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"caroline gloria" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:52 min | 6 months ago

"caroline gloria" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Hymns that directly improve the health, education and well being of Children in our community. The Ronald McDonald House is the cornerstone program of our MHC and provides temporary housing for families who traveled to Las Vegas to receive critical medical treatment for their Children and her on the phone right now with marketing coordinator for the Ronald McDonald house. That would be Caroline Kresser. Hi, Caroline. Gloria. I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having me on today very much. My pleasure. Now I know you've got something coming up in the bed, a weak little less than two weeks that you want our listeners to know about. But before we do that, Let's do the rundown of what Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Las Vegas does here in our community, our main program as you had kind of mentioned in the intro. We have the Ronald McDonald house, which is what we're most well known for. Essentially what our house does is. We provide housing and meals, transportation to and from the hospital For families who have Children who are in town receiving medical treatment. This could be anything from Live in a rural area and they don't have, you know, intensive care for their child's treatment. Or maybe they were in town visiting when something happened, and they ended up at the hospital. So essentially, if you're coming from out of town. Obviously, medical costs are already extremely high, and so to have to pay for a nightly hotel for up to several weeks up to a month up to a couple months. It's extremely expensive. So one thing we can do is provide that housing to kind of alleviate some of the stress of where people gonna be sleeping while they're here trying to take care of their Children, and Caroline know what child who's in the hospital undergoing treatment, either short or long term taking care of the child is a no brainer. Why was it obvious that this needed to be done that that the families of the sick Children needed to be taken care of? Can you tell me a little bit exposition about that happened kind of the back story of the Ronald McDonald House Charities overall started In Pennsylvania. There was actually a doctor who started noticing that he had some, you know, kids that he was treating, and the families of those kids were sleeping in their cars in the hospital parking lot because they didn't have anywhere to go. And so he was like we have to. We have to figure out a better solution. And so he threw some partnerships that he had got local owner operator of a McDonald's there to get involved, and that's how they became, You know, to be our largest corporate sponsor. And so they opened the first Ronald McDonald house for that reason, mainly because there was there was just a need for the folks in the hospital saw a need for this service. And you know, when a kid is in the hospital, there is nothing more important than for his parents or his siblings to be right there by his side. Can't you can imagine that as a kid. It's already super scary. To be in a hospital setting like that, and you know if it's the parents, for whatever reason, because I can't afford it, or, you know, take the time off. Work cannot be able to be there. By that child side. It's going to take that child a lot longer to recover, and there have been studies that have proven that it seems pretty obvious, but they've even done studies and it's proven that that helps keeping your family members close to you while you're in the hospital really does help you recover and so That's just kind of our core mission. We want to be able to keep those families close. You know, to their sick Children in the hospital Well, and I love it that the doctor was paying attention. I've so to speak it to notice that this need was so great. How long ago did that happen? That was geez, I believe in this 70. Don't quote me on that. But it's been a few decades, I think is the seventies as well. So you guys have been going strong since then. And what kind of resource is do you provide for these families? So we provide? I mean, a little bit of everything. Obviously, If you've ever been to her house, we operate similarly to a hotel where they have Jewel rooms with the bathroom and beds and, you know, TV and all the things that you'd find in a normal hotel room. Then we also have common spaces, which right now are under some restrictions. Do you know to Cove it and trying to keep our families and our staff safe, But we have a lobby area with some couches. Kind of the meeting places. You know, our living room is essentially also our lobby. Which just shows you how homey are building really is. We have a kitchen, which normally the families are able to use. We have dinner groups who come in and prepare dinner for the family. So we do have a nightly dinner service that we prepare for them. Because obviously you can imagine if you're At the hospital all day long. The last thing on your mind is, you know what am I gonna make for dinner? And then we also have Ah, playroom that you know a lot of times, there's other siblings with the family and so the you know, while the child getting the care is in the hospital, the siblings air here, staying at the house with us and with the with the parents, and so we've got a playroom for them. We also have a laundry room on site. So that way they don't have to go off site to a laundromat or anything like that. They have access Todt longer whatever they need here on site, and then we also offer transportation to and from the hospital. We have shuttle drivers who we? You know, it's just like your normal passenger van. We take those families and you know if they need additional assistance to go somewhere we do also Provide cab rides at no charge, depending on the situation. So we really try to take care of everything that we can think of. That could help them be able to spend our time really focusing on their child versus having to deal with all these other little life things. And where are you located? Are you close to a hospital? Yeah, we're located Officer Hera indicator. The U. N C is actually the closest hospital to a sunrise, though, is the hospital where we have the most. Families who are who are staying and so, but it's not a you know, it's maybe 15 20 minute ride at tops, eh? So it's not a bad right over there. Sure, And when Wild Sunrise because of the Children's hospital is probably why you have most of your clients never lack of a better word. Do you service all the hospitals? We Dios? I mean, we have partnerships like I said, with you and see Sunrise, you know, even also Summerlin hospital, But a lot of it's not so much a partnership as it is, you know, wherever the families are We? We help them. So we I mean, basically, everyone in town who is a social service worker at a hospital should be aware of the run on the Donald House. And so we really rely on the social workers in the hospitals to help us identify those families as they see, you know, like, okay, we see that they're from out of town. You know, we'll ask them. Do you have family in town that you're staying with? You know a lot of times the answer is yes. And so that's great. You know, Having them with family is probably the best, you know. So we kind of rely on the social workers to help us identify the families that need help. Because not every family has heard of. You know, the Ronald McDonald house. So if if you know and or are thinking about that, when their child is, you know, just being admitted to, you know, the ICU or something like that. They're not really thinking about Where am I going to stay or, you know, they're just like I'm sitting at my child's bedside. No matter how long it takes, and so the social worker's kind of help us make those connections with the families to say, you know, you don't need to be here the whole time. Why don't we take you over to the Ronald McDonald house and then you can sleep there and you'll be much better to help your child tomorrow..

