Our Home Care Radio Show
Check out Scott Greenberg's weekly radio shows broadcast on 95.9 FM Mondays at 6:00 PM.
Learn about the life and times of Bobby Darin with performer Ron Gartner, who has a show called "Splish Splash: The Music of Bobby Darin," coming to you soon. So much you didn’t know unveiled in this fun and entertaining episode of "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom."Transcript.
Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" Scott talks with Joseph and Jonathan Karp, recently named Super Elder Lawyers, about how to ensure your wishes for how you want to live the rest of your life are honored. A most important and informative discussion. Transcript.
Dying is never an easy subject but knowing how people die and how to cope with a loved one who is dying is extremely important. Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" Dr. Leonard Hock talks about dying in his inimitable fashion using grace and humanity to help us weather this very difficult time. Transcript.
Retirement is scary and how to navigate the financial planning for retirement can be even scarier. Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" David Rosell of Rosell Wealth Management discusses how you can make retirement the best it can be.Transcript.
Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" author Debbie Weiss talks about her new book "On Second Thought... Maybe I Can," a story about defying the odds and challenges of being a family caregiver to three loved ones and still managing to reinvent herself after age 50.Transcript.
Having trouble hearing your TV or your friends when they’re speaking to you? Are the noises in the restaurant impacting your enjoyment on your night out? Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" Scott speaks with Dr. Lyndsey Bride, Audiologist at Adept Audiology, about hearing aids, early warning signs, and causes of hearing loss. All of your questions will be answered on this incredibly informative and important show. Transcript.
Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" Dr. Joy Siegel talks to Scott about moral injury. What is it? Why we should care? What can be done about it? A very powerful and thoughtful show that is bound to make you think. Transcript.
Kelley Jackson, PhD and Nurse Practitioner, joins us tonight to talk about an exciting new research project being conducted at Florida Atlantic University. The project is designed to look for a possible correlation between driving habits and the early detection of dementia. Find the answer when you tune in to this very interesting show.Transcript.
In one of Scott’s most fascinating episodes of "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" he speaks with Lizbeth Uzcategui from Hanger Clinic about artificial limbs and prosthetics. Born without a right arm, Lizbeth talks about the challenges and victories of being an amputee and the progress being made in the world of prosthetics. Transcript.
Reverse Mortgages, are they good or bad? Well, they may not be what you think they are, which is why you should listen to last night's episode of "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom."JD Dinnocenzo, a reverse mortgage expert, will answer all your questions and confront many of the myths surrounding reverse mortgages. A fascinating look at this most important product. Transcript.
Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" Dr. J.W. Snider, radiation oncologist at South Florida Proton Therapy Institute, explains proton radiation vs. traditional x-ray radiation and when each would be best for you. In a wide ranging interview Dr. Snider answers all our questions about this state of the art therapy available in only 42 centers across the country. Fascinating and informative. Transcript.
Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" Dr. Jeffrey Kotzen shares all you need to know about semaglutide, weight loss and an interesting new "non-surgical facelift." So much valuable information shared in this must listen to episode. Transcript.
Last night on "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" Rabbi Jay Lyons talks us through green burials and why they may be for you. An interesting look at a new concept in burial options for those concerned about the environment and the ecological impact of traditional funerals or cremation. Transcript
Florida State Senator Tina Polsky unpacks this year's most important legislative session. In a wide ranging review of the key events that took place, hear her tell the complete story beyond the headlines. Transcript
One of the most important educational conferences dealing with Alzheimer's disease is the Alzheimer's Community Care annual conference. It's coming up soon and Dr. Karen Gilbert, conference coordinator, tells us all that is available at this year's conference to help people living with the condition live their best life possible. Transcript.
