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In light of the death of Robon Williams, the topic of depression has received some attention. Depression is a real condition that affects millions of people, many of them older adults. Let's talk about depression on the next episode of Discussions with Delia.
Suicide can sometimes be the unfortunate outcome of depression, join us for a serious discussion. No, talking about suicide does not encourage it.
Join us for a conversation on aging, mental health, and chronic illness, in the senior population, and the different levels of care available to help ensure good quality of life in later years. We'll talk with a panel if experts on senior care from northeastern Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Behavioral Health and Aging Coalition (PBHAC), a statewide coalition of individuals and organizations concerned about the unmet mental health and substance abuse needs of older adults across the Commonwealth.
Marquene Klimchok - Admissions Director of Hampton House Rehab and Nursing
Linda Heath - Admissions and Community Relations for Tiffany Court
Diane Baldi - CEO for Hospice of the Sacred Heart
Alyssa Maria - Owner, Home Instead Senior Care
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ENTHUSIASM and FLEXIBILITY are the keyes for older job market hopefuls.
BOOMERS are poised to live healthier and longer than their predecessors and are putting off retirement. But while the job market can be tough to crack regardless of age, older appplicants face extra challenges ranging from age discrimination to being overqualified. Some employers fear an older hire won't stay long.
Hire a Job Researcher who offers job search advice to people of all ages.
Employers are not supposed to not hire based on age, but it does happen.
Fitting in with a younger crowd...etc.
Have a fresh perspective...etc.
Explain why you're interested...etc.
Advantages older workers can bring...etc.
Be prepared to accept a position at a...etc.
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The facts of life are that we are all getting "older" and that includes our companimals (companion animals.) Some of us are buying into beliefs of what to expect with aging animals. Yet there is a way to reverse those beliefs and help our companimals avoid some "aging" pitfalls that we thought were unavoidable.
Are you worried about how to care for them and what may develop? Maybe you've been told that because your cat, dog, horse, etc., is "older" that you should expect certain issues. What if that doesn't have to be true?
Join Susanne Peach, Animaleze® founder, as she discusses her groundbreaking work in helping animals live longer, happier, healthier lives. She'll share success stories and offer suggestions and ideas that can change how we look at "aging" animals. She has an almost 14-year-old Australian Shepherd mix dog who's been helping her become a pioneer in living and working with more "mature" animals.
Susanne wants you to be a pioneer, as well. Changing how everyone views "mature" animals, breaking all limitations, and preconceived notions of what's expected when your hamster, llama, parrot, etc., reach a certain age.
If you have a younger companimal, tune in as you'll hear tips to help them, too.
(Some of the animals pictured here are 15 and 16.)
Susanne is also going to be announcing some big news on some upcoming, first-time-ever events catered to you, the animal lover.
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We have three returning guests this morning, Eve Kelso, Jan Buike and Kate Nelson. These three ladies are responsible for the older adult programs offered by the City of Manhattan Beach
Eve Kelso is a Recreation Services Manager for the City of Manhattan Beach, overseeing the Dial-A-Ride, Older Adult and Volunteer programs. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and Master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration.
Kate Nelson began her career at Mira Costa as an English teacher in 1972. In succeeding years she became the Activities Director, Educational Advisor, and Vice-Principal. For five years she was the principal of the South Bay Adult School, and in 2000, took the position of Assistant Superintendent (Educational Services) for the Manhattan Beach Unified School District.
Jan Buike was raised in Michigan. She received Bachelor degrees in Social Work and Education from Michigan State University. After teaching for several years she went into the not for profit world, including InfoLine with United Way in Pontiac, Michigan and Assistant Director of an Emergency Services agency, Lighthouse. Jan moved to California in 1988.
So this morning, we’ll be talking about the various programs available to older adults in Manhattan Beach.
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Stay tuned with me as my special guest 'D', a late 20 something year old, wlll be speaking with us,as my "SPECIAL' guest, regarding his preferance of 'Older' women. So if you have ever wanted to venture that way or have been curious, now is your opportunity to hear if from a man, who's preferance is....
Matthew Silva of the Midwest Institute for Addiction, talks about common addictions among older adults and how their institute assists in helping caregivers to advocate for them.
