Stories about special seniors in our lives along with tips for caregiving, legal and financial issues and living a health lifestyle.
Leaving Greece with Andrew Pappas Part 1
An immigrant, husband, father, grandfather and hard worker, Andrew Pappas meant a lot to his family and the people he touched. He created a reputation for himself with his homemade sausage but had many other accomplishments while in the United States.
This episode is sponsored by Lynn Michel Insurance.
Elder Law 2020
Dealing with health care directives, nursing home decisions, powers of attorney and other issues that caregivers and children must also deal with for their parents is complicated, Add to the confusion of basic care and trying to live your own life and the stress can be enormous.
In this episode we are talking with Paula Mattson Sarli. She’s an estate planning and elder law attorney MD and DC.
Love At First Sight
What are the chances you meet the love of your life the first day on a new job? This senior did and their story is memorable. From the war to an online trailblaizer, the story of Hy Kasindorf is heartwarming. Told by his grandson Dave Houston, Hy had a great life and one that inspired a generation.
10 Reasons You Want to Stay With Your Senior In The Hospital
EP 7 - In this episode, you’ll get insights on why you need to be with your senior while they are in the hospital. These are specific items that happened to me while my mom in to the hospital 6 times within 3 months.
The hosts mom was probably one of the worse types of patients. Hopefully some of these items will never happen to you but if so, you’ll be prepared.
My Biological Dad
From escorting Presidents to managing hospital stays, this episode is about one daughter who didn't really know her dad as a child but did a lot to care for him as a senior. It explores some of the hospital experiences and provides a lot of tips for managing care. This story of the authors relationship with her biological dad and their life experiences is interesting and educational.
Depression, finances and medication are the focus of this episode with ideas and questions to ask your senior and their providers.
None of this is easy but beginning the conversation and asking questions can begin a dialog that makes life easier for your senior. Learn more at Seniorswelove.com