17 Burst results for "Eisenhower Center"

"eisenhower center" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

05:13 min | 5 d ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"Police officers aren't a great group of guys, but to me it was kind of ridiculous. And I said, well, I'm in this business venture. Unbelievable. That's a typical example of the United States trying to impose its values and standards on the rest of the world. As much as I agree with the domestic violence training, I think that's a good thing, but we expect the world to come up to our standards. We don't accept the guarantee you in many of those countries like Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, places like that, domestic violence is not high on their list of things to solve. And it's a sad fact, but that's the culture. I think we could look at what the Taliban is doing right now in Afghanistan. Can girls go to school? Can they hold jobs? No. Oh, okay, gee, that's great, great possibilities for women over there. Anyway, that was a digression. You are allowed to drink on that one. So that is the 5th one I believe. Okay, well, guys, look, I got to tell you, man, this was, I love it because I didn't realize you were from junction city, so I mean, we could talk about all the stuff. Hey, I got to ask you one question. Do you ever go to slime and go eat at the cozy burger? No, I never, I never got the cozy burger. There's a chicken place in Abilene. Lena's chicken house I used to eat that a lot. Yes. And I know where that was at. And do you remember the brookville hotel? Oh yeah, yeah. Yeah, side of a famous murder too. They actually moved the brookville hotel to Abilene. They actually picked the whole thing up and moved it over to heavenly. No, Lena's chicken house, they got the Eisenhower center down there, guys. Abilene, we're part of the Chamber of Commerce, the tourism committee for Abilene Kansas and north central Kansas y'all come visit. And for our listeners, remember when we were talking about an LSD case and now we're talking about restaurants in Kansas. Sorry, I had to be a smart ass. Well, hey guy, I got to tell you, this was great, man. This was fun. People can't see this me saluting, you say, first of all, thank you for your service to the country from everything from the FBI to Dallas to the CIA to DEA, putting those books out there. And I seriously, you got to get the book. So the first one is operation trip to Oz, second one is 21 deadly mistakes. We will put those up on our website so people can go to our book list. They'll see that. Great stuff. And like I said, this is me saluting you. Thank you for your service there. Officer, secret agent. Soldier.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"1969. We want to welcome into our program today. We've got a really special one. We're gonna be talking with the producers and directors of two documentaries that really are important to all of you out there, especially our veteran listening audience. And so we're going to get to those pretty quickly. Number one is it's the first one is going to be what a wounded Heroes documentary and this is all about alternative treatments for post traumatic stress. You really got to pay attention to this one, because there's all kinds of treatments out there that are not drug involved at all, which is really important to all of our people out there that are being treated for post traumatic stress, and the second one is kind of an ongoing story. It's called the People versus Agent Orange and the People versus Agent Orange talks about as We are all familiar with the problems of herbicides and then in Vietnam and the agent orange there, But it's been going on for decades now. And so these people are put together a documentary talking about the history of Agent orange and where it is still being sprayed. Even today as we talk, so we're going to get into that almost immediately. But first, I gotta remember to thank our sponsors. Because without them, we wouldn't be on the air at all. So first of all, I wanna make sure that this part of the program It is weird to you by legal help for veterans. They specialize in veteran's disability claims so called legal help for veterans at 806 934800 and the National Veterans Business Development Council, better known as M V. B. D. C. They are the nation's leading third party authority for certification of veteran Don't businesses, form or information. You can go to their website and the B d c dot or g'kar. And the Eisenhower Center, which is kind of appropriate because that they're after impact program goes beyond awareness campaigns and state of the art imaging to help veterans, first responders and athletes with their treatment of post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries. For more information for them, you can go to Eisenhower dot com. As I mentioned form or information, So we're going to go right into our first interview, and this is with Michael Geir. Michael is the producer director writer. Everything pretty much of the wounded Heroes documentary, and here it is right now. But back here on Veterans radio today, and I'm really excited for our guests is Michael Dyer and Michael is the director of a brand new documentary just came out last week or wounded Heroes documentary, and it's about alternative treatments or posttraumatic stress. There's no here on Veterans radio. From the last 17 years. We have been talking about post traumatic stress. We have dropped the d years ago because we feel that it's not a disorder. It's It's something that just happens to people. That are coming under stress on a fairly regular basis. And this new documentary, which I had the privilege of watching last week before it was dropped just opened up so many windows for me, So let's get I want to get right into this interview. Now it was so introducing you to Michael Dyer. Michael. Welcome to Veterans Radio. Glad to be here. Thank you. Thank you again very much. The idea of this film. Where did this whole idea come from? Well, I was working on a different film project. It was going to be a film called Wounded Heroes for theatrical release, hiring actors and everything else. And it had a story line of posttraumatic stress. And so I was interviewing veterans and military brass and I came across a guy in San Diego named Carl. He was battling, pushed about express. He was a medic, and he was on 16 different prescription medications down from 18. That was just shocking to me how somebody could be on that many prescriptions and the worst part was, he said. It wasn't really helping. It was just a band aid and it was just pushing the symptoms down and helping a little bit in that sense, but it wasn't solving the actual problem. Posttraumatic stress. So that set me on the journey of trying to find real treatments in programs that would do more than just push some symptoms down that it would actually give them their lives back and help get them off the drugs. And that's what the documentaries about did you serve in the military yourself? I did not my father did. He was a Marine and I never served. But of course, I've always appreciated respected our military and, of course, our first responders who also serve us, and they're also considers you know the heroes in the film that could benefit from posttraumatic stress and all the treatments and programs that we feature in the film regarding that, but No, I never served myself. Well, that's not. That's not the issue here here. I was just kind of curious about that. Because your heads you seem to have such a compassion and empathy for the veterans that you talk to. Throughout this documentary, and that's why I asked that particular question. The whole idea of post traumatic stress is not military veteran Don't own that. All right, everybody. Everybody at some point in their life goes to some really traumatic, stressful situation, and some people can deal with it. And some people have a little bit more difficulty lately. Yeah. And you know what's funny, e guess ignorant And in my case when I started this project, I thought it was just military that dealt with posttraumatic stress. I didn't realize that any of us can get pushed about express and many People do guess difficulty or Car accident, you know, could be very dramatic. There's just a lot of different things that can happen that could bring post about express about in a person's life..

