Reach Out pubblico
[search 0]
Altro
Scarica l'app!
show episodes
 
Artwork

1
Reach Out and Read

Reach Out and Read

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Ogni mese+
 
From the national organization Reach Out and Read comes a brand new podcast centered around the belief that children’s books build better brains, better family relationships, and happier, healthy children and societies. Join us as host Dr Dipesh Navsaria, a pediatrician with a children’s librarianship degree, dives into a wealth of varied early childhood health and literacy topics with expert guests examining the many facets of supporting the parent-child relationship as key to early success.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Reach Out

Manx Radio

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Ogni mese
 
Adam Hudgeon explores people's stories from across the Isle of Man about their experiences with mental health and how they have dealt with you. Produced by Reach. Independently produced, not a Manx Radio production.
  continue reading
 
Artwork

1
Reach To Speak Out Mental Health Support 🖤

Reach To Speak Out Mental Health Support 🖤

Unsubscribe
Unsubscribe
Ogni mese
 
Providing self help info regarding Mental Health, including my own experiences with BPD, PTSD, Depression as well as my time serving in the prison service and NHS. Inviting guests on to talk about their own personal experiences with Mental Health, along with offering support to people who would benefit from self help techniques and belonging to a safe community where they feel able to seek support and share their own experiences. RTSO originally started on FB as a group and we are growing wi ...
  continue reading
 
Loading …
show series
 
Eat with the funniest person in the office; when you wake up, give yourself a high five; turn off screens one hour before bed, and demand a bedtime story. These are just a few of the secrets to a happier life that our guest, Dr. Hasan Merali, author of "Sleep Well, Take Risks, Squish the Peas: Secrets from the Science of Toddlers for a Happier, Mor…
  continue reading
 
In this special 'double feature' podcast recorded in front of a live audience, the Early Relational Health Funders Summit hear from four speakers with different experiences of building and maintaining a robust Early Relational Health ecosystem. We’re looking at the practices, programs, and policies that need to work independently, and also together…
  continue reading
 
Thirty-five years ago, Reach Out and Read was founded in one clinic in Boston as a route to supporting shared reading with young children at home. Today, we're in all 50 states with 6200 program sites, comprising 8.8 million interactions through 7 million books. Marking that anniversary, and in partnership with Scholastic, we've created 35 for 35, …
  continue reading
 
We know that kids' brains change as they grow, but did you know that their parents' brains change too? Dr. Darby Saxbe, a clinical psychologist, professor and director of clinical training at the Department of Psychology, and the Principal Investigator of the NEST Lab (NeuroEndocrinology of Social Ties Lab) at the University of Southern California …
  continue reading
 
Beloved author Meg Medina, current National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature and the first of Latina heritage in the program’s history, joins us to talk about 'mirrors and windows' in children's books and why what kids hear coming off the page is just as important as what they see.
  continue reading
 
It's the last episode of ROFL for Spring 2024! We're in a bubbly mood now that the sun is out longer and the heat is still pleasant. We talk about our experiences as test-takers and lifelong learners, pivot into the world of nonprofit organizations, and - shocker! - criticize capitalism along the way. See you in September - later days!…
  continue reading
 
"If you love a book, no doubt many other people love it, too. That shared love connects us and sparks that miraculous feeling of not being alone in the world." Jane Mount's illustrations of book spines, covers, beloved bookstores, fanciful libraries, and so much more, bring that world vividly to life and illustrate how, indeed, Books Make Good Frie…
  continue reading
 
Basma and Wes delve into a wide-ranging discussion touching on anime conventions, music festivals, fast food economics, and the complexities of personal relationships. From setting boundaries to confronting toxic behavior, they explore the challenges of growth and communication in navigating friendships and self-improvement. With candid anecdotes a…
  continue reading
 
Kate DiCamillo knows books. By far one of America's most successful children's writers (44 million books in print, translated into 41 languages), Kate joins us to talk about how reading – and reading aloud – has made her into the reader —and writer— she is today. We also learn — improbably — about how even sardine tins can be speakers of truth.…
  continue reading
 
