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Aging with Style: An Interview with Sally Duplantier
Sally Duplantier is a gerontologist and healthspan educator, and the Founder and Director of Zing. She founded Zing after coping with her own life experiences and learning through experience and education how to live a most vital life, reduce the risk of disease, and maintain a healthy weight. She founded Zing to enable others to take charge of their health from a holistic perspective. She has a Certificate in Nutritional Science from the Stanford University Center for Health Education, and a Master of Science in Gerontology from the University of California. In this fascinating interview hosted by Senior Anchor Theresa Lindsey Chase, Sally provides advice and encouragement on gracefully growing older, and aging with style.
Healthy Aging: Promoting Well-being in Older Adults
The population of older Americans is growing and living longer than ever. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at https://www.cdc.gov/video/phgr/btd/2017/BtdHealthyAging.mp4
Understanding Hospice Care - An Interview with Emily Davis
Senior Anchor NyKera' Fooks interviews Emily Davis, MBA, BSW, who is Hospice Marketing Manager for Bayada Home Health Care. Emily explains the many options and reasons for hospice care and explains what happens when a patient is transitioned into hospice care for both the patient and the family. This is a very informative segment with a nationally recognized expert on elder care and hospice.
Exploring Senior Living Options - An Interview with Michael Cahill
Senior Anchor Teri Halliwell is joined by Michael Cahill, LNHA, MBA, who is an accomplished eldercare administrator. Michael discusses the many options that families have when their loved one needs to consider an assisted living community, a skilled nursing facility, a nursing home, or hospice. This is a fascinating and very informative interview that all families should watch,
A Closer Look at Home Care and How to Pay for It: An Interview with Stephanie Payne, R.N.
Demi Vaughn talks to Stephanie Payne, a retired nurse and patient advocate, about home care and how patients and families need to approach paying for it. As men and women live longer, many need assistance, especially later in life, and especially at home. In this very informative interview, Stephanie gives advice on how to best navigate the home health option,