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The Caregiver Senior Smilecast contains information for family caregivers as well as the older loved ones they care for daily. From moments of zen and inspiration to news you can use to live a quality life, our goal is to bring smiles to the faces of caregivers and seniors alike while helping all people to prepare for aging sooner so that they we can all age with quality not in crisis.

The Caregiver Senior Smilecast The Caregiver Senior Smilecast

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The Caregiver Senior Smilecast contains information for family caregivers as well as the older loved ones they care for daily. From moments of zen and inspiration to news you can use to live a quality life, our goal is to bring smiles to the faces of caregivers and seniors alike while helping all people to prepare for aging sooner so that they we can all age with quality not in crisis.

    Senior Voting – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Senior Voting – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Senior Voting It’s important that everyone votes but why is it especially important for older people. Because issues may get swept under the rug like: Social Security, Medicare, Medical Research, Protecting older Americans from abuse, neglect, fraud; Paying for long-term care; Age discrimination; Paid family leave? What do people need to know when it comes to voting in NC? a. Federal courts repealed the voter ID requirement. Same-day registration during one-stop early voting is available. b. The absentee vote is the best & recommended way to vote. Request a form from the NC State Board of Elections. Last day November 1. c. If you are a blind or visually impaired voter, you may request, mark, and return an accessible absentee ballot online through the N.C. Absentee Ballot Portal. (https://votebymail.ncsbe.gov/app/home) d. A multipartisan assistance team, or “MAT,” is a group appointed by a county board of elections to assist with mail-in absentee voting and other services to voters living at facilities such as hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes. www.ncsbe.gov under voting, help for voters with disabilities e. If you can get to the polls, early voting is the best way to avoid the lines and commotion. It started on the 20th and ends November 5th. What is a person has a disability but can still make it to the polls? a. Contact county Board of Elections. Ask about accessibility of your polling place. Rite to request another permanent polling place in advance of the election if yours is inaccessible. b. People […]

    Senior Voting – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Senior Voting – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Senior Voting It’s important that everyone votes but why is it especially important for older people. Because issues may get swept under the rug like: Social Security, Medicare, Medical Research, Protecting older Americans from abuse, neglect, fraud; Paying for long-term care; Age discrimination; Paid family leave? What do people need to know when it comes to voting in NC? a. Federal courts repealed the voter ID requirement. Same-day registration during one-stop early voting is available. b. The absentee vote is the best & recommended way to vote. Request a form from the NC State Board of Elections. Last day November 1. c. If you are a blind or visually impaired voter, you may request, mark, and return an accessible absentee ballot online through the N.C. Absentee Ballot Portal. (https://votebymail.ncsbe.gov/app/home) d. A multipartisan assistance team, or “MAT,” is a group appointed by a county board of elections to assist with mail-in absentee voting and other services to voters living at facilities such as hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes. www.ncsbe.gov under voting, help for voters with disabilities e. If you can get to the polls, early voting is the best way to avoid the lines and commotion. It started on the 20th and ends November 5th. What is a person has a disability but can still make it to the polls? a. Contact county Board of Elections. Ask about accessibility of your polling place. Rite to request another permanent polling place in advance of the election if yours is inaccessible. b. People […]

    Non-Pharma Ways to Ward Off Dementia – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Non-Pharma Ways to Ward Off Dementia – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Non-Pharma Ways to Ward Off Dementia As rates of dementia, including Alzheimer’s rises, the sad news is that promising drug treatments have ultimately proven to be a false hope as clinical trials have repeatedly showed little impact of their effectiveness. So how can we hold dementia at bay without pharmaceuticals? I discuss on Charlotte Today.

    Non-Pharma Ways to Ward Off Dementia – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Non-Pharma Ways to Ward Off Dementia – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Non-Pharma Ways to Ward Off Dementia As rates of dementia, including Alzheimer’s rises, the sad news is that promising drug treatments have ultimately proven to be a false hope as clinical trials have repeatedly showed little impact of their effectiveness. So how can we hold dementia at bay without pharmaceuticals? I discuss on Charlotte Today.

    Challenging Conversations About Aging – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Challenging Conversations About Aging – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Challenging Conversations About Aging Having a conversation about preparing for aging can be challenging. Whether talking to other family members or mom and dad, topics like finances, legal issues, estate planning, living situations, care and treatment plans are tough. Yet, the sooner you have them, the better. I talk about these four things on Charlotte Today. 1. When is the best time to have these conversations? 2. So we covered the when, so where do you start? 3. How do you have these conversations? 4. Many times caregivers are alone in this. If there are siblings, how do you get them involved?  

    Challenging Conversations About Aging – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Challenging Conversations About Aging – My Segment on Charlotte Today

    Challenging Conversations About Aging Having a conversation about preparing for aging can be challenging. Whether talking to other family members or mom and dad, topics like finances, legal issues, estate planning, living situations, care and treatment plans are tough. Yet, the sooner you have them, the better. I talk about these four things on Charlotte Today. 1. When is the best time to have these conversations? 2. So we covered the when, so where do you start? 3. How do you have these conversations? 4. Many times caregivers are alone in this. If there are siblings, how do you get them involved?  

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Bits of Wisdom

Love the short bits of wisdom delivered with song and story. Relatable. From one aging expert to another - Thanks for your work in the world Anthony! Rhea Mader 💚🌷

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Great Podcast

Informative with great quality.. Love Anthony's story telling ability. Good Stuff!

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