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The Senior Smart Show

The Senior Smart Show

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Join us for informative and lively discussions of timely topics in senior care. We educate you about the many areas involved in caring for a loved one.

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A special Valentine's Day's episode of The Senior Smart Show, we talk about The Five Love Languages and using this tool for communicating with a loved one with dementia (or other cognitive impairment). A person with dementia still... more

The February 7th, 2018 episode of The Senior Smart Show. Hosted by Melissa Sprouse Browne, with special guest Janet Altman, Executive Director of the SC Respite Coalition. Great discussion about respite care and how family... more

The January 31st edition of the Senior Smart Show, featuring a discussion about the blended family of a sandwich generation. In studio guests: Mary White, her 85 year old father Bill Tupper Austin and his new bride, 83 year old Nancy Whaley... more

The January 24th edition of The Senior Smart Show, featuring James Fleshman with Foundation Mortgage Corporation. Thorough discussion of reverse mortgages and how they can benefit a senior! Hosted by Melissa Sprouse Browne.

January 17th, 2018 edition of The Senior Smart Show. Includes an interview with Steve Rabon from Paper Pro in West Columbia, talking about the Palmetto Senior Show on 1/18/18. Also includes a discussion of winter safety tips for seniors.... more

From having the initial conversation with your parent or loved one about moving to a care community, be it independent or assisted living or perhaps even memory care, there are a lot of considerations to handle. Ben Welch from... more

Leeza Gibbons joins us, along with Marti Colucci from Leeza's Care Connection, as we delve into the needs of caregivers. Taking care of a loved one can be a 24/7 job that leaves you tired and stressed out, so having support is critical.... more

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