What is a Podcast?
A Podcast is a digital audio file, typically an MP3 file, made available on the Internet for downloading to a computer or portable media player, typically available as a series, new installments of which can be received by subscribers automatically.

How Can I Listen to a Podcast?
Podcasting is a form of audio broadcasting on the Internet. The reason it became linked with the iPod in name was because people download the broadcasts (audio shows) to listen to on their iPods. However you don’t have to listen to podcasts only on iPods. Today you can listen to a Podcast on your Smartphone, your Tablet, IPad, Laptop or Desktop. Standard music software such as Windows built-in Media Player or iTunes for mac will allow you to play a Podcast.

And next thing, you can listen to a Podcast at home, in your car, at the gym, or a boring office meeting!

How Can I Sign-Up for Notification of Latest Listen for Change Podcasts?
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How can I listen to the Listening Project conversations?
All OHEL’s Listen for a Change Podcasts are available on ITunes.Search for “Listen for a Change”

All OHEL’s Listen for a Change Podcasts are available on our website at http://www.ohelfamily.org/podcasts

All OHEL’s Listen for a Change Podcasts are available on our blog at http://www.ohelfamily.org/blog

Social Media
All OHEL’s Listen for a Change Podcasts are available on our social media sites:

How Can I Have My Conversation Recorded by OHEL?
OHEL invites members of the community who wish to consider sharing a personal story or fascinating insights to contact the Listen for a Change Project Team below.Perhaps you know someone else with a fantastic story that you feel would be enriching to others. There may be something that you’ve always wanted to discuss with someone close to you. Or maybe you’d just like to celebrate happy moments in your life, or reflect on memories of a dearly departed friend. The opportunities of insightful conversation are endless.

Please contact either:
Executive Producer Derek Saker, OHEL Director of Communications
718-686-3333 derek_saker@ohelfamily.org

Clinical Director Dr. Hindie Klein, OHEL Director of Clinical Projects
718-686-3322 hindle_klein@ohelfamily.org

What kind of conversations form part of OHEL’s Listen for a Change?
OHEL’s Listen for a Change has already recorded many fascinating conversation from individuals with mental illness who are dating to wives whose husbands are in jail for white collar crime. From never-married singles in their early forties, to adults in their fifties who have mid mid-life career changes.

This project is about creating a safe and comfortable space for individuals in the community to have the conversation many always sought to have.