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Best Matthew I Snowden podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Matthew I Snowden podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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This week on Aging in Portland, our guest and guide is Krista Kinzer, Executive Director of Fieldstone Cornell Landing. Choosing the right long-term care community can be challenging. Our guest and guide for today's show is Krista Kinzer, who Krista began her career as a caregiver, and today is the Executive Director of Fieldstone Cornell Landing. …
 
If you’re at the point where you need home care, how do you know that the person who comes to assist you is the right person? This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Joanne Kantor, the Administrator of ComForCare Home Care in West Linn, and Danielle Hoygaard, their Director of Client and Caregiver Relations. We discussed matching the right ho…
 
Our guest this week is Allison Lindauer, Ph.D. and Nurse Practitioner from the Layton Aging and Alzheimer's Center at OHSU. She gave us her take on the latest research and treatment. Dr. Lindauer and her colleagues at OHSU offer hope for those with dementia through leading-edge treatment and research. Their technology is designed to improve at-home…
 
Lance Christian, Executive Director, and Stephanie Rudeen, Director of Donor Engagement of the ALS Association Oregon and SW Washington Chapter, joined us for ALS Awareness Month. We were very pleased to have Lance and Stephanie back in the studio with us for an update. Of course, COVID-19 is having an impact on those living with ALS and their fami…
 
This week on Aging in Portland, our guest is “Dr. B,” a gastroenterologist from The Plant Fed Gut. We talked about how anyone can get their gut thriving again by becoming “fiber fueled.” Optimizing your gut health will have a MASSIVE impact on your total wellness, from improved digestion to balanced hormones and a stronger immune system. Dr. B, a g…
 
This week, Michelle Rahn, a motivational speaker, joined us to talk about how to defy the gravity of aging expectations. Meeting new experiences and challenges in life can easily lead to trepidation, especially as we journey on this unpredictable path called "aging." As Michelle says, “Aging deliberately is not passive. It lets us be the best that …
 
This week, our guests are Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors. They explain the details and options for transitioning to senior care in the Portland area. Do you know what to look for when it comes time to consider transitioning from an independent lifestyle to senior care? Most people find it daunting. Seth and Olivia have an…
 
This week, our guest is Bob Kuenzli, father, grandfather, and storyteller. Bob joins us for the January feature on our series, “Your Story Matters.” Bob was born in 1926 and has been a keen observer for over nine decades. He shares his life story with us – what it was like growing up in Salem, as a childhood prankster, then years later witnessing t…
 
This week, our guest is attorney Tom Pixton of Pixton Law Group. We discussed the peace of mind that comes from thoughtful legal planning. As an attorney, Tom’s mission is to ease some of the burdens of aging and provide peace of mind by using a holistic and caring approach to planning for life’s challenges. In addition to standard legal issues, an…
 
This week, Carolyn Miller Parr joined us. She is a retired judge, mediator, and author who shares her insights about how families can live in peace as their parents' age. In her newest book, Love’s Way: Living Peacefully with Your Family as Your Parents Age, she outlines the positive ways adult children can deal with their aging parents. It is a pr…
 
This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Dr. Cyrus Khambatta, co-founder of Mastering Diabetes. Dr. Khambatta, with a Ph.D. in Nutritional Biochemistry, and his partner, Robby Barbaro, with an MPH, are the co-founders of Mastering Diabetes, @masteringdiabetes.com. They have teamed up to make sure people living with all forms of diabetes can op…
 
This week, our guests were Don Fries and Bev Bow, co-founders of Healthy World Sedona. We talked about their recent annual Healthy World Sedona Conference 2020. Don and Bev join us to discuss the success of the conference, now in its fourth year. The conference addresses the science and practice of “food as medicine” – medicine that goes beyond man…
 
This week, our guests are Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors. They explain the details and options for transitioning to senior care in the Portland area. Do you know what to look for when it comes time to consider transitioning from an independent lifestyle to senior care? Most people find it daunting. Seth and Olivia have an…
 
