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Sharky Award Winners, Breaking Down Barriers Radio Show, airs every Thursday between 3 PM To 5 PM Central Time. Listen in for news about what is going on in the Physically And Developmentally Challenged Community. Check out our Facebook site for more information in between shows. Just click on the link. We are hoping to share with you great news for the future, so keep checking back to see our new Announcements.
Thursday 3/21/2019, we will have Scott Baughn on the show to help us celebrate National Multiple Sclerosis month. Scott has been affected by and lives with Multiple Sclerosis. Be sure to mark your calender's
Thursday March 14th, Dr. Janet Tayler, Naturopath and Lynn Barron, Physical Therapist will join us for a discussion and salute to National Nutrition Awareness Month. This promises to be a great show so tune in between 3 and 5 pm. See you there.
Thursday March 7th, Amanda Crowley, Director of the Kidney Foundation of Texas, Development Director Tiffany Archibald and Dr. Cindy Corpier were on to discuss the Mission of the NKF and Kidney Disease. Check it out on the podcast page
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Ever had a pet that makes your life that much better? Courtney Craig of Canine Companions joined us on Breaking Down Barriers and informed us about the wonderful organization that serves the physically and emotionally challenged by pairing dogs with those in need. Learn how this wonderful organization, Canine Companions, is helping change the life of so many. Check out this podcast or any one of the other great shows with informative guest.
****Breaking Down Barriers has moved to a new time and stream at Fishbowl Radio Network. You can now tune in to hear us on Thursday's between 3 pm and 5 pm in the Grey Stream. ********************************************************
To hear previous shows such as our show with Dr. Brenner of the University of North Texas Health Care Science Center and a previous Professer of Yale and Harvard discuss the Opioid Crisis, check out his segment on our podcast page. Also Tom Smith and his associate Bob Thompson talked about Neuromuscular Stimulation as an alternative to opioid medication to control pain. To check out our segment with them and so many others, go to our podcast page and tune in.