EP 88: Navigating Disruption While Advocating for Special Needs Children with Ralphielle Green

EP 88: Navigating Disruption While Advocating for Special Ne...

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Today, In the guest is Pastor Ralphielle Green. She says we need to stand up for what we say we stand for.She's the CEO of Inclusive Early Child Care, LLC in Columbia, SC. She is an educator and advocate for special needs children and their families. Her non profit organization is for preschool children with Special Needs. She offers help to all parents of children with disabilities.She has been volunteering at numerous agencies since high school, including  DJJ, nursing homes, CASA, OVS, Citizens Panel Review, YWCA, Sistercare, Family Connections, and Meals on Wheels. She was a mentor for Fort Gordan Cadets and a Girl School volunteer and Leader for 17 years. She won the 2016  Volunteer of the Year award over twenty-two counties in South Carolina. She attended Columbia Bible College but completed my Educational and Biblical degrees at Liberty University. I am an ordained minister through the Ecumenical Church of Columbia.Most people know me to have a kind personality. I love working with people of all ages from multiple backgrounds.As an SC Endeavors certified trainer. She trains child care professionals, helps parents advocate for their child, provides parents with support, resources, and help to find quality childcare. She conducts free parent training and offers parent help with IFSP, IEP, and 504 preparation.Questions I AskedWhy is volunteering one of your favorite pastime activities?Why is the Girl Scouts organization important to you?What is your superpower and how has it helped you to overcome challenges and succeed?What insights have you learned about yourself on your journey to greatness?Why is self-leadership important to achieving our goals?What does courage look and feel like to you?What are some stereotypes the public needs to dismantle when it comes to children and adults with disabilities?and so much more...In This Episode, You'll LearnHow her family supported her when she was diagnosed with Lupus at the age of 15Why she feels her Lupus diagnosis was good for her and her familyThe impact she had as a Girl Scout LeaderHow her Lupus diagnosis helped her to be a better personHow her ability to be objective helps her to connect with people and be less judgmentalThe benefits she's gained from being exposed to diverse peopleThe betrayal that she needed to forgive herself for to move forwardThe role our personal integrity plays on the level of self-trust we have in ourselvesand so much more...Contact Ralphielle GreenWebsiteFacebookLinkedIn Subscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioMusic Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Support the show (https://paypal.me/jackiecapersbrown?locale.x=en_US)
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Today, In the guest is Pastor Ralphielle Green. She says we need to stand up for what we say we stand for.She's the CEO of Inclusive Early Child Care, LLC in Columbia, SC. She is an educator and advocate for special needs children and their families. Her non profit organization is for preschool children with Special Needs. She offers help to all parents of children with disabilities.She has been volunteering at numerous agencies since high school, including  DJJ, nursing homes, CASA, OVS, Citizens Panel Review, YWCA, Sistercare, Family Connections, and Meals on Wheels. She was a mentor for Fort Gordan Cadets and a Girl School volunteer and Leader for 17 years. She won the 2016  Volunteer of the Year award over twenty-two counties in South Carolina. She attended Columbia Bible College but completed my Educational and Biblical degrees at Liberty University. I am an ordained minister through the Ecumenical Church of Columbia.Most people know me to have a kind personality. I love working with people of all ages from multiple backgrounds.As an SC Endeavors certified trainer. She trains child care professionals, helps parents advocate for their child, provides parents with support, resources, and help to find quality childcare. She conducts free parent training and offers parent help with IFSP, IEP, and 504 preparation.Questions I AskedWhy is volunteering one of your favorite pastime activities?Why is the Girl Scouts organization important to you?What is your superpower and how has it helped you to overcome challenges and succeed?What insights have you learned about yourself on your journey to greatness?Why is self-leadership important to achieving our goals?What does courage look and feel like to you?What are some stereotypes the public needs to dismantle when it comes to children and adults with disabilities?and so much more...In This Episode, You'll LearnHow her family supported her when she was diagnosed with Lupus at the age of 15Why she feels her Lupus diagnosis was good for her and her familyThe impact she had as a Girl Scout LeaderHow her Lupus diagnosis helped her to be a better personHow her ability to be objective helps her to connect with people and be less judgmentalThe benefits she's gained from being exposed to diverse peopleThe betrayal that she needed to forgive herself for to move forwardThe role our personal integrity plays on the level of self-trust we have in ourselvesand so much more...Contact Ralphielle GreenWebsiteFacebookLinkedIn Subscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Amazon TuneIn | iHeartRadioMusic Credit:Success  - Adobe MusicSubscribe to Podcast: Apple Itunes | Spotify | Support the show (https://paypal.me/jackiecapersbrown?locale.x=en_US)
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