Podcast for older adults to launch this month

Podcasts are the new “talk radio.” The host and guest(s) have open discussion on topics from A-Z. A unique “video podcast” focused on topics for people 55+ will begin broadcasting this month from the theater at the Westlake Community Services Center, 28975 Hilliard Blvd. The series will begin with some prepared subjects, but the plan is to incorporate members and community to participate in discussions making it their own.

The pilot episode will kick off on Friday, Feb. 18, at 11 a.m., featuring the Virtual Brain Health Center. Learn the basics to understand how now is the time for brain health. Leave with practical tips and resources to support your optimal brain care. Dr. Krystal L. Culler, DBH, MA and LeAnne Stuver, M.Ed., BSN will take you on their journey to creating this virtual resource that is beneficial for all ages.

There will be limited seats available in the theater, but you can also watch the live video stream on a YouTube channel as it happens. Both live and remote audiences can ask questions of the guest speaker. The live stream will have a “chat feature” where you can type questions. No reason to miss out, if you are not available for the live presentation, the video will be available to watch on demand long after the event.

Covid protocols will permit a limited audience and masks are mandatory (stay connected to the Community Services Department as protocols can always change). To secure a reservation for a seat at this event, please contact the Westlake Community Services Center at 440-899-3544.

Cheryl Shaver

I'm a small business owner producing video content for seniors, focused on inter-generational.

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Volume 14, Issue 3, Posted 10:13 AM, 02.01.2022