Jan. 24, 2023
The San Diego Foundation is there for all who are interested in giving back by way of charitable gifts. Find out more in this fascinating podcast.
Jan. 17, 2023
What to do as our parents age and pass? Leanne Maestre offers a guide to helping families (especially siblings) communicate and plan it together, for the best.
Jan. 10, 2023
Amy Walling is an energetic and compassionate advocate for her clients, helping them find the best ways to achieve their charitable goals in planned giving. The challenges of leaving a legacy are many. In this insightful int…
Jan. 3, 2023
Suzanne Forman bravely shares her family’s story in detail and covers many of the subjects we most often don’t want to discuss. It’s a heartfelt must-listen.
Dec. 13, 2022
From player, to coach to sportscaster, hear the incredible (and entertaining) story of “The Coach”, the one and only John Kentera. No one can tell a story like John Kentera.
Dec. 6, 2022
Many families are touched by Alzheimer’s, but most don’t know there’s a free resource available to help them navigate their way - Alzheimer’s San Diego.
Nov. 29, 2022
Self-evaluation is hard and being realistic about health and finances can be harder. Making proactive decisions about both are the key to good senior living.
Nov. 15, 2022
Caring for an elderly parent and navigating the tension that comes with it – hear from a family that has survived the blow ups to do what’s best for Grandma. A must-listen this Thanksgiving season.
Nov. 8, 2022
Home, apartment, or community? The housing choices for seniors are many, and Sandy Lieberman is their expert guide.
Nov. 1, 2022
Stimulating the body, brain and spirit can successfully delay the symptom progression of Alzheimer’s. Join specialist Beverly Sanborn for a compelling dialogue.
Oct. 25, 2022
Join Lawrence Krause for a fascinating conversation about choosing the right retirement community and finding the right people who will make it worthwhile.
Oct. 18, 2022
The process of transferring assets from the deceased to the living doesn’t have to be deadly. Attorney Kevin Kravets offers humorous advice on the subject.