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Life is a Sacred Journey

Life is a Sacred Journey


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Micheal Pope, CEO, joined ASEB in 1997. She served as Program Director, Director of Development Director, Executive Director and CEO in 2013. In August of this year Micheal added being a radio talk show host on Blog Talk radio. Her talk show “Life is a Sacred Journey” is designed to share with caregivers and others the many aspects of aging. Micheal believes that everyone must contribute if change is to come about. Serving on the board and staff of ASEB is one of the greatest highlights of her life, an honor that brings meaning to her every day. Her two children, provide her with laughter, joy and growth from within. They are the source of her energy.

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Being a parent or a partner does not guarantee care in old age, a profound statement! So, who will advocate for the solo agers? Today we are joined by Carol Barak to help us answer these and many more questions. Carol Marak... more

An overwhelmed procrastinator, frustrated overachiever, and recovering perfectionist herself, Sam Bennett knows all the ways we avoid pursuing our dreams and reaching our goals. She also knows how to ?get it done.? Start... more

End of life care is something we all face, yet too many people are dying in a way they wouldn't choose, leaving loved ones feeling burdened, guilty, and uncertain. While we desire to have our health care wishes honored and not be a burden,... more

Next January 13, a cruise will depart to the Caribbean from Ft. Lauderdale that will provide an opportunity for caregivers of all types to gain knowledge, create new friendships, and deepen relationships with other family members and older... more

This week on on the podcast, we are delighted to welcome Jay Newton-Small. Jay is the co-founder of MemoryWell, which is an online platform that empowers caregivers to provide compassionate and empathetic care. They do this by... more

From childhood on, we're barraged by messages that it's sad to be old. That wrinkles are embarrassing, and old people useless. Author and activist Ashton Applewhite believed them too, until she realized where this prejudice comes... more

Alexandra Crosswell, PhD is a psychological scientist in the UCSF's Center for Health and Community where she studies the effect of stress on health and aging. She is currently studying the effects of the experiences of adult caregivers, and... more

Is there a role for faith-based organizations in providing social support to senior adults? To help us gain an understanding of the increased role religious congregations now play in providing social support to the elderly, we are joined... more

Forget about surviving from pay check to pay check, let's talk about facing daily choices between a meal or medication. 6.4 million of our mothers, fathers, uncles, aunts, grandmothers and grandfathers struggle daily to afford food and rent,... more

There are almost 40 million people aged 65+ in the United States. America's 50 and older population will reach 100 million this year. Anthony Cirillo is a passionate advocate for these caregivers and seniors, helping them lead a... more
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