There are approx. 5.8 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s and that number to projected to jump to nearly 14 million by 2050. Thankfully voluntary health organizations like the Alzheimer's Associ...Show More
Parkinson’s disease is a condition of the nervous system that affects a person’s movements. Symptoms generally develop gradually but can worsen as your condition progresses.
West Shore Martial Arts...Show More
Choosing to move to a retirement community is big decision. So knowing
some of the right questions and considerations is crucial to making this life altering choice.
There are lots of checklists out t...Show More
Music has been a longstanding part of enrichment activity, particularly in care settings like nursing homes. But learn how a music therapy program takes this activity to the next level, especially for...Show More
Knowing when and if it’s time for a loved one to move to a personal care home or assisted living residence is not easy. We’ll explore some key indicators that can help you determine if a move may be n...Show More
Downsizing and getting organized can be challenge for most of us. Especially as we grow older and frailer and accumulate decades of treasures and sometimes trash. Getting help from family and friends ...Show More
Talking about and pre-planning for one’s funeral, burial and death are not easy topics to discuss. But in this episode we talk with Bob Buhrig, owner and operator of Buhrig Funeral Home & Crematory, a...Show More
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month and this podcast will focus on the Cheryl Kay Foundation, which provides care grants to those in need of non-medical home care services, in particular...Show More
On this episode we’ll be talking with Executive Director Danette Blank of Vision Resources of Central PA (formerly known as the Tri-County Association for the Blind). Listen and learn how VRCOP facili...Show More
Having a hard time sitting on the sidelines while a loved one makes choices you don't agree with? In this episode, we talk about how to walk through other's poor choices.
The Right to Mak...Show More