Host Eleanor Bobrow interviews Julia Schopick, author of Honest Medicine; a book she wrote to help readers understand the need to investigate all treatment options for illness, so that we can better understand some remarkable, yet often overlooked, therapies that can improve our lives.
Host Eleanor Bobrow interviews Kim Schaffer and James Williams of Community Bike Works, a program that provides inner-city and at-risk children with meaningful work-ethic alternatives to gangs, drugs and the street.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with David Mendlewski, head of The Hillside School in Macungie. The school is dedicated to serving students who have language-based learning disabilities and is designed to provide a structure to develop a sense of self-worth and self-respect, along with preparing students for college and beyond.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Marisa Leaser, Executive Director of Traditions of Hanover At Home, speech pathologist Janis Greim, and physical therapist Maureen Rinda about dementia; what it means and how to care for those who might begin to show signs of the disease.
On tonight’s program, host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Dr. Bruce Ellsweig, Medical Director of Lehigh Valley Health Network Hospice about caring for veterans living with complex and life changing issues.
Host Eleanor Bobrow talks with Eva Grayzel, author of the Talk4Hope Family book series. Eva wrote the books to help children understand cancer, learn skills to deal with their fears and communicate their feelings with family members