Long term care will be necessary for over 70% of us over the age of 65 at some point in our lifetimes. How you will pay for it is often misunderstood. Jeff Lukosavich, long term care insurance expert, answers all your questions about how you might benefit from having long term care coverage. Transcript
Getting older is always challenging, but for the LGBTQ community there are many more problems to overcome. Join Scott with his guest Paul Iarrobino, a nationally known expert on LGBTQ aging as they discuss the challenges this community faces. Transcript
Brain health and Alzheimer's disease are connected in ways that we don't always understand. Dr. Karen Gilbert explains how and also explains what the new drugs you're hearing all about do and don't do. A terrific guest with great information to share. Transcript
Sex after 60! Dr. Shannon Dowler talks about why it's never too late and how to be smart about sex as we enter our 60s and beyond. A very important and most entertaining show. Transcript
Do you struggle with sleep problems? Do you have insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome? If you have any trouble sleeping, Dr. Harneet Walia, Director of Sleep Medicine at Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, answers all your sleep questions. Transcript
Radiology is often misunderstood and comes with many fears surrounding this amazing diagnostic tool. Those fears are addressed and your questions are answered by Radiologist Dr. Barry Katz in a fast moving and very informative show. Transcript
February is Heart Health Month and Dr. Heather Johnson, board certified cardiologist at Baptist Health, tells us how to stay truly heart healthy. Lots of useful and new information that addresses the many changes in heart care that affect us all. Transcript
Scott talks about fitness as we age with Renee Main, Vice President of Healthy Aging at LifeTime Fitness. A fascinating show about how we're never too old to start moving again. Transcript
Life insurance settlements. What are they? Should you consider selling your life insurance? How much is it worth? What can you use the proceeds for? The answers to those questions and more with Lisa Rehburg of Rehburg Life Insurance Settlements. Transcript
Ron Gartner and Fran Heller of Bicoastal Productions talk about the joys of bringing music and entertainment to people all over America. In a fun and lively show, we cover how music enhances our lives and how what we see is changing with the times. Transcript
What do care managers do and when should you consider hiring one? Allison Shevlin, geriatric care manager from Alpert Jewish Family Service, explains everything you need to know about care management. Transcript
Dr. Thomas Morrissey, Director of Gynecological Oncology at Lynn Cancer Institute, talks about the amazing progress being made in cervical cancer prevention and treatment. He also talks about the HPV vaccine and when you should get that as well as early warning signs you should watch out for. A most informative show. Transcript
One of the best kept secrets in adult education and entertainment is Osher Lifelong Learning Institute. Kami Batchelder from the Jupiter campus of OLLI explains all the opportunities available to you to stretch your mind and have fun at the same time. Transcript
Pickleball. What is the fascination and attraction? Brian McMahon, head pickleball professional at Lifetime Fitness in Palm Beach Gardens, shares why this is the fastest growing sport in the country and how you can start playing. Transcript
Hoarding is not exactly what we all think it is and can take on many variations. Dan Lagani of Silver Solutions guides us through all we need to know about this incredibly complicated condition. Transcript
Author Cameron Huddleston joins Scott to talk about her book "Mom and Dade, We Need to Talk." A fascinating conversation about finances and more.
Autism is often misunderstood and misdiagnosed. Dr. Marlene Sotelo, Executive Director of the Els for Autism Foundation, clears up all the confusion and tells us of the amazing working being done at the Foundation. A most interesting show.
Drug and alcohol attorneys Mark Astor and Audra Simovitch talk about help for those struggling with substance abuse. It's a fascinating conversation about a very important subject that is often overlooked and rarely talked about. Link to Transcript
The tables get turned on Scott. Joe and Jonathan Karp wanted to learn more about home care, so they decided to go to the expert and interview him. They were great interviewers if Scott says so himself. Link to Transcript.
Linda Borgmeyer of Novoleo explains how occupational therapy can help train us to live our best lives possible. Their unique approach to therapy can change outcomes for the better and she explains it brilliantly. Link to Transcript.
Urinary incontinence, weight loss and Doulas in childbirth were just a few of the topics discussed with Dr. Jeffrey Kotzen. An overwhelmingly informative show you won't want to miss. Link to Transcript.
