Sep 23, 2013
By Dale Goldhawk
11:15 am ET | Prof. Martin Prince
11:30 am ET | Les Kotzer
12:15 pm ET | Susan Eng
GUEST – Prof Martin Prince, Lead author of 2013 world Alzheimer report from the Global Observatory for Ageing and Dementia Care,
TOPIC – World Alzheimer Report 2013, HOSTED BY THE Health Service and Population Research Department, AT King’s College London
GUEST – Les Kotzer, Wills & Estates Lawyer, Fish & Associates
TOPIC – How to handle your personal effects after you pass.
INFO – Dealing with your personal effects in your will—your rugs , your rings, your porcelain dolls etc. Les will tell Zoomers about the minefields to be aware of and he will provide some strategies to consider.
GUEST – Susan Eng, VP Advocacy | CARP
TOPIC – Abilities, not age, are what truly matter in hiring. New research finds nearly half of all mature Canadians want to work beyond age 65. But they still encounter age discrimination.
INFO – New research reveals that nearly half of all mature workers want to continue working in some capacity beyond age 65, but employers need to do more to eliminate systemic age discrimination in their corporate culture.