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Crow's Feet Podcast
Crow's Feet Podcast
Crow's Feet

Getting older is not for the faint-hearted, but aging also brings wisdom and humor, a finely-tuned perspective on life. In the Crow's... more

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Each of Us Deserves to Feel Better: Encouraging words from a shrink specializing in elders

Low mood is a common symptom for older adults, often a response to pain, loss, or changes in their lives.... more

24 Jul 2024 · 28 minutes
A Crow's Feet Extra: On the front lines of kidney miracles

Here's a companion piece to our latest episode featuring a kidney donor in her fifties and a two-time kidney recipient.... more

19 Jul 2024 · 6 minutes
Demystifying the Myths Behind Being a Kidney Donor (Hint: Age isn’t a factor)

Kidney disease is a silent killer that affects more people than breast and prostate cancer. While fatal for many, others... more

10 Jul 2024 · 27 minutes
Finally Celebrated: Esther Newton’s Journey from Outlier to LGBTQ+ Icon

A fitting quest for Pride Month, Esther Newton's personal and professional struggles mirror sixty years of LGBTQ+ history. In the... more

26 Jun 2024 · 28 minutes
The Book of Dads – A Crow’s Feet Tribute to Father’s Day

Forget the necktie and the tool box. Our gift to you this Father’s Day is a book…The Book of Dads,... more

12 Jun 2024 · 30 minutes
Memorial Day: A Solemn Salute to Those Who Sacrificed for Our Freedom

Memorial Day is a solemn day of remembrance dedicated to honoring and mourning the military personnel who have died in... more

22 May 2024 · 18 minutes
A Bouquet of Mother's Day Memories from a Grateful Generation

Each of us has a unique narrative about our mothers. They can be positive,negative, and everything in between.In this episode,... more

08 May 2024 · 26 minutes
Aging Artfully – How Painting, Writing, and Other Creative Pursuits Can Transform Your Later Years

Grandma Moses started painting seriously at 78. Norman Maclean published his first novel, A River Runs Through It, at 74.... more

24 Apr 2024 · 28 minutes
Lyn Slater, the Accidental Icon, Reinvents Herself

At 61, Lyn Slater, a seasoned social welfare professional and social work academic at Fordham University, combined her passions for... more

10 Apr 2024 · 28 minutes
Where Will You Call Home? Housing Options for Elders and Their Loved Ones

Join host Jan M Flynn in conversation with Kira Reginato as they explore the issue of where it makes the... more

27 Mar 2024 · 38 minutes
Crow's Feet Podcast
Each of Us Deserves to Feel Better: Encouraging words from a shrink specializing in elders
Crow's Feet Podcast