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Performance by Fritz Coleman – The stand-up comedian kicks off the event with a comical look at getting older.
“Leeza Gibbons on Long Term Caregiving from the Heart” – Our special guest and one of America’s favorite personalities Leeza Gibbons sits down for a one-on-one chat with Diane Thompson. Leeza has become one of the leading voices for issues facing family caregivers. When her mother and grandmother were struggling with Alzheimer’s disease, she created what she wished she and her family had and started the Leeza Gibbons Memory Foundation. Her training as a journalist united with her compassion and business savvy when she opened the foundation’s signature programs Leeza’s Place and Leeza’s Care Connection, offering free services for family caregivers encouraging them to call on their courage and summon strength for the long journey ahead.
“Dealing with Dementia” – Discussion featuring Dr. Gary Small, UCLA professor of psychiatry & behavioral sciences, director of the UCLA Longevity Center and author of “The Longevity Bible,” and Susan Galeas, President and CEO of the Alzheimer’s Association California Southland Chapter; Moderated by KNX 1070’s Charles Feldman.
“Scams & Abuse” – Discussion featuring L.A. County District Attorney Jackie Lacey and Dr. Laura Mosqueda, USC professor of family medicine and geriatrics, associate dean of primary care at Keck School of Medicine and director of the National Center on Elder Abuse; Moderated by KNX 1070’s Frank Mottek and Charles Feldman.
“The Business of Being Stuck in the Middle” – Discussion featuring eldercare attorney Alice Salvo; attorney and financial planning expert Zoran Basich; and Janet Morris, attorney and head of the caregiver unit at Bet Tzedek Legal Services; Moderated by KNX 1070’s Frank Mottek.
“When Adult Children Move Back Home” – Los Angeles Times columnist Chris Erskine in a humorous discussion with the co-authors of “How to Raise Your Adult Children,” psychotherapist Susan Ende and comedy writer Gail Parent; Moderated
by Diane Thompson.
“Boomerang Kids” – Discussion featuring Dr. Phyllis Goldberg, co-author of “Whose Couch is it Anyway? Moving Your Millennial,” and Sandwich Generationers; Moderated by KNX 1070’s Diane Thompson.
“Giving Care In and Out of the Home” – Discussion featuring clinical psychologist/life transitions specialist Dr. Francine Lederer; senior living advisor for A Place for Mom Bonnie Davis; and AARP California state president Patricia Perez; Moderated by KNX 1070’s Charles Feldman.