The New Young at Heart Radio Show

Inspiring and Informing

Bringing Happiness to Seniors through Beth Amine’s Joyous Movement Program


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Diana talks about an animal the Diana Basehart Foundation was able to save and then shares a story about her late husband, Richard Basehart, and his great love of animals! Then Patti Talks to Beth Amine about a program she developed called Joyous Movement. Countless seniors, many of whom have dementia, benefit from this unique program. Beth is training others to be able to teach this unique program to seniors with dementia.

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Oxygen for Caregivers


Simon Fox, Executive Director--Adventures in Caring

Simon Fox, Executive Director–Adventures in Caring


Our guest features Simon Fox, the Executive Director of Adventures in Caring. They focus on preserving the human element in health care. The non-profit organization has trained thousands of current and future health care professionals in the art and practice of treating patients with compassion. They have a new video which focuses on helping caregivers. It also helps first responders, doctors, and nurses–or anyone else who regularly faces life and death situations. It’s called Oxygen for Caregivers.
A Premier Event featuring the new Oxygen for Caregivers video will take place on Thursday, June 19th, at the New Vic Theatre in Santa Barbara. There is a 4:30 reception, and 5:15 video premier, followed by Q & A
The event is free, but reservations are requested. http://www.adventuresincaring.org/

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Elder Soup Provides Help for all types of Senior Services


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Aging specialists Mary Lynn Brook and Marcy Oswald started ElderSoup because they have a big heart for our aging population and love enriching lives by filling client’S pots throughout the Central Coast. For more information, visit http://www.eldersoup.com

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Tap and Be Happy–No one is too Old or Ever Out of Step!


Jeanne Mayer

Jeanne Mayer


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“Tap & Be Happy” – No One is Too Old or Ever Out of Step

What are “Empty-nesters,” “Singles-again,” “Retired,” and “Forever-young Adults and Active Seniors” doing to have fun and keep in shape these days? They are tap dancing in classes called “Tap & Be Happy.”

Meeting at the Goleta Community Center Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the early afternoon, this band of enthusiastic, fun go-getters are dancing their way to a happier, healthier life.

As Dr. Marilyn Perry put it when asked why she is taking tap dance, “When I heard the title, “Tap & Be Happy,” how could I resist?”

Grab your top hat and cane and let’s Shuffle-off–to-Buffalo!
Call or email Jeanne Mayer
for more information or 1 FREE CLASS.
(805) 682-8388 TapandBeHappy@fastermac.net

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

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Choosing the Best Place for Mom or Dad to Live


Fred De' Lorenzo, Administrator for The Tree of Life

Fred De’ Lorenzo, Administrator for The Tree of Life


Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

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Food from the Heart


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Don’t miss this inspirational interview with Robin Monroe. Truly an angel in the Santa Barbara community, Robin (along with a bevy of volunteers,) prepares and delivers healthy meals at no charge to our homebound neighbors in need. If you’d like to volunteer for this wonderful organization, give me a call. Patti at RSVP: 805-963-0474.
http://www.sbfoodfromtheheart.com

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

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How to Stop Cancer and Maintain Total Well-Being


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In his cutting edge book, D.A. Metrov discusses the steps he took to stop terminal cancer in its tracks. He also discusses the three fundamental factors that determine good health: proper diet, exercise, and stress (or mind) management) Metrov’s groundbreaking book is available at amazon.com

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

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How will the Affordable Care Act affect You?

David Cohen, Home Town Insurance

David Cohen, Home Town Insurance

David Cohen will be explaining the ins and outs of the Affordable Care Act. David is a licensed independent health insurance agent and broker who has fulfilled the requirements to become a Covered California Certified Agent. If you have additional questions after listening to the show, you can contact David at Hometown Insurance Services. Phone: 805-922-3351

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

Co-Hosts, Frank Newton and Patti Teel

A BIG thank you to Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara and the RSVP Program of Santa Barbara for supporting the Young at Heart Radio Show.

Senior Helpers: 805-966-7100 http://www.seniorhelpers.com
RSVP: http://www.sbrsvp.org 805-963-0474

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Wine Down for a Good Cause

Heidi Holly, Executive Director of the Friendship Center & Justine Sutton, Grants & Development Coordinator

Heidi Holly, Executive Director of the Friendship Center & Justine Sutton, Grants & Development Coordinator

Heidi and Justine talk about the wonderful programs for seniors that are provided by the Friendship Center as well as their upcoming fundraiser. Wine Down for a good cause this Friday, August 23rd from 4-7p.m. For more information, visit http://www.friendshipcentersb.org/

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

A BIG thanks to Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara, the RSVP Progra and KTMS 990 for supporting the Young at Heart Radio Show. http://www.seniorhelpers.com

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Viva la Fiesta!


Erin Graffy & Lia Parker--the first Spirit of Fiesta
Our guests are Erin Graffy, Fiesta historian, and Lia Parker–the first Spirit of Fiesta in 1949 when she was only 12 years old.
A BIG thank you to Senior Helpers of Santa Barbara and the RSVP Program for supporting the Young at Heart Show. http://www.seniorhelpers.com 805-966-7100

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