New Jersey Viewpoint

Want to know more about interesting programs in your community and your state?

Every Sunday morning over 36,000 households tune in to "New York Viewpoint," "New Jersey Viewpoint," and "Long Island Viewpoint." The programs highlight the community and cultural efforts that enrich the quality of life in our neighborhoods.

These weekly round-table discussions are hosted by Eyewitness News anchor Ken Rosato. Viewpoint airs at 5:30am on Sunday morning.

This week on New Jersey Viewpoint: May 29, 2016

Today we bring you an Educational Initiative, called "With Math I Can" and it's having a good impact on students in Edison Schools. We also bring you some important information on Tourette Syndrome, which affects 1 in 100 school-age children, with an estimated 20,000 kids in New Jersey alone.

But first, we bring you Celebrate the Children, also known as CTC. It is a state-approved private school located in Denville, and it serves a diverse range of students with autism, and other challenges in relating and communicating. The students range in age from 3 to 21.

Joining us in the studio from Celebrate the Children are Monica Osgood, the Co-Founder and, Cuong Doe, the Retired Board Chair. Also with them is Dr. Serena Wieder, Clinical Director of the Profectum Foundation.

Segment One: Celebrate the Children

MONICA G. OSGOOD
Co-Founder, Celebrate the Children

CUONG DO
Retired Board Chair, CTC

SERENA WIEDER, Ph.D.
Clinical Dir., Profectum Foundation

CelebrateTheChildren.org
Celebrate the Children (CTC)

973-989-4033
Celebrate the Children (CTC)

Profectum Foundation for Info on DIR & training opportunities
Profectum.org
973-348-9462

Identifor.com
Identifor

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Segment Two: With Math I Can (Edison)

MEERA VAIDYANATHAN
Dir. Curriculum Prod., Amazon K-12 Educ.

TARA BEAMS
Asst. Supt., Curriculum, PK-5, Edison Dist.

VICTORIA RUANE
5th Grade Teacher, Lincoln Elementary

WithMathIcan.org
With Math I Can

With Math I Can
Facebook

@WithMathICan
Twitter

ABC7NY.com/Viewpoint

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Segment Three: Tourette Syndrome

TIM KOWALSKI
Board Member, NJCTS

TESS KOWALSKI
Youth Advocate, NJCTS

JOHN MILLER
Pres. & CEO, Tourette Assoc. of America

NJCTS.org
NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome (NJCTS)

908-575-7350
NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome (NJCTS)

#StandWithTheGreaTS
Twitter

Tourette.org
Tourette Association of America

888-4-TOURET (868 738)
Tourette Association of America

#Rally4Tourette
Twitter

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January 10, 2016

Today we bring you an inspiring new book that will give parents and educators some food for thought especially on the value of mentoring. We also will have with us an expert with some safety tips on travel whether you plan to go abroad or stay domestic.

But first, we bring you some new information on alcohol addiction. A recent study by JAMA Psychiatry shows that although a third of Americans suffer from some type of alcohol abuse, but only 20% seek treatment.

Joining us in the studio from Summit Behavioral Health are, Dr. William Stanley, the Medical Director, Jim Kane, their CEO and Maria Ulmer, Executive Director of Clinical Services.

Segment One

WILLIAM STANLEY, MD
Med. Dir., Summit Behavioral Health

JIM KANE
CEO, Summit Behavioral Health

MARIA ULMER
Exec. Dir., Clinical Services

SummitHelps.com
Summit Behavioral Health

855-855-9199
Summit Behavioral Health
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Segment Two

VAUGHN L. MCKOY, JD,MBA
Co-Founder & CEO, The McKoy Group

MARNIE G. MCKOY
Educ. Administrator & Co-Author

KATRINA WADE
Middle School Teacher

VaughnMckoy.com
Playing Up: Coaches Playbook

TheMcKoyGroupLLC
Facebook

@Vaughn McKoy
Twitter

ABC7NY/Viewpoint
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Segment Three

E. DREW BRITCHER, Esq.
Partner, Britcher, Leone & Roth

BLRlaw.com
Britcher, Leone & Roth

201-444-1644
Britcher, Leone & Roth
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November 29, 2015

Today we bring you the story of a young mother and son who went through their cancer battle together and she's written a book all about it. We also have with us an educational initiative called Kids CoLab that is innovative and fascinating.

