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  1. Name: Claire | E-mail: [email protected] | IP: was so delighted to hear about Retirement living for Seniors. What a great idea. Pets are very important to my aging mother and father. They would love to see a show addressing pets and seniors!

    Posted Jul 10, 11:57 PM | View Post

  2. Name: Nahid Shadrokh | E-mail: [email protected] | IP: is wonderfull, Great! I whish I could have this high tech in my facility.

    Posted Jul 8, 3:25 PM | View Post

  3. Name: Deborah London | E-mail: [email protected] | IP: am delighted to learn about this new network. As a resident of an Erickson community, I know how successful the Erickson approach is in recognizing the needs AND the capabilities of older people.

    Posted Jul 8, 4:18 AM | View Post

  4. Name: Sue Emerson | E-mail: [email protected] | IP: another idea: how about a segment on making the home safer for seniors? My folks want to stay in their home as long as possible but there are things we, as caregivers and children, need to do to make it safer for them to stay there by themselves. Help!

    Posted Jul 7, 5:32 AM | View Post

  5. Name: Sue Emerson | E-mail: [email protected] | IP: you also do segments on Working at home, home businesses, etc. for seniors? Another idea is particularly for disabled seniors, not able to work other places. The seniors are scammed in this area of the work force; and it would be great for them to KNOW where to go to find work at home jobs, start a homebusiness honestly without paying out a lot of money. Yes, there are tons of stuff on the internet, but they dont have the time, resources or understanding to locate them.


    Posted Jul 7, 5:27 AM | View Post

  6. Name: Sue Emerson | E-mail: [email protected] | IP: idea!!!! It seems in our society the seniors are pretty much “forgotten” except to grab more of their money.

    Be sure to focus on problems seniors have with finding jobs, health, disabilities and jobs, and definitely on seniors with very little income and how to survive. There are more of those out there, but everyone seems to focus on the ones with decent resources(money) and good health. That’s only a small percentage of seniors.

    Also, I live in an area that is large majority of seniors, a touristy area, that is now becoming a “condo-coastal” are for wealthier retirees. Could you focus on tying in to our cable network (TimeWarner) and do some segments here? I would be glad to help in any way with any information.

    Looking forward to seeing you soon!!!!

    Posted Jul 7, 5:23 AM | View Post

  7. Name: Daphne Van Tiem | E-mail: [email protected] | IP: keep me advised as to when this wonderful television network will be available in the Prince William County, Virginia area.


    Posted Jun 28, 2:09 PM | View Post

  8. Name: Virginia Byrd | E-mail: [email protected] | URI: | IP: am so pleased with the news of Retirement Living Network and would like contact information for advertising or perhaps presenting my product The TubcuT
    as part of the show.
    Thank you

    Posted Jun 28, 11:44 AM | View Post

  9. Name: lois fishman | E-mail: [email protected] | URI: | IP: to you for writing about these issues. In my practice I see many issues that the caregivers have. One significant one is stress not only from the emotional side of having one’s loved one ill or dying but from feeling overwhelmed by stepping into their shoes to take care of their finances. Often they want to do like the ill person had done but are totally unprepared. Often they themselves are not good at handling money. For some, there is the development of guilt as they dip into these newly available funds for their own needs. This is a phenomenon that I have witnessed with some of my adult children who care for aging parents. In a couple situation, the well spouse is rarely the one who has always handled the funds. It is more likely that the ill spouse was the “money” person leaving the other spouse to fend on their own.

    I would love the opportunity to discuss these issues with you….
    Phone 301 330-9455, email [email protected]

    Lois Fishman, CFP, CSA

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