Segment 1 (4:47): We start the show with licensed psychologist Dr. Amy Beth Taublieb. Today her and Linda will be discussing the topic of Spring and new beginnings. First hear the two ways there are at looking at new things. Next hear why you shouldn’t start changing- you’ll be surprised to hear it. Dr. Amy Beth Taublieb shares how you always have the power to change and make changes, no matter the time of year. You just want to be sure it is for the right reasons. Finally, hear what can happen if you’re making changes for the wrong reasons. To learn more about the services she offers, you can visit HERE!

Segment 2 (20:38): Next we have Rick and Holly from Amherst Meals on Wheels. First hear how long they have been operating and who their clients are. Rick also shares how their clients find them—there are a ton of ways to get a hold of them. Next Holly shares her role from taking the initial phone call to getting them signed up for meals. It is not a long wait to become part of the program! Holly also offers clients different services that could be beneficial to them including home care services, transportation, and more! Finally, hear about what Meals on Wheels offers their clients. To learn more about this awesome program, please visit HERE!

Segment 3 (33:33): We welcome Richie Derwald back on the show as our next guest! Tune in to hear about his upcoming St. Patrick’s Day show at the Bear’s Den! Richie shares the many things going on at his show including St. Patrick’s Day music, sing-a-longs, and impersonators. Richie’s wife will also be performing. Finally, tune into to hear when the show is, the time of the show, and how to get tickets. To learn more you can visit HERE!

Segment 4 (48:12): This week’s show ends with local attorney Lindy Korn. Today Linda and Lindy are discussing her interesting case loads which are discrimination cases. First hear Lindy discuss how important documentation is in discrimination cases. The case may not be provable without it! Next Lindy shares what she is seeing with age discrimination with seniors. Finally, tune in to hear more information about disability discrimination cases. To learn more about what Lindy does, you can visit HERE!

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