Houston Matters Show Post 2019

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Thursday’s Show: Helping The Elderly Amid COVID-19, And The Psychological Effects Of Quarantine (March 19, 2020)

Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Helping the elderly during the COVID-19 crisis, the psychological effects of quarantine, our annual Houston Matters Spelling Bee, and how painting skills landed John Douglas on stage with ZZ Top and Aerosmith.

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Eating Disorders: They’re Not Just a Young Person’s Problem

Posted on · While those suffering from an eating disorder are stereotyped as young, there's another population that also suffers: the elderly. Amanda Holben is a registered and licensed dietitian and owner of Fork in the Road Nutrition Counseling. She tells producer Maggie Martin eating disorders don't just impact any one age group. MORE: Eating Disorders: The Misconceptions […]

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Greater Houston Transportation Program Helps Elderly & Disabled

Posted on · Harris County Rides helps provide on-demand transportation for the elderly and disabled. It provided about 75,000 trips in 2015. News 88.7 transportation reporter Gail Delaughter talked about the service with Vernon Chambers, the assistant director of Harris County’s Office of Transit Services.

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Caring for An Elderly Loved One Takes a Toll on Family Members

Posted on · We recently had a conversation about dealing with and preventing elder abuse here in Houston. But elder abuse is just one of many challenges facing the growing population of seniors and the loved ones often tasked with caring for them. So, on this edition of Houston Matters, we discuss some of the broader challenges of […]

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