Boomer Living Broadcast

Boomer Living Broadcast

Boomer Living Senior Living Broadcast is inspired by the professionals caring for older adults, hosted by Hanh Brown. Every week we have industry professionals on the show, namely neurologists, gerontologists, geriatricians, technologists, caregivers, providers, developers, and operators. They share their journey, impact, and lessons learned in caring for the aging population. Join the conversation of hot topics in serving older adults with friends and industry experts. The future of aging will be different for individuals, families, businesses, communities, and societies. Now is the time to lead, plan, and act. If this podcast resonates with you, feel free to subscribe and share with anyone who you feel may benefit. Send me a message


November 6, 2022 42 min

In America, age is a big deal. We are a youth-obsessed culture that is always looking for the next best thing. This can be seen in the way we talk about aging.

We often use words like "elderly" or "senior citizen" to describe older adults, as if they are a different species.

This othering creates a sense of distance between us and them, which can lead to negative attitudes and stereotypes.  Ageism is a form of discrim...

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Imagine for a moment that you are watching your loved one slowly deteriorate.

They can no longer remember your name, what they did yesterday, what to do with their keys, or even how to brush their teeth. As the disease progresses, they become more and more withdrawn, until eventually, they can no longer recognize the faces of their loved ones. It's a heart-wrenching experience that I wouldn't wish on anyone.

This is the reali...

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We all hope to live long and healthy lives. But as we age, our bodies change and we may face new challenges. This can be difficult to accept, but it's important to remember that we still have rights and choices - even as we get older.

For example, did you know that you have the right to choose how you want to be cared for if you become incapacitated? Or that there are options for long-term care that can help you stay in your own...

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Imagine for a moment that you have been diagnosed with a chronic illness. Perhaps it's diabetes or heart disease. You know that if you don't take care of yourself, the consequences could be severe. So you diligently follow your treatment plan, checking your blood sugar levels or taking your medication every day without fail.

But then one day, life gets in the way. You miss a dose of medication, or you forget to test your blo...

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For thousands of years, humans have been aging. And as our technology has progressed, so has our understanding of aging. We now know that while chronological aging is inevitable, biological aging is not. That's why it's so important to understand the biology of aging. We can reduce our risk factors for disease and improve our quality of life by making conscious choices about how we live our lives.

When you hear that the baby...

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Baby boomers have always been known for their innovative thinking and for being on the forefront of new technologies. Now, as they enter retirement, baby boomers are once again at the forefront of innovation, this time in the form of Metaverse, Blockchain, and Web 3.0 technologies. While these new technologies offer a world of potential, they also come with a unique set of challenges.

One of the biggest challenges is figuring out ho...

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As we all know, the world is changing at an alarming rate. And with that change comes new and #innovative technologies that are destined to revolutionize the way we live our lives. One such area where we see rapid transformation is in #aging and age-related #technologies.

Joining me to discuss this exciting topic is Christopher Kunney, CPHIT, CPHIMS, MSMOT.

AgeTech is the term used to describe technology that is designed specifically...

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Join me in conversation with Dr. Tazeen H. Rizvi, Digital Health Transformation, HealthTech Advisor & Disruptor, to discuss "How Health Technology Is Helping Older Adults Face Aging, Disease, and Disability."

As we age, it becomes increasingly important to take steps to maintain our independence and live healthy lives.

However, many older adults find this difficult due to the challenges of aging. These include health prob...

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The Great Resignation has been a hot topic lately, with many people debating its pros and cons. While some see it as a way to improve their work-life balance, others worry about the impact it could have on their career. But what is the Great Resignation, and why is it so controversial?

The Great Resignation is when someone voluntarily leaves their job, usually without another job lined up. They do this to focus on other areas of the...

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Researchers have focused on how music can benefit those with Alzheimer's. Anecdotal evidence shows that music can tap memories and reduce anxiety, pain, heart rate, and blood pressure. It can help accelerate healing, boost learning, improve neurological disorders and increase social interaction.

Musical memories are often preserved in Alzheimer's disease because key brain areas linked to musical memory are relatively undamag...

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As our population ages, it's more important than ever to consider the impact of active aging, brain health, senior living, and affordable housing on the aging population.

Active aging is a lifestyle approach that emphasizes involvement in physical, social, and cognitive activities in order to maintain independence and vitality as we age. Brain health is essential for maintaining cognitive function and deferring and maybe prevent...

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You know that you should be eating better, but it's hard to know where to start.

Nutrition is one of the most important factors in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but it can also be one of the most confusing.

The baby boomer generation is entering into a critical phase of life, where maintaining good health and cognitive function is essential for enjoying a long, active lifestyle.

One of the most effective ways to slow down the a...

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Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases are two of the world's most common neurological disorders. Alzheimer's affects approximately 6.2 million people, while Parkinson's affects nearly 10 million, according to the World Health Organization.

These diseases can have far-reaching consequences for both patients and their families. Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease can cause depression and anxiety in addition ...

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The Baby Boomer generation is known for being ambitious, hard-working, and eager to take risks. As such, they are well-positioned to invest in early-stage venture capital and alternative investment firms.

These firms are often looking for individuals with the financial resources and willingness to take risks that can help them grow impactful companies across the globe. Baby boomers can leverage their experience and networks to make ...

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For years, we've been told that smoking is bad for our health. We know it increases our risk of lung cancer, heart disease, and other serious illnesses.

But what about sitting? According to experts, sitting is the new smoking. And like smoking, it can have a negative impact on our health. Studies have linked extended periods of sitting with an increased risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.

Sitting for long periods of tim...

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In today's world, it's more important than ever to think about retirement investing. With traditional pensions becoming increasingly rare, and social security benefits failing to keep pace with the cost of living, retirees are facing greater financial challenges than ever before.

One way to address these challenges is to invest in multifamily real estate. By owning rental properties, retirees can generate a reliable source o...

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Dementia is a growing epidemic that affects individuals and families around the world.

Despite the billions of dollars funneled into biomedical research, we still don't have a cure for Alzheimer's. In fact, it's becoming increasingly clear that Alzheimer's is not one disease, but rather a syndrome caused by many different age-related processes.

We need to take action now if we want to protect our brains and prevent de...

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Before the pandemic, the idea of aging in place was becoming more popular. Some baby boomers are now wary of nursing homes, where at least one-third of U.S. Covid-19 deaths have occurred, so they are interested in aging in place. The trend is making home shortages and prices even worse for younger buyers who want to get a piece of the real estate wealth.

The Silent Generation (born before 1946) had long owned the majority of real es...

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Retirement planning is intimidating, and it's hard to know where to start. Do you feel like you're behind? Are you worried that it's too late to save for retirement?

The fact is, there's no one right answer when it comes to how much you need to save for retirement. Depending on your age, income, health, and other factors, you may need more or less than the average person.

If you're not saving adequately for retire...

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As a society, we are living longer due to better living and health care. While reaching old age is something to be thankful for, there are several challenges facing the seniors that we should all be aware of. We don't realize how much we can help our aging population until we start to age or see a loved one struggle.

Here are a few of the concerns that seniors face as we live longer: Memory loss, Dementia or Alzheimer's dise...

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