Senior Radio Buffalo episode #80 – 5/6/17

Segment 1 (:26): Dr. Meaghan Ferell & Kelly Klem from Hospice Buffalo rejoin Joe to talk about National Healthcare Decision Day and what it is and the event they are holding, if hospice should be something that people plan for themselves and their loved ones, the film “Being Mortal” – what it is about, if hospice is about one thing more than the other, how they help to meet patient goals, who their clients are (person in hospice vs family of person in hospice), the ongoing discussion that takes place and who they mostly deal with, and much more! You can learn more about Hospice Buffalo HERE!

Segment 2 (12:33): Isabel, Mike and Sarah Robitaille rejoin Joe to talk about SmartSizing, how there aren’t a lot of for sale houses and what that means for the current market, wether interest rates increasing will effect the market, what defines a “Gen Y” or “Millenial” and them looking for houses, how purchasing a house can be intimidating, and much more! You can learn more about Robitaille Realty HERE.

Segment 3 (22:42): Greg, Brad and Brian Stamm from Stamm Law Firm rejoin Joe to talk about if they do more than senior law (i.e. personal injury law), examples of how they have helped parents and turned around to help the children, how personal injury at one point was an “ambulance chaser” field or an joke field and how it is different now, if their firm handles dui/dwi cases and other cases, advice about tax questions and things that come up with out of court settlements, the standard practices/techniques of lawyers (no charge upfront) etc, reputations about lawyers and how their previous cases define/don’t define them, , and much more! You can learn more about Stamm Law Firm HERE.

Segment 4 (34:48): Beverly Kubala rejoins Joe to talk about what kind of questions that people have about her and what she does and what questions should they have, the individual who are in good health and retired but decide to be couch potatoes instead of being healthy, and more! You can learn more about Geriatric Care Managers of WNY by calling 716.204.1063 or by clicking HERE.

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