will go over how your needs and habits change and adapt with age. Finally, we will end with maintaining a healthy diet with age. Now let's move on to the rest of the show.   A well-balanced diet is something that most nutritionists and doctors will recommend for everyone, but even more so for older adults. Eating the right amounts of foods that contain the nutrients we need can help us have the energy we need for the day, help our bodies work better longer, and can help with necessary weight loss or weight gain. Oftentimes as we age, our eating habits change. Like we discussed last episode, we may not enjoy the foods we once did as we get older and might start to pay less attention to the amount of food and the types of food we are consuming. It is important for older adults to maintain a health well-balanced diet so they can give their bodies what they need to thrive.   As we age, we are not able to bounce back as much as we were when we were younger. Our metabolisms slow, and our digestive systems change. Sometimes, the foods we used to eat on a regular basis makes us sick or is no longer satisfying. When we start to notice any of these changes, we should reevaluate our eating habits and see what changes we should be making.   The US Department of Agriculture has created My Plate as a tool to help make sure you are getting the nutrients you need. You can help your loved one take the My Plate quiz to see what areas of their diet they may be lacking in. After they take the quiz, you can use the My Plate app to help them set-up an account and keep track of their diet information. You can find the quiz and even more information on eating healthy at www dot My Plate dot gov. You can also find the link in our show notes for today's episode.   According to Healthline, one in four older Americans has poor nutrition. Having poor nutrition, as we talked about in our mini-series, puts you at risk of becoming overweight or underweight and it can weaken your muscles and bones. It also leaves you vulnerable to disease. Luckily, there is a relatively easy fix for poor nutrition. A well-balanced diet can help you maintain a healthy weight, stay energized, and get the nutrients you need, all while lowering your risk of developing chronic health conditions, such as heart disease and diabetes.   You may remember the food pyramid from when you were in school, but now My Plate has taken place of the food pyramid. My Plate states that as we age, healthy eating can make a difference in our health, help to improve how we feel, and encourage a sense of well-being. A well-balanced diet can literally change the way you feel how your body works.   Every person's My Plate is tailored to them and depends on many things, but generally speaking, women over 60 should be eating one and a half to two cups of fruits a day, two to three cups of vegetables, five to seven ounces of grains, five to six ounces of protein, and three cups of dairy every day. Men over 60 should be eating two cups of fruit, two and a half to three and a half cups of vegetables, six to nine ounces of grains, five and half to six and half ounces of protein, and three cups of dairy a day. This is just a general idea of what older adults should be eating, but your doctor or a nutritionist can help you make a plan that is right for you.   Now that you know what makes a well-balanced diet, let's move on to how our nutritional needs and habits can change with age.   According to Healthline, as you get older, your nutritional needs, appetite, and food habits can change in several ways. The amount of calories we need to fuel our bodies for the day will most likely decrease with age and our appetite will most likely diminish, as well. Oftentimes, our sense of smell and taste weaken with age, which can cause a loss of appetite.   Medical conditions worsen or develop with time and age and can impact our appetites, our digestive systems, and cause us to have a restrictive or limited diet. Along with medical conditions comes medication. Many medications can cause a loss of appetite or cause symptoms that make eating difficult, like dry mouth, and some medications require you to not eat certain types of foods while taking them.   Oral problems can also arise with age. Many people need dentures as they get older, and they may make eating more difficult for some, especially if they don't fit properly or you are just getting used to them.   With advanced age comes a weakened immune system. A weakened immune system makes it easier for us to catch illnesses, including food poisoning and other food-related illnesses. It is important to ensure your food doesn't have any odors or discoloration before you use it. It is also a good idea to stick to the expiration or freshness guaranteed date. While the food may look normal, mold spores and bacteria can be invisible to the eye and cause you to become sick. Packaged and canned food items and frozen foods last longer than fresh items and can be safer to store for longer periods of time. They are also good to have on hand, especially if you have difficulties getting to or around the grocery store.   Losing a loved one can also impact your daily habits and eating patterns. Healthline says you may feel depressed, which can lead to lower appetite. If your family member did most of the cooking, you might not know how to prepare food for yourself, and some people simply choose not to eat, rather than cook a meal for themselves.   If you're finding it difficult to prepare food for yourself, talk to a family member, trusted friend, or your doctor. If you notice that your loved one isn't preparing foods or eating, try to bring them meals or invite them out to dinner. There are also local agencies, like Meals on Wheels, that can help get meals to seniors that they don't have to prepare. Talk to your local senior center to see what programs are available in your area.   Healthy foods can be expensive, but they are a necessity, especially as we get older. According to the National Council on Aging, The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) can help you afford healthy food when you need it. Over 4 million older Americans use SNAP to buy food, and the average senior receives $113 each month. You can visit Benefits Check Up dot org back slash get SNAP to see if you qualify for the program.   Now that you know how some of our nutritional needs and habits can change as we age, let's move on to our final section for today, maintaining a healthy diet with age.   To maintain a healthy diet as we age, we should focus on nutrient-dense foods, such as fruits and vegetables, beans and lentils, nuts and seeds, whole grains, low-fat dairy and lean proteins. Since we normally require less calories as we age, it is important to make sure you are eating foods from these groups, since less calories usually means you are eating less. When you eat less food, the food you eat matters even more than it did before.   