But first, did you know that every 3 minutes someone is diagnosed with a blood cancer. 70% of patients don't have a match in their family, so they depend on "Be The Match" which is operated by the National Marrow Donor Program. A marrow or cord blood transplant can be a life-saving treatment for more than 70 different diseases, including leukemia, lymphoma and sickle cell disease.

Joining us today from Be the Match is Jiro Okochi, who is the Board Chair, and a donor but more importantly, father of Finn Okochi, who received his bone marrow transplant a few years ago.

Segment One: Be the Match

JIRO OKOCHI
Board Chair, Be The Match

JIRO OKOCHI
Donor & father of Transplant recipient

BeTheMatch.org
Be The Match

800-MARROW-2 (627-7792)
Be The Match

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Part 1 of NJ Viewpoint on November 29, 2015.

Segment Two: Two of a Kind Book

GERI PAYAWAL SHEPARD
Author, Two of a Kind, The Story of How....

GERI PAYAWAL SHEPARD
Breast Cancer Survivor

Two of a Kind: The story of how....
Facebook

Two of a Kind: The story of how....
Amazon.com

ABC7NY.com/Viewpoint

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Part 2 of NJ Viewpoint on November 29, 2015.

Segment Three: Kids Co-Lab

ROBIN DUFFY
Dir., Academic & Product Research, Pearson

OLIVIA COLLUCCI
7th grader, Kids CoLab Team

CHRISTINA COLLUCCI
Mother of Olivia Collucci

Pearson.com
Pearson

ResearchNetwork.pearson.com/kidscolab
Kids CoLab, Pearson

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Part 3 of NJ Viewpoint on November 29, 2015.

November 22, 2015

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation just honored 21 Hispanic high school students in our area for numerous achievements, but perhaps most importantly: their leadership in the classroom and community.

The award recipients will receive grants for their education. We'll talk to two of these young leaders in a few minutes.

But first, the proposal to offer driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants in New Jersey is moving forward. The state assembly's homeland security committee voted 3-2 along party lines to approve the measure last week.

Hundreds of supporters marched to the New Jersey statehouse in hopes the proposed the legislation will soon become the law.

Advocates say the measure promotes safety by encouraging people to purchase auto insurance. They claim it will contribute to the state's economy, but there is strong opposition as well.

Governor Chris Christie has vowed to veto this bill. To talk further about the proposed legislation is New Jersey Assemblywoman Annette Quijano and Udi Ofer, executive director ACLU of New Jersey.

Segment One: Be the Match

JIRO OKOCHI
Board Chair, Be The Match

JIRO OKOCHI
Donor & father of Transplant recipient

BeTheMatch.org
Be The Match

800-MARROW-2 (627-7792)
Be The Match

Segment Two: Two of a Kind Book

GERI PAYAWAL SHEPARD
Author, Two of a Kind, The Story of How....

GERI PAYAWAL SHEPARD
Breast Cancer Survivor

Two of a Kind: The story of how....
Facebook

Two of a Kind: The story of how....
Amazon.com

ABC7NY.com/Viewpoint

Segment Three: Kids Co-Lab

ROBIN DUFFY
Dir., Academic & Product Research, Pearson

OLIVIA COLLUCCI
7th grader, Kids CoLab Team

CHRISTINA COLLUCCI
Mother of Olivia Collucci

Pearson.com
Pearson

ResearchNetwork.pearson.com/kidscolab
Kids CoLab, Pearson

September 6, 2015

Today we bring you some important information on health issues faced by men, with an additional focus on male veterans. We also have an expert with us on cyber security and what you need to do if you are hacked.

But first, we begin with the issue of palliative care which helps those who are suffering with serious illnesses and creates a focus on relieving suffering and improving quality of life for patients. Palliative care reduces long lengths of stay in hospitals at enormous cost and the high utilization of critical care.

Joining us in the studio are Kristina Thomson, Senior Director for Hospital Systems at the American Cancer Society of NY & NJ,
And, Dr. Susan Bauman, from the Hunterdon Medical Center and Hospice.

Segment One: Palliative Care ACS
Ken intros topic and guests:

KRISTINA THOMSON
American Cancer Society

SUSAN BAUMAN, MD
Palliative Care, Hunterdon Healthcare

Cancer.org
American Cancer Society

800-227-2345
American Cancer Society

ACScan.org
ACS Cancer Action Network

HunterdonHealthCare.org
Hunterdon Healthcare

908-788-6100
Hunterdon Healthcare

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Segment Two: Men's Health - St. Peters

PETER FISH, MD
Saint Peter's University Hospital

SaintPetersHCS.com
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

732-745-8600
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

abc7ny.com/Viewpoint

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Segment Three: Cyber Security

PAUL OSTER
CEO, Better Qualified

BetterQualified.com
Better Qualified

888-533-8138
Better Qualified

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Viewpoint: Part 3

August 23, 2015

Today we bring you an inspiring new book that will give parents and educators some food for thought especially on the value of mentoring. We also will have with us an expert with some safety tips on travel whether you plan to go abroad or stay domestic.