Episode 453 - October 10, 2022
Open enrollment can be the best opportunity for you to update your Medicare coverage or the time you make a huge mistake you will regret for a very long time. Desirae Mearns helps explain what are your options and how you should approach open enrollment to ensure you make the right choice.
Florida State Senator Tina Polsky talks about her re-election campaign but more importantly talks about the state of Florida's politics. Unbelievably informative and eye opening. Link to Transcript.
Episode 451 - September 26, 2022
Beau Lynch, CEO of Neurobehavioral Hospitals, talks about the Baker Act, their two new hospitals, and mental health services in general. A fascinating show that talks about a most critical need and these new services designed to fill a very large gap in our mental healthcare needs. Link to Transcript.
In a fast-moving and very important show, Scott talks about end of life in a way you've never thought about with Dean Lambert of the Love Always Project. Link to Transcript.
Episode 449 - September 12, 2022
Dr. Eileen DeGrandis, Director of the Baptist Health Vein in Boca Raton, talks about vascular disease and answers all your questions. A fascinating guest and even more fascinating subject. Link to Transcript.
Episode 448 - September 5, 2022
Marion Frank from Wellington Cares talks about the great work the organization does in the community and Minx Boren, master certified coach, author, poet, chef, and keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Wellington Cares Luncheon talks about finding your strengths to dial down stress and dial up happiness. An uplifting and empowering show you won't want to miss.
Episode 447 - August 29, 2022
Margaret Lynn Duggar, President of the Florida Council on Aging, joins Scott to talk about everything from advocacy to long term planning and workforce issues to developmental disabilities. Fascinating show with lots of good information. Link to Transcript.
Episode 446 - August 1, 2022
David Rosell, author of "Failure is Not An Option: Creating Certainty in the Uncertainty of Retirement", joins Scott to talk about all things retirement. There are many risks to our financial plan in retirement and David helps us to avoid them. A most informative show for anyone in or near retirement. Link to Transcript.
Elder Law Attorneys Joe and Jonathan Karp talk about the impact the pandemic has had on how we may view our estate plans and not in the ways you might expect. From inheritance trusts to disinheriting family, life and law converge in unusual ways. Link to Transcript.
Episode 444 - June 27, 2022
Food insecurity is an often misunderstood and underestimated problem that impacts many people you may not expect. Belinda Lasky of Alpert Jewish Family Service talks about the problem and what they're doing to address this very real need. Link to Transcript.
Episode 443 - June 13, 2022
Dr. Ian Russinoff, Medical Director of Sollis Health, is our guest talking about a new concept in urgent care. Accessibility and availability can be challenging even in urgent care environments so tune in to listen to this new unique offering. Link to Transcript.
Episode 442 - June 6, 2022
Everyone has a story (or stories) to tell and everyone leaves a legacy. Scott speaks with one of our local stalwarts, Gerry Richman, about his fascinating life and the incredible history he was part of including Watergate, Vietnam, LBJ and so much more. This is a show you won't want to miss.
Episode 441 - May 23, 2022
Dr. Jeffrey Kotzen, OB/GYN, talks about everything from female incontinence to concierge specialty medicine. In a wide ranging conversation about the general health of our female population, we cover a lot of important ground.
Episode 440 - May 16, 2022
Dr. Patrick McGrath and Kellie Kintz of No-CD talk about OCD and its treatment. In a fascinating look at a condition few of us understand, many of our questions are answered in this fast paced show. Link to transcript.
Episode 439 - May 9, 2022
After three long years, it's back. Yes, Alzheimer's Community Care's educational conference is back live and in-person. To learn more about the incredible line-up and the details on where, when and how to register, tune into this most important episode of "OMG, I'm Getting Older and So Is My Mom" with ACC's VP of Education, Dr. Karen Gilbert. Link to transcript.
Episode 438 - May 2, 2022
Amanda Kulics and Jay Zeager of Clinics Can Help tell us about this amazing non-profit that brings together people who need durable medical equipment with people who have excess supplies. They do that and so much more so tune in and learn how you can help. Link to transcript.