Wes has no chill for bigotry, however slight, and Basma is currently fascinated with serial killers. How much compassion do you show convicted murderers without taking their side? Where do you draw the line when confronted by ignorance? What's a third question I could ask to fulfill the brain-tingling "Rule of 3"? Let's find out...…
  continue reading
 
In this thought-provoking podcast episode, Basma and Wes delve into the complexities of learning, academia, and the societal pressures surrounding education. They explore the importance of continuous learning and specialization, reflecting on their own educational journeys and the impact of grading systems on motivation and mental health. From disc…
  continue reading
 
Reach Out and Read has been working on a remarkable new strategy around a key element of what we do: books! A strong approach is key to supporting our mission and as a sustainable part of how we work. Angela Cunningham, Reach Out and Read's National Director of Books Strategy and Partnerships, joins us to talk about how we approach books, and what …
  continue reading
 
Lullabies can not only help soothe a sleepy baby, they may also help them learn language. Dr. Giovanni Di Liberto of the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience at The University of Dublin, joins us to talk about his new study that challenges conventional understanding of early language acquisition in the infant brain.…
  continue reading
 
Basma ran a marathon, you guys! Well, she walked it actually. And Wes goes to a lot of local punk shows at VFW halls - now in a fresh, pink Big Boy beanie! Shouts-out to any and all bands that come through American Legion Post 8 and/or Eagle Aerie Hall - see you in (and next to) the pit!Di Basma Awada
  continue reading
 
Leo Lionni changed the picture book landscape with beloved titles such as Frederick, Swimmy, and A Color of His Own. But those books are just a small window into his extensive career as a graphic designer, painter, and a master of fine art. Annie Lionni, Leo's granddaughter, and Leonard Marcus, a children's book historian, join us to talk about the…
  continue reading
 
You’ve likely heard of the Caldecott Medal. But how much do you know about Caldecott himself and his revolutionary work? Barbara McClintock and Michelle Markel, illustrator and writer, respectively, of Tomfoolery! Randolph Caldecott and the Rambunctious Coming of Age of Children’s Books, join us to talk about Caldecott’s art as a turning point in t…
  continue reading
 
In the latest episode, hosts Basma and Wes share an unexpected encounter in the recording studio - a surprising visitor who mistook their space for a study area. The hosts explore the comical confusion and ponder the motivations behind this unexpected presence. The conversation takes a reflective turn as they delve into personal growth, discussing …
  continue reading
 
Crosby Kemper, Director of the Institute of Museum and Library Services, joins us to explain the role of the federal government in the support and empowerment of America’s museums, libraries, and related organizations through grantmaking, research, and policy development. His careful stewardship and deep thoughts around how we protect and promote t…
  continue reading
 
Writing for children—especially books that can be emotionally challenging—requires a great deal of insight, honestly, talent, and self reflection; and that's before you even pick up the pencil! Peter Brown, author of The Wild Robot, a beautifully crafted and deeply moving middle grade novel about technology, nature, and family, joins us to talk abo…
  continue reading
 
She’s currently on an expedition at one of the globe’s poles, and I greatly miss her. Will I stay under the heat dome of climate change for true love or follow through with my plans to escape this dusty hellhole? IT’S BEST IF YOU DON’T REACH OUT The unexceptional late thirties male against COVID-19, genital herpes, and $18 an hour employment http:/…
  continue reading
 
A new report from Harvard University and the Burke Foundation reinforces what we have long known at Reach Out and Read: simple, well-delivered initiatives to support early relational health have proven and profoundly beneficial results for children and their families. Dr. Junlei Li, lead author of the report and co-chair of the Human Development an…
  continue reading
 
In 1920, as Black art and writing flourished during the Harlem Renaissance, W.E.B. Du Bois created the first magazine aimed specifically at Black youth. Titled “The Brownies’ Book: A Monthly Magazine for Children of the Sun", the magazine featured celebrated Black creatives of the time. Nearly 100 years later, Dr. Karida Brown and Charly Parker hav…
  continue reading
 
“Why did I let this happen?” I said to myself in a face-palm, the second I saw a full blown bag lady. She was wearing some kind of sheet-like dress, green crocs, and sporting stringy weird-looking hair. Her lumpy face (heavily filtered in the photos I had seen) was in fact missing an eye. IT’S BEST IF YOU DON’T REACH OUT The unexceptional late thir…
  continue reading
 