You should also make sure you are eating enough fiber. Healthline says that fiber is essential for a healthy digestive system. Good sources of fiber include fruits and vegetables, beans and lentils, nuts and seeds, oats and oat bran, and whole grains. Eating foods rich in fiber can help you avoid constipation and other digestive issues. If you have trouble eating foods high in fiber, talk to your doctor about taking a fiber supplement instead.   One trick to maintaining a healthy diet is to shop for convenience. Frozen or low-sodium canned vegetables and frozen unsweetened fruit or low-sugar canned fruit can be easier to prep than whole fruits and vegetables and they last longer. Buying precooked grilled turkey or rotisserie chickens can save you time when preparing meals and make it easier to prepare, especially if you are cooking just for yourself. Low-sodium canned soup or stews make excellent and quick meals with zero work. And pop tops make them easier to open if you have arthritis. Bagged salad mixes and precut veggies can be a great addition to any meal and they already come prewashed, so all you have to do is throw them on a plate or into the pan and dinner is done. Instant oatmeal makes a simple and quick healthy breakfast, and you can add honey, peanut butter, or fruits on top to make it more filling and fun. Steamer bags of veggies in either the produce or freezer sections of the grocery store can make great side dishes that only take a few minutes in the microwave, or you can throw on some rotisserie chicken and instant rice for a complete meal that took you no time at all.   These convenience foods can make mealtimes less stressful, but make sure you always check the nutritional information before you buy anything. Prepackaged foods often contain higher levels of sugar, fats, and salt, so watch out for products that have high levels of those listed.   Staying hydrated is another important part of maintaining a healthy diet. Make sure you are consistently drinking water throughout the day. If you know that your loved one doesn't drink as much water as they should throughout the day, you can also try giving them tea and coffee, low-sugar fruit juices, soups, or fruits and vegetables with high water content, like watermelon and celery. You can make fruit pops with their favorite fruits and juice during the hot months, too. It's a nice treat for them and keeps them hydrated.   Just like we talked about last episode, making mealtime a social event can help make sure your loved one is maintaining a healthy diet. Eating with your loved one can help make mealtimes enjoyable for them again, especially if they have recently lost a loved one in their life. Grief and depression can both suppress your loved one's appetite. Getting them out of their usual setting can sometimes help with depression. Taking them to their favorite restaurant or to somewhere new can be exciting and give your loved one something to look forward to. They can also use their senior discount when going out to eat. You can help them sign up for AARP to receive even more discounts if they haven't already. Visit AARP dot org to learn more about what their benefits and offers today.   If your loved one is struggling with depression and you don't know what to do anymore, contact their doctor. They may be able to prescribe medication that may help or may recommend therapy. Your local senior center may also have grief and depression programs or resources that may help.    As we get older, we should be limiting our salt intake and with less salt, some foods can taste pretty bland. Experimenting with herbs and spices can be a good way to bring flavor back to foods, without increasing the amount of salt. If your loved one enjoys gardening, you can bring them some kitchen herb pots so that they can grow their own herbs and spices. This is also a great way for them to enjoy a hobby they haven't been able to do if they have mobility issues.   Encouraging your loved one to maintain a healthy diet can help them more than anything else we have talked about this episode. Having a support system can make any lifestyle change easier, and that includes maintaining a healthy diet. With you by their side, your loved one is more likely to stick to any diet changes they make rather than if they are doing it all by themselves.   Make sure you are mindful of their dietary needs and restrictions whenever you have them over for dinner or go out to eat. Preparing foods they can eat is a good way to ensure that they are maintaining their diet and shows them that you care.   Regular exercise is also a part of a well-balance lifestyle. Going for walks, playing golf without a golf cart, and playing other games that require movement are all a great way to exercise, and are a good way for your loved one to get some much-needed social interaction. Exercise can also help build-up your loved one's appetite. If your loved one is having trouble with not feeling hungry, try getting them to go for a walk with you and see if they gain an appetite overtime. Just going for a walk every now and then most likely won't increase their appetite, but daily walks may.   Interested in learning even more about healthy eating for seniors? Visit our YouTube channel, where you can find our Nutritional and Dietary Support for Seniors playlist. So far, we've talked about healthy nutrition tips and kitchen safety tips for seniors. We are continuously adding to our playlist and updating it, so check back often!   If you or your loved one have questions about maintaining a healthy diet, contact their doctor or a nutritionist. They can give you an ample amount of resources and help you come up with a healthy eating plan. You should also check with your insurance provider. Many cover nutritional planning.   Thank you for listening to the second episode of our three-part mini-series, Nutritional Health for Seniors. Be on the lookout for the next installment in the series   We want to say thank you for joining us here at All Home Care Matters, All Home Care Matters is here for you and to help families as they navigate long-term care issues. Please visit us at allhomecarematters.com there is a private secure fillable form there where you can give us feedback, show ideas, or if you have questions. Every form is read and responded to. If you know someone is who could benefit from this episode and please make sure to share it with them.   Remember, you can listen to the show on any of your favorite podcast streaming platforms and watch the show on our YouTube channel and make sure to hit that subscribe button, so you'll never miss an episode. We look forward to seeing you next time on All Home Care Matters, thank you.     Sources: https://www.healthline.com/health/healthy-eating-for-seniors   https://www.ncoa.org/article/healthy-eating-tips-for-seniors   https://www.myplate.gov/   https://www.eatright.org/food/nutrition/dietary-guidelines-and-myplate/healthy-eating-for-older-adults   https://aging.com/elderly-nutrition-101-10-foods-to-keep-you-healthy/   https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/sample-menus-healthy-eating-older-adults   https://www.myplate.gov/tip-sheet/healthy-eating-older-adults   https://www.myplate.gov/life-stages/older-adults   https://www.aarp.org/rewards/?intcmp=GLOBAL-HDR-LNK-CLK-AARP_REWARDS          

