SENIOR MATTERS hosted by Diane Johnson, spotlights seniors in the community, representatives of senior services and programs and activities of interest to seniors.
SENIOR MATTERS came into being in 2006 in response to the growing need for a voice that would speak to and for seniors in the Roaring Fork Valley.
The valley offers a wonderful environment to live in, grow and grow older in. Statistics have proven that physical, mental and social activity plays a significant role in extending the life span of everyone in every age group. Recent surveys show that the average age for retirement, which used to be 64, today is now 70.
Trends are changing - and it is only natural for our local aging population to enjoy and active lifestyle.
The Carbondale community recognizes seniors as a valuable asset and provides the opportunity to contribute and expand their talents and knowledge.
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Senior Matters October 10, 2012
Deborah Herrell, owner Thrifty Thrills Thrift Shop and Sean Young, Chaplain at Homecare & Hospice of the Valley
Senior Matters September 12, 2012
September is World Alzheimer's Month, and today's show looks at the challenges of alzheimer's disease with Dr Mary Clark of Life Care Physician Services and Emmy Lerma of Elder Care.
Senior Matters August 15, 2012
On this month's episode host Diane Johnson is joined in the studio by ranchers Bud Gates and Tel Gates to talk about living and working on the land they love.
Senior Matters July 18, 2012
Host Diane Johnson is joined by Samantha Pickard and Will Roush of the Wilderness Workshop to talk about the July 24 community outreach program.
Senior Matters June 20, 2012
This month’s guest is Physical Therapist Troy Harbour,
who will be talking about the causes and effects of balance and gait issues as we age, and how exercise and retraining will help to restore stability.
Senior Matters May 16, 2012
Senior Advocate Andrea K Uliano on the importance of having your legal matters in place.
Senior Matters April 18, 2012
Senior Matters March 14, 2012
Jim Markalunas, third-generation native Aspenite and octogenarian, recalls the quiet times and the virtues of his Aspen experience for present generations.