6-26-21: Transformational Coach ~ Anthony Haskins (original airdate 1-21-21)

This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. Original airdate January 23, 2021:

What is a “Transformational Coach”? We are in the OSJ Radio Studio this week with Anthony Haskins (anthonyhaskins.com) who worked alongside Dr. Phil McGraw on the Dr. Phil Show for nearly 20 Years after going to Law School with Dr. Phil’s Son in Dallas, Texas … Hear Anthony’s Transformational Story that began in Jones, Oklahoma and learn how it’s your birthright to have a extraordinary life! This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM.

Anthony Haskins is a Transformational Coach. Anthony worked alongside Dr. Phil McGraw on the Dr. Phil Show for nearly 20 years and under the mentorship of the world renowned brain scientist, Dr. G. Frank Lawlis, Ph.D., A.B.P.P. -Author of 17 Best Sellers who also appeared on the Dr. Phil Show countless times. Anthony has a Transformational story & was born in Jones, Oklahoma … Anthony has passionately focused his education, practice and now writings on spreading the power to understand, overcome and, in fact, harness the life stress that underlies much of mental illness and human suffering.

Anthony Haskins is the Father of two young girls and is a Dad who plays Barbie’s with his daughters regularly and Anthony’s two daughters asked their Dad to please bring Barbie & Ken to his Radio Interview and they dressed Barbie & Ken appropriately for their on Camera in-Studio photo! Anthony now lives back with his wife JoLynn and young two girls in Jones, Oklahoma after living in LA California for almost 20 years.

Instagram: ahaskins8
Facebook: Anthony Haskins

 

6-19-21: Dr. Germaine Odenheimer is a Geriatric Neurologist, and Herb Magley, former caregiver

In the OSJ Radio Studio’s this Saturday morning 6/19/21 at 9:05am on KZLS The Eagle 🦅 1640 – Dr. Germaine Odenheimer is a Geriatric Neurologist, Professor Emeritus at OU College of Medicine and the inspiration behind the New Alzheimer’s/Dementia Memory Garden, Opening Saturday June 26th at 10am starting at the conservatory in the non-profit Friends of Will Rogers Gardens.

Home made refreshments, ribbon-cutting and a tour of the Memory Gardens will be included in this GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION – June 26, 2021 at 10am. 

Also pictured in the OSJ Radio Studio this Saturday morning is Herb MAGLEY as a former caregiver to his wife & best friend with early onset Alzheimer’s at age 54 Herb was her caregiver for 11 years. Herb let’s us know about 200,000 Oklahomans are either suffering with a dementia or caring for those loved ones with dementia. Herb has started 7 support groups here in Oklahoma City, including 1 for those living with Alzheimer’s. Herb the country giving speeches to thousands of caregivers dealing with various dementias.

Dr. Odenheimer pictured with her mother who was the inspiration behind the Memory Garden.

Dr. Germaine Odenheimer  is a Geriatric Neurologist, Professor Emeritus at OU College of Medicine, Master Gardener and Advocate for those suffering with dementia.  She cared for her mother with dementia who is the inspiration for this garden. She was faculty at University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, University of South Carolina and Harvard Medical School before joining OU College of Medicine to develop a geriatric curriculum for medical students.

She serves as advisor to the State Council on Aging and Long Term Care Ombudsman sub-committee, provides ongoing support to Alzheimer’s support groups and has been named to Oklahoma’s “Healthy Brain Initiative Coalition.”

 

Herb Magley has lost 5 family members to Alzheimer’s, including his best friend and wife, diagnosed at age 54.  Herb was so profoundly affected on their 11-year journey that he became a passionate supporter of Alzheimer’s family caregivers.  At his own cost, he has travelled the country giving speeches of support to thousands of Alzheimer’s caregivers.  He was elected to the local Alzheimer’s Assn Board and serves on the Advocacy Committee, meeting with our legislators to increase research funding to find a cure.  Herb chaired the OKC “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” the major fundraiser for the Alzheimer’s Association, and has started 7 support groups in OKC.

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Where can folks or Businesses give Donations or find out more information about the Memory Garden?

Their website is: https://friendsofwillrogersgardens.org/

Search for “The Friends of Will Rogers Gardens Foundation” and then go to the menu to find the Memory Garden link

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FriendsofWillRogersGardens

​Search for “Will Rogers Memory Garden Ribbon Cutting”

Google: A Memory Garden-The Friends of Will Rogers Garden Foundation

Instagram: @friends.of.wrg

Twitter: @FriendsofWRG

email: friendsofwrgardens@gmail.com

Phone: Peggy Wood 405-206-7568

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Where is this Memory Garden located in Oklahoma City?

Will Rogers Gardens: 3400 NW 36th Street, between Portland Ave and Hefner Parkway (I-44)

(The Memory Garden is to the left after you go through the main entrance of Will Rogers Gardens)

6-12-21: Denise Dickerson “Heaven CAN Wait!”

 

Originally Aired 2/3/18 “Heaven Can Wait” on The Rise and Thrive OSJ Radio Hour with Denise Osborne – Dickerson her story has also aired on channel 4 Produced & Director by Lance West (here’s the link to Lance West’s new streaming show called “Lost in Oklahoma” https://www.facebook.com/lancedangerwest)
 Denise was recently honored by our Oklahoma governor and the TBN also shared her story!

This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Denise Dickerson: “Heaven CAN Wait!” as seen on KFOR Channel 4 with Lance West news on Jan 23rd.

Denise Osborn Dickerson is a resident of Mustang, OK. She was born and raised in the Oklahoma Panhandle and graduated with a degree in Elementary Education in 2003 from Oklahoma Panhandle State University. She is a former 4th grade teacher. Denise is the mother of two sons:  Kyle, who is 28, married, and living in Odessa, TX. And another precious son who perished in a tragic car accident in 2009.  On December 23, 2011, Denise suffered a car accident of her own. She was crushed between two vehicles while stopping to help a stranded family. While lingering between life and death at a trauma center in Amarillo TX, she saw and spoke with her 15 year old son, Kody, in Heaven. Listen to her amazing story!

She lost her foot due to this accident. Eleven months later, Denise walked a distance for the first time since the accident…down the aisle of her wedding to long-time fiancé, Guy Dickerson, who had been with her through the death of Kody and the life-changing accident. She will go through an additional surgery for amputation from the knee down and will be fitted for a new prosthetic this year. Denise speaks publicly about her inspirational story of love, loss, and survival and the impact on her live and faith. She is also an ambassador for the Oklahoma Blood Institute.  Her story has inspired hundreds of others to give the gift of life.

Plus Denise has a private Facebook you can join called “Blissfully Blessed nails by Denise” https://www.facebook.com/groups/2602064046702241

6-5-21: I Am a Family Caregiver PART 2-in studio with my sweet mama Bobbie Gray Diffee-Gunn

“I Am a Family Caregiver: PART 2″ …. in the studio with my sweet mama Bobbie Gray Diffee-Gunn giving out more vital information about being a family caregiver this is our Part Two in our series! This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. 
There are over 240,000+ family caregivers in Oklahoma! OSJ has over 6000 resources for family caregivers — here’s the digital version! Check this out: https://issuu.com/speccreative/docs/osj_fall2019-20_issuu
Me and my mom at lunch after the OSJ radio show at pizzeria gusto great place to eat ask for Megan Hines when you go in tell her you know Robin Gunn! 

Bobbie Gunn was the main caregiver to her husband my dad Gordon Carl Gunn for 8 1/2 years and for five years we had him at the VA center where we visited him almost every day me and my brothers also helped caregiver during the time dad was home.

Phone – call or text: (405) 816-7889