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"So if you do have one for us, give us a call here at 73482 to 1600. That's 73482 to 1600. We're going to be talking with the head of the an arbor via. We're going to be talking with representatives from legal help for veterans from the Met Washington County Veteran service office and just anything that you can think of. Let us know what your question might be before we get into our interview with Are the head of the anti Brava. I want to make sure that we think are faithful sponsors. And that includes, of course, legal help for veterans. The National Veterans Business Development Council, better known as N V b. D. C. The Eisenhower Center here in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Vet this central out of Flint, Michigan, specializing in helping veterans get their business is going And V F W posts for 23, the American Legion Post number 46, The Vietnam Veterans Post, 3 10, the Charles as Kettles post here in Ann Arbor. Thank you all for your support. And our newest advertiser on veterans Radio is the Ann Arbor via so we want to thank all of them for their sponsorship. We couldn't do it without them, and we're very grateful for their support. If you'd like to support us, you could always go to veterans radio dot net and click on the Buddy Money logo and help us out cost us all just a little bit of money to keep the program going. But since we've turned ourselves into a nonprofit that which is veterans Radio America is a five a one c three. Any donations that we receive now may be tax deductible. Please check with your financial advisor on that one. So we're going to get right into the program right now. And I opening guest. Is the head of the an Opera Veterans of Affairs Hospital system. And that is Dr Jenny, Jenny Chrisman and Dr Chrisman. Welcome to veterans Radio. Well, thank you, Dale. I really appreciate this opportunity. Come on and talk a little bit about what we're doing here at the Via an Arbor health care system, And I just wanna reach out right now. Like you know that you actually referenced earlier. We're now named the Kettle's lieutenant Colonel kettles. A medical center. Yeah, this hospital system has been named after, um Lieutenant Carl kettles, and we're very excited about that opportunity. It's the first time in our health care system that we've been named after somebody was such a laudable, um Opportunities it brought forward from him. So you know, we're just looking forward to that. I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you. Thank you very much. Colonel Kettles is one of our favorite guests and one of my favorite people I've ever known in my life and you know, he's he's Ah role model for so many of us in the local veteran's community, so Kudos to everybody that made this all possible. And thanks. I can't wait to see the sign when I go up there and a couple of weeks. I'm looking forward to it. You were also looking to look at our captain Ba and see if we could name that after somebody to from that area, Um, that could actually just represent. You know what we serve and who we create our services for to meet their needs. So we're looking for that opportunity, right? Well, uh, we asked you to come on the program to tell us what's going on at the end of Brava and advocates all across the country, but more specifically, is for our our local one. So what? Going on. Probably. Especially the thing on most people's minds are other vaccines. Yes. So let me just start out that as is this Saturday, we've actually back to Nate over 11,000. Individuals, 2000 of him but our own health care employees. That's just an opportunity to make a safer place for people to come and practice but also for our veterans to come in, but almost 9000 veterans, and my goal is by the end of them, probably next week or so, if I had my way, um, is to have 1500 veterans on a daily basis, receiving vaccinations from us. 750 1507, 150, New and 752nd. Because in my world, it is only safe for everybody to in our ability to provide care and move forward. It is folks are vaccinated, so I need to have my employees that state and you have my veterans and vaccinated so I'm really working. I have pushed my team, um probably to their limits, but they're up to the charge. They're moving forward and we're working. We had actually almost 900 vaccinations on Friday. And we're just really looking to meet the needs of our veterans and our employees to create a safe environment because all of us want to get to some type of new normal that's agreeable. And safe and so we're really pushing forward with that product. We have visor product at the health care system here, and we've been able to redistribute it out of Flint in Jackson Madonna product out of Toledo. But since you're such a limited supply of the during a product we've been actually supplementing them with visor product. So we're just, um Charging forward. We appreciate all of our veterans that are willing to come in. Anybody is 65 older and actually, we're moving down to 55 older and some of our areas they're willing to come in. We're willing to vaccinate them. Gonna ask you for 1st and 2nd appointment because it's very important that you just have the one appointment, But to have both appointment is both appointment in both vaccinations. They're going to make a difference. How we move forward. So I'm going to tell you about 11,000 veterans to this date or veterans and employees, the stepped up to the charge and they're willing to go forward. Okay. And I and for those who lives in the and harbor area, I do have a phone number that you can call if you haven't been contacted yet, And that is for the together. It is 7342227100. 7342227100. Dr Christmas I wanted to ask you about who qualifies to get these shots at the Via. Yes. Oh, currently has to be role enrolled in our health care system. But we're actually looking towards the first mission and all you know if 1/4 mission means to us, But 1/4 mission means we're pulling broader than what are Our abilities are right now similar to win and spring we actually went out and help the community partners and took in patients from the community..