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"caroline gloria" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

Scene Of the Crime

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"caroline gloria" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime

"I'm Caroline Gloria with Kim Shepard and this is the scene of the crime. That is a parent's worst nightmare. You think when you have your children tucked in at home cozy in their beds. At night. You lock the front door that you can go to sleep that you can turn off that little voice in in a mom's head. That is constantly worried about what could be going wrong with her children like. My kids tucked in the house is locked up for the night. The whole world has kind of gone to sleep and rest I think that's maybe the only time that I am not worried about my children with sleeping and now I've given you something to worry about right. But, I was looking up information on the likelihood of missing children being murdered, which is surprisingly unusual in like ninety nine percent of the cases when children missing, they're not killed their found. Let versus good very good, which is really good, but to the Attorney General of Washington state who conducted a study in one, thousand, nine, hundred seventy, said in seventy four percent of cases where the abducted children were killed, it happened within three hours of. Of the abduction, so is this the scenario where you hear it? We've done these stories and it's like well. We can't do a missing child report until it's been a certain amount of time. Because Ninety nine percent of the time they come back well, and that used to be the case. Those rules have really been changing in recent years. I mean think about the amber alert that you now have in place. It doesn't have to be. Be a twenty four hour situation. I think they might still have those rules for adults, but when it comes to children, the general's report, their conclusion of it was the importance of parents calling police immediately. They said the biggest problem they had was that. In most of these child abduction cases, parents would wait at least two hours before calling the police because they would think. Oh, baby, Janis, over at a friend's house, or maybe they just. Just snuck out there down the street we'll find them, and so they do a little bit of looking around I before calling authorities, and so the takeaway from this report was you call us within an hour or so much more likely to find your child, and have it be a good outcome? Well, in this case, I know that Bev she basically left the house went and spoke to. The neighbors came back in they immediately. Immediately called the police, and but that's the thing. She left the House and talk to the neighbors. I yeah not to put any blame it on whatever, but like. If there's one thing that maybe could have been done differently, it would be call the police immediately well, and I think that in this case what I didn't include that in the scene center is that they had seen a peeping Tom in the neighborhood as they were getting. Getting Information and so it's sad to say if this was Ted Bundy knowing what his Mo now is. She didn't stand a chance. Yeah, so hindsight is twenty twenty things in this case that yeah I mean. Maybe things could have been done differently, but when it comes right down to it, there's not a thing that anybody could have done. Yeah so first. Let's go back in time to start at the beginning to tell this story. Story though I had a lot of help, my sources include the documentary conversations with a killer. The Ted Bundy tapes Cairo. Seven TV ABC News, the Seattle Times and Wikipedia, so we're going way back to November twenty, four, th and nineteen forty six Theodore Robert Cowl was born to Louise and a home for unwed mothers in Vermont now Louise was twenty two, and after giving birth, she goes back home to live with their parents in Philadelphia. Philadelphia and Theodore or Ted he's raised to believe that his grandparents are his parents and that Louise is his older sister, so louise flees her parents home when he was three years old life was tough in their home, but allegedly what prompted Louise to pack up and move to Tacoma Washington was a situation where Louise's sister woke up to find