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Aging Starts Now

Johnson McGinnis Elder Care Law & Estate Planning

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On this weekly podcast, members of the Johnson McGinnis Elder Care Law & Estate Planning team discuss the tools, techniques, strategies, and services that will help you respond with confidence to the legal, financial, and personal challenges created by long life, chronic illness, and disability.
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Second Half of Life Podcast

Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak

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This podcast explores the many issues and topics related to elder law - the wide range of legal matters affecting people in their second half of life and individuals with disabilities. Produced by Steinbacher, Goodall and Yurchak: Your elder care and special needs law firm, providing quality representation in litigation, with locations in Altoona, State College, Wilkes-Barre, Williamsport, Wyalusing and Wysox, Pa. Visit our website at PAElderCounsel.com.
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Welcome to the ElderCare Insights by Welcome Back Home Care with Lee Berkowitz, the podcast designed to help you navigate the complex world of elder care. We know the questions and concerns you're grappling with–we've been there too. Each episode is packed with answers to your FAQs, solutions to common challenges, and the essential tools you need to make informed decisions. We'll introduce you to experts that help you navigate this important phase of life. At 'ElderCare Insights,' we believe ...
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In today's busy society, people aren't typically thinking about aging or elder care. By 2030, there will be more older adults than children under age 5 for the first time in human history. Here's a fantastic podcast with different topics ranging from clinical care of older adults to things that family caregivers need to know. Hosted by Dr. Melissa Batchelor (MelissaBPhD) 'This Is Getting Old' highlights all of the things we need to do to create an age-friendly world - because when things are ...
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The Knowledge for Caregivers Podcast will provide practical tips from a geriatric nurse's perspective on how to help your aged love one. The world is experiencing an explosion of people living longer. At some point though, an aged person begins to need help. Most of that help is provided by family members. Family members usually begin a steep learning curve on how to help their aged loved ones. Every week I will provide practical tips that I use with my own family to help you navigate the ca ...
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Senior Care Academy

Caleb Richardson, Alex Aldridge

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Senior Care Academy is a podcast dedicated to providing valuable information and expert advice on navigating the world of senior care for both senior care providers, and families with aging parents. Hosted by industry professionals, each episode covers a wide range of topics including healthcare options, legal considerations, financial planning, and emotional support for caregivers. If you are a healthcare provider, have aging parents, or are a senior adult, this podcast is for you! Tune in ...
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Looking to stay ahead in the booming elder care industry? Join Senior Care Conversations with Bluebird Homecare as we bring you news, insights, and stories about meeting the challenges of aging in America. Stuart Brunson, Bluebird Homecare Chairman & CEO, speaks with industry leaders and caregivers to highlight opportunities and challenges in providing healthy, independent home living for seniors across the country.
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A caregiver community hosted by an Consuela, Occupational Therapist and former caregiver to my mother. I know that providing for the daily needs of your elderly parents or disabled spouse can have its daily challenges. You often feel alone and often risk injury to themselves and your loved ones as you struggle to assist them with daily personal care and mobility tasks. I understand what you are going through and understand that you just need insight on what options are available. The Caregiv ...
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Elder Law Today Podcast

Elder Law Today Podcast

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Are you a senior citizen? Or perhaps you have a parent, relative, close friend or neighbor who is one. If so, then you won’t want to miss this important and informative podcast. Learn about elder law, a relatively new area of law, that encompasses the legal issues that acutely affect seniors and their families. Yale Hauptman, an elder law attorney, discusses the various problems and issues of aging in America today and interviews guests from other elder care fields.
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Comfort Keeper’s in Davie, Florida is a family-owned and operated franchise serving families and their loved-ones since 2017. The family’s first location opened in 2017, after experiencing, first-hand the need for in-home services for their loved one. This defining moment sparked their desire to provide the same peace of mind and services to families who are overwhelmed and in need of care for their loved ones. We launched the podcast with the aim of educating the public about various aspect ...
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Conversations on Aging: The Podcast! We're never too young to think about aging... Join us for engaging conversations on a wide range of issues with industry experts: the Master Plan on Aging, elder care, medicare fraud, science & technology, wisdom, caregiving, and much more! We will feature conversations with Leza Coleman, Legislative Director of the California Commission on Aging, Dr. Dilip Jeste, the former Senior Associate Dean for Healthy Aging and Senior Care and Distinguished Profess ...
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With pharmacare expertise and informed guests, Lidia Molinara guides you through the complex world of medication and health. Whether you're caring for yourself or a loved one, Take Care With Meds empowers you to ACE your healthcare journey: Advocate, Communicate, Educate. Let Lidia be your guide.
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Elder Law Report