This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Carolyn Miller Parr, retired judge and author of the blog ToughConversations.net. We discussed her book, Grandma's Secrets: Peace around the Christmas Tree. As everyone knows, we live in an increasingly divided nation. Extended families are divided along political lines, and even being politically corre…
 
This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Dr. Rosie Kuhn, a transformational life coach, author, and speaker from The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group. She reminds us that being around fascinating, driven people who love living their lives on a large scale is contagious. Catch the fever as she coaches us about how important it is to acknowledge t…
 
Maintaining your independence on your terms in your own home is a top-of-the-list concern for seniors. But at some point, staying at home often requires assistance from a caregiver. Inviting a caregiver into your home can also be a big transition. That’s why we invited Danielle Hoygaard and Caleb Cunningham of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn to j…
 
This week, Michelle Rahn, a motivational speaker, joined us to talk about how to defy the gravity of aging expectations. Meeting new experiences and challenges in life can easily lead to trepidation, especially as we journey on this unpredictable path called "aging." As Michelle says, “Aging deliberately is not passive. It lets us be the best that …
 
This week, Suzanne Rowe, a professional fiduciary from Summit Fiduciary Services, discusses protection in the event we can no longer speak for ourselves. She helps us face questions that may seem daunting: Who will be your representative if you can no longer speak for yourself? Who do you trust to carry out your medical and financial wishes? What i…
 
This week, Adriana Gavozdea, Founder and CEO of Laria Care Finder, and Alyssa Elting McGuire, Consultant and Training Specialist from Oregon Care Home Consulting, discuss small adult care homes. When it comes to aging in the right place, there are many options. One that is often overlooked is smaller adult care homes, and they may be a better alter…
 
Wally Reitz, Oregon’s own 97-year-old Veteran shares his first-hand accounts of WWII’s Battle of the Bulge. Wally’s insights on being a soldier, serving his country, and living through it to be a husband and father are priceless. It is always the Eleventh Hour on the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month that we all stop to remember the heroes who hav…
 
It’s the annual Medicare enrollment period, and Catherine Field, the Intermountain Region President of Humana, joins us to answer Medicare questions and explain the difference between traditional Medicare and Medicare Advantage plans. For example, how do you get prescription benefits? What does Medicare Advantage include? And when do I have to sign…
 
Steve Toll, Director of Therapeutic Music programs for ComForCare Health Care Holdings, joins us on today's show. Steve transports us back to the 1940s, reminiscing and singing the popular tunes of America's greatest moment in history. Sing along with Steve as he reminds us of these beloved songs.By Mark Turnbull: Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) and Radio Host
 
In Part 3 of Parkinson's Awareness month, JJ Flentke of Boomerang Therapy Works, shares how they are making a difference for those living with Parkinson's. Exercise is Medicine! They are the first and only wellness center in Vancouver and Portland Metro Area which is focused on specialized Parkinson's treatments. JJ's energy is contagious, motivati…
 
This week, Dr. Warren Wolf talks about the challenges of caregivers and the attributes that make the most successful ones. It’s a demanding profession because it’s a life spent in two worlds simultaneously. That may be why only one percent of our population are professional caregivers. As our world ages around us, where are we going to find enough …
 
Don Fries and Bev Bow join us for the final chapter in our series, Building a Better Community through a whole-food, plant-based diet. We wrap it up by laying out a sustainable path to a healthy lifestyle. Check out the myriad resources, books, movies, and medical professional support at your fingertips as you travel down the path of eating for opt…
 
This week, Don Fries and Bev Bow, co-founders of Healthy World Sedona, talk about how to make a healthy whole-food, plant-based diet works for you. Don and Bev discuss the benefits and challenges of adding a healthy, whole-food approach to your lifestyle. How does that work when much of our culture still eats a diet centered on meat, dairy, eggs, a…
 
