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The Child Welfare Information Gateway Podcast shares the innovations, lessons, and perspectives from those working to improve child welfare system. Our mission is to help adoption, foster care, and child safety caseworkers by exploring new ideas and practices making a difference in the lives of children, youth and families. Child Welfare Information Gateway is a service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
 
Save A Pooch is all about rescue dog welfare. With an informative yet humorous tone, the good, the bad, cute, and the ugly will be addressed. Episode topics can range from: how to improve fosters' and adopters' experience with rescues; how to improve rescues' well-being and heal their trauma; what are some of the opportunities for rescues; rescue success stories; how to spot a reputable or fake rescue organization, what determines a healthy human-animal bond and much, much more!
 
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The government has a wide range of programs that can assist with the material needs of the family. But what about the heart, mind, and soul? Why not leave your family's care in the hands of God who can take care of it all. The purpose of this podcast is to help facilitate your assistance of all needs by reminding you of God's Words.
 
If you feel that you are being watched, it may well be that you are. Surveillance is an ever growing feature of 21st century life in countries across the world, raising issues of social justice, security and community. The tracks on this album explore how forms and practices of surveillance reveal the entanglements between welfare, crime and society and the tensions and overlaps between policies aimed at delivering social welfare and those intended to control crime. The material is drawn fro ...
 
Pat Derby's PAWScasts: the latest updates from the Performing Animal Welfare Society's captive wildlife sanctuaries. Elephants: Maggie's transition from the Anchorage Zoo, Nicholas' bull habitat construction, "Bucks for Bulls" and news of Annie, Becky, Mara, Ruby, Wanda and Lulu. Updates on the bears, tigers, lions, monkeys and all the rest of PAWS' residents. Latest updates from Pat Derby and Ed Stewart regarding wild animals in captivity.
 
A monthly podcast bringing you the latest information to help build stronger relationships with our animal companions, enhance training, assist shelter animals, and address other important issues related to animal welfare and training. If you are like us who love, live, and work with animals, this is the show for you! Please enjoy! Please contact us or find more information at Facebook page "Constructional Approach to Animal Welfare and Training" or email us at caawtcontact@gmail.com
 
In the child welfare context, professional development coaching leads to improvements in practice, quality of work, and an agency’s success in working with children and families by: improving systemic implementation of practice; creating positive changes in behavior; and embedding professional development.
 
These podcasts are recordings from a programme of events hosted by LSE Department of International Development in September 2020, arising out of three years of research on Contracting Welfare Services to NGOs in China. It was funded by the ESRC and comprises an international team of researchers from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences, Beijing Normal University and University of New South Wales. The research was carried out over five locations in China and focused on three ...
 
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This episode features United Nations photographer Olivia Pritchard and her upcoming new book “MUTTS” which aims to show people who haven't considered adopting a rescue pet or mystery mixed breed – that mutts have just as many unique, lovable, and desirable qualities as pedigree pups. Olivia will share her experience as a United Nations photographer…
 
This episode focuses on Washington State’s approach to providing kinship support services. The conversation describes how the State’s kinship support is operated by the State’s Aging and Long-Term Support Administration and provides some of its services through a one-time stipend to help new kinship families meet basic needs. This episode also spen…
 
Today, we have a very special and different episode. Just a few weeks ago, CUDDLY attended the Best Friends National Conference 2022, in North Carolina. It’s been virtual for the last couple of years, so it was an amazing opportunity to finally be able to meet in person. Since we know not everyone was able to be present, we decided to bring on the …
 
Rescue can look very different from state to state, but internationally, it can be something else entirely. Razane Khatib, President and Founder of Alyarz Pet Club Association, joins us today to share how APC got started in one of the world’s darkest times and became the first Lebanon rescue to work with CUDDLY, while taking a look at the reality o…
 
Our guest today is Meagan Licari, president of Puppy Kitty New York City. A 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, that focuses its efforts on injured, sick, or homeless cats and kittens on the streets of NYC, that has saved thousands of animals since its start in 2014. Meagan jumps on board to talk about what rescue has looked like over the last coupl…
 
This episode features a group of kinship-centered services and programs from Rhode Island. The State’s Department of Children, Youth, and Families created a separate team dedicated to family search and engagement that identifies and attempts to create relationships with family members or those with connections to children and youth. The department …
 
It’s rare to get the opportunity to talk to a rescue that has been in direct path of war and destruction and that’s why we are so honored to have Charlotte Maxwell-Jones today, to talk about her experiences over the past year, in Kabul, running the only emergency clinic in the country, and the realities that her rescue faces every day. Charlotte is…
 
Our guest today is Danielle Zuck, Development and Marketing Director at Dorchester Paws, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of animals in Dorchester County, South Carolina. She joins us to reflect on the evolution of animal welfare over the decades, as well as the steps they are taking forward to better their community and help more a…
 
