Author and caregiver Jana Panarites engages with unsung heroes — people caring for family members, friends and relatives amid the demands of their own lives — plus professionals in the field of aging and people using media to creatively address major health issues and challenge widespread assumptions about aging. Laugh, cry, share and know you're not alone. Check out our TRANSCRIPTS: https://agewyz.com/shop
Dr. Pauline Boss on The Grief That Has No End
Pioneering educator and researcher Dr. Pauline Boss talks about ambiguous loss, a feeling caregivers and non-caregivers alike are now confronting amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Nancy Picard: Caregiving in a Crisis
Psychologist and founder of health care startup MemoryBeach Nancy Picard offers comfort and advice for caregiving during the pandemic.
Eugenia Zukerman: Like Falling Through a Cloud
Renowned flutist Eugenia Zukerman talks about her vivid new memoir and staying positive despite having the "gnarly" Alzheimer's disease.
Jason Resendez: LatinosAgainstAlzheimer's
How a coalition of community-based organizations in the US is addressing the growing impact of Alzheimer's and dementia on America's 55 million Latino families.
Leslie Gray Streeter: Black Widow
Palm Beach Post entertainment columnist Leslie Gray Streeter talks about her new memoir "Black Widow: A Sad-Funny Journey Through Grief for People Who Normally Avoid Books with Words Like 'Journey' in the Title."
Medication Overload: Time For An Action Plan
We hear a lot about the opioid crisis, but the scope and impact of over-prescribing in older adults is a much bigger problem. On the heels of a newly-released Action Plan from The Lown Institute, we hear from the researchers.
Thoughtful questions and responses to help adult children and their parents plan for the future.