Aging & Illness in the Baby Boomer Generation

with Dr. Chad Boult

  • 10 February 2018
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Aging tends to bring on many complications. Illness, disability, and a multitude of medications can become overwhelming for many seniors. Dr. Chad Boult, Geriatrician Medical Director at Saint Alphonsus, joins us to discuss how a geriatric or palliative care team can provide an extra layer...

Family Caregivers Conference

with Anne Tumlinson

  • 3 February 2018
  • Author: IEP Team
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As the 7th Annual Family Caregivers Conference approaches, Anne Tumlinson of Daughterhood joins us to discuss the importance of bringing family caregivers together. With over two decades working on improving how America cares for its frailest, most vulnerable older adults, Anne shares some...

End of Life Celebration Planning

with Brian Owings of Summers Funeral Home

  • 1 February 2018
  • Author: IEP Team
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<!--cke_bookmark_484S--><!--cke_bookmark_484E--> Death is a natural part of life that many people often turn a blind eye. On this episode, Brian Owings, Funeral Director of Summers Funeral Home, joins us to discuss planning for our transitions, dealing with grief, and...

Protecting Senior Loved Ones from Scams in 2018

  • 22 January 2018
  • Author: IEP Team
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As con artists seek new opportunities to prey on others, it's no wonder the art of deception is ever evolving. On this episode, Attorney Mark Wight shares common traits used to weed out potential victims and how you can avoid being a target.

Common Hospice Misconceptions

with Mike Briggs

  • 13 January 2018
  • Author: IEP Team
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People often associate hospice with negative feelings of mortality. Although this type of care is designated for the terminally ill, Mike Briggs of Keystone Hospice shares how working with a team of caring individuals can help you live the best you possibly can at the end of your life.
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