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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.
Young Adults Talk is Blessed to announce our New Show Mental Health Monday where we will talk about the seriousness of this problem in our home and communities. This topic is Serious as well as hurtful however we really need to have this conversation which we Pray will Enlighten you on this matter. Tune in every Monday 7pm at blogtalkradio.com/yatradio where Doctors and Professionals will get serious on educating us about this problem. Call in live with your Q&A 858-357-9137.
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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GOOD NEWS FOR OLDER WORKERS...The value of older workers...experience makes them better problem solvers and more.
IF YOU GOT WHAT IT TAKES, and you're loyal to your company YOU CAN WORK FOREVER! Case in point, Lou has been working at Climate Engineering in Colorado for 6 decades. He's 89 years old and not ready to stop working.
Circa...1991, nearly a quarter century ago only about one worker in ten planned to stay in the workforce beyond age 65, today , that number has risen to 4 in 10.
Four generations are engaged in the workforce at the same time...etc.
Hollywood jumps on-board...etc.
THE PROFILE OF AMERICA'S OLDER WORKER...
HAPPY ON THE JOB...many have no plans to stop working at 65.
NEW CAREER...some will start a second career upon retiring from the first.
PHILANTHROPIC...large numbers will volunteer at a non-profit or charitable organization.
START-UP...starting a new business will be in the future for some...e.g. START YOUR OWN HOME BASED BUSINESS.
Today's older workforce have several interchangeable opportunities. Some workers formally retire from one career and jump into another. Mary J of Georgia left the Corporate World after three decades as a project manager to become a 5th grade teacher at age 59.
What do Japan, Germany and Sweden have in common...etc.
Older workers have a strong work ethic...etc.
50+ workers are less likely to...etc.
Older workers are...etc.
Older workers are mentors to...etc.
There are so many children that are DAMAGED mentally, emotionally and physically that is brought on by adults actions. I am not talking about good families with decent and good upbrining....it can be at home, it can be by a Pastor or Political leader, school official or ANYONE that can violate or insult a child. This even goes for an absent parent that have anger issues....Is there an absolution or resolution...Let's chat
'UNRETIRED'...for employers the 'unretired' provide a pool of experienced labor that has proved to be productice, dedicated and loyal.
The post recession economy has moved back toward full employment, many industries are finding it harder to fill jobs, particularly in skilled trades.
50 + workers have the maturity and experience to help employers address current and future talent shortages. Once a job is filled, it tends to stay filled. Workers 50+ are less likely than youngers workers to leave their jobs unexpectedly.
Older workers provide...etc.
Older American are...etc.
Benjamin Franklin at age 78...etc.
Barbara Beskind at age 91...etc.
The cost of an older worker...etc.
Have you dated a older guy before? And what a about a younger guy? Join us for a lively discussion about the intricacies of dating from a younger and older perspective. It will be interesting to see how younger men feel about dating older men and vice versa. It will be an interesting dicussion that you don't want to miss! It all goes down on this episode of Common Ties Live!
Young Adults Talk is Blessed to announce our New Show Mental Health Monday where tonight we will talk about the seriousness of the Ministry in our home and communities. Tonight's topic is Serious as well as hurtful however we really need to have this conversation which we Pray will Enlighten you on this matter. Tune in every Monday 8pm at blogtalkradio.com/yatradio, where Doctors and Professionals will get serious on educating us about this problem. Call in live with your Q&A 858-357-9137.
THE AGE OLD QUESTION,WHY IS IT YOUNG MEN PREFER OLDER WOMEN AND OLDER WOMEN PREFER YOUNGER MEN
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