Today, we have a very special episode, with Amy Peterson. Senior Fundraising Consultant at CUDDLY, and Bridget and Sydney’s good friend. In this episode, Amy shares her experience in animal rescue and fundraising, while also giving her views on programs like the FFA. She also talks about her background, the lesson’s she’s learned, and how CUDDLY ha…
 
Becoming and thriving as a foster or adoptive parent can present many challenges. Child welfare agencies dedicate time and resources to train prospective foster and adoptive parents to manage the challenges and develop parenting skills to support children and youth within the child welfare system. These children and youth may have experienced traum…
 
It can be hard work to remain committed to saving animals because it can be really sad, stressful, and unpredictable. The truth is, we can’t save animals if we don’t take care of each other first. Malory Skaugen, Co-Founder and working board member of The Happy Pet Project, joins us for the second time to talk about compassion fatigue, the importan…
 
How do the fashion industry and rescue relate to each other? Be ready to find out! Today we are joined by Emily Dyson, President and Founder of Waldo’s Rescue Pen, and her Director of Operations, Jennifer Nevin, to discuss best practices, adoption, social marketing, and cultivating long-term supporters while having started their journey just a few …
 
In this episode, we share Sammy's journey of finding his forever home. Sammy was a dog that loved people. However, he was engaging in behaviors that prevented him from getting adopted. He would excessively jump inside his enclosure and when interacting with people. But all he wanted was affection from people. So, we used Constructional Affection to…
 
There is a belief that dogs are the ones in need of behavioral training. The truth is, it is for them just as much as it is for us. And this is fundamental. Terah Gisolo joins us today to talk about how training really works, by sharing with us her two decades of experience in animal welfare doing everything from fostering and networking, to shelte…
 
The streets of Honduras are filled with anonymous dogs waiting for someone to notice them and find out their names. Diana Gutierrez has made this her mission. Diana is the founder and president of Fundación Perros Sin Nombre. She joins us today to talk about how she started from the simple, yet powerful idea of tackling the starvation issue with an…
 
In this episode, we will discuss how rescue dog adopters can increase their success as canine parents. Unfortunately, there are many adopters that end up returning the dog to the shelter for various reasons. In the case where the adopter just didn't feel a connection, is there a way to address that? Should the connection always be immediate or does…
 
Elizabeth & Tim McVicker, presidents of Shadow Husky Rescue, join us today to talk about their experiences, their knowledge about the breed, and how they were brought together by their passion for huskies, which paved the way for the rescue. Shadow Husky Rescue’s mission is to rescue huskies that are displaced, unwanted, abused, lost, abandoned, or…
 
This episode focuses on Away From Home, a report developed by Think Of Us to understand the perspectives, attitudes, and experiences of young people with recent histories in institutional placements, and to understand their beliefs around reforming or ending institutional placements.The conversation in this episode dives into the findings and recom…
 
There is a group of people who dedicate themselves to caring for neonatal and special care baby kittens; the ones shelters cannot hold overnight and the ones other rescues don't want because their care is too extensive or expensive. Caroline Grace, Founder and Director of Baby Kitten Rescue, is one of these people, and today, she will be sharing he…
 
In this episode, we explore the application of Constructional Affection to other species, such as equines, tortoises, birds, etc! To get us started, Sean and Maasa are discussing the conjugate reinforcement schedule and several questions to consider: When is it ideal to use Constructional Affection? How can we program our affection as a reinforcer?…
 
Today we are joined by Markelle Pineda, founder, and president of SAFE Rescue Team. A California-based, volunteer-powered non-profit dedicated to rescuing homeless, neglected, and abandoned animals from certain euthanasia and finding them loving forever homes. At SAFE, they work very hard to educate communities about responsible pet parenting so th…
 
What is it like caring for special needs, neonatal, or abused animals? What would you do if you found a soul with a rare condition and didn’t know who to ask for help? How could social media help with this? Today, Co-Founder Megan Mannarelli-Martin joins us to talk about Rafiki’s Rescue, an Orange County, 501(c)3 non-profit, that works to rehabilit…
 
There is an animal nation, and that is a nation that has no borders, for every animal life counts. Crystal Carson, co-founder and executive director of Rescuers Without Borders, joins us today to share the amazing story behind her rescue, the desperate situation in Turkey that inspired her, and what she’s learned along the way by helping over 850 d…
 
This episode features a conversation with Aysha E. Schomburg, J.D., associate commissioner, Children's Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Nearly one year after her appointment by the Biden administration, Commissioner Schomburg released a vision for the Children's Bureau, with its highest…
 
Thousands of adoptable dogs are killed in the United States. Many of the dogs rescued by Hounds in Pounds are cases that no one else will take. Cat Suzuki, Director and Founder of Hounds in Pounds, joins us today to talk about the animal welfare situation within Georgia and New Jersey and what we can do about it. HIP has a multi-faceted approach to…
 
