Attorney Deborah Blum discussed the responsibility of teams for foul ball, sex assault allegations against producer Harvey Weinstein and entertainer Bill Cosby, lawsuit likelihood from the October 1, 2017 Las Vegas mass shootings, and the legal implications of drinking and driving arrests, charges, and convictions,
ProHEALTH Care Associates Director of psychological Services Allen Lebovits, ph.d., discussed we often do not pay attention to our mental health, why suicide- especially among seniors – is a topic we do not discuss, and what can be done about significant issues facing older adults.
MamaSezz co-founder Meg Donahue discussed how a plant-based diet dramatically impacted her mother’s health, the foods with the highest nutritional value, and the best foods for strengthening one’s immune system.
Rowdy Girl Sanctuary Executive Director andFounder Renee King-Sonnen discussed how the Sanctuary became the first documented beef cattle ranch to convert to a vegan farm animal sanctuary, how she and her husband saved animals during Hurricane Harvey in Texas, and her view that other cattle ranches care about their animals.
Bob Salter spoke with listeners about terrorism concerns in the aftermath of the September 15, 2017 London bomb sttsck.and concerns about climate change surrounding the effects of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
Author Polly Franks, director of It’s Not Your Fault, discussed her story bringing a sexual predator to justice, back-to-school safety tips for children, and the numbers of sexual attacks that go unreported.
Association for Metrousa Autistic Children Incorpoated Executive Director Keishea Allen discussed common misconceptions about autism, the organization’s work with traditionally hard to place students, and challenges faced by parents of students the organization serves.
Oasis Day Camp CEO Bernie Tessler discussed services including day camps using the infrastructure of existing facilities, tangible results seen in children’s growth, and funding challenges the organization faces.
Ruderman Family Foundation Program Officer Miriam Heyman discussed the international organization’s efforts to promote inclusion of people with disabilities, the Promoting Lifetime of Acitivity for Youth (PLAY) campaign, and efforts to promote opportunity in business and sports for people with disabilities.
Philanthropist and former nanny Florence Ann Romano discussed the instance of a nanny caught beating a child with special needs, how installing nanny cam can protect one’s family, and that child care centers often do not hire the most qualified teachers.