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Senior Matters Radio

Senior Matters Radio is a weekly show dedicated to showcasing experts in the fields that matter most to today's seniors. From insurance to financial planning, long term care to retirement, you'll get useful, actionable advice from leaders in their respective fields. Hosted by Mark Wight of Idaho Estate Planning, a member of the Idaho State Bar, the Taxation, Probate & Trust Law Section of the Idaho Bar, Wealth Counsel, and Elder Counsel. He is also a Certified Academy Attorney with the Academy of VA Pension Planners and an accredited attorney with the Veterans Administration. Mark has co-authored several manuals for attorneys in the areas of Probate Administration, Estate and Estate Tax Planning, and Asset Protection.
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Now displaying: May, 2018
May 26, 2018

Is it possible for elderly Veterans who enjoy their independence to age in place? Attorney Mark Wight believes with good preparation it is. On this episode, learn how planning for potential challenges that come with aging makes it possible for Veterans to remain in the comfort of their own home.

May 19, 2018

Eric Collett joins us from A Mind of All Seasons LLC to discuss Alzheimer's dementia. Eric shares some of the underlying causes of this disease and the importance of improving the quality of life of dementia patients and their caregivers.

May 12, 2018

Brandie Kramer joins us from Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center to discuss the 4th Annual Health & Aging Expo. The annual event provides a number of experts and resources for seniors, caregivers, and families to learn about topics dealing with aging.

May 5, 2018

Caregiving is a heart-centered job. When the right person fills the role of a caregiver they can make a meaningful impact on the lives of their clients and their client's families. Brittany Foster joins us on behalf of Healthcare Associates Providing Positive Education and Networking (HAPPEN) to discuss their annual Caregiver of the Year Awards. The May 24th ceremony will recognize CNAs and PCAs in the Treasure Valley who go above and beyond for their clients, year in and year out.

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