Episode 437 - April 25, 2022
Drs. Connie Porcaro and Barbara O'Connor Wells, authors of a new book titled "Communication Problems from Brain Injury or Disease" are Scott's guests in a fast moving show you won't want to miss. Questions about speech, swallowing, or other communications issues? Tune in for the answers. Link to transcript.
During Parkinson's disease awareness month, listen in as we discuss the role of occupational therapy can play in helping those living with PD and other movement disorders thrive. Occupational therapist Nicole Reynolds brings her depth of experience to the conversation to share with listeners how they can live their best lives possible. Link to transcript.
Episode 435 - March 28, 2022
We have all seen the silver alert signs on the highways when someone with dementia gets lost in their car, but what about when the get lost on foot? The results can be tragic if they're not found quickly. Dr. Karen Gilbert and Paula Menigoz of Alzheimer's Community Care explain their revolutionary program to protect your loved ones from potential tragedy.
Episode 434 - March 21, 2022
The Americorp volunteer program through Alpert Jewish Family Service is an amazing way to match seniors with time to seniors in need to advance companionship that benefits all parties. Doni Greenblatt and Cara Gottlieb share the details and more on this fun and informative show.
Episode 433 - March 7, 2022
You may be surprised to learn that mental health and addiction are actually quite similar and have some of the same commonalities. Experts Cindy Wides and Carolyn Yasuna of Alpert Jewish Family Services discuss mental health first aid and addiction services available to people in need. A most interesting conversation.
Episode 432 - February 28, 2022
Dr. Ashish Sahai, Chief of Surgery at West Boca Medical Center, talks about the hospital's new Spine and Orthopedic center and everything else you wanted to know about spine surgery. An engaging guest with terrific insight to help you understand your options should you be considering spine surgery.
Episode 431 - February 21, 2022
Dr. Néerav Shah, Chief of Cardiology at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, talks to Scott about a wide variety of cardiac care in honor of hearth health month. Lots of valuable information shared on this very diverse show.
Episode 430 - February 14, 2022
Dr. Elaine Rotenberg, Clinical Director of Alpert Jewish Family Services, talks about breaking the stigma of mental health and a riveting interview she just had with Sean Astin, the son of Patty Duke. Growing up in a dysfunctional household has many challenges as does the stigma of mental health. Listen to this most fascinating and informative show.
Episode 429 - February 7, 2022
Bariatric Surgeon Dr. Ariel Rodriquez explains what this surgery entails, who should consider it, and what you should expect if you go forward. It's a terrific conversation filled with valuable information.
Dr. Tom Pearson, CEO of the Armory Art Center, helps educate us about this amazing resource here in Palm Beach County. Whether you are an accomplished artist or a beginner; whether you're two or 92, there is something there for everyone. Link to transcript.
Episode 427 - January 24, 2022
Rosemary Nixon of Encore PBC talks about the state of volunteerism in our area and why it is so difficult to match organizations who need help with those who can. A most interesting conversation you will thoroughly enjoy. Link to transcript.
Episode 426 - January 17, 2022
Everything you ever wanted to know about Covid with Dr. Osiyemi, Medical Director or Infectious Disease at Good Samaritan Medical Center and St. Mary's Medical Center. Dr. Osiyemi shares lots of very practical and useful information and dispels some common myths. A most fascinating show. Link to transcript.
Episode 425 - January 10, 2022
Elder Law Attorney Mitchell Kitroser talks about how to protect yourself from unintended exploitation from friends, family and foes. It's a fascinating look at many of the possibilities we may fail to consider when we try to ensure our estate goes exactly where we want it to. Link to transcript.
Episode 424 - December 13, 2021
Going back to work as we age brings some unique challenges and opportunities. Mature temps expert Richard Ross helps us navigate the senior employment world. Link to transcript.
Episode 423 - December 6, 2021
A fascinating conversation with Florida State Representative Dana Trabulsy who talks with Scott about the leap she took to politics, why she did so and her commitment to her constituents. Link to transcript.
