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Aging in Portland | Radio Show and Podcast

Mark Turnbull: Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) and Radio Host

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Aging in Portland | Radio Show and Podcast

Aging in Portland | Radio Show and Podcast

Mark Turnbull: Certified Senior Advisor (CSA) and Radio Host

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Portland's only radio program where together we discuss proactive aging in the right place, with a choice, connecting to the professional advice of our special guests, while creating better days throughout the aging process. Sponsored by ComForCare In Home Case of West Linn & Portland-South.

Latest Episodes

1/22/20: Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors | Transitioning to Senior Care | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week, our guests are Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors. They explain the details and options for transitioning to senior care in the Portland area.Do you know what to look for when it comes time to consider transitioning from an independent lifestyle to senior care? Most people find it daunting. Seth and Olivia have an intimate knowledge of Portland’s choices for long-term community living, and they use that knowledge to help us understand what to look for when considering supportive housing and care. Finding the right place for senior care is one of the most important decisions in life, so we all deserve to have some help with it. Don’t miss this show!

57 MIN20 h ago
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1/22/20: Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors | Transitioning to Senior Care | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

1/15/20: Nancy McDonald, Director, and Taylor Gene Grady, Actor, Lakewood Theatre Company | Wait Until Dark | Aging in Portland

Nancy McDonald is our guest this week. She’s the Director of the Lakewood Theatre Company’s current production of Wait Until Dark, and she brought lead actress Taylor Gene Grady with her to talk about the play and its suspenseful story.Continuing our theme of The Story Matters in 2020, this is the first of the plays we’ll feature from the Lakewood Center for The Arts, which is celebrating its 67th season of live theatre. This month, it’s murder, secret identities, and a switchblade named Geraldine that set the stage for a tale that will have you sleeping with the lights on! Wait Until Dark is a riveting play with superb performances, and we’re talking with the people at the center of it. Don’t miss this show!

59 MIN1 w ago
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1/15/20: Nancy McDonald, Director, and Taylor Gene Grady, Actor, Lakewood Theatre Company | Wait Until Dark | Aging in Portland

1/8/20: Gricel Malstrom with ComForCare Home Care of West Linn & Charity Fenley | Caregivers Matter: The Value of Highly Valued Caregivers

This week, our guests are Gricel Malstrom and Charity Fenley, Lead Caregivers from ComForCare Home Care of West Linn. We talk about why caregivers matter and the value they can bring to your home. For most seniors, remaining independent in their own homes on their terms is at the top of their priority list. However, bringing a caregiver into your home can be a big transition. That is why it is imperative to be well matched. When the right caregiver walks into your home, it’s a great feeling! Don’t miss this show!

58 MIN2 w ago
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1/8/20: Gricel Malstrom with ComForCare Home Care of West Linn & Charity Fenley | Caregivers Matter: The Value of Highly Valued Caregivers

1/1/20: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Power of Your Story, Because You Matter! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Tom Schiave, Lead Pastor at Gateway Church and a Professor at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. We discussed the power of your story because it matters! What is the storyline from your favorite book or movie? Great stories follow a pattern, and so do our personal lives. Pastor Schiave kicks off the new year with the foundation of our theme in 2020: Your Story Matters! Each month, we will feature a person in Portland who has a story to share. Why? Because great stories inspire, instruct, and inform us. Our stories can be a living legacy from which everyone can learn, grow, and be uplifted. There are five elements or seasons to a great storyline. Where is your story along that path? Don’t miss this first show of the new year to find out!

58 MIN3 w ago
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1/1/20: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Power of Your Story, Because You Matter! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

12/25/19: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Christmas Story and Your Story, Too! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Tom Schiave, Lead Pastor at Gateway Church and a Professor at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. We discussed the Christmas Story and your story, too.Pastor Schiave reminds us that movies have scenes, and books have chapters. We can look at the Bible as four scenes in the story of God’s love and his pursuit of a personal relationship with his people. The Pastor weaves these stories together for us, and Aging in Portland radio offers this gift to our listening audience this Christmas Day. Merry Christmas and peace on earth to all! Don’t miss this holiday show!