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 27, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 10:22


Midday Prayer for Wednesday, October 27, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 147:1-11Old Testament: Ezra 6:1-22Ancient or Classic Prayer: Attributed to Francis of Assisi (c. 1181-1226)Prayer for Various Occasions: For Teachers in the ChurchCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 27, 2021 Morning Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 10:05


Morning Prayer for Wednesday, October 27, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 95:1-7Thanksgiving for BaptismPsalm 96New Testament: Rev. 5:1-10Canticle: Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus; Luke 1:68-79)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("trespasses")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 26, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 4:48


Prayer at the Close of Day for Tuesday, October 26, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 134Brief Scripture: 1 John 4:18-20PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 26, 2021 Evening Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 13:22


Evening Prayer for Tuesday, October 26, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesHymn to Christ the Light (Phos Hilaron)Thanksgiving for LightPsalm 141Psalm 36Psalm 7Gospel: Matt. 13:1-9Canticle: Canticle of Mary (Magnificat; Luke 1:46-55)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("sins")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 26, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 8:47


Midday Prayer for Tuesday, October 26, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 146Old Testament: Ezra 5:1-17Ancient or Classic Prayer: Sarum Primer (c. 1514)Prayer for Various Occasions: For Refugees and MigrantsCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 26, 2021 Morning Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 10:24


Morning Prayer for Tuesday, October 26, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 51:1-12Thanksgiving for BaptismPsalm 12New Testament: Rev. 4:1-11Canticle: Canticle of Zechariah (Benedictus; Luke 1:68-79)Thanksgiving and IntercessionCollectThe Lord's Prayer ("trespasses")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 25, 2021 Prayer at the Close of Day

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 4:45


Prayer at the Close of Day for Monday, October 25, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPrayer of ConfessionPsalm 130Brief Scripture: Matt. 6:31-34PrayerThe Lord's Prayer (silent)Canticle of Simeon (Nunc Dimittis; Luke 2:29-32)DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from  the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

Conversations With Warrior Women Podcast
Modern Day Magic and Spiritual Lessons with Rachel Lang- Episode 77

Conversations With Warrior Women Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 43:00