Film Director Sky Bergman tells us tells us about her incredible debut documentary "Lives Well Lived." A fascinating, upbeat look at aging gracefully and with purpose. An award-winning documentary available on PBS and other outlets, it’s a film and show you don’t want to miss. Link to transcript.
Episode 421 - November 22, 2021
The holidays can be very stressful especially if you’re struggling with depression or other mental health issues. Dr. Amanda Darling discusses how to cope during this season and others and what you can do if you’re feeling more than a little down. Link to transcript.
Episode 420 - November 8, 2021
Dr. Arif Dalvi joins Scott to talk about Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases. From the latest developments in Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) and MRI Focused Ultrasound to early diagnosis and treatment, there is so much packed into this hour you'll want to listen more than once. Link to transcript.
Episode 419 - November 1, 2021
Don Hill, Director of the ADRC's (Area Agency on Aging) helpline discusses this amazing - and free - resource to help seniors get services they desperately need, but don't know exist. Link to transcript.
Episode 418 - October 18, 2021
Nancy Jobe of KEPRO describes the amazing services they provide Medicare recipients to help them access the best care available. It is an often unknown resource to help recipients with any problems they may be experiencing from providers and the information can be invaluable. Link to transcript.
Episode 417 - October 11, 2021
Medicare open enrollment can be the most dangerous time of the year for Medicare recipients. So much to consider and so confusing, but Desirae Mearns helps us understand the risks and the benefits in this most important show. Link to transcript.
Episode 416 - October 4, 2021
Dr. Jessica McCain of Southern Comfort Medical Marijuana Clinic answers all your questions about Medicinal Cannabis. A fascinating show that truly helps us understand who should, when we should and for what conditions we should consider Medical Marijuana. Link to transcript.
Episode 415 - September 27, 2021
Scott speaks with Rosemary Nixon, Founder of Encore PBC, a non-profit that helps seniors connect with employers interested in older employees. She spoke about the benefits of hiring seniors, of which there are so many. We all have many preconceived ideas about seniors in the work place and Rosemary helps us get to the reality of older workers' benefits to society. Link to transcript.
Episode 414 - September 20, 2021
Dan Lagani, CEO of Silver Solutions, reports on a recently conducted survey he completed about family caregiving. The results are incredibly information and somewhat surprising. A truly eye opening show you should not miss. Link to transcript.
Episode 413 - September 13, 2021
Internal Medicine Specialist and former Chief of Staff at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Dr. Shady Salib is in the studio with Scott. Everything from the impact of Covid to early detection of critical illnesses, and what role vaccines play in preventing many diseases we deal with, Dr. Salib tells us what we need to hear. A great show for all. Link to transcript.
Episode 412 - August 30, 2021
Dr. Elena Rehl, Breast Surgeon at Good Samaritan Hospital, discusses the importance of early detection for breast cancer, the latest in treatment and so much more. An important and potentially life saving show you won't want to miss. Link to transcript.
Episode 411 - August 9, 2021
Coral Shores Behavioral Health is a community hospital specializing in mental health issues. Learn about how the stigma surrounding mental health is unfortunate and can prevent people from obtaining the necessary treatment from which they can most benefit. Listen as CEO Stephen Quintyne and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anisha Gulati help us understand how valuable our mental health is. Link to transcript
Episode 410 - August 2, 2021
Radiation Oncology is an extremely important treatment option for those suffering from all forms of cancer. In fact, 60% of people with cancer will likely have some radiation throughout their treatment. Dr. Tim Williams, Medical Director of South Florida Proton Therapy Institute (SFPTI), explains how it works and how the latest developments in the field can impact one's quality of life. Link to transcript.
Episode 409 - July 26, 2021
Pain management is an often misunderstood discipline in the medical arena, but this show tries to clear up some of these misconceptions. Dr. Saulis Banionis, Pain Management Specialist, helps explain what pain management is, does and who can benefit from it. Link to transcript.
