Archive | January 2011

Motherhood Talk Radio welcomes Laura Drower and Julie Levin of Wee Speech February 1st

Laura Drower, Julie Levin, Wee Speech, speech pathologists, motor speech disorders, family counselors, Sandra Beck, Christy Holly, Rick Swanson, Motherhood Talk Radio, Motherhood IncorporatedWee Speech is a small private practice owned and operated by  two Speech and Language Pathologists, Laura Drower and Julie Levin.
Wee Speech has been serving the north suburban Chicago area since 1989.  Wee Speech serves children birth to 18 with a variety of therapeutic needs, striving to collaborate with families and their children in order to provide the highest quality of individualized therapeutic services.Laura Drower, Julie Levin, Wee Speech, speech pathologists, motor speech disorders, family counselors, Sandra Beck, Christy Holly, Rick Swanson, Motherhood Talk Radio, Motherhood Incorporated

Julie Levin M.S. is an NDT trained speech and language pathologist with many years of experience working with babies and young children.  Special  areas of interest include oral motor /feeding and developing communication and early speech skills in the neurologically involved child.

Laura Drower M.S. is a pediatric speech language pathologist with over 20 years of experience. She is NDT trained and has provided speech and language assessment, treatment and training in a variety of settings including public and private schools and residential facilities. Special areas of interest include child language development, augmentative and alternative communication and motor speech disorders.

Wee Speech offers a wide range of clinical specialties in the fields of speech, physical, and occupational therapies as well as group and family counseling and educational advocacy.

For more information, visit www.weespeech.com.

Motherhood Talk Radio is powered by Motherhood Incorporated, bringing you the most powerful voice in women’s issues today and is hosted by Sandra Beck, Christy Holly and Rick Swanson.  Motherhood Talk Radio airs on www.Toginet.com every Tuesday, 3 pm pacific, 4pm mountain, 5 pm central and 6 pm eastern and can be downloaded from     www.Itunes.com and www.motherhoodtalkradio.com.

Military Mom Talk Radio Welcomes Cari Johnson of A Dollar To Care, January 31

Sandra Beck, Military Mom Talk Radio, Mom Talk Radio, Talk Radio for Mothers, ,  Christy Holly, Rick Swanson, Itunes, Military Mom Incorporated, Toginet, Itunes,  Military Radio Show, Military Mom Radio Show, Podcasts for Military, Podcasts for Military Moms, Military Mom Podcast, Military Mothers Radio, Shows for Moms in Military, Cari Johnson, A Dollar to CareGuest Cari Johnson, founder of A Dollar To Care, visits Military Mom Talk Radio to talk about her newly formed non profit organization working to assist families of soldiers who have been, or in the process of, being charged with crimes during combat.

Many people do not realize that legal fees are all paid for by the soldier. They also lose their BAQ (Basic Allowance For Housing), yet many still have small children and wives to support.  The younger soldiers who were perhaps living at home prior to their deployment are faced with the similiar financial circumstances however most of the financial responsibility is falling on the parents and grandparents.

A Dollar To Care was formed to assist these families who are mentally and emotionally strained, and financially in debt. They receive requests for basic needs such as food or assistance with monthly bills, transportation expenses, and emergency funds for repairs or replacements of major appliances, vehicles, and their homes.

The last thing these warriors’ families need right now is to wonder how they will pay their bills next month. One dollar donations make an incredible  difference in the lives of these families.  For more information, visit www.adollartocare.org.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm PST, 5 pm EST on www.Toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd, produced by Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Military Mom Talk Radio Welcomes Cari Johnson of A Dollar To Care – January 31

Sandra Beck, Military Mom Talk Radio, Mom Talk Radio, Talk Radio for Mothers, ,  Christy Holly, Rick Swanson, Itunes, Military Mom Incorporated, Toginet, Itunes,  Military Radio Show, Military Mom Radio Show, Podcasts for Military, Podcasts for Military Moms, Military Mom Podcast, Military Mothers Radio, Shows for Moms in Military, Cari Johnson, A Dollar to CareGuest Cari Johnson, founder of A Dollar To Care, visits Military Mom Talk Radio to talk about her newly formed non profit organization working to assist families of soldiers who have been, or in the process of, being charged with crimes during combat.

