Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur discuss how seniors can maintain and maximize control through the aging process.
Denise Lee, certified professional organizer and coach, discusses what seniors should do with their “stuff” as they age.
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and co-host Susan Arthur examine real-life examples of how elder law can affect a person’s finances.
Ted Gottlieb, real estate agent and certified senior advisor, gives housing tips for older adults as they consider whether to remain in their home or transition to a different living arrangement as they age.
Rona McNally, Missouri director of Senior Medicare Patrol, explains how Medicare fraud can impact aging adults and gives tips for preventing it. Senior Medicare Patrol (to ask about Medicare Fraud or level care): 888-515-6565
Sgt. Mike Parks of the St. Louis County Police Department discusses ways the elderly can safeguard themselves to avoid falling victim to fraud and other types of financial exploitation. General Assignments Unit (St. Louis County) – To report fraud – 314-615-5380 Senior Medicare Patrol – (to ask about Medicare Fraud or level of care) –… [Read More]
Attorney-CPA Joe Cordell and Susan Arthur discuss decision factors that come into play when determining where to live during your retirement years.
Dr. Linda Smith, of the Arthritis Foundation, returns to further discuss how to take care of your body as you age.
Dr. Linda Smith, of the Arthritis Foundation, gives an overview of why we develop pain in our joints and spine and gives tips for maintaining healthy mobility as we age.
Larry Fowler of LegacyCoalition.com joins the program to discuss the role grandparents play in families and what they can do to leave behind meaningful legacies.