Episode 408 - July 19, 2021
Dr. Chadwick Hampton, Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in knees and hips, talks about the latest developments in robotic knee surgery. As a former military surgeon, Dr. Hampton brings unique and impressive skills to his practice and it's a show you don't want to miss. Link to transcript.
Episode 407 - June 21, 2021
Monica McAfee, Chief Innovation and Marketing Officer of John Knox Village talks about a different way to look at your senior living options. A great guest with lots of useful information. Link to transcript.
Episode 406 - June 14, 2021
Green burial? What's a green burial? List to Rabbi Jay Lyons and Deena Borzak of South Florida Jewish Cemetery explain. A fascinating look at an alternative to conventional burial options and why you might consider this as you think about your own burial planning. Link to transcript.
Episode 405 - June 7, 2021
Ophthalmologist Dr. Douglas Leder talks about the things you care most about when it comes to your eyes. From cataracts to macular degeneration and from buying glasses online to which eye drops are best, this show is packed full with useful information. Link to transcript.
Episode 404 - May 24, 2021
Dr. Shady Salib, internist in Palm Beach Gardens, talks about blood pressure. From why it matters to what you should do about it, this show will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about blood pressure. Link to transcript.
A fascinating discussion with Senator Tina Polsky about what transpired during this year's sessions in Tallahassee and how it will impact all of us in the months and years to come. Link to transcript.
Episode 402 - May 10, 2021
Not every senior living community is the same. There are many differences in options and even within the same category there can be significant differences. Scott speaks with Damon Thomas and Zack Benjamin from Inspired Living in Delray Beach, a new community doing things differently about to open soon. Link to transcript.
Episode 401 - May 3, 2021
Beth Ziglar of the Guardian Ad Litem program talks about the most important work they do and how you might get involved. Working with children can change their lives and yours so tune in to learn more about this amazing program. Link to transcript.
Episode 400 - April 26, 2021
Long Term Care Insurance expert Lisa Beers explains the benefits and the many options in LTCI. A most informative discussion of when, why, and what you should think about buying because, as she explains, 70% of us will have a need for long term care at some point in our lives. Link to transcript.
Episode 399 - April 19, 2021
Dr. David Watson, Founder of Alzheimer's Research and Treatment Center, one of America's leading centers of excellence in Alzheimer's research, talks about the latest news in research and treatment. In a fast-paced, informative show, Dr. Watson tells us about some amazing progress being made today. Link to transcript.
Episode 398 - April 12, 2021
Dr. Tom Minas of the Paley Institute talks about his unique approach to cartilage repair and knee replacement. Dr. Minas has done more cartilage repair than any doctor in the world and when you listen to him, you will understand why he spent 30 years at Harvard. Don't miss this show. Link to transcript.
Episode 397 - April 5, 2021
Dr. KC Cohen, general surgeon at Good Samaritan Hospital and newly appointed Chief of Surgery at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, talks about robotic surgery. Listen as she answers all our questions about robotics and why it may be best for you. Link to transcript.
Episode 396 - March 29, 2021
Listen to Dr. Kleper de Almeida, infectious disease specialist, discuss Covid, vaccines, treatments, and the future of our effort to deal with this disease. A most informative show you need to hear. Link to transcript.
Episode 395 - March 22, 2021
Jameel Edney of the Elder Rights Section of the Area Agency on Aging talks about elder fraud, abuse and exploitation. Listen to callers tell their stories and learn how you can protect yourself from becoming a victim yourself. Link to transcript.
Episode 394 - March 15, 2021
Michael Morgan from the Upledger Institute talks about CranioSacral Therapy, a treatment option for migraines, joint and muscle pain, digestive issues, chronic fatigue, Alzheimer's and other types of dementia to name a few. An incredibly informative show you should not miss. Link to transcript.
