The New Young at Heart Radio Show

Inspiring and Informing

New Classes at Sansum Help People Manage Chronic Health Problems

Dr. Eryn Eckert, consultant at SBCC & upcoming Executive Director at Jodi House

Dr. Eryn Eckert, consultant at SBCC & upcoming Executive Director at Jodi House

Margaret Weiss, Health Director at Sansum Clinic

Margaret Weiss, Health Director at Sansum Clinic

Eryn Eckert and Margaret Weiss are collaborating on a program called Healthier Living.  The series of classes will help people manage chronic health conditions.  The classes will take place on Mondays from 4:30 – 7:00 at Sansum Clinic at 215 Pesetas Lane, 3rd Floor Conference Room.  The series begins on May 6th.  For more information or to reserve your spot go to www.SansumClinic.org/Classes or call toll-free 866-829-0909

Toward the end of the show, Senior Deputy District Attorney Vicki Johnson, talks about scammers who look at catastrophes as an opportunity.  She helps us decipher whether or not we are really giving our money to help disaster victims–or whether our money is going into a scammer’s pocketbook.

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

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Healthy Aging Symposium April 18th & 19th at Antioch University

Dr. Elizabeth Wolfson, chair of the masters in clinical psychology program.

Dr. Elizabeth Wolfson, chair of the masters in clinical psychology program.

Antioch University is holding their first symposium on Healthy Aging, Friday April 19th from 4-9 p.m. and Saturday April 20th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  This Symposium is open to professional therapists, family members, and anyone with an interest in the physical, social, spiritual, and psychological well-being of our elders. Participants will learn clinical skills and multidisciplinary perspectives on preventive, medical, wellness, holistic, and transitional approaches that support optimal life quality for themselves, aging clients, and their families.  For more information, visit Antioch University’s website at www.antiochsb.edu and click on Healthy Aging Symposium.  For registration information, e-mail jtoth@antioch.edu

Senior Deputy District Attorney Vicki Johnson

Senior Deputy District Attorney Vicki Johnson

Toward the end of the show, Senior Deputy District Attorney, Vicki Johnson, once again warns our listeners about the latest scams targeting seniors.

The Young at Heart Show is sponsored by Senior Helpers, a national leader in professional, in home senior assistance services. 

www.seniorhelpers.com 

805-966-7100

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Disaster Preparedness

Barbara Andersen. Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Orfalea Foundation

Barbara Andersen. Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Orfalea Foundation

Barbara Andersen discusses the ways we can prepare for emergencies. and disasters.   The Orfalea Foundation has helped to coordinate disaster preparedness plans with other non-profits so that in the face of a disaster, emergency efforts will be effective and efficient.   

Toward the end of the show, Senior Deputy District Attorney, Vicki Johnson warns us about the latest scam targeting seniors in our community.

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Seniors Have Talent at Marjorie Luke Theatre April 6th

Rod Lathim, director of the Center for Successsful Aging's Seniors Have Talent show at the Marjorie Luke Theatre.

Rod Lathim, director of the Center for Successsful Aging’s Seniors Have Talent show at the Marjorie Luke Theatre.

Rod will talk about the variety of talented acts that will make up the Seniors Have Talent Show at the Marjorie Luke Theatre on April 6th at 2 p.m.  If you attend you are guaranteed to not be bored and are sure to be impressed by the talent. 

The show starts at 6 p. m. and general admission is $20, kids are $10.  Tickets are available at the door. 

 

Later in the show, Senior District Attorney Vicki Johnson will talk about the latest scams targeting seniors in our area.

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Dr Kenneth Kosik Discusses Ways to Keep our Brains Healthy

Dr Kosik, director of the Cottage Center for Brain Fitness.

Dr Kosik, director of the Cottage Center for Brain Fitness.

Dr Kosik addresses five important ways to keep your brain healthy.  He also discusses new hope for a cure for Alzheimer’s Disease. 

Later in the show Senior Deputy District Attorney, Vicki Johnson reports on carjackings that target seniors and how to avoid becoming a victim.

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