The Civic Life Project and the 2020 film documentary challenge engages young people in our democratic process by using the medium of film. It’s a fascinating and important effort and my guests who co-founded the project and who support its efforts provided a most interesting conversation. Please listen to this unique show unlike any we’ve done before.
Dr. Connie Porcaro and Kelly Steele from Florida Atlantic University talk about helping those with Parkinson’s Disease recover their voice. As is often the case, people with Parkinson’s can lose the ability to speak out and speak loud and their program changes that for so many.
Sometimes we are so afraid of technology and how fast it moves we fail to take advantage of all it can offer. Scott speaks with Tiffany DiPanni who helps us understand how helpful all this technology can be and how best to use it. A fun and informative show you will thoroughly enjoy.
Board Certified Neurologist Dr. James Galvin of Florida Atlantic University College of Medicine talks about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and how you can prevent the disease or slow its progression. He also talks about the future of medications that may be able to help arrest the progress of the disease. A truly fascinating show.
Dr. Roger Landry, author of "Live Long And Die Short" is joined by Rachel Blumberg, Executive Director of Abbey Delray South to talk about Masterpiece Living. This program will explain how to find purpose as we age and add quality to our lives. A most interesting show that will demonstrate to you the importance of optimism in your quest to live your best life possible.
Open enrollment is that time of year where if you’re not careful you can make a terrible mistake with your Medicare coverage decisions. There is tremendous confusion and misunderstanding about all the options that you face at this most important time. Desirae Mearns, the Program Director for SHINE, is tonight’s guest and she can help you navigate these open enrollment waters safely. A must listen to show if you’re enrolled in Medicare or an advantage plan.