Episode 393 - March 8, 2021
Deep Brain Stimulation is an amazing treatment for some of the most common symptoms associated with Parkinson's Disease. One of the Nation's premier neurosurgeons, Dr. Jonathan Jagid of the University of Miami, and one of his patients join Scott in an incredible show describing the process and the fantastic results. Link to transcript.
Episode 392 - March 1, 2021
Falling can be a life changing event and never in a good way. There are many ways to prevent falls with some simple precautions. Stephanie Wierzbicka, an expert on falls, explains how. Link to transcript
Episode 391 - February 22, 2021
Interventional Cardiologist Dr. Augusto Villa talks TAVR, Mitralclip, Watchman and Covid for heart month. An amazing show with very important information for us all. Link to transcript
Episode 390 - February 15, 2021
Dan Lagani, CEO of Silver Solutions, talks about the Friction Zone. That's the place where adult children and seniors diverge in their opinions about what is best for each other. A fascinating subject and fast moving show you don't want to miss. Link to transcript
Episode 389 - February 8, 2021
Domestic abuse is a much more serious and prevalent issue than most of us realize. Sarah Trosty Walsh, Program Director of the Domestic Abuse Program at Alpert Jewish Family Services, talks about the issue, signs and red flags, as well as an exciting event featuring Elizabeth Smart. Link to transcript
Episode 388 - February 1, 2021
A very unique show as Scott talks to you directly about the impact of Covid has had on our lives. He addresses everything from the vaccines to isolation to long-term care plans and how those plans may have changed. A show that will make you think and address the answers to some very important questions. Link to transcript
Episode 387 - January 25, 2021
Desirae Mearns helps explain what this new open enrollment period allows and how you can take advantage of this opportunity. A most important and information show that may help you improve your Medicare options and keep you well. Link to transcript
Episode 386 - January 18, 2021
Parkinson's disease can have so many implications for those living with the disease. Two of the most impactful things that help are music and movement. To learn more about how, tune in see how you can attend a free symposium. Great information for those who are dealing with PD or know someone who is. Link to transcript
Episode 385 - January 11, 2021
Long term care insurance can be very confusing. When should I activate my policy? Am I sick enough to use my policy? Attorney Steven Dunn answers these questions and so many more in this most important show. Link to transcript.
Episode 384 - January 4, 2021
Dr. Ariel Rodriguez, Bariatric Surgeon at Delray Medical Center, discusses the procedure you may not fully understand. A fascinating look at the pros and cons of this life altering surgery. Link to transcript.
Episode 383 - December 14, 2020
Attorney Joe Karp of the Karp Law firm talks about how Covid has impacted our elder law planning and what we've learned. From tax law changes to beneficiary designations and Healthcare Surrogates to Powers of Attorney, this is a show you need to hear. Link to transcript.
Episode 382 - December 7, 2020
Neurologist Dr. Dennys Reyes of Delray Medical Center talks about brain aneurysms. A fascinating show about a condition most of us know little about. Link to transcript.
Episode 381 - November 30, 2020
Dr. Daniel Caruso, noted urologist here in Jupiter, Florida, talks about men’s prostate health. From diagnosis to treatment he discusses the latest technology and outcomes for prostate cancer and other men’s health issues. A most informative show. Link to transcript for Episode 381
Episode 380 - November 16, 2020
Cardio thoracic surgeon Dr. Nishant Patel talks about the latest Impella device technology he is pioneering here in Palm Beach as well as the latest in bypass surgery. He also talks about the differences between cardiac disciplines that many of us find confusing at times. A simply wonderful guest and a show you don’t want to miss. Link to transcript for Episode 380
Episode 379 - November 2, 2020
Shoes can make all the difference in the world when it comes to your quality of life. Diabetes, hip replacements, knee replacements, lower back problems, and more can impact how you feel and the proper footwear can help you overcome those problems. The folks from Nobile Shores discuss how they can guide you to solutions you may never have thought of during this most enjoyable show. Link to transcript.