Many people do not realize that legal fees are all paid for by the soldier. They also lose their BAQ (Basic Allowance For Housing), yet many still have small children and wives to support.  The younger soldiers who were perhaps living at home prior to their deployment are faced with the similiar financial circumstances however most of the financial responsibility is falling on the parents and grandparents.

A Dollar To Care was formed to assist these families who are mentally and emotionally strained, and financially in debt. They receive requests for basic needs such as food or assistance with monthly bills, transportation expenses, and emergency funds for repairs or replacements of major appliances, vehicles, and their homes.

The last thing these warriors’ families need right now is to wonder how they will pay their bills next month. One dollar donations make an incredible  difference in the lives of these families.  For more information, visit www.adollartocare.org.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm PST, 5 pm EST on www.Toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com. Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez and Robin Boyd, produced by Rick Swanson, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Moms! Get Your Teens involved in iHistory WW2 by Sandra Beck, Motherhood Incorporated

By Sandra Beck, Motherhood Incorporated

IHistory WW2 You Tube Video Contest

IHistory WW2 You Tube Video Contest

How would you like to help make history come alive? Create a mini-documentary of a World War II veteran and win a spot in a full-length documentary!

The iHistory Project is proud to announce a ground-breaking YouTube contest for students ages 12–18. Students are invited to create two films: a 30+ minute interview with a World War II veteran that will be archived at the Library of Congress, and a mini-documentary (3–5 minutes in length) from that interview. Your mini-documentary is your opportunity to tell the world how a specific soldier made their mark on American history.

With the passing of roughly 1,000 World War II veterans per day, the stories and experiences of these American heroes are rapidly being lost and forgotten forever. The iHistory Project is engaging America’s youth in an effort to preserve one of the most important events in American history.

The iHistory Project is proud to announce a video contest that will connect teenagers with WWII veterans, giving students the opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of history. The students will film an interview with a WWII veteran that will be submitted to the Library of Congress, then they will use editing recourse provided on our website to make a mini-documentary which they will submit to the competition on YouTube.

The idea that became the iHistory Project began in 2009 through film maker Jeffrey Worthington’s vision of using media to mobilize youth to discover history from the people that made it. He and his team garnered support from organizations and individuals, developed the iHistory website, and pushed through obstacles in the pursuit of preserving our American history and connecting two distant generations.

The iHistory Project is working to bridge the generation gap and allow teens to engage and learn from a rapidly disappearing generation. The American heroes who served during the war had their lives changed forever by their experiences fighting for freedom.

Their stories must never be forgotten so check out http://ihistoryprojectww2.org/index.php and see how you can get involved! We will be accepting video submissions on our YouTube channel beginning February 7- 28, 2011.  Paperwork, along with your unedited interview, must be sent to the Library of Congress by February 28. Voting will take place March 7-14, 2011. The winning film will be announced April.

Military Mom Talk Radio hosted by Sandra Beck welcomes Jeffrey Worthington, iHistory WW2 Project, January 24th

Jeffrey Worthington, iHistory WW2, documentary filmmaker, WW2 documentary, Interviewing WW2 veterans, WW2 vets, Military Mom Talk Radio, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Robin Boyd, Motherhood IncorporatedSince graduating from Eastern New Mexico University, Producer/Director Jeffrey Worthington has dedicated the last four years to creating media that will help personalize World War II for high school students.   He developed a keen understanding of teenage audiences by writing and directing short productions for a high school drama team.  He and his team performed for youth audiences in New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado.

Being an avid photographer and aspiring filmmaker, he has also written, directed, filmed, and edited a number of short film projects.  One of his short films about medical ethics was shown to the Congressional Ethics Committee in 2005.

His documentary, “For the Love of Freedom,” currently in production, features WWII veterans and civilians from across the United States and Europe.  He is currently coordinating the “iHistory Project: WWII,” a national YouTube competition for high school students (www.iHistoryProjectWW2.org).