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I'm like, just get to our guests right away And let me tell you what we got coming up today. We're gonna be talking with Doug Odom and that I'm sorry. Doug Slocombe, better known as OD will find out about the Odeon a moment. Um he's gonna be talking about his experiences in the first Gulf War and exactly what the Air Force's was up to then and I'm going to try and get him to talk a little bit about where the Air Force is going today. And the second half of the program. We're going to be playing in a new interview that we did with Keith King from Detroit. Keith is the executive director of the National Veterans Business Development Council. And he's going to be talking about their, um Hmm. Work that they're going to be doing with Amazon and also some of the changes that are going to be going on with veterans businesses regarding the small business Association and certification. So I want to make sure that you stick around for both of these great stories. I'm really excited to talk with both of these gentlemen. But before we get into that, I wanna make sure that we make Make, uh mention are Faithful sponsors, and that is going to be legal help for veterans. That's I mentioned before the National Veterans Business Development Council, better known as and B B. D. C. The Eisenhower Center here in Ann Arbor, Michigan. And a swell as fed his central up in Flint, and I want to thank our Earth. Three local veterans service organizations that would be the Vietnam Veterans of America. Post, 3 10, Charles as kettles, Post American Legion Post 46 The Veterans of Foreign Wars post for 23 Olive Ann Arbor. You can learn more about these organizations in the services that they provide by going to our website That's veterans radio dot net slash our sponsors. You could also follow Veterans Radio on Facebook, Twitter linked in and I don't know whether other platforms there are out there, but it looks like we're trying to get ourselves involved with his many social media outlets as we can. Please check out our website. We've got 17 years worth of archive programs on there for you to listen to So we're going to take a real quick break right now. Now we're gonna be coming back with retired Air Force. Brigadier General Doug OD Slocum You're listening to veterans radio. Military veterans touched everyone's life. I'm guessing right now you're thinking of a veteran, a close friend relative. Maybe it's you even the.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Berry C W to type United States Army 1969 helicopter pilot Vietnam When 95th assault helicopter company mentioned that today because we're gonna be talking with Aviator Wars, um I'm really excited about today's program. Uh, I wanted to make sure everybody is aware of what we're going to be doing The on December 7th of this year. Unfortunately, we lost a world famous aviator on that was Chuck Yeager demand faster than the speed of sound on the first one to go faster than the speed of sound. And so we're gonna pay homage to him today. Not only was an interview that we did Oh, 12 years ago. Now my partner can row G did an interview with Chuck Yeager. You're talking about the P 51 fighter airplane that was used mostly during World War two. And so we're gonna play that in just a moment. And then after that we're going to have on another p 51 highlight probably one of the best. B 51 pilots in the world, according to Chuck Yeager, and that is, but Anderson and so we've got the interview with Chuck runs about close to 20 minutes, But before we get into that right now, I want to make sure that we want to thank all of our Wonderful sponsors. Without you. We would never be able to be here not only on this station, but the station that you may be listening to us on today. I want to thank legal help for veterans. The National Veterans Business Development Council, better known as N B B. D. C. The Eisenhower Center here in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Vez vet his central And, of course, our local veterans service organizations. We've got the American Legion Post 46 Veterans of Foreign Wars Post for 23, the Vietnam Veterans of America, Charles as kettles, Close number 3 10. On. I mentioned Charles as kettles because of there's breaking news coming out that The Harbor Veterans Administration Hospital is going to be renamed the Charles as Kettles Veterans Administration Hospital very shortly, and so we're very proud of that, and we're very proud that we had the privilege of knowing Chuck. For those of you. They're not familiar. Chuck received his Medal of honor. For action in Vietnam in 19 sixties seven, I think was 66 67 now, um, where he went back into a Chelsea. More than once and eventually saved the lives of 41 people. Um, this was a look and I find him on our website to learn more about all of our sponsors and organizations that are helping us out here. You can go to our website That's veterans radio dot net slash sponsors. Also, if you want to know more about Chuck Yeager or Charlie Kettles. You can go to our website and into the search for thing up there in the corner. You just type in the name and it'll bring up any programs that they were on. During the 17 years. We've been on veterans radio. Wow. 17 years is a long time. I want to get right into the interview with Chuck Yeager right now, as I mentioned this was done in July of 2000 and seven my partner, Ken Roby did the interview and so, Darrell Derek, whenever you're ready, Here you go. That we're back on Veterans Radio.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"With Tom Spooner and Tom is the founder of an organization called Where Did it Go Here? It's right here. Yes, founder of Warriors Heart And this is ah Ah facility that is available to helping veterans and first responders to are dealing with addiction, posttraumatic stress suicide and any other problems that they may be having with their transition into civilian life. It's really, really excited to talk with Tom in just a moment. And so I want to make sure that you all stay tuned for that story. It's ah, It's a really cool organization, and I think you need to know more about it. I think you'll find it very interesting. I want to make sure that we've thank our sponsors today. Without them. We couldn't do this program every week. For the last 17 years. A number one. On the top of the list is legal help for veterans legal help for veteran specializes in veteran disability claims. For more information, go to their Web site as legal help for veterans dot com or give them a call. At 806 934800. I also want to thank the National Veterans Business Development Council or the N V. B D. C N B b. D. C's main purpose is to certify that a veteran don't businesses. Actually, that veteran don't business and this is very important for veteran Don't companies that are trying to do business with the government or veteran of friendly corporations. For more information, you can give them a call. That's 8882378434 where you can go to their website and b b d c dot org's. We're also gonna have the founder of the National Veteran Business Development Council on our programme later on today. So stick around for Keith King. He'll be on in the I guess you'd call it the third quarter of of our program. The Eisenhower Center here in Ann Arbor. Michigan, is an in patient treatment center for veterans first responders, and they have a special program out there that they have entitled. It is after the impact, and it's a provides rehabilitation for veterans as I said, first responders and professional athletes through an intensive 30 to 90 day..

