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RESILIENCE RESEARCH CENTER BREAKS GROUND

Guests: Kate Stalker, Project Manager Cora White, Neighborhood Advocate The Center for Resilient Cities, a Madison and Milwaukee-based nonprofit whose mission is to help urban citizens and governments create healthy, economically attractive, sustainable environments, just broke ground on one of their largest projects. The Resilience Research Center will turn a four-acre site on Madison’s South… Read more »

I LOVE YOU…WHO ARE YOU?

Guest: Patti Kerr, writer, caregiver and author After a professional career as a writer, Patti Kerr’s life took an unexpected turn when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. She spent the next six years helping her father care for her mother. Realizing the unique challenges of caregiving, Patti put on her writer’s hat soon after… Read more »

THE 2011 AMERICAN RED CROSS REAL HEROES

Guests: Molly Kelly, Special Events Manager – American Red Cross, Badger Chapter Caden Collins – Youth Good Samaritan Judy Braham – From the Heart Hero Each year, the Badger Chapter of the American Red Cross honors several people and a corporation for their individual acts of demonstrating that – YES, one person CAN make a… Read more »

THE POSITIVE TRUTH ABOUT PLANNED PARENTHOOD

Guests: Meg Robertson, Nurse Practitioner and lead clinician Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin Tanya Atkinson, Executive Director Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin For almost a century in the U.S. and 75 years in Wisconsin, Planned Parenthood has been the leading sexual and reproductive health care provider and advocate. One in five women in the U.S. has… Read more »

PARKINSON DISEASE: BUILDING AWARENESS, TAKING ACTION

Guests: Paul Nausieda, M.D., neurologist, Regional Parkinson Disease Center, Aurora Sinai Medical Center, Milwaukee Jay Blankenship, M.S.W., Executive Director, Wisconsin Parkinson Association Thomas Fritsch, Ph.D., Director, Parkinson Research Institute Parkinson Disease is a progressive neurological disorder that affects a part of the brain responsible for controlling and coordinating movement. There is no known cause. The… Read more »