Radio Season 3 Volume 11

Guests on this volume are Brandi Deimling from the Alzheimer's Society of Peel, and Jason Leet from the Peel Elder Abuse Support Program


Radio Season 3 Volume 10

Dr. Swaminath from Martindale Dental discusses the connection between oral health and general health.

Teepa Snow, a world-renowned educator on the topic of dementia, shares positives tips for caregivers to Alzheimer's patients


Radio Season 3 Volume 3

Dr. Amy Aprix, Ph. D., author and respected expert on senior issues discusses 'enablement.'

Cathy Dance from Meals On Wheels discusses how the program works, and who can get meals.


Radio Season 3 Volume 5

Nicole Troiano discusses home health care and how to be proactive about getting it

Julie Yim discusses vision therapy - an exciting way to care for your eyes


Radio Season 3 Volume 6

Tom Triantafilo from Family Services of Peel shares options for families who need help

Rex Banks from the Canadian Hearing Society talks about the connection between hearing loss and healthy living 


Radio Season 3 Volume 7

Pam from Seniors Cover Your Assets discusses the dangers of Power of Attorney theft.

Pastor Jaime Holtom discusses faith and religion as we age


Radio Season 2 Volume 1

Terry McIntyre of Manulife speaks about making the money last.

Margaret Wallis Duffy wants listeners to know about holistic medicine.


Radio Season 3 Volume 4

Our Good Friend and sponsor Terry McIntyre is back to speak about the latest rules and laws coming into place for executors...great info!
Dr Caroline Teske is back to speak about eye health care with some great tips!

Radio Season 3 Volume 8

On today's show co-authors of a very interesting book join us to talk about divorce in our senior demographic and how they help that generation cope with the idea and practicality of a process they may not be prepared for.
Two of our favourite gentleman chat about something very close to their do we prepare for our children/adults with special needs for their life after we honest discussion with no easy answers and still some questions left at the end....this is part 1 of 2.

Radio Season 3 Volume 9

On today's show we are so pleased to share a conversation with residents, Jack and Barb, their earlier lives and life now at Greenway Retirement Village.....from their viewpoint!
Two of our favourite gentleman chat about something very close to their do we prepare for our children/adults with special needs for their life after we honest discussion with no easy answers and still some questions left at the end....this is part 2 of 2.


Making Our Seniors Matter


I have had the honour to join a group of professionals dedicated to Making Our Seniors Matter. They are from all different areas of the spectrum, working with seniors. The group works together to find the right solution each and every time. As a result of this group effort seniors have more information to be able to make the right decisions, lessening stress.

Why is important that our seniors matter? Our seniors are the fabric that holds a community together. They laid the foundation for the success of our communities, and are still a vital and important part of it’s ongoing success. We thought it was important that seniors and their caregivers have a place to ‘go’ weekly to learn, share ideas, share experiences and create a new online community for the betterment of everyone, especially seniors.

I had the opportunity to sponsor a regular spot on each program where the Peel Regional Police discuss Senior Scam Alerts. I jumped at the chance to sponsor such an important topic.

“Making Our Seniors Matter’ is a weekly radio show delivering all things senior-related:

Radio Season 3 Volume 1 - 2

What is Making Our Seniors Matter

Greenway Retirement Residence LIVE part1

The Honourable Minister Responsible for Seniors, Mario Sergio

Jennie Heslop, 91 years young share stories from her life 


Radio Season 1 Volume 1-7

Scott Terrio, Seniors & Debt - Why seniors have debt and what to do
Karen Sibal, Elder Abuse - What does it looks like and where to go for help
Pat Thacker, Mental First Aid - like physical first aid but for the brain
Bob Harrick, Senior Council - why is it beneficial to belong to one
Gary Booth Accounting - what about those tax credits, how do I get one
Dr. Cooke, Gerontologist - more about the science of aging


Hospital Seniors Dept  -  info about care for seniors in our hospitals
Dr Abbott Chiropractor - what can a chiropractor teach us


The Home Updaters   -  more about safety in our homes
Retire-at-Home Caregiver - Alzheimer care, home care options


Solterra co housing - an alternative way to own home but share
Dr Abbott, Chiropractor   -   how to prevent falling


Dr. Cooke Gerontologist - general information about aging 


Radio Season 1 Volume 8-13


Glenn Cunningham Broker, Real Estate Designed for Seniors
Elizabeth Cunningham CPCA, Blue Willow Consulting for Seniors


Andrew's Community Funeral Centre on Pre-Planning a Funeral
Linda Nasato - comments from a senior person


LIVE show from Flower City Community Campus


Downsize and Moving ideas and tips

Power of Attorneys - what can happenif you don't get them


Hospital Emergency Care - Who are GEM nurses and how can they help
Safe Home Renovations - Want to stay in your home?  Get advice!


Neena Mithia, Pharmacy - Medication safety tips
The Home Updaters - What's new for aging safely in your home.


Radio Season 2 Volume 2 - 6


Jacqueline Stanley of Living Assistance Services speaks about home care services and what is involved.  

Catherine Carreiro from the Library speaks about the many services and programs available for seniors


Scott Terrio of Cooper & Co is back to speak to the dangers of co-signing loans for adult children.  

Rhonda Latrielle of Age Friendly Business shares some thoughts on why businesses and other professionals can benefit from training and learning how to better serve the senior community. 


Majda Basheikh, Audiologist from Hearmore Canada tells us about hearing loss, communication and hearing aid improvements.
Leslie Booker of Downsize, Moving & More shares some tips from her experience moving seniors and helping families.


Staff from The Beechwood,  Revera discuss what life it like in a retirement residence....socialization, good diet and nutrition, exercise, caring staff with outings and trips, events and special days!


Nya Abel also speaks about the cost of living at The Beechwood and how that relates to the cost of living at home with the usual expenses.   Special guest,  Jess shares her personal thoughts on life there and how eating well and having fun add joy and companionship to her life!I





Radio Season 2 Volume 7 - 13


Diabetes Outreach Program info from William Osler Health System

Medic Alert Bracelet teams with Retire at Home


Osler Hospital

Emergency Preparedness


Meadowvale Cemetery

Age Friendly Business®


LIVE from Flower City Community Campus with guests: Staff member  Nadine Sowerbymember Ruth Wicks and member  Joyce McIntosh - with give-a-ways from our sponsor Terry McIntyre and members of Making Our Seniors Matter:  Bramalea Retirement Residence,  Greenway Village


Heather Lee and Laura McMechan from Greenway Retirement Village, our radio taping hosts talk about life at Greenway - the positives!
Dr Teske speaks about eye health and some concerns older people may have with their eyes...great information!


Dr Kathleen Brasher speaks about the connection between the World Health Organization's Age Friendly Cities and Communities plan and the work of Age Friendly Business®