Posts Tagged: whit

WHAT IT MEANS TO NEVER GIVE UP: A TRUE STORY…

Guest:  Susan Spahn, author Billy Spahn was 12 years old when he dove off a pier into shallow water at the family’s cottage and broke his neck. He instantly became quadriplegic which was considered a life sentence for never walking again. But he never gave up hope nor did his family. Hope combined with perseverance,… Read more »

MANAGING TO AGE AT HOME

Guests:  Julia Houck, Chief Administrative Officer, Agrace; Tasha Robinson, Home Care Manager, Agrace’s Age at Home… There is new enthusiasm for aging at home. But as grocery shopping, cooking, changing the sheets and other household chores become unmanageable, or if you worry about your safety getting in and out of the shower and moving about… Read more »

BRAIN HEALTH BRUNCH: A DAY TO CELEBRATE MEMORY IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY

Learn how to live life like it’s golden! That is the theme of the 9th Annual Solomon Carter Fuller event held each year to build awareness of Alzheimer’s disease in the African American community. This year’s BRAIN HEALTH BRUNCH is Saturday, March 16, 8:30 am – 2:30 pm, at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in Fitchburg…. Read more »

CONFRONTING THE LASTING EFFECTS OF BULLYING….

Guest: Beverly Davis, Community Chaplain, Attic Angel Place and Author, Great Gray Series “The effects of bullying can stay with you all your life,” says Beverly Davis. Beverly speaks from personal experience. She was bullied throughout her childhood and is still impacted by the pain. “The acts of marginalizing people don’t just affect the person being… Read more »

MADISON IN THE SIXTIES

Guest:  Stuart Levitan, author, Madison historian, broadcaster Stu Levitan has recently published the civic history of a turbulent decade, “Madison in the Sixties.” No, it’s not a groovy, tie-dyed memoir of hippie life. In fact, as Stu tells us on this program, much about the Sixties in Madison was not groovy at all. The battle… Read more »