We have been going to our local animal shelter and working with their dogs for a while now! So, we wanted to share stories of three dogs that we got to work with: Ryder, Carmel, and Shelby. You will hear how the Constructional Approach helped them learn desirable behaviors to ask for and receive our interaction and affection, which is critical for …
 
Today we are joined by Dr. Aaron Tabor, Founder and President of No Baby Blisters, to discuss his efforts to help children, grandparents, and pets from around the world, his inspiration behind his organization, the negative effects of social censorship, and creating awareness for real change. No Baby Blisters is a recognized IRS 501(c)(3) non-profi…
 
Brazil has the second-largest stray population in the world. The country’s socio-economic and political factors have made addressing the stray problem a challenge. Tatiana Brunette, Founder of United Animal Rescue, joins us today to talk about the animal welfare situation in Brazil and what we can do about it. United Animal Rescue is a group of ani…
 
Approximately 6.3 million pets end up in shelters each year in the United States. Grace Kay, Founder and President of Their Lives Matter, joins us today to discuss how Their Lives Matter is helping to tackle the problem. Their Lives Matter is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to saving the lives of unwanted animals through adoption and fost…
 
In celebration of our 100th episode, From Tip to Tail is featuring a very special guest – CUDDLY’s own CEO, John Hussey. What started as an idea and a desire to support the animal rescue community has blossomed into CUDDLY, the only crowdfunding platform designed specifically for animal welfare organizations worldwide. CUDDLY proudly supports hundr…
 
With rescue organizations constantly facing funding challenges, coming up with campaign ideas can be difficult. For City Dogs & City Kitties Rescue, creativity doesn't run short. In fact, they successfully completed a #BettyWhiteChallenge with tremendous support. CDCK also partnered with local Washington DC artists with a win-win campaign. In this …
 
"Engaging Fathers – Putting Lessons Into Practice" is a three-part series to share strategies implemented from three of the five State or county agencies: Los Angeles County, California; Hartford, Connecticut; and Prowers County, Colorado. Part three focuses on the strategies developed within Prowers County.The Fathers and Continuous Learning in Ch…
 
In part 2 of our interview with Dr. Susan Friedman, we have a thought-provoking discussion about the contributions, similarities, and differences the Constructional Approach has with other approaches to training and other behavior analytic approaches. Please enjoy as we explore this approach from its philosophic implication to its influence on real…
 
Niccalina Santilli, co-founder of Tiny N Tall rescue, joins us today to discuss how rescue differs for small and giant dog breeds, the importance of education, and how having a kind, non-judgemental approach to rescue has helped Tiny N Tall thrive. Tiny N Tall Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non for profit organization comprised of volunteers dedicated to pr…
 
Rabbits are the third most popular pet in the US, but few understand their emotional needs and how to care for them. Suzanne Greif, director of River Road Rabbit Rescue, joins us today to discuss how to best care for these animals and what you need to know before adopting one. River Road Rabbit Rescue is a nonprofit organization in Ohio that strive…
 
Taking animals off the street and trying to save lives isn’t always a priority in rural areas of the United States. Seeing so many homeless cats in her area pushed Angela to do something about it. Angela Clay, executive director of Paws for a Cause Cat Rescue, joins us today to share her experience and lessons learned from the field. Paws for a Cau…
 
“Engaging Fathers – Putting Lessons Into Practice” is a three-part series to share strategies implemented from three of the five State or county agencies: Los Angeles County, California; Hartford, Connecticut; and Prowers County, Colorado. Part one focuses on the strategies developed within Hartford, Connecticut. The following individuals are featu…
 
Running an animal rescue efficiently is not easy. Responding to thousands of adoption applications, catering to the needs of different demographics, and making sure animals are healthy and happy are just a few of the many challenges rescues face. Eve Bañuelos, president and founder of Pups Without Borders, joins us today to discuss the mindset her …
 
Happy New Year, everyone! We are kicking off our first episode of 2022 with an interview with Dr. Susan Friedman! In this first part of two episodes, Dr. Friedman describes her passion for behavior analysis, the contingencies that motivate people to continue learning and growing in this field, and the importance of adopting this animal training phi…
 
Every year natural disasters impact human and animal lives around the globe. Although they are inevitable, how we respond can make all the difference. Mike Merrill, founder and executive director of Florida Urgent Rescue, joins us today to share his rescue and disaster relief experience. Mike discusses how to properly prepare for natural disasters,…
 
This episode is about shining a light on the fact that rescue dogs not only need us; we also need rescuing with the help of support dogs. With enough education and awareness, this mutual relationship can help us and dogs thrive as we were meant to! “Paws for Love” is a show premiered on DOGTV, that follows Nashville couple Sean and Christina Conlon…
 
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