What’s the Purpose of Hospice?

Nancy Proctor has had more than 20 years experience in hospice and Geriatric care. She explains why someone would benefit from hospice, what the eligibility is and how these services are paid for.

Learning from Bedsides of the Dying

When Plato was asked to sum up his life’s work, he simply stated, “Practice dying.” Judith Redwing Keyssar, author of “Last Acts of Kindness,” talks about her extensive experience in the field of palliative care—providing nursing experience along with emotional and spiritual guidance. A must listen to!

Medicare-Understanding the Ins and Outs

Christopher Westfall is an expert on Medicare, Medicare Advantage and Medicare Supplement insurance and trains agents nationwide. He provides an excellent explanation of these options and talks about the effect the Affordable Health Care Act will have on Medicare.

Why Use a Certified Senior Advisor?

A Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) is a specialist in their respective field but have supplemented their knowledge by understanding the multiple processes of aging. Curtis Petersen joins us from the Society of Certified Senior Advisors to tell us more.

Reduce Costs of Alzheimer’s Care

Dr. Ethelle Lord, a pioneer in Alzheimer’s coaching, discusses the newly formed International Caregivers Association (ICA), creating a revolutionary dementia-care program that will reduce the cost of caring for patients with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias while simultaneously improving their quality of life.

Safety Tips for Our Seniors

Albert DeSilver, owner of Visiting Angels homecare in the Bay Area, discusses important safety tips in keeping seniors safe, especially during hot summer days when seniors are more prone to heat stroke and heat-related stress.

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