her bed covered in kitchen knives with three-year-old Ted smiling at the foot of her bed. Yes three years old so crazy. Yeah, and I guess the which I'm GonNa get into in a minute, but the the grandfather. Who they were you know, he was raising Ted as his son and the grandmother was the mother, and then he thought that his real mother was actually his okay, so he was this horrible guy. Terrible grandfather, yeah, who ted later said that he identified, but that's such a zero to three I mean people could say oh well. It wasn't that long, but those are the the formative formative years yet and I was looking up I was curious about this because I know that there was a lot of rage and trauma that was happening in the family, and so I was curious about what affects childhood trauma could actually have on the development of the brain and I found this study from Dr Michael Develops. Who is with? With Duke University, and what he says, basically that those who experience a lot of childhood trauma are particularly prone to having chronic issues later in life including PTSD depression, anxiety, antisocial behavior, greater risk for alcohol and substance abuse, and the reasons for this are the changes in the brain structure that happens when you're in stressful situations, traumatic situations, your biology releases Cortisol and other hormones into your system that can not only impact your behavior in the moment, but when it's a brain that still in the process of forming can actually. How that brain forms, and make you more susceptible to having flights of anger, flights of anxiety, antisocial behaviors well and at three with the knives around the bed. Like clearly clearly, we've got issues here. So the so his mom who still believes as his sister they fleet Tacoma. Cousins for a while, so they have family, and that's what basically led them to. So it was just a really chaotic home life, but then a bright spot in early nineteen, fifty one Bundy's mom Louise Mary's a man named Johnny Bundy and Theodore is given his new stepfather's last name. Johnny is described as everything Louise's father is not caring, sweet and loving Bundy later thinks of him as an uneducated poor. You know he doesn't make a lot of money, and he's like really dismissive, even though the husband is like totally awesome and treats the. The family really well and takes them camping. You know Bundy kind of never really they have four other children together and Bundy always kinda keeps himself on the outside of it well, and that's the other thing that early childhood trauma effects is the child's ability in later, the adults ability to form connections in bonds with other people that is stunted in the brain win. You have so much early childhood trauma, so I'm not surprised that he had a hard time feeling any kind of attachment a stepfather, but I think though that we get this. This impression at least I do where it's like. We had the trauma at three up to three where it was super chaotic. The grandfather, which will get into in a minute was just completely psycho, but then he has this loving you know by all accounts, loving family, and so it gets back to that whole nature versus nurture, and you're. You're kind of like, I? You can't erase the trauma that's been done by having a nurturing family. I mean that three years of trauma changed. His biology changed his brain in a way. That can't be. Be Undone by okay well now you're around Nice people, so just stop being this PTSD, person like It just doesn't work that. Let me think about people who go to war and come home, and now you're in a loving family environment. Why can't you just move on and put that behind you? Because it's not that simple? Yeah, when it comes to the brain there still so much. We don't know, but that's what I think. That's what you and I love trying to figure out so in nineteen sixty five, though bundy graduates from. Wilson High School in Tacoma and then in the fall of nineteen, sixty five. He enrolls at the University of puget sound that same school where an Marie..

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"caroline gloria" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"caroline gloria" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

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