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Join Host Star Staubach of Stellar Evolution Coaching as she welcomes Diane Walker as the special guest for this show. We will be talking about how we can support those who are caring for aging parents. Key to our discussion will be finding balance, resources, and quality time to enjoy life.
“It’s time for a change! Whether dealing with a sudden diagnosis, caring for aging parents, or actually moving through the experience of death, a willingness for open communication, a shift in perception, and understanding options brings empowerment.” - Diane Walker on the mission of her work. Diane Walker, A Life Transition Coach and Educator, has been facilitating others to live more fully through authentic self-expression for over 25 years. For the past 10 years she has specialized in helping people LIVE through the transition we call “death”, a path given to her while assisting her parents during their aging and illnesses; into and through their deaths. She found that experience to be one of the most challenging passages of her life, and at the same time, a most life-giving and privileged opportunity. Diane approaches life holistically and naturally, tending to mind, body, emotion, and spirit.
The 'Sandwich Generation; is a generation of people who care for their aging parents while supporting their own children. According to the Pew Research Center, just over 1 of every 8 Americans aged 40 to 60 is both raising a child and caring for a parent, in addition to between 7 to 10 million adults caring for their aging parents from a long distance. US Census Bureau statistics indicate that the number of older Americans aged 65 or older will double by the year 2030, to over 70 million.
My guest today is Sue Wallace, owner of Assisted Services and a Certified Senior Advisor. Sue has been providing services to families for more than a decade an a half, and is passionate about enabling seniors to stay in their chosen environment as long as possible with the dignity they deserve.
So, what do you need to know about caregiving, legal issues, healthcare, and more? Tune in to find out.
Sue Wallace http://www.suecsa.com http://www.AssistedServices.com
Plaid for Women Radio is talk radio for women. We don't talk about 'typical' talk radio topics - we talk about the Business of Life.
Join us as we explore relationships, work, communication, behavior, time management, sexuality and more.
Join Marnie and guest expert, Missy Buchanan, author of Living with Purpose in a Worn-Out Body, Talking with God in Old Age, Don't Write my Obituary Just Yet, Aging Faithfully, and My Story, My Song-- the book she wrote with Robin Roberts of Good Morning America and her mother, Lucimarian, and her latest release, Joy Boosters.
Your stomach is tightening, your sweating or having anxiety attacks over "The Conversation." Here are ten tips on how to introduce the topics of legal, financial, healthcare, caregiving, selling the home, moving, i.e. The roles are changing, you are in charge.
Are you caring for your parents? One of the realities of all of us living longer is that there's a high likelihood that we will play some role in helping our parents deal with aging. in this episode I will be speaking with Lori La Bey, an expert in the field of caregivers of patients and parents with Alzheimers and dementia. In addition to professional expertise, Lori has been caring for her mother who has had Alzheimers for the past 30 years. Lori will have plenty of inspiration, ins
Taking care of aging parents can take a big toll on your finances. The sandwich generation is now caring for both young children as well as aging parents. Most of them are also working full time.
Join Flex Hour Jobs as we talk about the challenges many of us face trying to care for the elders and still maintain active employment.
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Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., on Giving Grief a Voice
As aging baby boomers, many of us are or have been, caregivers to our parents or spouses. We have much to learn not only about what community resources and tools we need as caregivers but also how to manage our own aging issues. How do we plan to age well?
Join me and my guest Cheryl Acres RN, CCM, Geriatric Case Manager,to get the answers to these and other concerns on this pressing and inevitable topic we will face.
Ms. Acres has been an RN for over 34 years, and in 1998, obtained her national certification as a case manager (CCM). Her clinical practice experience includes acute care and home health care. Her case management practice settings have included group health insurance, home health care, Workers’ Compensation, disability management and consulting. Ms. Acres areas of practice include geriatrics, brain injuries, spinal cord injury, chronic illnesses, complex medical/surgical cases, wound care, oncology and transplants.
As a case manager, Ms. Acres is an advocate for clients and their families as they transition through the healthcare maze
How are the grandchildren taking the illness of their grandparent?
Scared, crying and nightmares may occur if they are not kept informed. They may not understand the the entire situation.
Kenna Barron, a respected Lixensed ProfessionalCounselor with her M.A. will discussthe 5 Things to Discuss With Children About Aging Loved Ones. She has been practicing for well we not discuss how long but close to my 30 years. Lets put it this way, we have both have earned every wrinkle.
Tune for an informative and fun discussion
David Solie, author of "How to Say It to Seniors: Closing the Communication Gap with Our Elders" will join me, as he shares strategies and tips on communicating more effectively with your aging parents. Experience has taught him that many listeners will have an "ah ha" moment regarding an older parent that will forever change the course of their relationship with this person. If you want to experience your "ah ha", as I did while reading his book, join us.
What if your parent has to be admitted to the hospital unexpectedly? The hospital wants the Medical Power of Attorney, you start shaking because you have know idea what it is or where it might be.
In my book The Caring Code: What Boomers Need to Know About Seniors, there is a list of 25 documents you should have available. However, not all or these need to be prepared by an attorney.
My guest, the extremely knowledgeable Attorney at Law, Kathleen Negri specialist in Elder Law, Estate Planning and Probate.
Wow, this will be the best detailed informative conversation that no Boomer should miss it.
Are you scared and confused about where to turn? Most likely you have never been in the role of caregiving for your parents, it is a role reversal. Your parents always took care of you and now you need to take care of them.
Where do you start? Karen Owen-Lee, "The Senior Expert"has the answers for you! With 30 years in addition to a B.S. & M.S. in Gerontology she is knowledgeable and has a passion to help Boomers come up with a plan. A plan that will provide safety and dignity.
Tune in for some life changing advice
Join me as I talk with Shelly Young from the Alzheimer's Association and Priscilla Oglevie with Lakewood Village. Both women not only work in the senior care industry, but both women care for their aging parents. This segment talks about hints, tips and tools for caring for an aging parent AND caring for yourself. We're also going to talk about local resources, what others can do to help you, and the most important thing you need to know when caring for an aging parent.