57 MIN2019 DEC 26
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12/25/19: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Christmas Story and Your Story, Too! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

12/18/19: Carolyn with Blog: ToughConversations.net | Grandma's Secrets: Peace around the Christmas Tree | Aging in Portland

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Carolyn Miller Parr, retired judge and author of the blog ToughConversations.net. We discussed her book, Grandma's Secrets: Peace around the Christmas Tree.As everyone knows, we live in an increasingly divided nation. Extended families are divided along political lines, and even being politically correct can become controversial. As a result, conversations during the holidays can be tricky. Carolyn Miller Parr, retired Judge, mediator, and author, shares her secrets for how to have constructive, loving conversations during the holidays, even among those who disagree throughout the year. And as a bonus, Carolyn also describes the best thing about growing old. Don’t miss this timely show!

58 MIN2019 DEC 19
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12/18/19: Carolyn with Blog: ToughConversations.net | Grandma's Secrets: Peace around the Christmas Tree | Aging in Portland

12/11/19: Dr. Rosie Kuhn with The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group | Aging Like a Guru (Who, Me?) | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Dr. Rosie Kuhn, a transformational life coach, author, and speaker from The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group. She reminds us that being around fascinating, driven people who love living their lives on a large scale is contagious. Catch the fever as she coaches us about how important it is to acknowledge the “being” inside the human being. So much focus is placed on life’s to-do list, especially as we age; Dr. Rosie emphasizes a different awareness in the aging process and talks about how to be with and be in this process. In this way, we become more personally engaged in our whole life, and our experience while aging becomes more rich and beautiful! Don’t miss this show!

57 MIN2019 DEC 12
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12/11/19: Dr. Rosie Kuhn with The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group | Aging Like a Guru (Who, Me?) | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

12/04/19: Danielle and Caleb of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn | The Positive Impact a ComForCare Caregiver Has on Your Life

Maintaining your independence on your terms in your own home is a top-of-the-list concern for seniors. But at some point, staying at home often requires assistance from a caregiver. Inviting a caregiver into your home can also be a big transition. That’s why we invited Danielle Hoygaard and Caleb Cunningham of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn to join us on today's show to discuss how the caregivers of ComForCare can make a positive impact on your life and help you hold onto your independence. Don’t miss this show!

57 MIN2019 DEC 5
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12/04/19: Danielle and Caleb of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn | The Positive Impact a ComForCare Caregiver Has on Your Life

11/27/19: Michelle Rahn, Motivational Speaker | Defying the Gravity of Aging Expectations | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week, Michelle Rahn, a motivational speaker, joined us to talk about how to defy the gravity of aging expectations. Meeting new experiences and challenges in life can easily lead to trepidation, especially as we journey on this unpredictable path called "aging." As Michelle says, “Aging deliberately is not passive. It lets us be the best that we can be and allows us to accomplish things that we never knew we could.” She offers informative and inspiring advice about how to ascertain your individual strengths and to feel confident while developing a new you the process, at ANY age. It's never too late to become who you might have been, experience the joy of who you are, and celebrate and the freedom of who you are not. Don’t miss this inspiring show!

58 MIN2019 NOV 28
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11/27/19: Michelle Rahn, Motivational Speaker | Defying the Gravity of Aging Expectations | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

11/20/19: Suzanne Rowe of Summit Fiduciary Services | Protection If You Can No Longer Speak for Yourself | Aging in Portland

This week, Suzanne Rowe, a professional fiduciary from Summit Fiduciary Services, discusses protection in the event we can no longer speak for ourselves.She helps us face questions that may seem daunting: Who will be your representative if you can no longer speak for yourself? Who do you trust to carry out your medical and financial wishes? What if you don’t have a relative who can do this for you? Suzanne guides us through the planning and trust that resolves those concerns. As a National Certified Guardian, Suzanne has the legal experience, combined with heart and compassion, to make sure no one takes advantage of the vulnerable. Her duty is to protect us from financial exploitation, self-neglect, and caregiver neglect, and to provide reinforcement for decisions we have made. Join us to learn more about this vital topic!

