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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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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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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....
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.
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
"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.
Who are we: We are Advisors, Instructors, Mentors, and Coaches with decades of academic and professional experience that give back for FREE! We do it b/c we care.
Where: Renaissance Richardson Hotel 900 E. Lookout Drive Richardson, TX 75082. FREE Parking at Eisemann Garage next to Hotel.
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Are you between the ages of 18-25?
Feel stuck? In a rut? Haven’t reached your true potential? Made some mistakes and just need to get back on the right track? We are Advisors, Instructors, Mentors & Coaches (AIM Team). Our AIM is to teach you “real” life skills and get you on a pathway towards Academic & Career Success.
If you answered YES, then PURPLE PASSAGE is your key to becoming the best you can be!
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Rhoberta Shaler, PhD, The Relationship Help Doctor, guides committed couples to find solutions to the challenges that life and family bring, helping them move closer, get stronger and share greater intimacy. Working with her, couples find healthy ways to balance independence and togetherness, experiencing once again the joy and mystery of true love. Join us to learn how to not fall into the trap of settling for the wrong partner because you're getting older.
Pastor Onterio Green was born and raised in the greater Dallas area where He was saved at the Potter’s House of Dallas in 1999 under Pastor Chris Hill which was the youth pastor. Pastor Chris Hill has been a mentor, coach, and spiritual father to Pastor Green for over 15 years.
Pastor Onterio attended Texas Southern University where he met his beautiful wife Crystal and they married shortly after. They now have been married for over 11 years and have 3 wonderful children.
Pastor Onterio went on to graduate from Christ for the Nations (CFNI) with a focus in the area of Youth and Young Adults. Having being a youth pastor for several years he will now serve as the Young Adult Pastor & E-church Pastor at The Potter’s House of Dallas.
Pastor Onterio has an energetic and creative way of communicating the gospel of Jesus Christ. He has a diverse anointing to reach every person and is impacting a generation for the sake of the kingdom of God! Pastor Onterio is gifted in church leadership building and activating generational purpose. He is an incredible mentor, teacher, and pastor! God has given him a heart for this generation and he is pursuing it with passion and determination! @onteriogreen.
In addition to running the Internet Church Campus, Pastor Onterio Green leads the BRICKHOUSE young adult minsitry. BRICKHOUSE young adult ministry of the Potter’s House equips young adults to declare, communicate, and demonstrate the purpose, power, precepts, and principles of the Kingdom of God. Brick is filled with a power worship experience coupled with a life-changing word from God, and a wonderful opportunity for young adults to fellowship.
Our demograpic is between the ages of 19-49 Did you know the seniors are only targeted in ads about 1%. That is why the question. Are seniors citizens 55 or older relevant?
Aging Population Around the World
The increase in seniors is not just limited to the United States; there is also an aging population explosion in many other countries. According to the AoA, this increase can be attributed to ?advances in science, technology and medicine leading to reductions in infant and maternal mortality, infectious and parasitic diseases, occupational safety measures, and improvements in nutrition and education.?
In 2000, approximately 605 million people were 60 years or older. By 2050, that number is expected to be close to 2 billion. At that time, seniors will outnumber children 14 and under for the first time in history.
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