Greg McIntyre, J.D., M.B.A.

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Keeping seniors and their families informed and up to date on estate planning, elder law and other matters. We help seniors navigate the legal maze of aging in America.
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Welcome to "Taking Care of Tutu," the podcast that explores the legal mechanics of how we care for our loved ones and ourselves using the tools of estate planning, probate, and elder law. Join us as we dive into the world of legal intricacies with a touch of aloha spirit. In this podcast, we follow the journey of a dedicated estate planning, probate, and elder law firm as they share insights, stories, and expert advice. They're on a mission to be a one-stop resource in Hawaii for all things ...
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Healthcare and senior care is fraught with problems and challenges, but we are also seeing some amazing new clinical treatments and resources. This show will help illuminate and uncover the good, the bad, and the ugly in order to equip patients patients, families, and other healthcare providers. Welcome to Senior Care Confidential.
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Talking Seniors

Anthony Enea, Esq.

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Join Anthony J. Enea, Esq. of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP for a podcast series centered around all things Seniors! Talking Seniors is an informative and interactive podcast series where Anthony J. Enea, Esq. will interview various members of the community who can help answer your questions about everything from finances to home care assistance available as you age.
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Tim Tholen, CEO of Thoughtful Health Care, discusses valuable strategies, tips, and information used every day in the care of Alzheimer and dementia patients at home. Thoughtful Healthcare is committed to providing your loved ones with the very best in personable, caring and friendly at home care. By providing compassionate and professional caregivers a higher quality of life for loved ones under our watch is achieved through advocacy, integrity, continuous improvement and, above all else, h ...
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Editors at The Lancet Healthy Longevity, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explore their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to this open access journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from dementia prevention to older people in the criminal justice system, the haematological malignancies in older people to the link between physical activity, sleep duration, and cognitive ageing, and more.
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Conversations with leaders in the field of elder care from the century-old Jewish Home Family nonprofit who share their expertise and wisdom on aging well, caring for elders, decisions faced by older adults and the burgeoning field of elder tech redefining how we age. Hosted by President and CEO Carol Silver Elliott, the show features guests and interviews from the cutting edge of the world of elder care and beyond.
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Todd Whatley is a Certified Elder Law Attorney, practicing attorney and now the Elder Law Coach. His passion is to help attorneys become proficient Elder Law Attorneys. He still practices law with over 22 years of experience with offices in two states. He is the Past President of the National Elder Law Foundation, the ABA accredited certifying organization for the ABA. He LOVES working with new and experienced attorneys to help them have the best job in the world and help a great population. ...
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Senior Care Show