Matthew Silva earned a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling and Masters in Business Administration. Matt is also a Certified Reciprocal Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor. He considers himself extremely fortunate to have been able to study and be supervised by Jack Platt, an extremely brilliant and nationally recognized therapist.
He struggled with a personal addiction which began a journey into his own recovery and a new love for life. This journey was the start of a desire to learn more about addictions so that he could assist others.
He has worked at BJC Behavioral Health as a Community Support worker, SSM St Joseph Hospital as a Psychiatric Therapist, and Director/Service Coordinator of SSM New Vision Detoxification unit. More recently he served as a substance abuse counselor and Vice President of Operational Affairs for Assisted Recovery Centers of America.
One of Matt's more recent projects was the co-founding of the Temperance House, which has been a successful transitional home for individuals in recovery. After the launch of the Temperance House and achieving his MBA in 2011, Matt made the decision to use his knowledge and expertise to develop an optimum and comprehensive treatment center now known as Midwest Institute for Addiction.
Midwest Institute for Addiction 711 Old Ballas Rd, Suite 203 Creve Coeur, MO 63141 office 314.569.2253 www.MidwestInstituteForAddiction.com
IF you missed it, It was a GREAT show and we plan to bring back the 'Special' Guest Deacon to continue the conversation with a twist of an older caller, Dewayne!! They will give the younger versus older man's opinion on this subject. You do not want to miss this. Really, you don't.
4/13/2015 —In this episode, we talk with Billy Paymaster, COO/Director of Marketing & Communications for Hope For Young Adults With Cancer and this year's Get Busy Living Award winner Katie Lundy. Survivor Spotlight on Protect The Pecs Director/Founder, Steve Del Gardo.
"Upfront & Straightforward" Host Alan Roger Currie leads another Open Forum Discussion, with this one centering on how when women who are between 36 and 59 have sex with men who are at least ten years younger than them, they are referred to as "Cougars" and applauded, but when men who are 40 years of age or older date and have sex with women who are at least ten years younger than them, they are often referred to as "Creepy, Dirty Old Men." Is this fair?
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Purple Passage is a newly established 501 (c) 3 nonprofit geared towards helping young adults (18-25) get back on track and on an Academic/Career Path. We teach "real" social/life skills like character development, responsibility, money matters, and etiquette, just to name a few. In conjunction, we steer students toward taking at least one community college class to enhance their skills for self and workforce improvement. Our goal is to provide an educational scholarship to pay for tuition/books, as well as provide follow-up services a year after the student leaves our program.
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GMX teaches adults, and children how to apply reasoning in math the simple and fast way. For example, when learning the GMX five times table, here are two easy steps. Let's take 5x9=? First, find the half of the number you are multiplying by 5, which is half of 9=4.5, secondly, remove the decimal point and the answer is 45. GMX teaches times table 0-99 the fast and easy way!
RHYTHM: For example 0, 1, 2, 3, (after 0 then comes rhythmically 1 and 2, etc). This method can be applied in addition and time tables, for example, lets take the nine time tables: 9x8 =? Here are three easy steps to get the answer. First, focus on the number you are multiplying by 9, which is 8. Second, apply the rhythm technique to the number before 8, that number is 7. Third, subtract the 7 from the 9, which give us 2. The answer then is 72. Graspmatix explain more of how and why.RESTORATION: According to Dr. Yates, restoration means to bring again (reinstate) that which you have stored up for present and future use. We are restoring the first 3 principles of GMX: perception, reasoning, and rhythm. For example, 9+8+7+6+5+4+3+2+1=? The rhythm principle is applied in this way: 9+1=10, 8+2=10, 7+3=10, 6+4=10, then +5 (add the last number 5 to the total 40) and the answer is 45. from 1 to 9, the lowest number is 1, the highest number is 9, and the middle (center) number is 5, from the center to the highest, and/or the center to the lowest, there are four spaces, which derives the number 4. The middle number is 5. The answer is 45. In reasoning from 1 to 9, the first numeral is identified as an odd number, and the second is an even number. From 1 to 9, we have 4 even numbers and 5 odds numbers. The answer is 45.