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"A native of Winter Park, Florida, Sophia Shahnami is an E-Discovery and Litigation Manager for The Law Office of Mark Rasch in Bethesda, Maryland. She is a passionate advocate of fraud prevention. Through educating individuals faced with disabilities and our senior citizens, Sophia is determined to help educate the consumers most frequently targeted by scams on ways they can safeguard their finances, their medical information, and personal information. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics with a minor in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida. In 2010, she published a peer reviewed scientific article on human episodic memory and aging. She has contributed to articles for StorefrontBacktalk, a news site reporting on information technology, e-commerce, and the law as well as an ABA manual on reporting cyber crimes. In 2011, she helped create and teach a graduate course on cyber security and cyber crimes taught by Mark Rasch."
There was a time when our elders lived with family until their home going. Even when there was no room in the home, we made room. The breakdown of the family has almost made caring for our family a thing of the past. Now we have elder care, nursing homes and assisted living. Many of our family members are being mistreated, even abused in these settings. We will be discussing how to detect abuse as well as ways to prevent abuse. In addition scamming elders out of there money is on the rise. Tips about how to keep your elderly family safe from financial predators will also be an important part of our discussion.
The Series Elderly in America: The Forgotten Generation continues into its second brodcast. Tonights show is entitled. "Elderly Abuse: America's Secret,"
Tonight we discuss a subject that MOST folk DO NOT wanna talk about or deal with. The Elder society is one of the fastest growing races in america and is also one of the worse treated.
Discriminated against, abused, neglected!
Join Tony as He tries to help us realise how it feels to be "Elderly in America"..
Listen at (323) 784-9638
Hosted by Berneda Earle -- Living life involves many challenges. Our focus will be on dating, marriage, divorce, spirtual well-being; alternative lifestyles, gay relatives and many more subjects. We will be exchanging viewpoints and some solutions.
Join us this evening as we discuss trafficking of the elderly and how RICO applies not only to this, but to the subsequent grand larceny that occurs after the elder has been abducted by state actors.
Probate court is nothing more than the legalization of grand larceny. Lives are destroyed, estates looted all under the supervision of corrupt probate judges.
Our elders who have assets are being abducted by the state and held hostage while the estate is plundered by the predators. This is simply another form of human trafficking done for the sole purpose of profiting from the larceny in personal estates.
The same judges, the same predatory guardians, the same attorneys, the same APS agents and Social Services personnel.....all appear time after time in hundreds of cases. This is no co-incidence.........this is organized crime!
Many of us are approaching the time when we are assisting in caring for an elderly loved one. Angie McClure, Director of Community Relations at RidgeView/MeadowView and 2013 President-CR Elderly Consortium, will discuss the importance of early education and understanding the levels of care, what they cost, how they are paid for and why it’s so important to do this research BEFORE you need it.
“Our hopes and dreams for families are to have strong, functioning relationships worth reproducing … relationships treasured and remembered by generations to come ...” (Rhonda Caudell). Sadly, very often these relationships are fractured and estranged, and all involved feel hopeless and helpless. Our guest today, Rhonda Caudell, will provide guidance to help us navigate this seemingly endless maze, helping baby boomers assist their aging parents, and at the same time pass down a legacy of attachment for our own children.
Rhonda Caudell, RN, CCM, CGCM is an elderly parent care coach, elder advocate, and author. Mrs. Caudell consults with seniors and caregivers of elderly parent(s) or elderly family members. Most of her clients are baby boomers caring for elderly parents, and they don't have the time, energy, or knowledge of how to care for their aging parent(s). Mrs. Caudell can help them navigate the maze of medical and non-medical care and find resources and solutions while providing geriatric care managment. http://endlesslegacy.com
We continue our interview with Kelli Reynolds, a Wycliffe Bible translator stationed in Indonesia and working with the Yetfa language. You'll want to be sure and be with us as we discuss Lesson Seven in our study of the Book of Ruth. Helen Martin is back for her second visit as co-host and shares with us her special ministry. She gives some good advice for the care of the elderly.
