Living Healthy and Aging Well
Join Ken Haglind each Saturday at noon as he hosts the Living Healthy and Aging Well radio show. This show is about your health and your life and provides important information to help you throughout life’s journey. We cover a broad range of topics including wellness, health care, elder care, end-of-life care and care giver support. Each week we bring you passionate health and wellness professionals to offer guidance on preparing for the various stages of life’s transitions. Our guests provide insights and recommendations on how to navigate the complexities and challenges of managing both you and your loved one’s health and how to improve and enjoy your quality of life as you age. Tune in every Saturday at noon for the Living Healthy and Aging Well radio show.
Kari Benson, Executive Director of the Minnesota Board of Again. We are talking about the great work Kari and her organization does to ensure that older Minnesotans are effectively served by state and local policies and programs – in order to age well and live well.
Kris Pearson with Keller Williams Realty Integrity Lakes talks about how she helps seniors with housing transitions and what you need to know when preparing for a downsizing move later in life.
Marvin Plakut, CEO, and Bethany Burns, Director of Community Relations with Episcopal Homes located in St. Paul discusses what makes their community so unique for over 125 years.
Lukus Zuker, Community Outreach Specialist with the Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging, discusses the benefits of their Senior Linkage Line and why seniors and their care givers should use their services.
Christy Marek, certified end-of-life doula and founder of Tending Life at the Threshold, discusses the benefits of End-of-life Doula services.
Amanda Tufano, CEO with Genevive, a health care company created to meet the complex care needs of Minnesota’s geriatric population.
Terry Collins, Laura Dodd and Cindy Johnson discussing the increase in senior scams and the 3rd annual Senior Scams Conference being held at Minnesota Masonic Home on September 18.
Kelly Grosklags oncology psychotherapist, social worker, healer, and author of “A Comforted Heart” on the lessons learned from the dying.