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Extension 301 there, hirings. Looking for a job. Might be a good place to go. And, of course, we want to thank our local veterans service organizations here in the an Arbour, Michigan area. That's American Legion. Post number 46 v F W Post for 23, the Charles as kettles, Vietnam Veterans of America. Post number 3 10, all of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Oh, boy things they're going quickly today. I'ma collided. I've got Ah New guest. Got a new guest. But guess to promo Annu her program out there. And that's Melissa Angle, and Melissa is the president and founder of their Apia. I've got that pronounced right counseling dot com and Melissa Welcome back to Veterans Radio. Ideal. Thanks for having me back. I appreciate it. Thank you. And I'm really excited for you. I see that. You know that your private practice is up and running. Yeah, Things are going really well. It's a hard time for a lot of folks come with me and others. They're just very busy. I can on ly imagine I can only imagine. Well, the reason that I asked you to come on Melissa is that you have been running a successful program called Tribe talks for a couple of years now, and you've been doing it out. Um At Camp Liberty out in Manchester, Michigan, and unfortunately everything has gone online and you've been haven't been able to hold those recently. What you're going to try it now online and tell me all about that. Yeah, thanks. Sales. So as as you mentioned because of coded are were pretty limited with how we can provide services, and there's just a huge needs so excited to move her program. To a virtual setting, so we're going to be monitoring a group. It's a free program for veterans, service members and their caregivers. And basically what happens is will be meeting on Saturday mornings from 10 till 12 for five weeks. It'll be a two hour 10 hours or 10. Our total program. And begins on Halloween. So what we'll do is we'll have a combination of educational resources teaching. Veterans and their family members or service members all about post traumatic stress moral injury, how to overcome and how to treat their symptoms. In a way that isn't involving them, even having to leave the home, So I teach them skills that will help them learn howto regulate their emotions. Bring down that fight or flight response. And then once they learn howto grounds themselves, so to speak there, their lives are often transformed, and it's a really great benefit for me to be able to offer that. To our community, and I'm really excited about the format. So if people are interested, all I have to do is either give me a call or me. We have a Facebook page called Tribe talks. I have my website their pie accounts thing dot com. They can also just email me a tribe talks program at gmail dot com where they're welcome to give you a call Monday through Friday on my business area code 586. 2223391 Well, and I should also point out the cost of this program is $00. You know, that's the thing. You can't get any better than that. And I don't think so. But I think they're Yeah. They're certainly going to get more than they think they anticipate for there, there. Ah, they're out. Go. There s O. This is going to start as you mentioned on Halloween. Excuse me. Halloween Halloween, right? Yeah, well, you know, we've got to do what we gotta do. But I think again that that this is a great thing, And I know that I have talked with people who have gone through your tribe talks. Um, live Out in out in Manchester camp Liberty. And, you know, the comments are always so positive. And everybody seems to be, you know, benefits so much for it that I'm excited that you're going to be able to offer this program to the public. Um For free. I mean, this is what I mean is designed for veterans, obviously, but it's um Yeah, let me give out this information. If you want more. You can give Ah, Melissa call Monday through Friday. And she said 5862223391, or for more information, You can send an email out to Tribe talks program at gmail dot com. And you can check her out at her her website. It's therapy. So it's a European therapy. A counseling dot com Look, I usually mess stuff up really badly when I tried to read things, So thank you very much. Melissa, and we will put information for this up on our website. That's a veteran's radio dot net so Good luck to you. And let us know how it turns out. I will. Thanks. All right. Thank you very much. I need to also point out something to our audience. As I mentioned that this is suicide prevention A month, which should be everyday because into the number of suicides, unfortunately, has been going back up again. And that's of course, due to the pandemic that's going on out there and everybody being at home. I would encourage you if you do have any problems of your own, that you may want to try and get ahold of someone like like Melissa or the Eisenhower Center. Um, don't be afraid. Don't don't Don't stay home alone, Reach out to your friends and two other veterans who are you know that's what we're out here for is to try and help you out. We got a little fundraising thing going on here in veterans radio. It's not that we're asking for money off the top. You know, right out, just send us money. But we have reopened Our post exchange. I guess you could call it. They're veterans Radio Exchange where we've got some paraphernalia out there. Some sweatshirts, cups and hats and And so forth. And we encourage you to check those out. I think you'll find I'm really kind of cool and any money that we can raise goes to the Veterans Radio America, a nonprofit organization to offset the costs of doing the veterans radio program. So again, you go to our website veterans radio dot net, check.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It vet is central and vet Best Central is designed as veterans helping veterans, Sistine Veterans. Guard reserve members and all those other groups out there in the formation and expansion of your businesses. They put on Webinars for you. Ah, and education, mentoring counseling procurement webinars on how to write a business plan. All kinds of great activities for you and that biz Center Central. Excuse me. And for more information, you can go toe that is central dot com. Their email happens to be the email is info at that is central dot com where you can give you a call. His number is 8107678387. It's hate 107678380. We also have words from another one of our supporters. And that is the Eisenhower Center in the Eisenhower Center here in an hour. Michigan is a full service. Um Organization that provides rehabilitation of veterans, first responders and professional athlete deep athletes through an intensive 30 to 90 Day. Ah, evidence based treatment program and participants recovering from concussion. TB, I post traumatic stress, anxiety and so forth. Are immersed in an intensive transitional treatment program to treat multiple deficit areas. You can contact them at Eisenhower center dot com or you can give them a call in the local area at 7346770070. That's Eisenhower center. Their impact program is what we're talking about The other thing. Really, that just came in from the Eisenhower Center. For those of you that are looking for employment. They're hiring the Eisenhower Center. And so you can apply directly from your phone and says they have locations out in an arbor and Manchester. Um, if you want to find out more about what's available, you can just go to HR at Eisenhower center dot com. That's HR at Eisenhower center dot com. Or you can give them a call again at 734. 6770070.

