Clingman Forum sessions on aging issues now on video

Previous sessions now on video

Some past Forum sessions this fall are now available as videos – see links below.

Oct. 12:
Capturing life stories, writing obituaries and preparing eulogies (Kit Kincade facilitates). View video.

Oct. 19: Capturing life stories: The importance, uses and development of family history and its role in caring for the aging, with the Rev. Dr. Georgine Buckwalter.
View video.

Oct. 26: “Speaking Alzheimer’s.” The Rev. Dr. Georgine Buckwalter.
View video.

November 2 – The Rev. Dr. Georgine Buckwalter concluded her discussion on Alzheimer’s and dementia. She spoke on stress on caregivers and church theology.
View video.

November 9 – “Caring for the caregiver” was the focus of a presentation by Deborah Boone, from the Episcopal Church Home.

November 16 – On November 6, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit in Cincinnati reversed U. S. District Judge John Heyburn’s July ruling in which he declared Kentucky’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional. This Sunday, Laura Landenwich, lead attorney for the plaintiffs in the case, discussed recent Appeals Court decisions and the U.S. Supreme Court. View video.

Nov. 23 “Understanding Medicare’s and Medicaid’s levels of care” with Deborah Boone of the Episcopal Church Home.

December 7 – Financial Issues in Retirement and Advanced Age – David Brooks, retired board chairman and CEO of Stockyards Bank, with a long history in accounting and banking, and Kit Kincade, a Certified Financial Planner with 36 years in financial services,discusses retirement planning and managing finances in advancing age.

December 14 101 Things to Do with a person who has memory loss. Deborah Boone and Jackie Laskee from the Episcopal Church Home discusses ways of working with and living with persons suffering from memory loss.
View video.

December 21Strengthening and Balance; Your Body and Your Mind; and Home Safety Assessment. Deborah Boone covers home safety and personal care for older persons.

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