NYC BASED COMEDIAN NANCY LOMBARDO MIXES IT UP WITH A CORNUCOPIA OF COMEDY, MUSIC, MAYHEM AND SURPRISE CELEBRITY CALL IN GUEST. CD "COLOR ME CRAZY" AVAILABLE ON CD BABY.
Harmon Leon is the author of six books, including: The Harmon Chronicles, Republican Like Me, The Infiltrator, National Lampoon’s Road Trip USA, and The American Dream. His stories have appeared in Esquire, National Geographic, Salon, Huffington Post, NPR’s, This American Life, Details, Maxim, SF Chronicle, Penthouse, Cosmopolitan, and Wired .Harmon has performed comedy around the world, including the Edinburgh, Melbourne, Dublin, Vancouver, and Montreal Comedy Festivals. He's appeared on The Howard Stern Show, Last Call With Carson Daly, Penn & Teller’s Bullshit, Spike TV, VH1, FX, as well as the BBC. Harmon also costarred with the infamous OJ Simpson on a hidden camera reality show called Juiced! He's produced video content for Current TV, FX, Fox Family Channel, VH1, National Lampoon, and Strike TV. Currently, he works as a photojournalist for Incredible Features. Harmon is low in sodium and perfect for the elderly. www.harmonleon.com
The Total Assault on the Black Community On Hosted by Ramisous and Dr. Randy Short Special Guests Elaine Riddick raped and impregnated at 13 then forcibly sterilized at the age of 14 by the state of North Carolina she is the leading proponent to end forced sterilization of women Champions reparations for sterilization victims She is a major pro-life speak in America Rev. Edward Pinkney is the founder of the Benton Harbor Black Autonomy Network Community Organization Pinkney has fought the undemocratic take-over of benton Harbor and the Whirpool Corporation Former Benton Harbor NAACP Chapter President was illegally stripped of his post jailed and now in protest of corruption has a national program that has convinced over 7,000 people to burn their NAACP membership cards Pinkney also fights illegal government experimentation on targeted individuals Mr. George McGregor is the greatest living surviving percussionist of the Detroit Sound that captured the world in the 1960s and 1970s He was Motown's first drummer He is classically trained and has composed over 90 original songs George produced Edwin Starr George Clinton the Red Hot Chili Peppers and played on more hit records than any living percussionists George's best known hit is Its All Over Cassanova which sold over 1 million records George has played on recordings for Jackie Wilson Tony Bennett Del Shannon Chi-lites Johnny Taylor and many more
Fate can strike entrepreneurs in the strangest of ways. Just ask Lenny Verkhoglaz and Mila Feldman, a married couple whose unexpected Valentine’s Day experience nearly a decade ago has given way to a successful business venture now expanding nationwide.
“Cupid’s arrow really struck us in an unforeseen way that Valentine’s Day,” remembers Feldman. “One of our elderly neighbors was alone in her home after her daughter went on vacation — she needed a helping hand. My husband Lenny and I offered to stay with her and spent Valentine’s in her home helping her out, sleeping on a floor mattress in case she needed help in the middle of the night. That experience transformed us.”
It also touched Mila’s brother, Alex Feldman, who co-owns Executive Care along with the couple. He entered the picture on Valentine’s Day 2003 to take care of his young nieces while Lenny and Mila cared for their homebound elderly neighbor. After that fateful evening, the three adults collectively felt a strong desire to figure out how to provide the kind of high-quality personal and medical services far too many elderly men and women go without. They started Executive Care one year later as a way to provide a full range of in-home care services to individuals and their families.
Executive Care offers services that help families often overwhelmed with the responsibility of providing care to a loved one — all while ensuring the patient remains in the comfort of his or her own home.
We are meeting with Mila Feldman and Lenny Verkhoglaz.