Welcome to the Compass & Clock's Info-Tianment PodcastThrough our podcasts we'll explore how to live your best life now and well into retirement.We'll discuss topics in financial planning, housing, and insurance.We'll talk wellness, relationships, and leisure pursuits. A full active life requires planning for your goals and preparing for the unexpected.We'll introduce you to a variety of entertaining guests, from knowledgeable experts, to folks sharing stories of their life experiences, and so much more. Because Life is BIG!All is intended to help guide you in planning for what you need now, and at any age.Remember to Like & Subscribe, so you don't miss a thing!
What is Aging in Place, and what does that really mean?
Deanne and I have a conversation about what actually is Aging in Place. How do you plan for this, where can you find the resources, what age should you start planning and much more.
Deanne O’Rear-Cameron is a Professional Mindset and Human Development Specialist, Aging in Place Advocate, Speaker, Author, and Chair of the Board of Directors of the NAIPC. She is passionate about helping others thrive, live their best life, no matter where they are in life, but her heart is with Older Adults and resources to Age in Place a little more gracefully.
What is the Uniformed Guardian Act?
Bryana and I talk about the new UGA (uniformed guardian act). What it is, the changes that were made to legal guardianships, and how it all works.
Bryana Cross-Bean, is an Attorney at Law, based in Pierce County WA. Her primary practice areas are estate planning, long-term care planning, elder law, and probate. She is also the Chair of the Public Policy Committee for the Washington Academy of Elder Law Attorneys where she tracks state legislation relevant to guardianship, elder law, and estate planning.
What is the Alzheimer's Association & The Walk
Nicci and I are discussing the founding of the Alzheimer's Association, all the services and support it provides, and what is The Walk and its purpose.
Nicci Noteboom is the Marketing and Communications Director for the Alzheimer's Association, Washington State Chapter since 2022. She has a seasoned background in healthcare and social service marketing and communications, including working with seniors and underserved populations.
Memory Loss, Care, Communities & More
Carrie & I discuss the different types of memory loss, signs to recognize if someone might have memory loss, the different care & community options, and so much more.
Carrie Chavez graduated with her degree in Recreation Therapy from Western Washington University and has worked with seniors for 13 years. She loves working in this industry because she gets to meet so many interesting people and learn about their amazing stories.
The Curiously Creative Mailboxes of Bainbridge Island
Today Denise & I talk about her quirky obsession with the curiously creative mailboxes around Bainbridge Island and her bi-postal tour.
Denise Stoughton is an interior designer and writer living on Bainbridge Island with her two chihuahuas, Tula and Milo. Passionate about writing she studied at The Writers Studio in Greenwich Village, founded by Pulitzer-Prize winning poet, Philip Schultz. She has published articles in The Bainbridge Review, Tideland Magazine, South Brunswick Magazine, and the Pacific NW Magazine (Seattle Times).
Because I Care: An Estate Planning Journal
Today Rena and I are going to discuss her new book "Because I Care: An Estate Planning Journal" and the reason why she wrote this. This book is not about estate planning documents it's how to let your loved ones know where your important documents area, what's important to you, where to find information should you become incapacitated, and more.
Rena McDonald is the managing partners of the Eclipse Law Group. Rena and her firm have been recognized for many awards, including The Best of Las Vegas, Top 100 Women in Nevada, and she’s recently been named “A Person to Know.” Rena is an international best selling author, entrepreneur, and mother & wife.