But first, we bring you some new information on alcohol addiction. A recent study by JAMA Psychiatry shows that although a third of Americans suffer from some type of alcohol abuse, but only 20% seek treatment.

Joining us in the studio from Summit Behavioral Health are, Dr. William Stanley, the Medical Director, Jim Kane, their CEO, and Maria Ulmer, Executive Director of Clinical Services.

Segment One:

WILLIAM STANLEY, MD
Med. Dir., Summit Behavioral Health

JIM KANE
CEO, Summit Behavioral Health

MARIA ULMER
Exec. Dir., Clinical Services

SummitHelps.com
Summit Behavioral Health

855-855-9199
Summit Behavioral Health

EMBED </>More News Videos

Part 1 of NJ Viewpoint on August 23, 2015.

Segment Two:

VAUGHN L. MCKOY, JD,MBA
Co-Founder & CEO, The McKoy Group

MARNIE G. MCKOY
Educ. Administrator & Co-Author

KATRINA WADE
Middle School Teacher

VaughnMckoy.com
Playing Up: Coaches Playbook

TheMcKoyGroupLLC
Facebook

@Vaughn McKoy
Twitter

ABC7NY/Viewpoint

EMBED </>More News Videos

Part 2 of NJ Viewpoint on August 23, 2015.

Segment Three:

E. DREW BRITCHER, Esq.
Partner, Britcher, Leone & Roth

BLRlaw.com
Britcher, Leone & Roth

201-444-1644
Britcher, Leone & Roth

EMBED </>More News Videos

Part 3 of NJ Viewpoint on August 23, 2015.

June 14, 2015

Today we will have with us an expert who can address the latest Measles epidemic and everything you need to know about vaccinations. We also have a fascinating new App, that has been developed in collaboration with Heifer International, and it helps children learn about finances while also teaching them the value of giving.

But first, we begin with the story of a biologist who works in an oncology-focused diagnostics company called "Cancer Genetics" in Rutherford. For years she focused on personalizing cancer diagnosis through genomic testing. Ironically, in 2010 she herself was diagnosed with a common form of Lymphoma.

Joining us in the studio from Cancer Genetics, or C.G.I. are,
Dr. Jane Houldsworth, who is their VP of Research & Development,
And her colleague Deniliz (Deni-Lease) Rodriguez, who is a Molecular Technologist & was also diagnosed with Kidney Cancer this past October.

Segment One: Lymphoma & Cancer Genetics

JANE HOULDSWORTH, PH.D.
VP Research & Develop., Cancer Genetics

DENILIZ RODRIGUEZ, M.Sc.
Molecular Technologist, Cancer Genetics

CancerGenetics.com
Cancer Genetics

201-528-9187
Cancer Genetics
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Segment Two: Measles & vaccines

PETER WENGER, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious Disease, St. Peter's

SaintPetersHCS.com
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

732-745-8600
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

7online.com/Viewpoint
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Segment Three: Financial Literacy for Kids

NEALE GODFREY
Chair., Green$treets Commons, Inc.

Heifer.org
Heifer International

GreenStreets: Heifer International
GreenStreets: Heifer APP

GreenStreetCommons.com
Green$treetCommons

Neale@ChildrensFinancialNetwork.com
Neale Godfrey

908-879-8898
Neale Godfrey
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June 7, 2015

Today we bring you some important information on health issues faced by men, with an additional focus on male veterans. We also have an expert with us on cyber security and what you need to do if you are hacked.

But first, we begin with the issue of palliative care which helps those who are suffering with serious illnesses and creates a focus on relieving suffering and improving quality of life for patients. Palliative care reduces long lengths of stay in hospitals at enormous cost and the high utilization of critical care.

Joining us in the studio are Kristina Thomson, Senior Director for Hospital Systems at the American Cancer Society of NY & NJ,
And, Dr. Susan Bauman, from the Hunterdon Medical Center and Hospice.

