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Rap on Aging Ep 5 Nothing to Hide Everything to Protect
Host Rob Ence talks with law enforcement consultant, Chris Burbank, and Debbie White, secure technology educator. Episode 5 talks about the important of technology in our lives and the pitfalls of adequately protecting how we use it. Technology can and should be used to improve and secure our lives and personal information, but it requires vigilance to prevent cybercrime or computer-oriented crime.
Rap on Aging Ep 4 No One Is Getting Out of Here Alive
Host Rob Ence talks with elder law attorneys, Troy Wilson and Doug Cummings, who are joined by Dr. Sarah Woolsey for this episode. Episode 4 addresses Advanced Directives and POLST documents (Physician/Provider Order for Life Sustaining Treatment). We discuss the importance of making decisions about your choices for care and end of life decisions when you are no longer able to speak for yourself. Episode 3 discussed basic legal planning documents including wills, trusts, powers of attorney and other important considerations.
Rap on Aging Ep 3 You Can't Take It With You
Host Rob Ence talks with experienced elder law attorneys, Troy Wilson and Doug Cummings, for episodes 3 and 4. Episode3 explores the legal planning documents everyone should have. We discuss the reason and application for wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other important documents and the situations to which they apply. Episode 4 addresses Advanced Directives and POLST documents (Physician/Provider Order for Life Sustaining Treatment). Sarah Woolsey, a family practice MD, joins us for Ep 4.
Rap on Aging Ep 2 No One Is Coming For You
Host Rob Ence talks with disaster preparedness expert, Ed Blake, about the preparation and realities of surviving a major event. He discusses the concept of resiliency as individuals and neighborhoods. Ed is the Executive Director of Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity and serves as the president of Utah VOAD - Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster. Ence also talks with AARP Hawaii State Director about the recent false alarm of a ballistic missile attack and its affect on the islands' residents, tourists, and state's readiness.
Rap on Aging Ep 1 Nursing Shortage Crisis
Host Rob Ence interviews Teresa Garrett of the Utah Nursing Consortium about the shortage of nurses and need for expanded capacity in our nursing schools. Janice Evans interviews two well-qualified candidates waiting for an admission slot to open. The impact to our health delivery systems is examined in light of a growing older age demographic.