June is Elder Abuse Awareness Month. Dr. Richard Jones, Administrator, Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services, talks about statistics of elder abuse and discusses the programs, initiatives and resources offered for seniors and caregivers; Certified Elder Law Att'y, Rachel Kabb-Efron, Kabb Law, talks about protecting seniors, knowing the rights and laws; Dr. Ellen Burts-Cooper, Sr. Managing Partner, IMPROVE Consulting & Training Group picks up the series with wellness, resiliency & stress management.
Deborah Osgood, Achievement Center, gives us details about the upcoming fund raising effort, "A Most Excellent Race", Sunday, June 25; Cleveland's Own, Abe LaMarca & Anne Cochran give the details on the concert at Cain Park, Thurs. June 22.
William Holdipp, Executive Director, CAAO (Consortium of African American Organizations) gives us the details about the upcoming Executive Matchmaker reception, June 15. Jazmin Long, Honorary Event Chair, gives us details about the evening, as Execs from Northeast Ohio are matched/paired with local entrepreneurs; Gary Douglas, Author/CEO/Investor talks about his book, Benevolent Capitalism, how business owners can be more benevolent in their practices and what it means to be a benevolent leader.
Jeff Stanicky & Monica Cowans, Hospice of the Western Reserve, talk about the Walk to Remember, Sunday, June 11 (Registration, 7:30) at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and the "Comfort Buddies", which help aid Alzheimer's/Dementia patients; Dr. Ian Smith stops by to talk about his new book, Blast the Sugar Out! and how we can reduce sugar in our diet, and the 5-week program for the entire family!
7th Annual Caring Individuals Stepping Out against Cancer Walk, June 3, founder, Sonny Cooke & president, Wanda Chisholm join us to talk about the inception of the walk, the importance of health screenings and early detection, Wanda shares details on the full day of events, fun, screenings and Hone Barber college giving free haircuts to walk participants; CEO, Author, Sirius Radio Host, Bill Wooditch talks about his new book, Fail More, why failure is important and how his many failures catapulted him into his current position as CEO of a multi-million dollar corporation