Segment One: Palliative Care ACS

KRISTINA THOMSON
American Cancer Society

SUSAN BAUMAN, MD
Palliative Care, Hunterdon Healthcare

Cancer.org
American Cancer Society

800-227-2345
American Cancer Society

ACScan.org
ACS Cancer Action Network

HunterdonHealthCare.org
Hunterdon Healthcare

908-788-6100
Hunterdon Healthcare
EMBED </>More News Videos

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Segment Two: Men's Health - St. Peters

PETER FISH, MD
Saint Peter's University Hospital

SaintPetersHCS.com
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

732-745-8600
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

7online.com/Viewpoint
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Viewpoint: Part 2

Segment Three: Cyber Security

PAUL OSTER
CEO, Better Qualified

BetterQualified.com
Better Qualified

888-533-8138
Better Qualified
EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 3

April 26, 2015

Today we will have with us an expert who can address the latest Measles epidemic and everything you need to know about vaccinations. We also have a fascinating new App, that has been developed in collaboration with Heifer International, and it helps children learn about finances while also teaching them the value of giving.

But first, we begin with the story of a biologist who works in an oncology-focused diagnostics company called "Cancer Genetics" in Rutherford. For years she focused on personalizing cancer diagnosis through genomic testing. Ironically, in 2010 she herself was diagnosed with a common form of Lymphoma.

Joining us in the studio from Cancer Genetics, or C.G.I. are,
Dr. Jane Houldsworth, who is their VP of Research & Development,
And her colleague Deniliz Rodriguez, who is a Molecular Technologist & was also diagnosed with Kidney Cancer this past October.

Segment One: Lymphoma & Cancer Genetics

JANE HOULDSWORTH, PH.D.
VP Research & Develop., Cancer Genetics

DENILIZ RODRIGUEZ, M.Sc.
Molecular Technologist, Cancer Genetics

CancerGenetics.com
Cancer Genetics

201-528-9187
Cancer Genetics
EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 1

Segment Two: Measles & vaccines

PETER WENGER, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious Disease, St. Peter's

SaintPetersHCS.com
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

732-745-8600
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

7online.com/Viewpoint
EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 2

Segment Three: Financial Literacy for Kids

NEALE GODFREY
Chair., Green$treets Commons, Inc.

Heifer.org
Heifer International

GreenStreets: Heifer International
GreenStreets: Heifer APP

GreenStreetCommons.com
Green$treetCommons

Neale@ChildrensFinancialNetwork.com
Neale Godfrey

908-879-8898
Neale Godfrey
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Viewpoint: Part 3

March 15, 2015

Today we will have with us an expert who can address the latest Measles epidemic and everything you need to know about vaccinations. We also have a fascinating new App, that has been developed in collaboration with Heifer International, and it helps children learn about finances while also teaching them the value of giving.

But first, we begin with the story of a biologist who works in an oncology-focused diagnostics company called "Cancer Genetics" in Rutherford. For years she focused on personalizing cancer diagnosis through genomic testing. Ironically, in 2010 she herself was diagnosed with a common form of Lymphoma.

Joining us in the studio from Cancer Genetics, or C.G.I. are, Dr. Jane Houldsworth, who is their VP of Research & Development,
and her colleague Deniliz Rodriguez, who is a Molecular Technologist & was also diagnosed with Kidney Cancer this past October.

Segment One: Lymphoma & Cancer Genetics

JANE HOULDSWORTH, PH.D.
VP Research & Develop., Cancer Genetics

DENILIZ RODRIGUEZ, M.Sc.
Molecular Technologist, Cancer Genetics

CancerGenetics.com
Cancer Genetics

201-528-9187
Cancer Genetics

Segment Two: Measles & vaccines

PETER WENGER, M.D.
Pediatric Infectious Disease, St. Peter's

SaintPetersHCS.com
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

732-745-8600
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

7online.com/Viewpoint

Segment Three: Financial Literacy for Kids

NEALE GODFREY
Chair., Green$treets Commons, Inc.

Heifer.org
Heifer International

GreenStreets: Heifer International
GreenStreets: Heifer APP

GreenStreetCommons.com
Green$treetCommons

Neale@ChildrensFinancialNetwork.com
Neale Godfrey

908-879-8898
Neale Godfrey

January 4, 2015

Today we bring you information on the enormous emotional toll one can suffer, when something called "foot drop" prevents getting around & living a normal life. We also bring you folks from the Adler Aphasia Center that serves people in the tri-state area.

