Bob Schulz, “The Retirement Guy,” details Social
Security options available to retirees (Part 2)
The roll-out of Windows 10 might be the answer to those
frustrated with Windows 8. Robert Perry from the Geek Squad in Denver
explains what to do if you have Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 and want to change to
Bob Schulz, The Retirement Guy, has “must-know”
information on social security for those facing retirement as well as for those
whose retirement is still in the distant future.
Elder Financial Abuse: Elizabeth Loewy is a former prosecutor who specialized in elder financial abuse cases and is now with Eversafe, a company that monitors the financial interests of the elderly. She explains how to the elderly and their caregivers can guard against financial theft and fraud.
Pam Roggeman from the University of Phoenix details the
results of a survey of job satisfaction among public school teachers as well as
teacher suggestions for becoming more effective.
Tom Yetzer from Synergy Home Care gives some tips for
in-home care of the elderly, and Donna Moller reads a tribute to her 100
Roger Dudley, Denver Public Library archivist, and
Landes Shepard, longtime resident of West Denver, discuss with host Wayne
Yaffee the lessons learned from the Denver flood of 1965 which literally tore
the city of Denver in half 50 years ago.
Andy Lopez, the “Invisible Gardner,” gives tips on
Alice Training Institute recently was in Denver at the
Denver Rescue Mission training businesses and non-profits on preparedness in
the event of an active shooter. Greg Crane is the founder of the
institute and tells what people can do before law enforcement arrives
when faced with an active shooter.
Spring storms this year have brought about damage to
many trees. John Bretsch from Davey Tree shares a spring checklist of how
to protect trees from damage and insects.