Falkenburg Productions

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The Senior Care Show is a weekly podcast dedicated to educating listeners on all aspects of elder care. Hosted by experts in the field, the show covers a wide range of topics related to caring for aging loved ones, including home healthcare and nursing, medicaid, elder law, and retirement planning. The show’s goal is to provide listeners with the information and resources they need to make informed decisions about the care of their elderly family members. The show is ideal for anyone who has ...
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There are a lot of myths and misconceptions floating around about estate planning and long-term care planning. Many families fail to plan because they feel overwhelmed and not sure where to start, so they never put a plan in place. Our mission with this podcast is to give you a starting point and empower you to ask the questions that matter most when it comes to putting the right estate plan together for you and your family. In each episode, we are addressing the myths and misconceptions abo ...
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Host, Donna R. Gore, known across the internet as “LadyJustice,” brings her brand of humanitarian justice to listeners everywhere. Her experience ranges from surviving the homicide of her father, to living as a person with a disability. Nothing has slowed her tenacity to right the wrongs she sees, whether in the justice system, travel industry, elder care, or the field of disabilities, she persists for answers and shares what she has learned with you.
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This podcast is for women 60+ years old and is at a new stage of life, different than all the others as far as making the transition is concerned. She has suffered many losses in her lifetime, some small others major. This is her third act and she wants to make it her best, but life gets in the way. Sn She is looking for an understanding of which way to go, leaving the anxiety, anticipation and hesitation behind.
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PARENT YOUR PARENTS radio show has a two pronged approach, the first is the “how to” of managing elder care issues on the non-medical side. This includes legal, mental health care, seniorizing a home, insurance needs, and basic steps on how to make the last chapter of your life or your loved ones life fulfilling and worry free. The second is to raise issues about the treatment of seniors and why this important, because in the end, we’ll all be seniors. A graduate of University of Miami Law S ...
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LilyList

