Radio show addresses quality of life issues for baby boomers, seniors Story Tools Email this story | Print By MICHELLE SHELDONE firstname.lastname@example.org November 26, 2006 Baby boomers and senior citizens throughout South Florida can tune in to an AM radio talk show designed to help improve their quality of life.
Jupiter resident Ron Kauffman, on WBZT 1230’s “Senior Lifestyles,” brings in guest experts to address issues of health, wealth and lifestyle issues.
“The idea is to impact their lives in such a way they can actually measure (it by) a reduction in doctor’s visits.
The Clear Channel program, which earned Kauffman a Southeastern Area Agencies on Aging 2006 Positive Images of Aging Award, is part of his Senior Lifestyles Intelligent Talk Radio nonprofit organization and also is scheduled next week to begin airing in the Carolinas.
Through the nonprofit, Kauffman is seeking grants and contributions for in-person fitness and nutrition programs he’d like to launch with partners like Jewish Family Services of Broward County, who would provide the venues and the audience and he would provide the experts.
The program has addressed serious topics like Alzheimer’s, health insurance and retirement finances — but two of the most popular segments were about life coaching and how to purchase wines.
“Senior Lifestyles” talk show airs from 3:05 to 4 p.m., on WBZT 1230 AM.
A daily 12-minute Boomer and Senior LifeStyles Update airs on
this same station during the 7 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday drive
The program reaches Miami-Dade County through Stuart and is
scheduled next week also to air on AM-1160 WJFJ from Asheville, N.C.,
to Spartanburg, S.C.
For more information, visit www.seniorlifestyles.org
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