This week I talked with Georgena, a trauma specialist and grief guide with Beyond Your Loss. She tackled the difficult subject of how to move forward when a loved one dies by suicide. The pain of losing someone this way can be paralyzing. You always wonder if you could have done something different. What should you say or do if someone you know is …
 
This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Emily-Rose Wiitala, Special Events Director of the ALS Association of Oregon and SW Washington. We discussed the upcoming Walk to Strikeout ALS (a.k.a. Lou Gehrig's Disease). To help fight ALS (a.k.a. Lou Gehrig's Disease), the ALS Association has organized several walks across the state. Portland's wal…
 
This week, nutrition experts Don Fries and Bev Bow (co-founders of Healthy World Sedona) shared tips about eating super-healthy whole foods and plant-based meals while traveling. In this era of mobility, eating out can play havoc with our nutritional discipline, especially for anyone who wants to maintain the integrity of a whole-food regimen. Don …
 
This week, Attorney Joe Greenman takes us through the many forms of elder abuse and updates us on what victims and concerned family members can do to make their voices heard. Sadly, elder abuse can take many forms and can happen in many places that seniors call home. Joe is a champion of older generations and believes our elders must be honored. He…
 
Retired judge Carolyn Miller Parr of ToughConversations.net joins us for Part 2 of a conversation we started last week. We discuss her newest book, Loves Way: Living Peacefully with Your Family as Your Parents Age. This week, she shares her insights on how families can get along in a healthy, loving way as Mom and Dad age. Retired judge and author,…
 
This week, Carolyn Miller Parr joined us. She is a Retired Judge, Mediator & Author who shares her insights about how families can live in peace as their parents' age. In her newest book, Love’s Way: Living Peacefully with Your Family as Your Parents Age, she outlines the positive ways adult children can deal with their aging parents. It is a pract…
 
This week, Kara Griffey, Walk Director, and Matt Gannon, Program Specialist, from the Oregon & Southwest Washington chapter of the Alzheimer's Association joined us to talk about putting an end to Alzheimer’s. Nationally, the Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization offering care, support, and research for those with Alz…
 
This week, Dr. Warren Wolf talks about the challenges of caregivers and the attributes that make the most successful ones. It’s a demanding profession because it’s a life spent in two worlds simultaneously. That may be why only one percent of our population are professional caregivers. As our world ages around us, where are we going to find enough …
 
This week, Don Fries and Bev Bow, co-founders of Healthy World Sedona, tell us how to add years to your life and life to your years Part 2 – and many of the solutions are delicious. If you have ever been curious about what a plant-based diet might mean to your health and longevity, this is your chance to find out. Don and Bev Fries talk about the b…
 
This week, Don Fries and Bev Bow, co-founders of Healthy World Sedona, tell us how to add years to your life and life to your years – and many of the solutions are delicious. If you have ever been curious about what a plant-based diet might mean to your health and longevity, this is your chance to find out. Don and Bev Fries talk about the benefits…
 
This week, Steve Toll talked with us about Boomers, the largest generation in history, coming of age. Music plays a powerful role in our lives at every age, but for Boomers, everything about music changed in their generation. As Boomers age, that groundbreaking music triggers memories of simpler times and carefree days, and it plays a significant r…
 
This week, Steve Toll, Care Enhancement Program Director from ComForCare Home Care, joins us for a program called “America the Beautiful,” a celebration of the nation’s inspiring patriotic songs. All of us at Aging in Portland honors those who have, through patriotism and dedication, contributed to our country, and we salute them together through t…
 
In Part 3 of Parkinson's Awareness month, JJ Flentke of Boomerang Therapy Works, shares how they are making a difference for those living with Parkinson's. Exercise is Medicine! They are the first and only wellness center in Vancouver and Portland Metro Area which is focused on specialized Parkinson's treatments. JJ's energy is contagious, motivati…
 
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