A Dialogue with VOICE 1/21/2015

One challenge facing many of Florida’s seniors is how to get out and about once they can no longer drive. Kimber Threet Saint-Preux, Executive Director for ITNOrlando, Independent Transportation Network, will be in studio to share how ITNOrlando, with the help of local volunteers, is focused to meet these transportation needs.
 

A Dialogue with VOICE 1/7/2015

Tune in to A Dialogue with VOICE on Rollins WPRK 91.5 fm, Wednesday morning, 9am-10am. The topic will be Lifelong Learning.

Lifelong learning is the “ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated” pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. The Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning (RCLL) offers a number of innovative programs aligned with the college’s guiding principles of excellence, innovation and community, all designed for adults age 50+.
 

A Dialogue with VOICE 12/9/2014

Tune in to A Dialogue with VOICE on Rollins WPRK 91.5 fm, Wednesday morning, 9am-10am. The topic will be Technology and the Senior: Part 1

Our grandchildren’s pictures are shared through Facebook, not photo albums; everyone is tweeting and technology keeps changing rapidly. Technology can be scary, but is something we all have to become comfortable and familiar with, in all parts of our lives. It’s no longer a luxury, but a necessity and there are so many reasons to embrace it.
 

A Dialogue with VOICE 12/3/2014

Tune in to A Dialogue with VOICE on Rollins WPRK 91.5 fm, Wednesday morning, 9am-10am. The topic will be The Health Benefit of Movement.

What effect does movement have on health? What type of movement and how much? What effect does movement have on Parkinson’s? What about Diabetes?

Professor Robin Wilson has worked extensively in dance. Her training includes expertise in the Limon technique through work with original member of the Jose Limon Company, Bill Hug; LUIGI (NYC); and the Alvin Ailey School (NYC). She co-teaches Dance for Parkinson’s Disease in coordination with the Parkinson Outreach Center at Florida Hospital and will speak of her experience on the benefit of movement for Parkinson’s patients.

Dr. Robert Sherry has directed and choreographed over 100 musicals, plays, industrial shows, and concert dance works in professional and academic settings. Along with teaching employment law in the Master of Human Resources (MHR) program at Rollins, he is a member of the Board of Directors for the National Parkinson’s Foundation (NPF) Central Florida Chapter. He too will expound upon the ways movement can help one live a healthier life.

Also, Erika Spence from the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce will stop by with information on events scheduled in Winter Park this Holiday Season.