By Delia De Mello It’s 2017, and that means you might be one more year closer to retirement. Whether you’re at your very first job or wrapping up a successful career, there […]
South Shore Senior News
By Melissa Weidman If you provide care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend, you are in good company. According to Caregiving in the United States, prepared by the […]
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Our guest last night was Janet LaBerge, owner of Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap. Please listen to our conversation and learn about all the great work the Janet does all over the […]
Carol Corio, Community Relations Liaison for Old Colony Hospice and Palliative Care, was our guest on last night’s program, My Generation, aired lived on WATD-FM 95.9. She shared her 25 years’ of […]
Listen to David Humphrey, owner of Beacon Equity Advisors, as he advises business owners who want the best return when selling their business.
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Listen to our conversation with Melissa Weidman, Director of Community Relations and Outreach at HopeHealth.
Melissa Weidman, Director of Community Relations and Outreach at Hope Health, was our guest on last night’s show. She spoke about available options that are available when it comes to caring for […]
BROCKTON, AND PLYMOUTH, MA… For the second year, Old Colony Elder Services (OCES), the non-profit agency proudly serving older adults and individuals with disabilities throughout greater Plymouth County and surrounding communities, will […]
Listen to our conversation with Michael Schaus on last night’s WATD-FM 95.9 radio show, My Generation.
Tune in to “My Generation” tonight from 7-8:00 PM, WATD-FM, 95.9 (you can also live stream via the Internet). Our guest, Michael Shaus, will be addressing assisted living options, memory support programs, […]
HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN will be our guest on WATD-FM, 95.9, from 7-8:00 PM. Hank Phillippi Ryan is the on-air investigative reporter for Boston’s NBC affiliate. She’s won 33 EMMYs, 14 Edward R. […]
Mark Friedman, owner of Senior Helpers Boston and South Shore was a guest on our radio show, My Generation, on October 23. He shared lots of useful information regarding options that seniors have […]
What a great show tonight! Lots of helpful information for seniors and their loved ones regarding options for aging in place. Please contact Senior Helpers South Shore for more information. You can […]
“My Generation” radio show, broadcast 10.16.16 from the studios at WATD-FM 95.9 in Marshfield, MA.. Enjoy!
Mark Friedman, owner of Senior Helpers Boston and Senior Helpers South Shore, will be our guest next Sunday, October 23, on the “My Generation” radio show on WATD-FM 95.9, from 7-8:00 pm. […]
Neil Wood was our guest last night on “My Generation,” our radio show on WATD-FM 95.9, the voice of the South Shore. The topic was online dating for mature singles. We had a […]
Tonight, tune in to our radio show, MY GENERATION, on WATD-FM, 95.9, from 7-8:00 pm. Our guest is consultant, key-note speaker, bestselling author and eternal optimist, Neil Wood. He’ll be speaking on a […]
By Patricia Abbate It was my pleasure to recently meet and work with professionals and volunteers from a non-profit organization that continues to make a difference to thousands who are visually impaired […]
By Greg Porell Scituate – Do you know what happens to God when a person is afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease? Nothing. He stays right there with them. That’s the good news for […]
By Rebekah Levit Milton – After a hospitalization for a serious health event, many seniors need additional care or rehabilitation services, such as physical or occupational therapy. Often they are discharged to […]
Hollywood – The Food Network is looking for grandmothers to participate in its new series, Clash of the Grandmas. The cable network station is accepting nominations of grandmas with the “wit of […]
By Greg Porell Dedham – Continued automation of the South Shore services economy will change health care delivery, as providers look for ways to remain financially viable while providing high-quality health care. […]
By Melinda Myers Keeping your garden looking its best throughout the growing season and into fall is possible with the help of low maintenance spring planted bulbs. Plant them in spring among other […]
By Wayne L. Westcott & Rita LaRosa Loud This month my esteemed colleague Rita La Rosa Loud is going to share specific exercise information from her Workout at Work booklet with adaptations […]
By Wayne L. Westcott, Ph.D. and Rita La Rosa Loud, B.S. Quincy – As we age, we tend to add bodyweight at the rate of 10 pounds per decade throughout young and […]
The passing of David Bowie hit hard. If you grew up with him during the early seventies, and liked the music, it changed your life. This summation by Telegraph music critic Neil […]
By Greg Porell Sharon – Activities and services provided at the local “adult” center continue to change and adapt to meet the requests of a new generation of patrons. The evolution of […]
Ok. No looking back now. Health care reform continues to establish its roots on the South Shore with provider consolidation and the establishment of the omnipresent Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) to manage […]
By Diane Simoni, Mansfield – Many find delight in giving to charities. The delight is the “carrot” that might keep them doing “good.” People generally enjoy supporting the causes they find dear. And, […]