The Flux Creative

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LilyList aims to be a ”handbook for the living.” Providing resources that help people tell their stories and understand their legacies. Life can be a scary place, and end-of-life even scarier, but fear has no place here.
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Hosted by award winning veteran radio and television anchor, journalist, and marketing/public relations professional Sam Yates, this is a compelling show for seniors, about seniors, and featuring seniors. Yates is recognized as an expert in the senior care and urgent care business categories. The Great American Senior Show delves into topics that impact senior health and wellness; updates pandemic policies; is a forum for multi-political views; details financial and investment information; a ...
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Are you worried about your aging parents? Do you feel they will need either in-home care, driving assistance, or possibly move into assisted living or a memory care facility? Join me as I discuss your concerns around caring for your senior parents. It’s hard enough taking care of your family in today’s world. Then, when you add in nursing care, physical rehabilitation, and looking for a personal assistant or a new housing situation to better suit your parents’ needs as they age, you can find ...
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Storyteller Ray Christian shares personal stories as a sixty-something combat veteran, historian, and goat-wrangling father of six living in the rural mountains of Appalachia, all told through the fabric of centuries of Black history.
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The Caring Generation® supports conversations about care and well-being for caregivers and care receivers. Gain insights about aging, health conditions and prevention, family caregiving relationships, navigating healthcare, care costs, legal planning, and the importance of being proactive to make the best choices for yourself and your loved ones.
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A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith. CME available!
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Welcome to Home Front Chronicles, your go-to podcast for expert insights and strategies on living well at home. Join us as we delve into the realms of home care, home health, patient advocacy, and in-home medical services, Whether you're providing care, receiving it, or supporting a loved one, our episodes provide invaluable tips, resources, and discussions to empower you on your journey. Tune in for practical advice, inspiring stories, and the latest trends in optimizing home life for healt ...
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The podcast that keeps you up to date - through news, features and interviews - with the inspirational work of Friends of ANCHOR, a charity that supports cancer and haematology care in the North-east of Scotland.
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Our goal is to provide valuable information so you can reach PEACE OF MIND through planning. FOLLOW NOW so you are armed with straight forward planning tips for when you're ready to get started! EASIEST WAY TO REACH US: https://www.zammittilaw.com http://www.yourplanningattorney.com ABOUT VAL -- Valerie is an admitted math nerd who never intended on becoming an attorney. A little bit of luck helped her find estate planning, elder law and probate as her focus. Valerie’s natural care-giver ten ...
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Over the past 30 years, Faith and Law has brought a wide variety of distinguished speakers to address contemporary political and cultural issues for the benefit of congressional staff.
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In this episode, attorney Bill Miller discusses the challenges faced by caregivers and provides valuable information on what caregivers need to know. He emphasizes the importance of having open conversations with aging parents about their wishes and end-of-life care. He also highlights the significance of creating or updating legal plans, including…
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In this episode, Ray takes a trip back home and talks with his sister Janice about the challenges of caring for the sick and elderly at home. They discuss what they saw during the days of their youth, the secrecy, and the need for help. For more about Ray go to drraychristian.com and let him know what you're thinking. Thanks!…
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Ever wondered how you can enjoy a stress-free vacation while ensuring your elderly loved ones are well taken care of? Find out how in this episode of the Comfort Keepers Davy podcast! Hosts Christy Groulet and Jeremy Wolf dive into the growing trend of families seeking short-term care solutions for their elderly relatives. Learn how Comfort Keepers…
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Send us a Text Message. Balancing the care of both her young children and her cancer-diagnosed parents, all within a single year, Lynn Smargis found herself thrust into the challenging world of senior care. This life-changing experience ignited her passion for helping families navigate the emotional and financial complexities of caregiving. Join us…
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Have you been caring for your elderly parents or grandparents? Are you paying their bills, taking them to the doctor, managing their prescriptions? In this pilot episode of Taking Care of Tutu, we introduce you to the indispensable power of attorney – a crucial legal document. We'll explain why you need a general durable power of attorney and the a…
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“If you read 1,000 papers and build a powerful representation, humans can interrogate, mine, ask questions, and even get the system to generate new hypotheses.” – Markus Buehler About Markus Buehler Markus Buehler is Jerry McAfee (1940) Professor in Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Principal Investigator of MIT’s Labor…
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Are you a solo ager? You might be a solo ager if you are an individual or couple without children, you never married or had children, or you are living alone since the divorce or death of a partner. Being a solo ager can pose a challenge when it is time to decide who will manage your financial and healthcare affairs if you are incapacitated. Elder …
