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Esta es una prueba de mi primer podcast, esperando poder agradar a las personas que me escuchen. Tengo un sin fin de experiencias que compartir, compartir como pude cambiar la visión de vida que tenía tan equivocada, esa idea que me causaban tanto miedo.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/norma-cota/message…
 
How would fast food restaurants rate on an E-sports tier list? Poetry night with the Cotangents. Bear Brylls teaches interns the dangers of the wild. Interact with us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/cotangents/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/heyitscotangents/. We need human contact. Thank you Izioq https://izioq.bandcamp.com/track/my-…
 
Why are aliens jerks? Kelyn reveals a list that he created long ago with a strange category. Why do we wear Pajamas? Real people...real life stories...stirring, dramatic accounts of hopelessness, and the absurdity that changes everything. UNTANGIFIED! Interact with us on Facebook and Instagram. We need human contact. Thank you Izioq for making grea…
 
This weeks’ Radio COTA Podcast is, sadly, the final episode in the current series. Our special guest this week is Dr Catherine Barrett, Director of Celebrate Ageing and Curator of The Museum of Love .. Dr Barrett has been a tireless and focused campaigner over more than 30 years for challenging ageism, and promoting respect for older people.We also…
 
This week Radio COTA dives deep into the very important topic of ‘Enduring Powers of Attorney’ .. In this Special Focus Feature, we discuss …• The importance of making an informed choice about an EPA, implications of not having one and assuming family can act for you.• The difference between a will (and other documents) and an EPA.• The importance …
 
This week on Radio COTA, we bring you a double dose of important information. We kick off with our Interview with Professor Nancy Pahana from the University of Queensland, and learn all about the “Sustainability Champions” Program that she heads up at UQ .. And then, little later in the show, we’re joined by Clare Barker from Redland City Council, …
 
In this episode we are joined by Alison Brooke, National Executive Officer Relationships Australia. Alison speaks with us about Neighbour Day and the importance of keeping in touch. Many people lead lonely lives in their homes, and just a little bit of contact can make a big difference. So … make yourself a cuppa, put your feet up, and enjoy all th…
 
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day is commemorated each year on June 15th. It’s an annual international United Nations observance day which aims to focus global attention on the problem of the abuse of elders, and highlight one of the worst manifestations of ageism and inequality in our society, Elder Abuse.As our global population of older people con…
 
This week on Radio COTA, we continue with the conclusion of our Special coinciding with National Palliative Care Week, addressing the need for Australians to plan ahead for their end-of-life care, and to start the conversation and discuss it with their loved ones and health professionals. Palliative Care is for people of any age who have been told …
 
It’s National Palliative Care Week from May 20th to the 26th, and this year with the theme, “What Matters Most ?”, the annual event raises awareness and understanding about Palliative Care in the Australian Community, and addresses the need for Australians to plan ahead for their end-of-life care and discuss it with their loved ones and health prof…
 
This week is National Volunteer Week for 2018, an annual celebration acknowledging the generous contribution of our nation’s Volunteers.This year the theme for National Volunteer Week is … “Give a little … Change a lot” …. This theme represents the selfless work of millions of Volunteers who make a profound impact in their communities and on societ…
 
This week Radio COTA focuses on National Scams Awareness Week, the annual awareness-raising week run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).This year, Scams Awareness Week runs from 21 – 25 May and Australians are urged to be on the lookout for threat-based impersonation scams by taking a moment to ask ‘is this for real?’ … Th…
 
In recent years, it seems more than ever before, there has been a lot of talk about the issues associated with Australia's ageing population, and particularly how older unemployed people are finding it harder to find work. This week, we’re looking into the issues faced by mature aged workers and job-seekers, often having to overcome ageism and disc…
 
It’s a double whammy ‘recognition episode’ coming your way this week … It’s Anzac Day, and we’re joined by Australian Major General (retired) Senator Jim Molan, who joins us from his hospital bed to share with us what Anzac Day means to him.Also this week, we’re recognising and celebrating the World Health Organisations “World Immunisation Week” … …
 