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WJR 760

"Don't you get less coverage and pay more than people who live, you know, way outside of Detroit and maybe have perfect credit score. Even if two people have the same driving record, you're going to pay more for less coverage. If you live on the wrong side of the tracks, and you have have you been financially stressed. And that's that's just not a good system. Sherry before we before we end our discussion. Is there any chance that a legislator would sponsor a bill to repeal this? Or to at least adjust it on. Would that have a chance of going so you have you told us that there are so many legislators were now going? T. I didn't read it. I didn't know that I have buyer's remorse. Is there a chance? Turn that remorse into a new bill? You know, Mitch, I have a number of bills. I have another a set of colleagues have a number of bills. Ah, now I know they really do so bad. Um, but feeling bad won't fix it. And so it will require the leadership of the house or the Senate taking up the changes. And so, as you know, there are termer, you know, I you know kind of vascular between Just making a point toe highlighting the people just how bad this is. Verses trying to negotiate with those who have the gavel a path forward Teo to try to get some of this And so that's that's kind of where I am. I'm you know, in a few months on leaving, But I'm hopeful that we could still bring awareness. I'm sad, though, that span the virtually then it is tomorrow, and we're not necessarily and Lance. But I guess it doesn't matter since virtual. Ah But but way have to find a way to raise awareness. But We have conversations with the capital. We have conversations in Lansing. I've been asking you have something take place in the city of Detroit to really raise awareness with the people that stump the hardest for this. That was married again and Dan Gilbert and they need to face the truth of what is what has happened to people who will who will need care. And we really have to come face to face with the dishonesty that has come about with respect to this package. Well, that would be an interesting summit to attend. We'll see if that happens. I want to thank all of you for participating. John Pastor partner with HealthPartners. And coalition protecting auto. No fault. See Panjang cornerback CEO Eisenhower Center and Presidency. Pan Cheri gave bag No, no go from Detroit owe our state rep there and Doug Keller, independent consultant as Well, Thank you all for the discussion on it. Good luck with the program. We're sorry we're not there in person. But we've given a little bit of a preview for what people are going to hear, and we'll look forward to seeing what comes out of the next two days. Thank you. Thanks for having us. Good to talk to you all will take a brief break. Come back with more in 7 60 W. J..

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WJR 760

"Senior Health. Medicare trusted local experts. It's kind of Ah, grim right now. I mean, we're looking at how do we survive a 55%? Right. You know what we did in 2018, and then we just went through a covert 19, where were considered the heroes were the frontline were caring for Mental health and folks that are, you know that are ill. We've had increased our pay schedules $2 an hour for every person that works at Eisenhower Center. We did that. And at the same time we're Going to be slammed on what we can get reimbursed. And the problem is that $1.4 million increase to our salary and with no hope of really getting it reimbursed, So it's just it's just cloud that Sits over all of us, and I think that's what we're all nervous about it way want to do the right thing by our client, But we But we don't know howto fight back because no one wants to take up the charge. No one wants to fight for the people of Michigan. So we're gonna keep trying. I love John Prosser. For that. My love sharing. I love some other folks. You're gonna talk to you tonight, but really, we would be the time that we come together to really Formed an alliance and say how we really going to come back and make sure that our our system say strong Well, let me bring in Sherry Gay Dag. No. Go with a state rep in the Detroit area. Sherry. Thanks for coming on. Tell us how you have observed what has and has not been delivered. Based on what you've seen since the auto no fault went into effect, especially for Detroiters in the summertime. So thank you much for having me on. I'm I'm happy to join met John and John and Mitch. You know, as the only Detroit ER serving on insurance and my last term, I'm very disappointed. First and foremost, that we are in this very vulnerable position. Ah, A couple of colleagues of mine just had a press conference on Ah just has Monday for a baby that was killed in a car accident in whose mother is in the hospital right now..

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Someone you serve with all of that. You know, if you even just need someone to talk to not necessary, you know, maybe it's not the right time for you or someone you know, to come into impatient program like ours. We do provide Outpatient, But we can also get back to you Try to help you as much as possible is navigating some of your benefits Navigating the You know, we've been doing it for some time now. And so all of my therapists. Are well versed at working with veterans, and that's how you get it. So that's what the website or you could just call us that area code 734. 6770070 and is now zero and our fine receptionist. There will get you in contact with the people you would like to talk to. I think that's great. And and Ah, you also have facilities in Florida, don't you? Yeah, we have a facility down in Jacksonville, Florida that was opened up about four years ago that runs that same program. We've had great success working down there with the Tampa Va. Who sends a lot of veterans are way that need our types of services. Um, in the Jacksonville area. A And so Yeah, we've seen some great great results there. And outside of that we are finalizing programming that we're doing on Selfridge Air Force Base is something that's been in the makings for about six. Six or seven years itself. Last year we received keys to building where we can run our programming out off and it this This programming is based off of what we do what after the impact our program, but it's ah little bit more veteran focus of courses on Air Force base. But this is unique because veteran would be able to stay on base. They're with their family. Um, they will be able to access all of the services and resource that air they're on the base. On get the needed treatment that they need strong vocational base. You know on it, so we would love to be able to get Veterans Day Vel employed but having employment that's sustainable, and also that is a career. So we're working with a number of the trade. To be able to provide on site training there as well. Let's provide the necessary kind of like behavioral, health and mental health services that would help people sustained jobs. A lot of times what we saw was veterans coming back from deployment and trying Teo get back into civilian life from working. You know if it's a corporation or some business And the struggle is just how things are structured. You know, veterans are our uses of being structured and you know you have a plan in the gold. You have your duties and you carry those out and you're expecting in order to be successful that the rest of your team members of your squad members carry out with the same energy and the same. Ah, fight that you would, And that's unfortunately not quite what happens here, you know, increased corporate America or whether you know this in your everyday job, And that could be of a struggle itself. Um, Indian, Outside, of all the other things that may be a veteran, maybe dealing with just returning home or some of the things that you know they went through. Wow. They were deployed. You know, you need to be ableto be able to talk about those things and get those out and be ableto be ableto process season. So that's the type of program we're looking to put together on DH hopefully be successful for number, folks. It sounds like a great program, and I did have a question. Does the does the veteran have Tio instigate the contact with you? Or are they referred maybe from the VA or from Ah, physician outside ofyou over your locations. It goes both ways. You know, we get ah, number of referrals from Dia's where we