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“The gut microbiome is believed to hold the key to healthy aging.” —Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP, FGSA, FAAN The secret to aging well may lie within our gut. Scientists have discovered that maintaining gut health is crucial for overall well-being, including brain health. In this episode, we'll explore the gut microbiome, what it is, and how to k…
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Ever wondered how to secure your family business for future generations while avoiding headaches like lengthy probate processes? Join us for an enlightening conversation with Britton Begley, where we reveal essential strategies to ensure a smooth transition of business ownership across generations. You’ll learn how to harness the power of LLCs and …
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#233 | Who Pays the Capital Gains Now? An inherited home is sold 2 years after someone passes. Who will have to pay Capital Gains? The estate or the beneficiaries? Timing is everything and this episode will explain more. -- We’re here to help you learn more! Please comment and let us know if you found this additional knowledge useful to you…and plu…
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Unlock the secrets to effective elder law and estate planning as we host Ian Weiner, a Certified Financial Planner, who shares his expertise on the critical risks of using templated legal documents and "do it yourself" financial advice. Discover why DIY and advisor-mediated estate plans often fall short and how improper documentation can lead to se…
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Discover the evolving world of estate planning and financial advising in our latest episode, featuring insightful contributions from Todd Whatley, the Elder Law Coach, and certified financial planner Ian Weiner. You won't want to miss Todd's candid apology for the delay in new episodes as he commits to more frequent and valuable content. Ian takes …
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Welcome to The Care and Dementia Podcast. I’m your host, Gemma Clay, founder of Sweet Pea Care, and today, we’re diving into a fascinating topic: reading and dementia. You might have heard the claim, “People with dementia can’t read anymore.” But is this really true? In today’s episode we’ll debunk this and many other myths surrounding dementia and…
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Perhaps you have heard the term “Probate” and wonder, “What is involved in the process?” Or maybe a loved one has passed away and you are responsible for probating his or her estate? In this episode, we describe what is required to settle an estate through probate in Hawaii. We break down why many people aim to avoid probate, a process that can be …
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Send us a Text Message. Ever wondered how servant leadership can transform healthcare? Join us for an inspiring conversation with Rochelle Alonzo, Area Vice President at Elevation Hospice, Primary, and Palliative Care of Utah, as she walks us through her remarkable 17-year journey in healthcare. From her beginnings as a licensed practical nurse to …
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#232 | Can the HOA Foreclose on a House in Trust? This is a serious question with some huge potential consequences. HOA's don't often mess around and can definitely place liens for unpaid dues. So what if the house is in a trust? Can they still put a lien on it? Could they take it?! -- We’re here to help you learn more! Please comment and let us kn…
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The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) concluded back in 2000 that there is insufficient evidence to recommend for or against routine screening for dementia in older adults. Are there, though, populations that it may be helpful in, or should that change with the advent of the new amyloid antibodies? Should it? If so, how do we screen and wh…
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Disagreements are easy; productive disagreements require effort. But productive disagreements are the heartbeat of a healthy democracy, a healthy team, and even a healthy family. Dr. Rick Langer and Dr. Tim Muehlhoff of Biola University joined us for a look at productive disagreements and what they ask of our hearts as well as what they ask of our …
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Unlock the secrets to safeguarding your legacy and ensuring your peace of mind with our special guest, attorney Greg McIntyre, founder of McIntyre Elder Law. Ever wondered how to protect your assets and secure long-term care without the stress of last-minute rushes? Greg lays out the cornerstones of estate planning, from the indispensable general d…
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#231 | I'm Dead Broke - Why Do I Need an Estate Plan? Did you know? Estate plans just don't just protect your stuff and they're not just for after you die. Proper protection planning includes protecting you now and is necessary even if you don't own a single asset. This episode breaks down the what, why and how to get it done. We’re here to help yo…
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“So my overall interest in technology in general, not just AI, is how it supports human potential. And so for me, that’s defined as people being healthy, happy, and really able to fulfill their purpose and potential.” – Nichol Bradford About Nichol Bradford Nichol Bradford is Executive-in-Residence for AI + Human Enablement at The Society for Human…
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Can DIY estate planning really safeguard your legacy? Tune in as Jane Deerwester and I, Jordan Bentley, tackle this critical question on the Elder Law Report. In our latest episode, we promise to equip you with the knowledge to avoid the common pitfalls of DIY estate planning. Comparing the process to the complexities of DIY home improvement, we un…
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"Many nursing homes are owned by private equity firms that modify operations to maximize profits." —Melissa Batchelor, PhD, RN, FNP, FGSA, FAAN Nursing homes provide essential care for older adults who need more help than family and friends can give. During the COVID-19 pandemic, over 200,000 residents and staff died, exposing serious problems in t…
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Emergency podcast! We’ve been asked by many people, mostly junior/mid career faculty, to quickly record a podcast on ageism and the elections. People are feeling conflicted. On the one hand, they have concerns about cognitive fitness of candidates for office. On the other hand, they worry about ageism. There’s something happening here, and what it …
