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AN ENRICHING LIFESTYLE AT OAK PARK PLACE

Guests: Jean Bachhuber, Director of Memory Services Jennifer Baird, Director of Sales Jasmine Rogness, Regional Director of MarketingUsing lessons from The Blue Zones: Lessons from People Who Have Lived the Longest, by Dan Buettner, the National Geographic journalist, Oak Park Place, a senior living community providing a Continuum of Care, focuses on wellness as they… Read more »

HEALTH CARE REFORM: JUST THE FACTS

Guests:Doug Hill, Know Your Care WisconsinSara Finger, Wisconsin Alliance for Women’s HealthBill Feitlinger, Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Persons The Affordable Care Act was signed into law on March 23, 2010. This groundbreaking legislation that is reforming our health care system has been the subject of much controversy and discussion. The Affordable Care Act does not… Read more »

CWAG: ADVOCATING FOR ALL GENERATIONS

Guest: Nino Amato, President/Executive Director, CWAG – Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups The Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide membership organization that was founded in 1977. Working to develop a framework in which all generations can age well in Wisconsin is what CWAG is all about. Discussing how CWAG is focused… Read more »

SOMETHING SPECIAL FROM WISCONSIN FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Guest: Katie Wirkus, Wisconsin’s 64th Alice in Dairyland Wisconsin’s $59 billion agricultural industry is more than just good for our economy. It is good for us – providing us with a virtual smorgasbord of choices for healthy consumption. At this time of year, Something Special from Wisconsin offers abundant ideas for gifts and holiday entertaining…. Read more »

TALKING TURKEY…With Your Doctor!

Guests: Ann Albert, Executive Director of Supporting Active Independent Lives (SAIL) and SAIL S.O.S. Personal Emergency Response Service Sue Gaard, RN, Founder of Confident Conversations Navigating the healthcare system is a challenge for the best of us. With about 43 million caregivers in the United States – most unpaid family members or friends and two-thirds… Read more »