work on memorandum understanding, you know individual contracts with cumbias. We work with the deal. Deal be done number of individual contracts with the deal D. So it varies. We have veterans that comes straight to us with a lot over 60%. Actually, the veterans that's going through the program have been word of mouth from another veteran that went through the program, so you know and not often are all our veterans. Engaged in their local Va for one reason or another. So we're able to make those connections and find the best way to get them into our program at no cost to the veteran as well. I mean to say that so that this is a program that is either going to be paid by the D A. Or we worked with a number of Organisations that assist in these types of things that may cover veterans going through the program. We're starting a partnership with AA number one. We've worked with the Independence Fund Wounded Warrior Project, a number of organizations that just Have veterans that need our type and level of support and they reach out to us, and we work something out for them. Oh, I think that that's that's great. I mean, that's that's the great thing right? There is that the veteran doesn't have to worry about having to pay for this very concerned about, you know the money and so forth. So I really want to thank you. Devon Hutchings is the president of Eisenhower Center, and we encourage you to go to their website. That's Eisenhower center dot com. And as he pointed out, Eisenhower as in President Eisenhower, So ah! Devon keep us informed of any changes or any updates that we need to know about. Thank you so much for being on our programme today. Sounds good Things fail for having me. OK. Thank you. All right. Thank you. Thank you. That was Devon Hutchings, the president of Eisenhower Center, and we encourage you to go look at their website Got a.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"New Willoughby rehabilitative services for them. And you know those returning from war that may be suffering from mild traumatic brain injuries or PPS. And we just wanted to land our expertise and what we had been doing for so many years to them fast For about eight years ago, we started a specialized program called after the impact. It's a program that is specific before military Men and women who have served who also may be suffering from what I said earlier, Pete Yes, maybe some mental help. Eddie isolation, maybe the traumatic brain injury themselves from blast. Or false concussion issues. So we started his program, which is initially a 30 to 45 Day program that the veterans go through and it specifically for them and former professional athletes. We saw some synergy between the two groups. That we thought would help each other go through this life transition together. So over the past seven years, we seem pretty close to 200. Better. Renzo go thru the program as well as a little over 150. Former NFL players go thru the program as well. Well, I know we talked with Eric Hipple a couple of years ago about the program at Eisenhower Center. And obviously he was very, um, interesting, very excited in the in the work that you're doing out there and how much you had helped him. So if if I wanted to get involved in this or if I thought felt that I needed help with your impact program, how would I go about getting getting in touch with you folks? No. Several ways first would be. You know, you can go to.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"And they also have facilities not only here in an over Michigan but also in Jacksonville, Florida again, that's Eisenhower center dot com. And this is not just for military. So I think this is an opportunity for people out there. If you Ah need some assistance might want to give them a call. We have Ah, A friend that we know of whose son was in a really terrible automobile accident that their recovery at the Eisenhower Center, so it's civilians and veterans as well. And of course, we want to thank our local veterans service organizations that includes the American Legion Post number 46 here in Ann Arbor. W Post for 23. And the Charles as kettles, Vietnam. Veterans of America Post number 3 10 All of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Thank you guys. Men and women for all of your support. We couldn't do it without you. All right. So we're going to get right into our program now reminding you again that the local phone number is 734822 1600. I want to welcome our guest for today. Number one. We're talking about a health system. And that is Bryan Hayes and Brian is a public relations director for the Anne Arbor, Va. And Brian. Welcome to Veterans Radio. Hey, Dale. Thanks. Glad to be back clan Have you back? How are things going up there? Well, things are going really well for us. I mean, we're you know, we're still under quite a bit of restrictions as Faras. Visitors go and how patient things like that. But We are sort of opening things up a little bit. We're calling it the new normal. You know where folks are now able to bring in, you know, 11 visitor with them. You know a caretaker or something because they have an appointment. Doing a lot more face to face appointments. Now our surgery is almost up, Tio full speed. You know, It's not quite full speed yet, but it's up there. We're doing a lot of work and Doing the work that the veterans need us to do. We're also hiring a lot right now to case you haven't heard. We've a lot of a lot of community health care systems are kind of hurting through the coded crisis. Some of you are even talking bankruptcy. But a is hiring we need. We need health technicians We need especially nurses, particularly I c u nurse is right now we're in desperate need of I C u nurses and and even administrative folks. We need the administrative folks to back up all the clinical folks, And so that's that's kind of what's going on now and future. We've got quite a few things going on. Oh, you know, we're renaming the facility. As you remember. We talked last month were in the process of going through both chambers of Congress Right now, the renaming of the medical center to the Lieutenant Colonel Charles Kettles, Va Medical Center. We're going to remain a and R for health care system, but the hospital is getting in the game. I meant only that we also got our new intensive care unit will be coming online in just a couple of months. We're looking at mid September. For that. It's a brand new state of the art high tech intensive care unit. That's coming on or it was also getting ready to hopefully to a groundbreaking for our cannon, community based outpatient clinic coming up. We're scheduling that maybe for September. It could be early October, depending on Congressional schedules and things like that, and then some of the things that we have going on right now it's it's pretty busy for us at the time Clad to hear that you are are busy. There's lots of great information out there about the system number one is. I just got a news release the other day that thief, a surgical care is a better, too, or equivalent to non VA hospitals. I can attest to that. That's a research study that came out. I believe it was out of Dartmouth University about a year and 1/2 ago. Um, that showed that ah, the quality of care. Is that good or better and community hospitals by almost every metric every measure that have used one of our issues, you know that we have a B a nurse's way. We've got such stiff competition for nurses. Particularly in Ann Arbor. You know, with the education system that air here and also the whole, our health care system in the area of you know, it's just It's just really. It's very competitive for nurses and to keep him quote. So we like a little bit in that when it comes to the metrics of quality, But Faras patients getting their care were right up there with the best of them. And there was also a study that came out not too long ago from the Journal of the American Medical Association that show that waiter For the are actually better than community care. You know, for example, just I'm just gonna pull this around the top of my head. If you wanted a dermatology appointment at Via might take you a little longer than 30 days. Which is our our hearts the bar that we try to hit. I might take you 40 45 days to get a dermatology appointment, But you won't get that appointment anywhere else for six months. So So when we talk about comparing, you know, when we talk about wait times you have to say compared to what? Right Absolutely one of those is compared to black because I I have an appointment with a quote. I can't say this out loud. I guess a civilian dermatologist next October. I think it is so on. I feel fortunate to get that, but I know that there are other things going on. And maybe we could wait. Bring on our other two cats to talk a little bit about the funding that's happening in the budget. And so forth. But there was one other program. But then I saw that there were expanding funding for the emergency response for veterans experience.