Episode Description: Rachel Lang, Astrologist and Psychic joins us and tells us about her journey to self acceptance and how she has embraced her unique gifts. In her journey she came out, went back in, and then learned to fully embody herself and make conscious choices without fear. Wondering how to bring some magic into your life? Rachel explains how even in her deepest period of grief, she found magic in her life. Connect with Rachel: Modern Day Magic: https://amzn.to/3BXDWNn Links to all the things: https://link.snipfeed.co/rachellangastrologer Guest Bio: Rachel Lang is a professional astrologer and psychic medium who works with a variety of clients. Rachel writes a monthly horoscope column for the Omega Institute's Monthly News and LVBX Magazine. Rachel holds a master's degree in theology from Loyola Marymount University. She serves as the Vice President of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Council for Geocosmic Research (NCGR) and is the Outreach Director for the international board of the NCGR. She teaches classes on astrology, psychic mediumship, and working with magic. Follow her on Instagram at @rachellangastrologer or visit her online at http://rachellangastrologer.com

Public Health Review Morning Edition
50: Social Media Health Concerns

Public Health Review Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 6:01


Stephanie Smiley, former state health officer for Wisconsin, examines the impact of social media on young people; Community COVID Coalition members release new social media animations to educate people ages 18 to 24 about vaccine safety; ASTHO CEO Mike Fraser and Chuck Ingoglia, CEO of the National Council for Mental Wellbeing, commit to working together to promote the wellbeing of public health workers in a new blog article; ASTHO President Elect Dr. Anne Zink says leaders need to be intentional with positive reinforcement; former ASTHO members Dr. Rachel Levine and Dr. Joneigh Khaldun get new jobs; and ASTHO is hiring for key positions. Webpage: Community COVID Coalition Vaccine Social Media Assets Webpage: Community COVID Coalition Research on Vaccines ASTHO Blog Article: ASTHO and National Council for Mental Wellbeing Address Public Health Workers ASTHO Podcast: Gratitude Amid Struggle – Celebrating Wins in the COVID-19 Response Dr. Rachel Levine Sworn in as Assistant Secretary for Health Webpage: CVS Health Names Dr. Joneigh S. Khaldun as Vice President and Chief Health Equity Officer ASTHO Webpage: Careers

Adventist History Podcast
It's Good to be the King - October 2021 Bonus Episode

Adventist History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 45:37


A rep from the National Council of Churches appeared at the end of the 1952 Bible Conference to talk about the latest English translation of the Bible. This episode is all about how Adventists reacted to the Revised Standard Version (RSV) -- especially compared to fundamentalists. The What: The Adventist History Podcast tells a story of the Seventh-day Adventist Church each month and is hosted by Matthew J. Lucio. Links: Web http://adventisthistorypodcast.org/ Support: https://www.patreon.com/AdventistHistoryPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adventisthistorypodcast/ Watch: http://youtube.com/c/adventisthistory

Issues, Etc.
2882. The National Council on Family Relations and “Family Privilege” – Kendall Qualls, 10/15/21

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 13:46


Kendall Qualls of TakeCharge Now Two-Parent Families Are Racist Too TakeCharge

Minority Korner
MK322: Read the Label (Marvel's What If... Jesy of Little Mix Solo & Blackfishing, Perfectionism + Characteristics of White Supremacy, Stoicism + Black Stoics)

Minority Korner

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 90:46


Marvel's What If.. was better than it needed to be, or than we were expecting! Jesy of Little Mix is riding solo, sampling P. Diddy, making tracks with Nicki Minaj and... Blackfishing?! On the heels of having it pointed out by his therapist that perfectionism is a characteristic of white supremacy, James walks us through how it is, and other characteristics of white supremacy you need to cut out of your life! And then MacKenzie Green delivers on what she's promised for months, your deep dive into Stoicism, what it is, how to apply it, and some dope Black stoics to add into your life! Guest Co-Host: MacKenzie Green (she/her)-  Vice President of Social Media for Who What Wear/Clique Brands. She previously served as a social media director at BET+, and worked for Betches, Telemundo, Paramount, and NBCUNIVERSAL. She is a graduate of Columbia Business School and the University of Miami. Holds two SunCoast Emmys, served as the former vice chair of the National Council of Negro Women , a proud member of Kappa Kappa Gamma and The Links Inc, and held the title of Miss DC USA in 2010. TW: @MacKenzieAGreen, IG: @missusatombaREFERENCE LINKS: Jesy from Little Mix Black FishingCharacteristics of white supremacy How Perfectionism is a tool of white supremacy Minority Korner on YouTube:  https://bit.ly/2JsXEuuCONTACT USTwitter: @minoritykornerEmail: minoritykorner@gmail.comIG: @minoritykornerHost/Producer: James Arthur M: TW: @JamesArthur_M, IG: @JamesArthur