Episode 378 - October 26, 2020
Desirae Mearns, SHINE Director of the Area Agency on Aging, talks about Medicare open enrollment. The most important time of year for Medicare beneficiaries explained in plain language with some great tips too. Always a very informative and important show. Link to transcript.
Episode 377 - October 19, 2020
Beth and Steve Elgort, the founders of Mind, Music, Movement, a non-profit foundation focused on gathering wonderful resources for people with Parkinson's disease, talk about the foundation's work and the disease itself. A wonderful show that will make you smile and want to learn more. Link to transcript.
Episode 376 - October 12, 2020
Dr. Mark Goldstein, Founder and CEO of JEM Research Institute, talks about Parkinson's disease and clinical trials. A very information show about a subject we could all learn more about.
Episode 375 - October 5, 2020
Dr. Brian Coleman, Foot and Ankle Orthopedic Surgeon, talks about ankle replacements, stem cell treatments, PRP and the unique differences between Podiatrists and Foot and Ankle surgeons. A fascinating and incredibly informative show.
Episode 374 - September 28, 2020
Lisa Fossett of Saylor Physical Therapy discusses everything you want to know about physical therapy and how it plays a critical role in the continuum of care.
Episode 373 - September 21, 2020
Can you or should you sell or buy a home during a pandemic? Scott talks about that and everything real estate with Milly Taylor of Keyes Realty. A very informative and interesting show.
Episode 369 - September 14, 2020
Steve Delach, Business Development Manager of Cresthaven Senior Living, talks about Assisted Living in a COVID environment. The challenges are enormous and we often can't appreciate what being in an assisted living community during these times entails. Great and informative show!
Episode 368 - August 10, 2020
Dr. Antonio Beltran, Urologist at Good Samaritan Hospital, talks about incontinence, kidney stones, prostate cancer and so much more. A very informative show covering a wide variety of important issues.
Episode 367 - August 3, 2020
Laura Dwelley, RN and Dr. Karen Gilbert from Alzheimer's Community Care talk about how to help families cope with Covid and Alzheimer's disease during these difficult times. The challenges are great, but there are many things we can do to navigate these challenging waters. Tune in and see how we can all help those in need of support.
Episode 366 - July 27, 2020
An incredibly fun show as our very own Claudine Louis and Tori Watts, schedulers extraordinaire, join Scott live in the studio to talk about the science behind matching caregivers and caregivers.
If you or someone you know thinks they may need help caring for a loved one, this show will answer many of your questions about how we ensure you have the best caregiving experience.
Episode 365 - July 20, 2020
Patrick Franklin, President and CEO of the Urban League of Palm Beach County, speaks with Scott about what the league does, how COVID impacts his constituency, systemic racism, BLM and much more. This is a show you don't want to miss.
Episode 364 - July 13, 2020
Filling in for Scott who is away celebrating his 50th wedding anniversary is special guest host, Dan Lagani, Co-Founder and CEO of Silver Solutions. Dan addresses two critical issues facing our seniors today ... making sure their environment is safe when mobility becomes compromised and then how to stay mentally healthy and happy in this very isolating time. A dynamic show and one you don't want to miss.
Episode 363 - July 6, 2020
Dr. David Padden, Orthopedic Surgeon who specializes in robotic hip and knee surgery, tells us when you may need surgery and when you may not and what procedure is right for you. We also talk about arthritis, what it is, and how it affects our lives.
Episode 362 - June 29, 2020
Dr. Cory Harow, Chief Medical Officer of the emergency department at West Boca Medical Center, talks about COVID and its impact on emergency care. A very interesting and timely show you need to hear.
Episode 361 - June 22, 2020
Dr. Chadwick Hampton joins Scott to talk about orthopedic surgery in the era of COVID-19 and knee and hip replacement surgery. A fast-moving and fascinating show that will answer your many questions about surgery during this unique time.
Episode 360 - June 15, 2020
Shawn Taker and Mary Kerman of the Egoscue Method tell us about this lifestyle technique that can improve the quality of your life. A fascinating new look at health and wellness and how movement is a critical component for improving your health.
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