Senior Radio Buffalo episode #120 – 2/10/18

Segment 1 (4:55): This week’s show starts with Dan Kautz from Kautz Financial. Host Joe Chille asks about their seminar/class called “Retirement Planning to Tomorrow.” This is a 2 day, 3 hour class going over 13 different subjects including retirement, budgeting, taxes, wills, and insurance. Come and get educated and gain a good relationship with your finances. Tune in to learn how to register for this great seminar, the age requirement, and the cost. You can find out more about Kautz Financial HERE!

Segment 2 (20:14): Joe then talks to Terry Songbird of Brilliant Light Therapy. Terry answers some questions about what she does by educating clients and by giving consultations and assessments that allow patients to gain trust in her. She also goes in depth about how light therapy works with your red blood cells. Listen in and find out how this might be the pain relief you or a loved one has been looking for and how you can book an appointment with her or purchase the equipment for your home. Learn more about Terry and Brilliant Light Therapy HERE!

Segment 3 (33:01): Edla Corrara from Bing’s on the go! is our third guest this week. Bing’s is known for their family recipes like classic Italian and Sicilian food featuring a lot of fish, soups, and wholesome/healthy cuisine. Find out about their healthy meals that you can place in your freezer and have ready when you need them and they can be delivered to you! You can also call to discuss your specific needs, including dietary restrictions. Tune in to find out more about their delivery service, delivery flexibility, and delicious meals/affordable cost for you or a loved one from Bings on the go! You can learn more HERE!

Segment 4 (48:20): Joe wraps up the show with guest Sheriff Howard of Erie County. Sheriff Howard first discusses how law enforcement has changed over the years he has been in the field and how important the community has become to law enforcement. Joe asks about the misconceptions that happen from the public when only seeing what happens through a body or dash camera, and Sheriff Howard explains there are always other people involved and always training happening. They then discuss the Yellow Dot Program which alerts emergency workers that someone has a file in their car or home with a picture of the individual receiving medical attention, medications they are on, emergency contacts, allergies, etc. He also discusses some concerns people are having with information sitting in a car or home, but calms those concerns with his answers. You can learn more about the program HERE!

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