Posts Tagged: all about living

THE GOOD, BAD, AND CONFUSION THAT EMERGES FROM A DIAGNOSIS OF ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE

Guests:  Hal Blotner, caregiver spokesman; Rebecca DeBuhr, Program Director and Melissa Theisen, Development Director, Alzheimer’s & Dementia Alliance of Wisconsin Now into his 90’s, Hal Blotner’s mind remains sharp and peppered with a touch of wit. His wife, Suzanne, was not as fortunate. She died in 2014 from Alzheimer’s disease, a disease that affects more… Read more »

A CONVERSATION ABOUT BECOMING A GREAT CONVERSATIONALIST

Guest:  Loren Ekroth, Ph.D., author, communications coach, consultant and speaker Has not knowing what to say stopped you from walking into a room full of people, from meeting people whom you might enjoy or who could have a positive influence on your life? Like any other skill, becoming comfortable in conversations, being able to participate… Read more »

MICHAEL AND TOYA JOHNSON SAY GOODBYE TO MADISON

Guests:  Michael and Toya Johnson Taking a break from packing boxes in anticipation of their move to Cincinnati, one of Madison’s “power couples,” Toya and Michael Johnson, stopped by the Mid-West Family Broadcasting studios to share special memories from their almost nine years in Madison and pass on some final thoughts. Michael Johnson was an… Read more »

ROBERTA GASSMAN ON WOMEN TAKING THE LEAD IN GOVERNMENT

Guest: Roberta Gassman…. Roberta Gassman was the recipient of this year’s Legacy Award from the Wisconsin Women in Government, an award which honors a woman who has made significant professional contributions throughout her career to local, state, and/or national government. Roberta Gassman’s career has spanned over 46 years and has taken her from working with… Read more »

“FOOD IS MEDICINE” AND MORE IN “JOURNEY OF AGING”

Guests: Jennifer Baird, Publication Director, Journey of Aging; Jesi Hirsch, RN, Madison Patient Advocates…. In the free publication Journey of Aging, readers can enjoy articles on a wide range of topics in addition to an extensive listing of resources and businesses important to caregivers and aging adults. Now published twice a year and distributed to… Read more »