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From thinking, to creating an idea, to mass-producing dependence, and to selling a public obsession; the evolution of technology has found its way into our lives in a way never imagined. People have come to a point where they don’t make a move without first consulting their personal smart devices. Our technology is also getting to where we can no longer think for ourselves. Artificial intelligence is waiting for us to waiver our right to make decisions.

Debut Show of History and You with Jorge Rodriguez Walling

Debut of All Paws Pet Talk radio show on BBS Radio.

Your Poultry news source - informative and highly entertaining. If you want to know how a chicken thinks, stop talking to the turkeys and listen to the Chicken Whisperer. He will rile your feathers while tending your flock, all the while hypnotizing your chickens and garnishing your plate.

with Joe Barber the Florida Chicken Whisperer

People often need to be surrounded by a circle of love as they age. They might benefit from the support of caregivers. And medical attention can be essential. But these simple statements bring to the fore more questions than they answer. Who supports the caregiver? What type of support do they need? And while it is certain that older people, as is the case with virtually everybody else, require medical care some things are much less clear. Precisely what form should this care assume? Do they need care that differs from that delivered to people in other age groupings?

On this program, we deal with all aspects of aging. And one part of adding on the birthdays is living with memories. Our first guests this afternoon, Deanna Adams,  has written extensively about rock-n-roll memories, detailing a more innocent time when we baby boomer were captivated by music that spoke for our generations.

People cringe at the thought that they might become incapacitated, unable to make their own decisions about their medical care or their finances. But these things do happen, and people can protect themselves by establishing contingency plans as soon as possible.  They can ensure that their wishes will be respected even if they can no longer vocalize their thoughts.

Brad Greene, a guest on this show is an elder law lawyer who can fill us in on the details. He is a partner with BartimoleGreene in Ohio .

Much has been written and said to the effect that Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia can steal away people’s intellectual processes, leaving them dependent on others. And this dialogue has translated into its becoming a greatly-feared diagnosis. Well, Alzheimer’s might impair the memory of those who are living with it and it might also slow some of their mental processes. But interestingly enough, it might simultaneously work to make them more creative.

Richard Anderson’s official title is Web site and forum administrator for Well Spouse. But his duties often encompass much more than those words might imply as he helps this group meet its mission of advocating and support well spouses, people are caregivers for their marital partners. He remains a valued spokesperson for that organization.

https://wellspouse.org/