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Give them a call at 806 934800 US WINGS There's the manufacturers of the finest leather flight jackets in the world. US. Wings is a major supplier of flight jackets to the military. They're also supplying And selling face mask during the pandemic. They kind of had to change their business plan a little bit a cz. Well, so appreciate it. If you could go to their website that's us wings dot com on you could give them a call at 806 500659 we also want to make sure that we think Well, we've got some new sponsors. And I guess I better talk about both of them. First of all, a number one. Is we want to thank the support of the National Veterans Business Development Council, better known as the M V P D. See, the M V P. D. C's main purpose is to certify that a veteran owned business is just that it's a veteran owned, and this could be very important for better and on companies that want to do business with the government and veteran French friendly corporations. So for more information, you want to find out more about the N B V. D. C. This is really exciting for us, and this is a A local organization is called this. The Eisenhower Center in the an Arbor and in the Eisenhower Center has a It's Ah, it's a residential. Facility for people who have suffered from mug um traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress, depressive and so on and so forth. It's really good, Ah, great program, but they're really asking us to help promote there after the impact program, which provides rehabilitation for veterans, first responders and professional athletes.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Our executive producer the good friend John corn act instead of all over the world renowned Eisenhower center one of the leaders in somatic brain injury rehabilitation and I got word earlier today another part of a special honor and John how you doing my friend I'm good how are you doing good how it tell the people of Michigan your connection to that honor now that I mentioned earlier well it's all up to Michigan Michigan you know we we wanna citation award for outstanding collaborative planning projects which basically says I work well with others I play I play in the pool together but what it is it's really an honor eight eight eight being able to make selfish National Guard base work with the generals work with the Pentagon work for the VA formerly answer the questions that are out there in the news you know the suicide the house in the family in the nation are you know people getting back to work I know this virus and got to know a little bit it's taking up all the new segments all those kind of things that really we still have veterans out there who are hurting just as bad if not worse and the Selfridge collaborative early about pulling the assets together that the from the US government state government and making sure we still have them at the forefront of our thoughts nah it's really going to take a lot of passion and vision but we're there it took five or six years but that planning project is done and now we have to put into action where we're gonna do some actual therapy some behavior mod tomorrow all sorts of vocational therapy get people back to work get families together right there on the base image it's it's it's live in the documents real here those who they don't know John Gordon goodness team in their mission at the Eisenhowers center in Ann Arbor in other locations in Michigan and across this country and what they're doing for veterans what they're doing for victims of traumatic brain injury they really are the voices for those families how to help people get the treatment they need in their connection to our veterans is fantastic and get this news right in the middle of covert nineteen and has grown a virus and looking at what's happening in some veterans homes into the elderly they're the most vulnerable may need our protection those veterans more than ever today they do in those bases are you know they're they're protected just by the nature of what they are so people going in people going out being able to isolate but also moved forward they're they're perfectly perfect places for that kind of thing so it's really an honor that we we have the citation award when you when you think about I think six years up to something it's you know you you started just live it day to day and this call that viruses really said let's let's shore up the shores of goodness carob that's been our veterans say let's get them in a isolated area where they can still build their their support groups and and work through their issues so when you look at the coca Cola nineteen a corona virus and you look at the families and victims of traumatic brain injury whether they're veterans athletes are just everyday of people what has this coronavirus done to those families and victims impacted their lives how much change it's what you know it's hard work you know my center we do our rehabilitation in the community so we get people out in the real world we want them to be successful where they're gonna look at and so for the from that perspective it's been really hard and we've we've had to shut down our centers we've had to I mean not all the time we have the client still there but we have to make sure that they can't go out they they can't it because once you get a virus that's out of center we live so close knit together that it relaunched rapidly through the system we have not had a case of the covert buyers that were very blessed and that's because we want the weather locking things down we're not letting folks go out enjoy the line and I think that's really what we're we're anxious to get back to you if you're on the Selfridge base they could actually be enjoying the green space in the face and the opportunities right there on the base and be more protective so still having that community feel without having the the safety risk so it's hard for the families and young Korn echo with the eyes in our center find out more nights at our center dot com an Arbor those are based at manor touch and Selfridge Air Force base to Jacksonville Florida and beyond it is a mission lifelong mission for John and his team to help victims of traumatic brain injuries and also the rehabilitation but the connection to our military and no man or woman left behind who suffers a traumatic brain injury and it's just so good to get that email for Marty Bower and read the news I told Marty man and he was on it with you let's get Johnny on Hey this dude just keeps fighting through red tape politics and he's there to help the men and women who have served our country it's awesome John I'm proud to be a partner with you know you that all three were you're doing amazing work thank you well thank you thanks for supporting the veterans like you do as well you have been an amazing voice out there for them so thank you for that he reached out to me anything else going on with Selfridge Air Force base of the Eisenhower center anything the huge radio network or the Michigan sports network can do to help we're here for you buddy okay yes I will do that thank you so much all right John corn act when I meet him for the first time was it eight nine years ago one of those guys you meet then you just know there's something special about him his selfless vision to help others those are people you need in your life you need to cut you need to cross their path to understand what really is important then in the height of the covert nineteen corona virus outbreak for them to get that citation and be a part of helping more veterans that's why when I look at our veterans home and I've seen these breakouts a covert nineteen or these nursing homes man let's focus on the vulnerable now elderly let's go protect and save them you know those field hospitals they had that should have been the elderly and our veterans who needed that protection and that medical service right there for them I love that John and.

