Expanding Horizons Podcast Show
About This Show
Expanding Horizons - Building Confidence is a reality show where you can listen to interviews with real people of all ages from all over the world. These people have struggled to overcome obstacles and build their confidence. They have experienced personal empowerment and increased self esteem. If you ever get bored or depressed by school, relationships, or just plain living, you are not alone. If you are at a crossroads in your life, retired, divorced, lost your job or a loved one, you are not alone. Welcome to Expanding Horizons - Building Confidence brought to you by GoalMinds, Inc., hosted by Jo Condrill, a best-selling author, speaker and coach. Here you can find hope, and dream again. Here you will meet people who may have had experiences similar to yours. They have stretched for new horizons in their lives, formed lasting relationships, and changed in positive ways. Please subscribe, listen and rate and review the episodes. We appreciate your participation. Find us on iTunes in the Self-Help section of the Health Category as well as on http://goalminds.com You can call the show at 800-775-9293. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Expanding Horizons Introduces 2013 Ms. Wheelchair America
Let us here from you. Please rate, review, subscribe, comment and share! The competition was stiff, but Texas native Mariah Kilbourne beat 27 other women to wear the crown of 2013 Ms. Wheelchair America. Stories of how she broke down stereotypes and barriers throughout her life had judges crying. Her positive attitude, unstoppable spirit and enchanting smile led her to this top honor. Despite her Cerebral Palsy mobility challenges, she soars in her personal life and professional career. Visit https://goalminds.com. Expanding Horizons is produced by GoalMinds, Inc. Hosted by Stephanie King for Jo Condrill. Contact: 210 787-9073
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Parenting an Autistic Child Successfully
Great positive presentation with references to AutismSpeaks.com , as well as sharing your personal story. As you said, there have been many improvements since the 90's with Individual Educational Programs for students. It does depend on the dedication of the roster teacher as to how well the accommodations and needs are enforced. However, a parent can always take concerns to the school principal and if not addressed, go to the Central Office Director of Special Education or School Board. I loved the references to Napoleon Hill resources, and value of personal affirmations. I am a Speech Language Pathologist with experience with various levels of autism and have also worked in the school system. I encourage all parents to head your advice and attitude to avail themselves of all the resources that are available. Being a proactive parent is the key, as well as early intervention. Use your school'sGuidance Dept, for assistance. Once the child is no longer in the public school system (age 22), contact the Dept. of Rehabilitative Services through your state for resources and vocational possibilities. Services are available to assist all our children to meet their potential. Great presentation that many other parents can benefit from hearing. Thank you for sharing.
Date published: 2016-06-12