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7/10/2017 – District of Columbia “State of the Senior Address”

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District of Columbia’s “State of the Senior Address” This morning, July 10th, on “The Senior Zone” we heard from the District of Columbia Office on Aging, Ms. Laura Newland, Executive Director, as she laid out her 3rd Qtr of 2017 “State of the Senior Address”. In our second segment, our special guest was Jay Newton-Small, Co-Founder […]

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7/3/2017 – Combatting Senior Hunger & Isolation

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Combatting Senior Hunger & Isolation On this program, broadcasted July 3rd, “The Senior Zone”  discussed the challenges and opportunities in combatting hunger & isolation among our older adults with Ms. Ellie Hollander, President & CEO, Meals on Wheels America. At the top of show, we talked with the publisher and editor of The Beacon Newspaper, Mr. Stuart Rosenthal regarding […]

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6/19/17 – Elder Abuse, Elder Justice

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Understanding Elder Abuse & How To Help On this broadcast, recorded on Monday,  June 19, 2017, “The Senior Zone” focused its discussion on elder abuse, elder justice and the efforts to address these issues with Deputy Assistant Secretary for Aging of the Administration on Aging (AoA) Mr. Edwin Walker, who serves as the chief career official for the […]

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2/27/2017 – Housing Vouchers & All Things AARP

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It’s AARP Monday on The Senior Zone On February 27th, we heard from AARPs Chief Enterprise Strategy & Innovation Officer, Mr. Terry Bradwell and how AARP is discovering new solutions that helps people 50+ navigate and live their best lives. Special Guest: AARPs Legal Counsel for the Elderly discussed their newest program that saves people who have housing vouchers […]

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2/6/2017 – How Repeal of Obamacare Impacts Medicare

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How Repeal of Obamacare Impacts Medicare On today’s show we talk with Max Richtman, President & CEO of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare. Our discussion focused the seemingly imminent repeal of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, and it’s impact on Medicare. We also talk about current legislation being considered to turn Medicare into […]

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12/12/2016 – Work for Yourself @ 50+

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Work for Yourself @ 50+ On today’s show we discussed a new partnership program between the Washington Area Community Investment Fund, also known as Wacif, and AARP, called Work for Yourself@50+. At the top of our show, we are spotlighted two local companies enriching the lives of older adults here in the DMV. The company […]

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11/28/2016 – Connecting Seniors to Community-Aging Services

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Connecting Seniors to Community-Aging Services On today’s show we focused on helping seniors learn where to tap into local aging resources. Our guest was Ms. Sandy Markwood, CEO of The National Association of Area Agencies on Aging (n4a). We also, at the top of our show, discussed current Rent Control Legislation, with Legal Counsel for […]

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11/7/2016 – A Setback is a Setup for a Comeback

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Today, November 7th we discussed the Importance of Self-Care without guilt or remorse with Dr. Janet Taylor of AARPs Life Reimagined; where the life you’ve dreamed of having remains very possible. In our second segment and joining us in-studio was Mr. Comeback himself, Dr. Willie Jolley, discussing his powerful techniques, ideas, principles and strategies behind his […]

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10/31/2016 – Money & Avoiding Family Conflicts after your Death

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On today’s broadcast we talked with, Mr. Stan T. Webb, CEO of DreamCatcher Wealth Management on a several topics to include elder fraud and how to avoid family conflicts after one has passed. Great discussion and informative. Our special guest was a District of Columbia-based organization, Legal Counsel for the Elderly, Senior Medicare Patrol where they shared […]

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10/24/2016 – Surviving Cancer

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On today’s broadcast we talked with, Ms. Brenda George, author of “Rejoicing Through The Tears: Embracing Gods Hand In Cancer” and how she managed, survived and thrived through her bout with thyroid cancer – a story you don’t wanna miss. Our special guest was a District of Columbia-based organization, Iona Senior Services whose mission is to […]

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