It's Ted Zislis! And he joins Diane on Senior Matters to talk about the crew at the Senior Matters Sno-Cone Stand at the Carbondale Wild West Rodeo. They also talk about sneaker recycling and other local happenings.
Two long-time KDNK voices get together in-studio to celebrate International Women's Day. Diane Johnson and Amy Kimberly talk about living in Carbondale, upcoming town events, and they welcome spring's feathered friends.
Host Diane Johnson encourages seniors to break out their spikes and get their winter walks in safely! Mary Kenyon of Valley Meals and More calls in from her own evening walk to talk about her work in the senior community, the importance of volunteers, and more.
This episode of Senior Matters first aired in November, 2019, when host Diane Johnson spoke to Lift-Up Executive Director Angela Mills. Lift-Up is a local nonprofit creating a bridge to empowerment and self reliance.
Senior Matters returns for a live episode from the KDNK studio! This month host Diane Johnson discusses senior meal delivery with Mary Kenyon, director of Impact Marketing and founder of "Valley Meals and More."
Ted and Sue Zislis are retired and living the good life volunteering. Diane Johnson with Senior Matters invites them to share their story of arriving to Carbondale and finding involvement through volunteering.
On this month's episode of Senior Matters, host Diane Johnson talks about neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity. It's the ability of the brain to change throughout an individual's life. Johnson is joined by representatives from NFI, or the Neuroplastic Functional Institute. Senior Matters is heard once a month of KDNK and is hosted by Diane Johnson. The program spotlights seniors in the community, representatives of senior services and programs and activities of interest to seniors. Hear past episodes here.
Welcome back, Diane Johnson! Her guests today are Diane Darling, executive director of Roaring Fork Brain Train, and Amanda Wagner, President/CEO of My Community Health Foundation, to talk about changes to the Roaring Fork Brain Train program.
Host Diane Johnson talks to guests John Norton and John Hoffman about an upcoming gong bath with Richard Rudis and the healing properties of gongs. The Richard Rudis Gong Bath is Monday, October 17 from 7 - 8 PM at Carbondale's Third Street Center. Click here for tickets or call John Hoffman at 963.1689.