But first, we begin with a new weapon in the treatment of Peripheral Artery Disease, also known as PAD. It's a common circulatory problem that can affect feet and lower legs and may lead to amputation. At Saint Peter's University Hospital, they claim to be the first and only hospital in Central New Jersey to have a new device called a "Lightbox", and our next guest thinks it's a game changer.

Please join me in welcoming Dr. Ramzan Zakir, a cardiologist, and Director of the Peripheral Vascular Program, at Saint Peter's.

Segment One: Leg Pain & Light Waves

RAMZAN ZAKIR, MD
Cardiologist, St. Peter's Healthcare System

RAMZAN ZAKIR, MD
Dir., Peripheral Vascular Prog., St. Peter's
SaintPetersHCS.com
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

732-565-5458
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

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Segment Two: Get Back UP (Foot Drop)

BETH DELORIA
Founder, Get Back UP

BETH DELORIA
Mgr. Community Outreach, Allard USA

ANGIE PAEZ
Communications Mgr., Allard USA

GetBackUPtoday.com
Team UP, Allard USA

888-678-6548
Team UP, Allard USA

GetBackUpToday
Facebook

@GetBackUpToday
Twitter

7online.com/Viewpoint

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Ken Rosato talks with Beth Deloria and Angie Paez from Get Back UP Today.

Segment Three: Adler Aphasia Center

KAREN TUCKER
Exec. Dir., Adler Aphasia Center

ELAINE ADLER
Co-Founder, Adler Aphasia Center

AdlerAphasiaCenter.org
Adler Aphasia Center

201-368-8585
Adler Aphasia Center

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Ken Rosato talks with Karen Tucker and Elaine Adler from Adler Aphasia Center.

November 9th, 2014

Today we will have with us folks from the Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau with news on how tourism is doing in the garden state. We also have with us, Hudson Theatre Works, a non-profit, professional theatre company located in Hudson County.

But first, with disastrous storms becoming more frequent, we begin with some very important information on how to ensure the safety of your pet during a natural disaster. FEMA has some basic pet emergency preparedness tips, & with us to discuss these, we have "Fetch - Pet Care" a company that serves thousands of pets and their caregivers.

Segment One: Disasters & pet Care

MARC DECAPRIO
General Mgr., Fetch! Pet Care

FetchPetCare.com
Fetch! Pet Care

866-338-2463
Fetch! Pet Care

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Segment Two: Jersey Shore Convention & Visitors Bureau

ROBERT HILTON
Exec. Dir., Jersey Shore Convention & Visitors Bureau

JIM HICKEY
Chair, Jersey Shore Convention & Visitors Bureau

DANA LANCELOTTI
Dir., Tourism & Eco. Develop., Ocean Cty.

VisitTheJerseyShore.com
Jersey Shore Convention & Visitors Bureau

732-244-9283
Jersey Shore Convention & Visitors Bureau

7online.com/Viewpoint

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Segment Three: Hudson Theatre Works

FRANK LICATO
Artistic Dir., Hudson Theatre Works

KAREN BRADY
Board Pres., Hudson Theatre Works

HudsonTheatreWorks.org
Hudson Theatre Works

201-472-5123
Hudson Theatre Works

HudsonTheatreWorks@gmail.com
Hudson Theatre Works

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August 24th, 2014 (Originally aired on May 25th, 2014)

Today we have with us some young teens who are determined to fight domestic and sexual violence in our society. We also will bring you two poets who are about to get on a tandem bicycle and make a journey that will really interest you, especially if you share a love for the written word.

But first, earlier this year, a legislative initiative was introduced, for the NJ Death with Dignity Act, which is now legal in 5 other states. Recent polls show that 62% of New Jersey residents support one's right to death with dignity. Today we have with us Compassion & Choices, a leading advocate for aid-in-dying legislation, often known as Death with Dignity.

Joining us in the studio from Compassion & Choices are Evan Nison, the New Jersey Field Director Debra Dunn, from the NJ Leadership Committee, and Blanche Bailey, Senior Coordinator at the Donald Tucker Community Center.