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"eisenhower center" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"eisenhower center" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"During these tough times go talk about lines schedule release last night into an amended short lines dot com lions NFL insider standby so Tim we knew who they were playing we just don't know when and in what order and we got that last night from who you knew they were playing into the order last night on TV how much did your thought process change on the lines two thousand and twenty schedule not much you know it's gonna be difficult schedules based on you know the winning percentage of the teams last year like you set up the top we knew who our clients so you know I think the one thing that you know a few things that jumped out to me I went a lot about this team after the first four weeks you know they start the season with two division games Chicago Green Bay then they've got to teams you know traffic authentically in Arizona and New Orleans and so you know obviously the defense that struggled last year and so they're gonna get tested early and I think you know by their bye week week five we're gonna have a pretty good idea about you know what kind of team blind taxpayers tend to amend the choice lines dot com what do you think is a harder game than it looks like on the schedule what game may be a little bit easier the most is expected right now well I mean it's so hard to say because demi so many circumstances I mean maybe off the top you look at Tampa Bay week sixteen what will they have to play for lay have something locked up will you know will Tom Brady B. healthy will rob Gronkowski be healthy I think you look taking right now he said well it's a beautiful game but you know is a forty two word however old Tom Brady's forty three year old Tom Brady got a hold up we know rob Gronkowski it had injury problems throughout you know beer so drugs correction saying so you know maybe again it looks difficult you know isn't as much late I think you know maybe one you think you have a good chance to be Chicago at home week one I think that might be a little bit hard especially if the colts quarterback so you know maybe two that jumped out to me right there I think Houston thanksgiving a lot of people would say you know that the loss but how are they going to deal with the loss of the Andre Hopkins you're at home they're not used to playing on that thanksgiving Thursday so maybe that's another when you look at that that lines could could could win against does a really good opponents come join manager lines dot com lines NFL insider joining us on the metro health university of Michigan health guess hindsight I said this the toner teaser earlier Tammy and I just think the bears game at a home Startin of a very important season for Quinn Patricia the lions organization after everything we've been through as a state which really makes the games not as important as we may have thought three months ago but you know from a football perspective you have got to beat the bears in that home opener you have to yeah I mean everybody wants to start the season you know I'm not alone especially at home with the win I mean you don't want to drop that first game again but that's been a difficult opponent that's a good defense over there they got some playmakers and you know if it's Nick Foles first Mister disc yeah I think that gives them you know a look at their offense a better shot to win the football community mysteries both a little bit too much for my liking but yeah you're right I mean the the if their stand there not we don't know half the old who's gonna be there who's not but either way no week one at home got a wonderful talking that's not a lot of conversation at the end of hell rolled out the pre season schedule which caused some of the media pundits off guard in the beginning with the lines at New England August in over a tentative date seventh thirteenth I think through the seventeenth but hi the NFL's going about business as usual and they're planning on a play in the schedule but they have contingency plans in place when you look at everything right now we're at medically what would be is it August one is a right before training camps when do you think you get a definite decision from the NFL on when the season would start or when it started based on the schedule they released last night you know I have to be visualized I think the you know you'd have to have a couple weeks to prepare for training camp you know notify players to get in there how they're gonna handle that get player situating the hotels in there any time to do that kind of stuff but so I would speak sometime in July you know mid July you'd have to have this and then that plan of you know guys in in teams returning July twenty six and then starting practice but would you mention those contingency plans then you know the NFL and keno can if they need to go into September wait till October I think what you do is you just let's say you know Hey we need one more month we're starting October well you start week five in you take week one two three four you just plug it on the back of the season you move the Superbowl back I mean so they've got some options that they can do their the the the the the the ability to be flexible with the Super Bowl not play the Cold War you know you don't give him two weeks between the NSC GNAC championship game and Super Bowl that's been done in the past so you know they've got plenty of options and they can move some things around and increase sometimes beep beep but hopefully they'll have to do that and you know we're back in training camp come the end of July do you think the seasonal began or begin with or without fans in the stadiums dials nice to really tell we'll have to see what that with the current goes like my guess would be that there would be some sort of fans is there going to be sixty five thousand people don't we'll see I think the NFL's got some really smart people know figured out whether that's you know in advance when people walk in you space out a little bit maybe at fifteen twenty thousand sixty five thousand I think they'll be stands in some capacity we'll just have to kind of see what it looks like ten twenty manning of all lines of the new schedule twenty four seven at Detroit Lions dot com to me thanks for the update yeah I don't want you to all right next segment a good friend John corn act from the world renowned Eisenhower's center in Ann Arbor one of the world leaders when it comes to rehabilitation from traumatic brain injuries they're part of a great honor bestowed upon the eyes in our center John will join us doctor Kerry Greenough Leah metro health university of Michigan health latest on the coronavirus.

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