This week on ‘Today’s Inspiring Women‘ we have two women who will share how to be resilient. To be resilient you need to be strong and flexible with the ability to recover. Our first guest is Marti MacGibbon whose life story is like a Hollywood thriller, Â and comedy all rolled into one. She has bounced back from being trafficked to Tokyo and held by Japanese crime figures. She escaped but it left her traumatized, homeless and on drugs. Today Marti shares her sure fire tips on how to overcome adversity and change your life. Â Our second guest is Dr Princess Fumi Hancock who is an African Princess. Princess Fumi was being groomed to carry on the royal tradition however she had other dreams of being a book author and movie screenwriter. She has won an Oscar and written over 11 books, 4 have become best sellers. Princess Fumi will share how to find and ignite your inner genius. She will also be sharing how to fight the inner demons of doubt and negative thought. Two great women- a powerful show not to miss.
Tune in for a new episode on The American Heroes Network “VSCOA PAWS Service & Companion Dog Training Program” onÂ Tuesday July 8th at 8 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.
VSCOA PAWS Service & Companion Dog Training Program is fundamentally transforming how we serve our disabled veterans and Wounded Warriors who have become homeless at Camp Royal Oak.Â Veterans who come to Camp Royal Oak are now offered several opportunities that can result in them receiving pre-vocational skills, a career path and or a way to serve their fellow brother and sister veterans.Â In addition all dogs in our programs are rescue dogs.
VSCOA PAWS Service & Companion Dog Training Program offers two very different Service Dog Training programs that a veteran can get involved with while staying at Camp Royal Oak.
âTrain a Trainerâ or âTATâ is a Therapeutic Vocational Education & Training Program that the VSCOA PAWS Program offers to the disabled veterans and Wounded Warriors we serve at Camp Royal Oak.
This unique first of its kind program offers qualified veterans staying at Camp Royal Oak the opportunity to obtain pre-vocational skills that could help lead a veteran to become a fully certified Companion- Service Dog Trainer or more.Â Â Veterans that enroll for the âTATâ program are taught to train Companion- Service Dogs for disabled heroes such as Combat Veterans and First Responders that suffer with PTSD and or Traumatic Brain Injuries known as TBIâs.
It has been said that we are only a generation away from forgetting our history. Disabled American Veterans struggle every day to overcome life-changing sacrifices. Their stories provides a vital part of history that has contributed to our American tradition. American Heroes Network provides a way for individuals, corporations and small businesses to support our Heroes by helping our veterans and their families rebuild their lives. They help aim our veterans, looking for jobs, in the right direction, help provide homes for our troops, assisting individuals and their families who have been severely injured while serving in the U.S. military and providing scholarships for families of our Fallen Heroes. This will be a weekly hour long show joined by our military heroes and people and organizations that make a difference. American Heroes Network airs live Tuesdays at 8 AM Pacific, powered by Voice America Variety.