In this three-part series, hosts Margaret and Jeremy Collingwood introduce us to people who have discovered how retirement can be challenging and full of purpose.
Change and getting older is inevitable. So how can we make it the best it can be? Families, experts and "wise ones" share insights on aging, facing illness, and cooperating as siblings in the care of aging parents.
Start early enough to prepare for it and growing older can be full of satisfaction and new joys. Fred Smith in this engaging video conversation shows how with easy to grasp, practical steps and outlooks that can make a big difference for you.
In order to make informed decisions about critical medical issues, citizens need to know what is really happening in healthcare today. This documentary features an impressive array of experts who share crucial information about current trends in the healthcare system and offer advice about important end-of-life decisions.
Wanda (Patricia Heaton) and Sarah (Meredith Baxter) are estranged sisters at odds over what to do with a pecan grove they've inherited following their mother's death. Wanda wants to keep the land in the family while Sarah, who is hiding a devastating secret, wants desperately to sell.
Kimberly R. Kelly talks about Alzheimer’s and Related Dementia followed by the most feared and little known aspects of Alzheimer’s: Wandering. Kim has a wonderful ability to explain in a simple and understandable way the effects Alzheimer’s has on a person’s brain and behavior. She also explains what current drug therapies are being used to treat patients.
Newly-hired waitress, Megan, gets a taste of customer service when three elderly men walk into the restaurant one Wednesday morning. Crotchety, persnickety and eccentric, the three men give Megan a run for her money. In spite of initial impressions and the snide remarks of Martha, her co-waitress, Megan rolls up her sleeves and endeavors to be the best server possible for her three regular customers, and a slow but warm friendship blossoms.
How do you frame the rules for killing, once killing is an accepted solution for human suffering? What is the meaning of true compassion and dignity?