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The Senior Focus is moving to WCRN starting April, 2 2012. As host of The Senior Focus, I can be heard every Monday at 11:00 AM on WCRN – True Talk — 830 AM. I focus on issues that are of concern to the senior population. Every Monday, helpful information is broadcast that helps people in various areas of their lives. It is a live show and listeners are encouraged to not only tune in and listen, but to call in with any questions they have. A listener can call the show and get free advice that they would otherwise be forced to pay handsomely for. The telephones at the station should ring off the hook during every show, every Monday. Listeners should take advantage of this wonderful resource.

SO STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 2, 2012, THE SENIOR FOCUS, CAN BE HEARD EVERY MONDAY AT 11:00 AM ON WCRN – TRUE TALK — 830 AM.

Also, The Senior Focus is on Charter TV3! Every Wednesday at 2:00 PM, immediately before The Jordan Levy Show, a full hour of The Senior Focus can be seen. This broadcast is NOT, I repeat not, a repeat of the Monday radio show. So I encourage you all to watch the Wednesday television program every week. Again, a full hour of The Senior Focus can be seen throughout the Charter Communications network every Wednesday at 2:00 PM, immediately before The Jordan Levy Show.

I also encourage you to visit the website at edlalaw.com. There are a multitude of free community events that you can take advantage of. For instance, Elder & Disability Law Advocates is presenting four (4) symposia at The College of the Holy Cross. The symposium coming up most recently is called “Living Well With Cancer.” The event is a free community event. Free parking and lunch is included. Free raffles are held. Many exhibitors provide information on different community services that are available. You are encouraged to visit the website at edlalaw.com to find out about these events. Whether you need information on cancer, heart disease, arthritis and joint replacement, or Alzheimer’s Disease, you are strongly encouraged to either visit edlalaw.com, or call 508-755-6525 for more information.

After all, you know what they say:
Knowledge is Power!