Seniors Series Explores Regional Resources June 8-11 on WQED-TV
WQED-TV's OnQ series on seniors: "Age Well, Age Wise."
What: WQED-TV's OnQ series on seniors: "Age Well, Age Wise"
Where: WQED-TV (13.1 digital) at 7:30 p.m. and Midnight and on WQED: The Create Channel (13.2 digital) at 12:30 p.m. (June 9-12)
When: M-Thurs., June 8-11
Monday, June 8:
What will this series cover? What are three things you can do to live longer? What health issues do seniors face? Find out on this premiere night of "Age Well, Age Wise"
Tuesday, June 9:
How does quality, independent living improve seniors' health? Learn about the resources available in our area that will help you to live independently.
Wednesday, June 10:
Where can seniors volunteer and get credits for gift cards? What gadgets are out there to improve the quality of life for seniors? What can you do if you are a senior who is having trouble taking care of a pet? OnQ tells you about great volunteer opportunities, new technologies and pet care options for seniors.
Thursday, June 11:
Planning for your retirement? What extra health insurance should you get? Let OnQ educate you about local companies and agencies that specialize in financial planning.
And we’ll open up the phone lines so you can talk to the experts, LIVE!
For more health related topics seen on WQED-TV go to: http://www.wqed.org/ondemand/onq.php
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