Radio Program 1, February 5, 2011

Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services provides this weekly radio program as a community resource because we believe in being a good neighbor.  We hope Journey Through Aging will be a resource you will use often.

Listen each Saturday Morning at 8am on WRFD 880AM

February 5th, 2011 show provides an introduction to this new radio ministry (segment 1)  February is Low Vision care awareness month.  In segment 2 Denise Creatore from Park Vista Retirement Community in Youngstown, Ohio will talk about how low visions support groups provide help.  In segment 3 Dr. Roann Flom, from the College of Optometry at The Ohio State University will discuss eye health, and testing methods.  Then in segmtn 4, Ginny Shimrock of Senior Transition Service in Central Ohio will guide us in understanding how to downsize.

Digital Audio Files (click link to listen to program sections)

Introduction to Journey Through Aging Feb. 5 2011
Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services provides this weekly radio program as a community resource because we believe in being a good neighbor.

Low Vision awareness with Dee Dee Creatore
February is low vision awareness month.  Discover how low vision support groups can be benefit you.

Low Vision resources:
National Association for Visually Handicapped 212 889 3141 or www.navh.org  Find a Low Vision Support Group near you.
Continue the conversation with Dee Dee Creatore, you can reach her at Park Vista in Youngstown, Ohio at 330 746 2944

Low Vision Care with Dr. Roann Flom, College of Optometry at The Ohio State University.
Understand the impact low vision has on older adults.  Learn about the two types of vision assessments that are offered.
http://greatvision.osu.edu/services/vision_rehabilitation.cfm

Organizing and downsizing tips with Ginny Shimrock with Senior Transistion Services in Central Ohio.
Continue the conversation with her at www.stsmoving.com or by email at gshimrock@stsmoving.com

Filled under Active Aging.