This episode features Kelli Castos, founder of Saving Our Seniors. S.O.S is a non-profit organization based out the Tampa Bay area that assists seniors by supporting and promoting the use of gently used medical equipment not covered by Medicare/Medicaid.
This episode features Denise Brown, author of many books and founder of www.caregiving.com.
This episode features Kristi Denton Cohen, director and founder of Staying Put or Moving On. For more information, visit https://stayormove.org/
This episode features Andrew Parker, founder of Papa, a service dedicated to helping the elderly with “grandkids on demand”.
This episode features co-authors Jahnna Beecham and Katie Ortlip, who explore the concept of caregiving through their personal experiences as a caregiver and a nurse.
This episode features attorney Carol Bertsch of The Law Office of Carol Bertsch, PC. She and our hosts discuss what people should know about Elder Law. Check out her website https://www.assistingseniors.com/ for more info!
This episode features Banner Alzheimer’s Institute’s nurse Jan Doughtery, discussing new ways to care for dementia patients.
This week’s episode features Dr. Carole White of the University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio (UTHSC). She and the Foundation have worked together in order to bring some unforgettable news to San Antonio, Texas.
This week’s episode features Janna Cantu. She is a licensed Compassion Fatigue therapist who uses music as a means of healing.
This episode features Annette Juba, deputy director of AGE of Central Texas.
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