Solo Aging: How to Cope & Help Others

Are you alone? Anticipate aging alone at some point? Or just feel “alone” sometimes? Are you wondering how to support a friend or loved one? In September’s Empowered Senior Series we hear from experts on how to navigate successfully through a myriad of complex issues.

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Bringing House Calls Back to You

Ever feel rushed at the doctors or feel like you have to wait awhile to see your doctor? Have you thought about having your doctor come to you? Emily Van Dever, Business Development, Mobile Medical shares with us how Mobile Medical is bringing the concept of house calls back to Wichita and surrounding areas.

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Preparing to Downsize

With 10,000 Baby boomers turning 65 every day and continuing every single day until 2030 the topic of where to live, how and when to get there is a big decision. Downsizing is a hot topic. Dr. Nikki Buckelew, Ph.D. spoke with us about some of the issues behind downsizing and why seniors have an overwhelming list of things to do. Taking it one step at a time is so important. When the time comes to start wading through a lifetime of memories and a household of belongings it can be very stressful for both Seniors and their family.

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How Nordic Pole Walking Helps Seniors

Strength, stability on our feet and our overall level of fitness directly impacts what choices are available to us for where and how we live. Too many have the fear of being unstable, mistepping, tripping and are unsure when moving around. Recently Parkinson’s Connect joined us at our monthly Empowered Seniors Seminar at Botanica to demonstrate and talk about Nordic Pole Walking. It was such a great reminder on how important fitness and moving around is for EVERYONE.

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