In our 6th show, Radio 4 the Ages introduces our newest addition to the team in Heather Redding. She brings a unique perspective and a Master’s in Gerontology. We are so excited to have her in the studio on her debut broadcast. Also in the show, David gives us his weekly Dysfunctional Discourse and provides a teaser for next weeks show on the importance of personal responsibility. Joining us in the studio are Dr. Wrenn Goodrum ( of ACTivate Community through Theatre) speaking about senior acting classes, Linda Pisacano (of Brookdale Senior Living) giving us some insight into the process of transitioning into a senior community, and Lynda Kuehni and Bill Sweezy (both from All About Seniors magazine) talking about the importance of a centralized resource listing of services for Senior Adults and their caregivers. We had so much fun in the studio, as always, and are looking forward to next week’s broadcast!
- Linda Pisacano
- Sales Specialist for Brookdale Senior Living
- (508) 737-0245
- Dr. Wrenn Goodrum
- ACTivate Community through Theatre (ACT)
- (704) 707-6757
- Bill Sweezy & Lynda Kuehni
- All About Seniors
- (704) 366-1410
In our fifth show, David gives us this weeks’ Dysfunctional Discourse concerning airport security, Cathy Smith gives us a call to check in, we hear a very personal story from David and his experience with a family member who had Alzheimer’s/Dementia. Our guests this show were Dr. Reza Bolouri, a leading Alzheimer’s/Dementia doctor, and Teresa Hoover, from the Alzheimer’s Association. We spoke with them about the symtoms of the disease, as well as new research and treatments of Alzheimer’s.
- Dr. Reza Bolouri
- Alzheimer’s Memory Center
- (704) 364-4000
- Teresa Hoover
- Senior Director of Programs and Family Services
- Alzheimer’s Association – Western Carolina Chapter
Krissa Palmer interviews Ida Mae Hodgson, a resident at Carriage Club Charlotte. She talks about the wonderful activities she participates in at The Carriage Club, as well as how much she enjoys being an ambassador for The Carriage Club. She also notes the great quality of the food at Carriage Club Charlotte. Be sure to listen!
In our fourth show of Radio 4 the Ages, David and Matt re-introduce themselves to our listeners. We take a few calls from our listeners about retirement, joining gyms, and take a call from the wonderful Cathy Smith of “The Cathy Chronicles” fame. Our topic this week covers several aspects of retirement including the importance of purpose in our lives, what the heck to do when you retire, and how to prepare for retirement. Our special guest this week was Betty Reynolds. She is a Certified Senior Advisor and Lifecoach. Krissa Palmer’s weekly piece called “Senior Moments” features Ida Mae Hodgson, a resident at Carriage Club Charlotte.
Betty Reynolds information if you’d like to learn more:
October 16, 2011 – Betty Reynolds, a certified senior advisor and life coach will be with us at 11:00 a.m. to discuss a variety of intersting life issues, including how to rediscover purpose and vitality in your life…which ties in nicely with out scheduled topic on retirement. Tune in, call in and get involved. Call-in line: 704-358-8768.
October 23, 2011 – M. Reza Bolouri, M.D. will be our featured guest for the day. Dr. Bolouri and his staff at the Alzheimer’s Memory Center treats patients and their families who suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia. Dr. Bolouri will be with us at around the 10:30 segment to take your calls and answer your questions. Dr. Bolouri is also involved in research to find a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease, so call us at 704-358-8768 to get answers to your questions about this devastating disease. Alzheimer’s Disease is now ranked as the 6th leading cause of death in some studies. Don’t miss your chance to speak with Dr. Reza Bolouri, one of the most renowned neurologists in this field.