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#230 | Rentals, LLCs & Trusts - How Do They Work? Have you heard this before? "If you have rental property, you should have an LLC. If you have an LLC, it should be part of your estate plan." So how does it all work. Who owns and/or controls what? This episode breaks down the order and function of each part of the equation so you, your property and…
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Hear about their journey to help women-owned business level up in the global marketplace. Tamara McCleary, CEO of Thulium, sat down with WEConnect CEO and cofounder Elizabeth Vazquez, to discuss why and what it means to connect a formidable network of member-buyers with a collective annual purchasing power of $4 trillion with women-owned businesses…
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In episode 9 we catch up with our friend Eddie Pepitone. We touch on Eddie’s background, experiences in pursuing a creative career in America's capitalist system, and the importance of personal legacy and preparing for legal aspects of life. We also chat about writers that inspire us, the impact of Eastern philosophy, and even Eddie's health and fi…
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#229 | 𝗪𝗵𝗮𝘁 𝗶𝗳 𝗠𝘆 𝗧𝗿𝘂𝘀𝘁 𝗶𝘀 𝗦𝘂𝗽𝗲𝗿 𝗢𝗹𝗱? It may surprise you to know that the age of your Trust doesn't matter as much as how it is set up and worded. Watch this video and then talk to your estate planning attorney to make sure your Trust is truly meeting your needs and wishes. -- We’re here to help you learn more! Please comment and let us know if yo…
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What is "fiat science"? It's what you get when the state creates a lot of money out of thin air, then hands out bunches of it to scientific establishments, where decisions are made not on the basis of market forces, but on the basis of political ones. I speak with genetics expert and founder and CSO of Medicinal Genomics, Kevin McKernan, about why …
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#228 | 𝗜'𝗱 𝗥𝗮𝘁𝗵𝗲𝗿 𝗣𝗼𝗸𝗲 𝗠𝘆 𝗘𝘆𝗲 𝗢𝘂𝘁 𝗧𝗵𝗮𝗻 𝗧𝗮𝗹𝗸 𝗔𝗯𝗼𝘂𝘁... My Own Death! Just know that this is one of the most common reasons for people not starting essential planning. So, you're not alone. But we're going to help you push past the procrastination. Trust us. You'll want to. -- We’re here to help you learn more! Please comment and let us know if you fo…
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In May we did a podcast on KidneyPal (the integration of palliative care in renal disease), which made us think, hmmm… one organ right next door is the liver. Maybe we should do a podcast on LiverPal? (or should we call it HepatoPal?) On today’s podcast, we do that by inviting four palliative care leaders who are integrating palliative care into th…
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#227 | Are Joint Tenants on the Home OK? Is it Ok to add your kids as joint tenants in common on your home? It's probably not a good idea, and here are at least three different reasons why. -- We’re here to help you learn more! Please comment and let us know if you found this additional knowledge useful to you…and plus, it would be awesome if you w…
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Welcome to The Care & Dementia podcast! I'm your host, Gemma Clay, the founder of Sweet Pea Care, and today we're diving into an incredibly important topic: "Is it safe for my loved one with dementia to live at home?" If you're a caregiver for someone with dementia, you know how crucial it is to ensure their safety and well-being, especially if the…
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Hi, I’m Gemma Clay, Founder of Sweet Pea Care. Welcome to The Care & Dementia Podcast - a show where we take a closer look at all aspects of later life care so we can help our loved ones live better for longer. On today’s show I’m excited to be joined by Beth Britton, an award-winning dementia author and campaigner. Beth cared for her dad with vasc…
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No one ever says, "When I get old, put me in a nursing home." Many seniors have disabilities that make it no longer safe for them to be at home. Assisted living communities are a great option for seniors who want to stay active and independent. There are some challenges with moving in that can be avoided by working with the right professional indiv…
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“To use AI for omni-beneficial output, we need to bring to it our best qualities, which are beyond intelligence; it is wisdom.” – George Pór About George Pór George Pór has been researching, teaching, and consulting in the arts and sciences of emergent collective intelligence since 1987, when he was introduced to the ideas by his mentor Doug Engelb…
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Ever wondered what to do with outdated estate planning documents that might cause confusion in the future? Join us on the Elder Law Report as attorney Samantha Gordon and special guest attorney Jordan Bentley tackle this crucial issue head-on. You'll walk away with expert advice on how to properly dispose of old wills and powers of attorney, ensuri…
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Send us a Text Message. What if your career path led you from aspiring research historian to a leader in home care regulation and advocacy? That's the fascinating journey of Doug Robertson, our guest on this episode of the Senior Care Academy podcast. As the Senior Director of Government Affairs at Right at Home, Doug delves into his extensive back…
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#226 | It's the IRS - So It's Good News & Bad News What happens if you want to sell a house and you have the Tax ID number for the Trust but not the confirmation from the IRS. Not all is loss, but you will have to jump through some hoops. Here's what to do. -- -- We’re here to help you learn more! Please comment and let us know if you found this ad…
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In this episode, attorney Bill Miller discusses the differences between wills and trusts. He explains that a will is a legal document that outlines how your probate assets should be distributed after your death, while a trust is a legal agreement that holds assets for the benefit of individuals or purposes. Wills are simpler and less expensive upfr…
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