As promised, we’ve given YOU the opportunity to ASK THE EXPERT, putting YOUR questions directly to the expert guest in our interview chair !This week on Radio COTA, we’re putting your questions concerning Energy and Water to our experts. First up, we speak with Robyn Robinson, COTA Queensland’s Energy Policy Advisor and Energy Advocate who gives us…
 
From the 16th to the 22nd of April, 2018, it’s National Advance Care Planning Week, and in recognition of this, Radio COTA Podcast # 99 encourages all Australians, regardless of their current health status to make their future health care preferences known. The initiative challenges people to start conversations with loved ones about what living we…
 
It's a desperately sad fact that every day in Australia, one man over the age of 65 takes their own life. One focus group has been at the forefront of stemming these rates in regional communities and rural areas .. Radio Radio COTA Podcast # 98 looks into the forgotten generation that is older men. We speak with Louise Adcock, the Manager of The Ol…
 
Our Seniors represent some of the most vulnerable members of our community. Unfortunately financial abuse of Seniors is a very real and major problem and, sadly, it often happens at the hands of close friends or family. The good news is that help IS available !Radio COTA Podcast # 97 focuses on the Seniors Legal Advice and Support Service, an initi…
 
We turn our attention to the United Nations declared International Day of Happiness, focusing on what defines happiness, and looking at what we can all do to bring more of it into our own lives, and also into the lives of others .. each and every day.The theme for this years’ day is “Share Happiness” and focuses on the importance of relationships, …
 
Music has been proven over time to have remarkable healing qualities, particularly for older people and for people living with dementia.We’re excited to bring you not one, but two special guests this week … First up, we chat with Bridgit Hogan, the Executive Officer of the Australian Music Therapy Association. Bridgit talks about the history of the…
 
Music has been called the “Language of Love” as well as the “International Language”. In addition to that, music has been proven over time to have remarkable healing qualities, particularly for older people and for people living with dementia.Our special guest this week is Sally Cooper. Sally is a qualified Music Therapy practitioner with a Masters…
 
Chronic Pain is truly one of the most urgent issues our society needs to address, and deal with. When the experts, (as they have), start calling it a phenomena of “epidemic proportions”, it’s a truly concerning reality ! Chronic pain management or treatment differs from person to person, and because pain is subjective, locating and diagnosing the p…
 
This Episode, entitled “You Are Not Alone”, examines the prevalence, and life changing effects that Chronic Pain has on so many of us in our 21st century society, and focuses on the ways assistance and support can be easily found for those who suffer with this debilitating disorder.Chronic Pain is truly one of the biggest and most urgent issues we …
 
We begin a new series that explores the dramatic increase in the prevalence of Chronic Pain, and specifically how it affects the lives of as many as 1 in 3 people over the age of 65. In this week’s show, we explore some of the lesser known facts and statistics in “CHRONIC PAIN – (Part 1) THE PAINFUL TRUTH.”It’s very hard to apply a specific descrip…
 
This week, Radio COTA Podcast Episode # 90 continues with Part 2 of our Feature on “INTERGENERATIONAL CARE ~ A WIN / WIN SITUATION”We look at the benefits of increased social inclusion, providing mechanisms for strengthening the connections for people who may have become, for whatever reason, isolated from their communities to some degree.Our speci…
 
Whilst not necessarily a new thing, the concept of bringing older people together with the very young under the one roof to share their time, experiences and stories, could well revolutionise how we look after our most vulnerable.Clearly, there are many very real benefits for both the young and the old within this model of care and learning, and re…
 
For many of us, taking the decision to give up working altogether and go head long into retirement is similar to ending a long and valued relationship. Saying goodbye to something that’s been a major part of our lives for the greater part of our lives is a truly momentous and life-changing decision and commitment. For some, it’s a commitment that w…
 
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