Dr. Sarah Ullevig discusses her research into dietary supplements in older adults including medication/supplementation interactions.
Carol and Ron are joined by Dr. Elliot Sklar, Prof. Nova Southeastern University Department of Health Science to discuss issues impacting LGBT caregiving.
Certified Massage Therapist, Irma Lopez, shares about her work volunteering to give free massages to hospice patients and their caregivers. Lopez discusses the important role massage can play in reducing stress, and explains why she launched this outreach to help hospice patients and others.
Dr. Diana Kerwin, Chief of Geriatrics at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas, Texas, discusses the up-and-coming in research of the causes of dementia.
This episode features John Leland, New York Times Reporter and author of Happiness Is a Choice You Make: Lessons from a Year Among the Oldest.
This episode features Jeannie Ralston, writer and co-founder of online magazine for older women NextTribe.
Writer Deb Hipp discusses her own long-distance caregiving experiences as well as other important things to know.
This episode features author and writer Donna O’ Donnell Figurski, author of Prisoners Without Bars: A Caregiver’s Tale. The memoir recounts Donna’s caregiver beginnings and journey with her husband after he suffers a traumatic brain injury.
This episode features Dr. Sharon Prentice, author of Becoming Starlight: A Shared Death Journey.
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.