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The Senior Hour – Giving Thanks – November 20, 2019

Hosts: Dr. Gene Dorio, Barbara Cochran

Topic: Giving Thanks

Guest: Robin Clough & Suzanne Nelson of the Senior Center; Myles McNamara of Comfort Keepers In-Home Care

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Giving Thanks — November 20, 2019

On this episode of The Senior Hour with Dr. Gene Dorio and Barbara Cochran, Robin Clough and Suzanne Nelson join the show to talk about the Senior Center and the many reasons for giving thanks to people who work hard to help provide the services that are available there. Robin and Suzanne talk to Dr. Dorio and Barbara about how the new Senior Center is seeing over 300 people a day for lunch time, and how their residents have been able to enjoy a higher quality of life thanks to the hard work of the employees at the new Senior Center. Barbara shares how some of the most mundane things can make the biggest difference in a person’s life or at least just for a day, and she encourages people to donate and find a way to give back this Thanksgiving and holiday season. Dr. Dorio also urges people to find places that donate specifically to seniors, and mentions how senior homelessness is a real problem that needs people to donate to start raising awareness and to make a difference. One person at a time is how change starts to happen, and Robin and Suzanne make great points about giving back and where to start.

Later in the show, Myles McNamara joins the show to talk about giving thanks, and the many ways in which Comfort Keepers gives in-home care services that raises quality of life for many seniors in the Santa Clarita Valley. The Santa Clarita Valley provides great services for seniors, and is an incredible place for people to grow older. Myles talks about how sometimes, seniors don’t want to leave their homes to get increased care services, and that’s where he comes in to help. Comfort Keepers In-Home Care Services provides care services that many people give thanks for each and every day. If you or a loved one is in need of additional in-home senior care services, do not hesitate to reach out to Myles and ask for the help you or a loved one may need.

Listen in as Barbara Cochran and Dr. Gene Dorio talk to Robin Clough, Suzanne Nelson, and Myles McNamara to talk about giving thanks this holiday season.

About The Senior Hour:

Barbara Cochran has been a resident of the Santa Clarita Valley for over 40 years and has spent much of that time volunteering with and creating a variety of organizations. The 1983 SCV Woman of the Year brings senior news to you every week on your Hometown Station.

Gene Dorio, M.D. has practiced Internal Medicine in the SCV since 1988. A member of the medical staff at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, he is very active in local senior affairs.

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The Senior Hour – Giving Thanks – November 20, 2019

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About Shane Cutchall

Born and raised in Canyon Country, Shane graduated from Canyon High School in 2012. A year away from obtaining a Communication B.A. from CSU Bakersfield, Shane joins the KHTS staff to board-op and KHTS Sports Reporter.