Segment One: Compassion & Choices

EVAN NISON
NJ Field Dir., Compassion & Choices

DEBRA DUNN, RN
NJ Leadership Comm., Compassion & Choices

BLANCHE BAILEY
Sr. Coord., Donald Tucker Comm. Center

CompassionAndChoices.org
Compassion & Choices

800-247-7421
Compassion & Choice

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Viewpoint: Part 1

Segment Two: Teens against Violence

ANNA DIAZ-WHITE
Exec. Dir., 180 Turning Lives Around

AISHA BHOORI
Denim Day Volunteer

FRANCESCA VACCARO
Denim Day Volunteer

180nj.org
180 Turning Lives Around

888-264-RAPE (7273)
Sexual Violence Hotline

888-843-9262
Domestic Violence Hotline

888-222-2228
2NDFLOOR Youth Helpline

7online.com/Viewpoint

EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 2

Segment Three: Type Riders II

MAYA STEIN
Co-founder, Food for the Soul Train

AMY TINGLE
Co-founder, Food for the Soul Train

Food4theSoulTrain.com
Food for the Soul Train

201-259-9801
Food for the Soul Train

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July 20, 2014
Today we bring you information on the enormous emotional toll one can suffer, when something called "foot drop" prevents getting around & living a normal life. We also bring you folks from the Adler Aphasia Center that serves people in the tri-state area.

But first, we begin with a new weapon in the treatment of Peripheral Artery Disease, also known as PAD. It's a common circulatory problem that can affect feet and lower legs and may lead to amputation.

At Saint Peter's University Hospital, they claim to be the first and only hospital in Central New Jersey to have a new device called a "Lightbox", and our next guest thinks it's a game changer.

Please join us in welcoming Dr. Ramzan Zakir, a cardiologist, and Director of the Peripheral Vascular Program, at Saint Peter's.

Segment One: Leg Pain & Light Waves

RAMZAN ZAKIR, MD
Cardiologist, St. Peter's Healthcare System

RAMZAN ZAKIR, MD
Dir., Peripheral Vascular Prog., St. Peter's

SaintPetersHCS.com
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

732-565-5458
Saint Peter's Healthcare System

EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 1

Segment Two: Get Back UP (Foot Drop)

BETH DELORIA
Founder, Get Back UP

BETH DELORIA
Mgr. Community Outreach, Allard USA

ANGIE PAEZ
Communications Mgr., Allard USA

GetBackUPtoday.com
Team UP, Allard USA

888-678-6548
Team UP, Allard USA

GetBackUpToday
Facebook

@GetBackUpToday
Twitter

7online.com/Viewpoint


EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 2

Segment Three: Adler Aphasia Center

KAREN TUCKER
Exec. Dir., Adler Aphasia Center

ELAINE ADLER
Co-Founder, Adler Aphasia Center

AdlerAphasiaCenter.org
Adler Aphasia Center

201-368-8585
Adler Aphasia Center

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May 25th, 2014
Today we have with us some young teens who are determined to fight domestic and sexual violence in our society. We also will bring you two poets who are about to get on a tandem bicycle and make a journey that will really interest you, especially if you share a love for the written word.

But first, earlier this year, a legislative initiative was introduced, for the NJ Death with Dignity Act, which is now legal in 5 other states. Recent polls show that 62% of New Jersey residents support one's right to death with dignity. Today we have with us Compassion & Choices, a leading advocate for aid-in-dying legislation, often known as Death with Dignity.

Joining us in the studio from Compassion & Choices are Evan Nison, the New Jersey Field Director Debra Dunn, from the NJ Leadership Committee, and Blanche Bailey, Senior Coordinator at the Donald Tucker Community Center.

Segment One: Compassion & Choices

EVAN NISON
NJ Field Dir., Compassion & Choices

DEBRA DUNN, RN
NJ Leadership Comm., Compassion & Choices

BLANCHE BAILEY
Sr. Coord., Donald Tucker Comm. Center

CompassionAndChoices.org
Compassion & Choices

800-247-7421
Compassion & Choice

EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 1

Segment Two: Teens against Violence

ANNA DIAZ-WHITE
Exec. Dir., 180 Turning Lives Around

AISHA BHOORI
Denim Day Volunteer

FRANCESCA VACCARO
Denim Day Volunteer

180nj.org
180 Turning Lives Around

888-264-RAPE (7273)
Sexual Violence Hotline

888-843-9262
Domestic Violence Hotline

888-222-2228
2NDFLOOR Youth Helpline

7online.com/Viewpoint

EMBED </>More News Videos

Viewpoint: Part 2

Segment Three: Type Riders II

MAYA STEIN
Co-founder, Food for the Soul Train

AMY TINGLE
Co-founder, Food for the Soul Train

Food4theSoulTrain.com
Food for the Soul Train

201-259-9801
Food for the Soul Train

EMBED </>More News Videos

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