57 MIN2019 NOV 21
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11/20/19: Suzanne Rowe of Summit Fiduciary Services | Protection If You Can No Longer Speak for Yourself | Aging in Portland

Latest Episodes

1/22/20: Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors | Transitioning to Senior Care | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week, our guests are Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors. They explain the details and options for transitioning to senior care in the Portland area.Do you know what to look for when it comes time to consider transitioning from an independent lifestyle to senior care? Most people find it daunting. Seth and Olivia have an intimate knowledge of Portland’s choices for long-term community living, and they use that knowledge to help us understand what to look for when considering supportive housing and care. Finding the right place for senior care is one of the most important decisions in life, so we all deserve to have some help with it. Don’t miss this show!

57 MIN20 h ago
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1/22/20: Seth Dickinson and Olivia Mathis of Oasis Senior Advisors | Transitioning to Senior Care | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

1/15/20: Nancy McDonald, Director, and Taylor Gene Grady, Actor, Lakewood Theatre Company | Wait Until Dark | Aging in Portland

Nancy McDonald is our guest this week. She’s the Director of the Lakewood Theatre Company’s current production of Wait Until Dark, and she brought lead actress Taylor Gene Grady with her to talk about the play and its suspenseful story.Continuing our theme of The Story Matters in 2020, this is the first of the plays we’ll feature from the Lakewood Center for The Arts, which is celebrating its 67th season of live theatre. This month, it’s murder, secret identities, and a switchblade named Geraldine that set the stage for a tale that will have you sleeping with the lights on! Wait Until Dark is a riveting play with superb performances, and we’re talking with the people at the center of it. Don’t miss this show!

59 MIN1 w ago
Comments
1/15/20: Nancy McDonald, Director, and Taylor Gene Grady, Actor, Lakewood Theatre Company | Wait Until Dark | Aging in Portland

1/8/20: Gricel Malstrom with ComForCare Home Care of West Linn & Charity Fenley | Caregivers Matter: The Value of Highly Valued Caregivers

This week, our guests are Gricel Malstrom and Charity Fenley, Lead Caregivers from ComForCare Home Care of West Linn. We talk about why caregivers matter and the value they can bring to your home. For most seniors, remaining independent in their own homes on their terms is at the top of their priority list. However, bringing a caregiver into your home can be a big transition. That is why it is imperative to be well matched. When the right caregiver walks into your home, it’s a great feeling! Don’t miss this show!

58 MIN2 w ago
Comments
1/8/20: Gricel Malstrom with ComForCare Home Care of West Linn & Charity Fenley | Caregivers Matter: The Value of Highly Valued Caregivers

1/1/20: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Power of Your Story, Because You Matter! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Tom Schiave, Lead Pastor at Gateway Church and a Professor at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. We discussed the power of your story because it matters! What is the storyline from your favorite book or movie? Great stories follow a pattern, and so do our personal lives. Pastor Schiave kicks off the new year with the foundation of our theme in 2020: Your Story Matters! Each month, we will feature a person in Portland who has a story to share. Why? Because great stories inspire, instruct, and inform us. Our stories can be a living legacy from which everyone can learn, grow, and be uplifted. There are five elements or seasons to a great storyline. Where is your story along that path? Don’t miss this first show of the new year to find out!

58 MIN3 w ago
Comments
1/1/20: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Power of Your Story, Because You Matter! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

12/25/19: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Christmas Story and Your Story, Too! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Tom Schiave, Lead Pastor at Gateway Church and a Professor at Multnomah Biblical Seminary. We discussed the Christmas Story and your story, too.Pastor Schiave reminds us that movies have scenes, and books have chapters. We can look at the Bible as four scenes in the story of God’s love and his pursuit of a personal relationship with his people. The Pastor weaves these stories together for us, and Aging in Portland radio offers this gift to our listening audience this Christmas Day. Merry Christmas and peace on earth to all! Don’t miss this holiday show!

