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Senior Radio Buffalo episode #232- 10/12/19

Segment 1 (4:58): Linda’s first guest is the Town of Amherst Senior Services. First hear how many members they expect to have by 2020 and how you don’t have to live in Amherst to be a member. Next hear what the Benefit Check Up is and how it can be so helpful to you. Finally hear about the activities offered for Seniors and the volunteer opportunities available. To learn more about them visit HERE!

Segment 2 (20:49): Next we welcome Suzanne from Touching Hearts at Home senior home care. First hear how with the holidays coming up, it can bring up the conversation of a senior in your life who may need more help. Hear how this is where their caregivers can step in and help. Hear from Suzanne and how her caregivers can really help with the upcoming holidays. Finally, hear how they can ease your stress as the person receiving the care and how you can enjoy everything you want to enjoy. To learn more visit HERE!

Segment 3 (33:12): Greg and Brad Stamm from the Stamm Law Firm are back today! First hear the law they practice and how they have grown the firm to cover other legal areas. Meet two other lawyers (Jeff and Andy) from the firm who handle other areas that you can benefit from. This means that they can handle all sorts of law: family, estate planning, Corporate law, and more! To learn more about The Stamm Law Firm and how they can be your family lawyer, you can visit HERE!

Segment 4 (48:36): Linda wraps up today’s show with The Clarity Group. First hear when the Annual Enrollment Period for Medicare is, starting in October. The Clarity Group can help change your plan, enroll you in Medicare, or answer any questions you have– all year round. Next hear the important dates you need to know from October-December. Finally, hear how they are all over our area- so you can always find them and get the help you need! To learn more and to schedule an appointment visit HERE!

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