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URGENT CARE LAUNCHES SAME DAY PHYSICAL THERAPY AND PROMOTES PREVENTION

Guests: Diane Harlowe, MS, OYT, FAOTA, Manager, Physical & Occupational Therapy Department Dan Russo, MPT, Physical Therapist Group Health Cooperative-South Central WisconsinAre you one of the 20% of people who suffer jaw, neck, shoulder, back, hip, knee, ankle or foot pain – severe enough to seek medical attention? If you are, you know how painful… Read more »

CAREER STRATEGIES IN A CHANGING WORK WORLD

Guest: Donna Beestman, Career Strategist, Executive Career Coach Founder, Career Success Strategies, LLCIf you’re making a career transition, if you’ve been downsized or restructured out of a job, if you are approaching retirement age but have no plans to retire completely, or if you are happily employed and want to grow in value to your… Read more »

RENOWNED CHEF MONIQUE HOOKER INSPIRES KIDS TO EAT THEIR VEGGIES

Guest: Chef Monique Jamet Hooker – food enthusiast Yes, there is a movement underway to improve the quality of meals children receive at school – just one of the efforts to combat childhood obesity. On this program, Chef Monique Hooker describes the next phase in her illustrious culinary career – partnering with school districts in… Read more »

EYES ON THE BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED

Guests: Karen Perzentka, businesswoman, community leader Jean Kalscheur, Vision Rehabilitation Teacher Marshall Flax, Director of Rehabilitation Services Wisconsin Council of the Blind and Visually ImpairedBeing blind or visually impaired does not diminish the opportunity to have a full life. Blind from birth, Karen Perzentka gives us a glimpse into how she has embraced her world…. Read more »

THE WISCONSIN VOTER PHOTO ID CHALLENGE

Guests: Melanie Ramey, State President Andrea Kaminski, Executive Director League of Women Voters of WisconsinWisconsin’s Voter Photo ID was signed into law on May 25 2011 by Governor Walker, and beginning with the Spring Primary in February 2012, a Photo ID will now be required at the polls. As the 2012 elections loom in front… Read more »