The American Academy of Pediatrics has long recognized that the world outside the walls of hospitals and clinics has a major impact on the health of children. A new book from the Academy, “Untangling the Thread of Racism”, aims to be a thoughtful, practical, and hands-on resource that addresses many aspects of this important but challenging topic. …
  continue reading
 
In this engaging podcast episode, join the conversation as the hosts, Basma and Wesley and guest Mana, delve into the realms of motivation, self-discovery, and the significance of community support. From discussing personal struggles to the power of mentorship, the hosts share anecdotes and insights that resonate with listeners. Whether it's the im…
  continue reading
 
The funny thing about taking tighty whities into battle, the couple of times I’ve tried, is that women don’t quite know how to unwrap the goods. White briefs are almost a chastity belt more so than their colored compatriots. IT’S BEST IF YOU DON’T REACH OUT The unexceptional late thirties male against COVID-19, genital herpes, and $18 an hour emplo…
  continue reading
 
We're thankful to every person who reads aloud to a child. To mark this holiday devoted to giving thanks, we're bringing back an episode we recorded during the pandemic. We asked three children’s authors — Traci Sorell, Ann Clare LeZotte, and Dr Sayantani DasGupta — to read aloud their own stories of gratitude, and we're grateful to share those sto…
  continue reading
 
Reach Out and Read has commissioned and published its first children's book, Talk Baby Talk! In an effort to increase access to books that are representative of families from all races, cultures, and socioeconomic backgrounds, this book is reflective of Reach Out and Read’s mission, which focuses on the parent/caregiver-child relationship through d…
  continue reading
 
In this lively podcast episode, the hosts share a rollercoaster of experiences ranging from getting their cars towed after a Renaissance Fair to the emotional aftermath. Amidst the chaos, they explore the importance of self-awareness and emotional regulation, touching on the H.A.L.T. method—Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired. The hosts share personal str…
  continue reading
 
Reach Out and Read, in partnership with Columbia University, the Center for the Study of Social Policy, and the Institute for Child Success, is proudly embarking on the first national longitudinal study of early relational health. Tyson Barker, Chief Science & Innovation Officer at ICS joins us to talk about how the study will incorporate end-user …
  continue reading
 
Children’s books should not only offer “windows and mirrors” into other cultures, races, and religions, but into a range of feelings and emotions. Craig Fehrman, author of a recent essay in The New York Times titled “Reading Sad Books Is Good for Your Kids”, joins us to talk about the importance of creating, sharing, and discussing children’s books…
  continue reading
 
Join the hosts as they delve into a conversation about the intricacies of navigating life's challenges. From discussing the changing landscape of minimum wage to exploring the importance of setting boundaries and recognizing one's mental health needs, the hosts share personal experiences and insights. The conversation covers the significance of say…
  continue reading
 
Join us in this insightful podcast episode as we delve into the multifaceted world of management. Our hosts explore topics ranging from the challenges of balancing consistency and sustainability to the intricacies of dealing with a diverse team. Guests share personal experiences, emphasizing the importance of self-awareness and adaptability for eff…
  continue reading
 
Moving to a new country is a challenge for everyone, but especially so for children. New immigrants often face pressure to assimilate quickly — to ‘dress like us’ and talk ‘like us’ — and stop speaking the languages that ‘don’t make sense’ to our ears. Young Vo, author of the new children’s picture book “Gibberish”, joins us to discuss these common…
  continue reading
 
In this insightful podcast episode, the hosts delve into the intricacies of motivation, workplace dynamics, and the challenges of being authentic while navigating corporate culture. Guests Jordan and AC share their experiences, discussing the impact of leadership on organizational culture, the pitfalls of favoritism among managers, and the dehumani…
  continue reading
 
In this thought-provoking podcast episode, hosts delve into a wide-ranging discussion, starting with the concept of life as a game influenced by childhood experiences with video games. From the challenges of multitasking to the desire for a break from adulting, the hosts share personal insights and anecdotes. The conversation shifts to the complexi…
  continue reading
 
Loading …

Guida rapida