57 MIN2019 DEC 26
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12/25/19: Pastor Tom Schiave with Gateway Church | The Christmas Story and Your Story, Too! | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

12/18/19: Carolyn with Blog: ToughConversations.net | Grandma's Secrets: Peace around the Christmas Tree | Aging in Portland

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Carolyn Miller Parr, retired judge and author of the blog ToughConversations.net. We discussed her book, Grandma's Secrets: Peace around the Christmas Tree.As everyone knows, we live in an increasingly divided nation. Extended families are divided along political lines, and even being politically correct can become controversial. As a result, conversations during the holidays can be tricky. Carolyn Miller Parr, retired Judge, mediator, and author, shares her secrets for how to have constructive, loving conversations during the holidays, even among those who disagree throughout the year. And as a bonus, Carolyn also describes the best thing about growing old. Don’t miss this timely show!

58 MIN2019 DEC 19
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12/18/19: Carolyn with Blog: ToughConversations.net | Grandma's Secrets: Peace around the Christmas Tree | Aging in Portland

12/11/19: Dr. Rosie Kuhn with The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group | Aging Like a Guru (Who, Me?) | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week on Aging in Portland, I interviewed Dr. Rosie Kuhn, a transformational life coach, author, and speaker from The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group. She reminds us that being around fascinating, driven people who love living their lives on a large scale is contagious. Catch the fever as she coaches us about how important it is to acknowledge the “being” inside the human being. So much focus is placed on life’s to-do list, especially as we age; Dr. Rosie emphasizes a different awareness in the aging process and talks about how to be with and be in this process. In this way, we become more personally engaged in our whole life, and our experience while aging becomes more rich and beautiful! Don’t miss this show!

57 MIN2019 DEC 12
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12/11/19: Dr. Rosie Kuhn with The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group | Aging Like a Guru (Who, Me?) | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

12/04/19: Danielle and Caleb of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn | The Positive Impact a ComForCare Caregiver Has on Your Life

Maintaining your independence on your terms in your own home is a top-of-the-list concern for seniors. But at some point, staying at home often requires assistance from a caregiver. Inviting a caregiver into your home can also be a big transition. That’s why we invited Danielle Hoygaard and Caleb Cunningham of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn to join us on today's show to discuss how the caregivers of ComForCare can make a positive impact on your life and help you hold onto your independence. Don’t miss this show!

57 MIN2019 DEC 5
Comments
12/04/19: Danielle and Caleb of ComForCare Home Care of West Linn | The Positive Impact a ComForCare Caregiver Has on Your Life

11/27/19: Michelle Rahn, Motivational Speaker | Defying the Gravity of Aging Expectations | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

This week, Michelle Rahn, a motivational speaker, joined us to talk about how to defy the gravity of aging expectations. Meeting new experiences and challenges in life can easily lead to trepidation, especially as we journey on this unpredictable path called "aging." As Michelle says, “Aging deliberately is not passive. It lets us be the best that we can be and allows us to accomplish things that we never knew we could.” She offers informative and inspiring advice about how to ascertain your individual strengths and to feel confident while developing a new you the process, at ANY age. It's never too late to become who you might have been, experience the joy of who you are, and celebrate and the freedom of who you are not. Don’t miss this inspiring show!

58 MIN2019 NOV 28
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11/27/19: Michelle Rahn, Motivational Speaker | Defying the Gravity of Aging Expectations | Aging in Portland with Mark Turnbull

11/20/19: Suzanne Rowe of Summit Fiduciary Services | Protection If You Can No Longer Speak for Yourself | Aging in Portland

This week, Suzanne Rowe, a professional fiduciary from Summit Fiduciary Services, discusses protection in the event we can no longer speak for ourselves.She helps us face questions that may seem daunting: Who will be your representative if you can no longer speak for yourself? Who do you trust to carry out your medical and financial wishes? What if you don’t have a relative who can do this for you? Suzanne guides us through the planning and trust that resolves those concerns. As a National Certified Guardian, Suzanne has the legal experience, combined with heart and compassion, to make sure no one takes advantage of the vulnerable. Her duty is to protect us from financial exploitation, self-neglect, and caregiver neglect, and to provide reinforcement for decisions we have made. Join us to learn more about this vital topic!

57 MIN2019 NOV 21
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11/20/19: Suzanne Rowe of Summit Fiduciary Services | Protection If You Can No Longer Speak for Yourself | Aging in Portland
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