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Under Milk Wood

Under Milk Wood

March 21, 2021

I heard this on radio when I was five years old, purchased Dylan Thomas reading it on LP when I was 16.  Now as I hear tales from Dusty of her own Llaregub Australia....

Family Justice Center Ventura

Family Justice Center Ventura

March 16, 2021

To support and improve the lives of those impacted by family violence and trauma.

Together, as a team of more than 35 agencies and 120 volunteers dedicated to a shared, vital cause, we help to reduce trauma, eliminate repeat victimization, mitigate future risks and make a lasting, positive difference in countless lives. Through our welcoming community and comprehensive, holistic services that focus on the whole person, Ventura County FJC empowers and supports survivors of all ages and their families.

Draft discussion of Health and Technology

Draft discussion of Health and Technology

February 19, 2021

File will be edited and available through ABM Respiratory Care

Laughter As Therapy

Laughter As Therapy

January 22, 2021

Laughter can decrease cortisol levels by increasing your intake of oxygen and stimulating circulation throughout the body. Increases endorphins: Endorphins are those “feel-good” chemicals produced by your brain that help boost happiness levels.

For Dan

For Dan

September 1, 2020

Dan will understand. From a play by Peter Fox

Playful Exercises

Playful Exercises

June 28, 2020

Resiliency in the face of adverse childhood and adult experiences is acquired. Mindfulness, meditation, human supportive connections...

Breathe. Laugh. And be happy. Laughter increases the body's production of endorphins, the body's painkillers A laughter yoga practice combines laughter, deep breathing and playful exercises. The practice, designed by Indian doctor Madan Kataria in 1995, combines playful group exercises and deep breathing to promote wellness, happiness and lots of laughter. At first the laughter is simulated, or "voluntary laughter" in yoga-speak, but slowly, as students warm up to each other, it becomes genuine and contagious. Come watch and listen as we meet together to ease anxiety and depression, build unique connections... And laugh....

ACEs Part Two - Clinical, Financial, and Operational

ACEs Part Two - Clinical, Financial, and Operational

June 20, 2020

“There are so many hard things and stressors right now. Not able to pay bills, not enough food to eat, violence, health problems, not feeling safe. We became involved in ACEs because it allow our doctors a tool to start the discussion, to recognize that health also means identifying people you can count on, dependable transportation, a doctor you trust. Each patient has a life story that can affect their health and this program lets us share the difficult parts and decrease the impact on their health.” Dr. Landon

Introduction To ACEs - Why, How, What

Introduction To ACEs - Why, How, What

June 20, 2020

“There are so many hard things and stressors right now. Not able to pay bills, not enough food to eat, violence, health problems, not feeling safe. We became involved in ACEs because it allow our doctors a tool to start the discussion, to recognize that health also means identifying people you can count on, dependable transportation, a doctor you trust. Each patient has a life story that can affect their health and this program lets us share the difficult parts and decrease the impact on their health.” Dr. Landon

The full list of ACEs Aware grantees is available on the ACEs Aware Website.

On The Film Scene with Chris Collins

On The Film Scene with Chris Collins

June 23, 2018

Join Doc Landon in this engaging conversation with Chris Collins. Hockey, broadcasting, and a very special film project are among the topics. From TDC Studios and VACE, Ventura Adult and Continuing Education.

The Human Side of COPD

The Human Side of COPD

June 23, 2018

This is a first-hand look into what its like to have COPD from the human perspective.

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