The iHistory Project will connect teenagers with WWII veterans, giving students the opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of history. The students will film an interview with a WWII veteran that will be submitted to the Library of Congress, then they will use editing recourse provided on our website to make a mini-documentary which they will submit to the competition on YouTube.

The idea that became the iHistory Project began in 2009 through Worthington’s vision of using media to mobilize youth to discover history from the people that made it. He and his team garnered support from organizations and individuals, developed the iHistory website, and pushed through obstacles in the pursuit of preserving our American history and connecting two distant generations.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on www.toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com .  Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez, and Robin Boyd, and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Military Mom Talk Radio hosted by Sandra Beck welcomes Jeffrey Worthington, iHistory WW2 Project, January 24th

Jeffrey Worthington, iHistory WW2, documentary filmmaker, WW2 documentary, Interviewing WW2 veterans, WW2 vets, Military Mom Talk Radio, Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzales, Robin Boyd, Motherhood IncorporatedSince graduating from Eastern New Mexico University, Producer/Director Jeffrey Worthington has dedicated the last four years to creating media that will help personalize World War II for high school students.   He developed a keen understanding of teenage audiences by writing and directing short productions for a high school drama team.  He and his team performed for youth audiences in New Mexico, Texas, and Colorado.

Being an avid photographer and aspiring filmmaker, he has also written, directed, filmed, and edited a number of short film projects.  One of his short films about medical ethics was shown to the Congressional Ethics Committee in 2005.

His documentary, “For the Love of Freedom,” currently in production, features WWII veterans and civilians from across the United States and Europe.  He is currently coordinating the “iHistory Project: WWII,” a national YouTube competition for high school students (www.iHistoryProjectWW2.org).

The iHistory Project will connect teenagers with WWII veterans, giving students the opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of history. The students will film an interview with a WWII veteran that will be submitted to the Library of Congress, then they will use editing recourse provided on our website to make a mini-documentary which they will submit to the competition on YouTube.

The idea that became the iHistory Project began in 2009 through Worthington’s vision of using media to mobilize youth to discover history from the people that made it. He and his team garnered support from organizations and individuals, developed the iHistory website, and pushed through obstacles in the pursuit of preserving our American history and connecting two distant generations.

Military Mom Talk Radio on airs on Mondays at 2pm pst on www.toginet.com and can be downloaded directly from www.itunes.com .  Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck, Tina Gonzalez, Robin Boyd and powered by Motherhood Incorporated.

Motherhood Talk Radio powered by Motherhood Incorporated and Hosted by Sandra Beck welcomes Alisa Bowman author of Project: Happily Ever After January 25th

Sandra Beck, Motherhood Talk Radio, Mom Talk Radio, Talk Radio for Mothers, Mommy Talk,  Christy Holly, Rick Swanson, Itunes, Motherhood Incorporated, Toginet, Itunes, Alisa Bowman, Project: Happily Ever AfterIn Project: Happily Ever After, Alisa Bowman bravely tells the story of how she went from wishing her husband dead to renewing her wedding vows.  Her four-month project was a last ditch effort to save a marriage that many – her friends, her colleagues and ever her own mother – had written off as hopeless.   Alisa will be discussing her book and share the insight, inspiration and information only any author can bring to her work.Sandra Beck, Motherhood Talk Radio, Mom Talk Radio, Talk Radio for Mothers, Mommy Talk,  Christy Holly, Rick Swanson, Itunes, Motherhood Incorporated, Toginet, Itunes, Alisa Bowman, Project: Happily Ever After

Tune into Alison Bowman on Motherhood Talk Radio on January 25, 2011 at 3pm pst or download this shows from www.itunes.com and www.motherhoodtalkradio.com.

Motherhood Talk Radio is powered by http://www.MotherhoodIncorporated.com, bringing you the most powerful voice in women’s issues today and is hosted by Sandra Beck, Christy Holly and Rick Swanson.  Motherhood Talk Radio airs on www.Toginet.com every Tuesday, 3 pm pacific, 4pm mountain, 5 pm central and 6 pm eastern and can be downloaded from  www.Itunes.com and www.motherhoodtalkradio.com.