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As small business owners and entrepreneurs, we are constantly looking for new and creative ways to build our wealth and positively affect our communities, and as the Baby Boom generation ages, entrepreneurs are seeing increasing opportunities for success in the senior care industry. I am so excited to announce this week's special guest Daniel Stringer. Daniel is a successful serial entrepreneur and musician and has traveled all over the world. He founded Launch Homecare out of his passion to help entrepreneurs find success in the senior care industry while also making a difference in the lives of their communities.
He is also the CEO of Total Care Connections, one of the most successful home care and assisted living placement companies in Southern Arizona. After starting the company in 2009, he has led the organization to win multiple awards, serve thousands of people in the community, and created hundreds of jobs. In 2013, he was honored as one of Tucson’s top “40 under 40″ business leaders by Inside Tucson Business.
Join me on Tuesday, November 25th, at 11am PST / 2 EST! You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here from your computer.
People often exclude senior healthcare faiclites from the advanced care plan because of the cost. What consumers don't understand is that not all senior healthcare is costly and some may be be covered from different benefit sources. In this episode of the Fischer Report we will discuss the different types of Senior Healthcare facilities and the various ways those services are paid for. We will talk about the differencess between assisted living, nursing home, and indpendent living centers We will also include some tips on finding funding sources.
In this episode of The Fischer Report, host Tony Fischer, will be covering the different funding options for long term care. Medicare, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, Medicaid Waiver, Non-Profit, Long Term Care Insurance and Third Party Health care insurance will be covered.
After listening to this general overview you will understand the differences between the funding sources, how to apply and where to get help applying.
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Where words fail, music speaks - Hans Christian Anderson
Today on Conversations In Care we will be exploring the role of Music Thearpy in care and healing. This unique therapy is utilized in many different care settings with patients of all ages. Join us in conversation as we learn more about this unique modality.
Host Tami Neumann, sits down in conversation with Max Lerman, Music Therapist from Peace Hospice and Palliative Care in the Chicagoland area. Max, provides music therapy services for individuals with terminal illnesses.
The Affordable Care Act has changed the health care system in a number of ways. One of the changes is the advent of the Accountable Care Organization. This edition of The Fischer Report will focus on Accountable Care Organizations and explain how the changes will affect your health care providers. We will also provide links to online resources to help further your understanding of this this complex system.
We have prepared an online companion to our show highlighting this weeks topic here.
Decreased physical activity and lack of social engagement are known risk factors in the development of Alzheimer's disease, as well as other health issues. More than 60% of caregivers report being under high stress while helping a loved one diagnosed with dementia, traumatic brain injuries, as well as other choronic illnesses. An active social life can often extend seniors' lives by years, and reduce stress, and increase feelings of self-worth. Current research shows that social activity and engagement can actually slow down the progression of incurable ailments -- even Alzheimer's and dementia. Exercise with social interaction is believed to stimulate the formation of brain synapses, enhance blood flow in the brain and increase the formation of nerve cells.
When such diseases rob the elderly of freedom and independence, well-designed Senior Day Programs can provide therapeutic and health services, social activities and restored dignity. Additionally, caregivers benefit from stretches of time to work without interruption, enjoy freedom from responsibility, and simply refresh their own mind and body. During this episode, we'll explore the benefits of senior day care in depth and discuss the process of creating and implementing a program, plus the necessary monitoring of a loved one's safety and participation. Join us as we welcome Magnolia Manor Senior Day Program executives, Valerie Anthony and Sara O'Neal. Their combined 50 years of experience in caring for seniors will provide a wealth of vital information!
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Customer Service is something that I am always talking about. Working within the senior care industry I marvelled at how Customer Service took on many forms. I truly believe that my experiences with residents, family members and care professionals is what has shaped my view of Customer Care.
Today, I will be talking with Corey Poirier, author, speaker and radio host about creating A+ Customer Experiences. I also hope to ask him how being a musician and stand up comedian has helped him to hone his craft of speaking and how these 2 things have influenced how he approaches Customer Interactions.
Learn more about Corey Poirier.
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Care Radio Network Welcomes The Fischer Report with Tony Fischer
The Fischer Report hosted by Tony Fischer a healthcare administrator, consultant and caregiver who hopes to use his unique viewpoint to bring patients and providers together with the goal of achieving better healthcare outcomes. By providing healthcare resources and caregiver support, each show will be a never ending referrence for caregivers and providers to access as often as they need help.
Tune in to learn more about Care Radio Network as he talks with Care Radio Network Founder and Host of Conversations In Care, Tami Neumann. Then hold on tight as Tami turns the tables on Tony so that you the listener can get to know Tony and his point of view a little bit better.
Nursing Homes are the great unknown. They are a part of the health care continuum that everyone wants to avoid and no one wants to talk about. The stigma of Nursing Homes is the main reason why families, caregivers and patients neglect to make importent level of care an importnat part of their extended care plan. Join us on The Fischer Report as we talk about Nursing Homes and how to get great care from them.
Companion Hub: http://tonyfischer.hubpages.com/hub/Nursing-home-Life-5-ways-to-insure-better-care-for-your-family
Conversations In Care Welcomes Leslie Josel to the show to help us examine ADHD. Leslie will help us to understand what ADHD is and what we need to know in regard to living successfully with it.
Dr O talks with guest, Mary Sanders founder of Senior Spaniel Rescue.
Is the day of the Lord a single day??? We open up and expand in this particular episode about the day of the Lord.
In the common understanding the day of the Lord is nothing but destruction for most of mankind what with the multitudes destined for destruction by God himself through judgment and then satan and the anti-christ .... well we have been given a horrific scenario. Then on the other hand we keep hearing of the last day revival .... and in most of the prophetic camp we are told to hunker down and just weather the storm in fearfulness and trembling. So who is right?? All or none or just one viewpoint ?? What if I tell you that these positions are partially right .... would you believe it?
Isa_2:12 For the day of the LORD of hosts shall be upon every one that is proud and lofty, and upon every one that is lifted up; and he shall be brought low: