Public Radio Appearance: Options for Seniors Who Cannot Live Alone

Public Radio Appearance: Options for Seniors Who Cannot Live Alone

 

Senior Care Kansas City MO - Public Radio Appearance: Options for Seniors Who Cannot Live Alone

Senior Care Kansas City MO – Public Radio Appearance: Options for Seniors Who Cannot Live Alone

 

By Kevin Edwards, President

 

Kevin Edwards, owner of Elder Care of Kansas City, and Jill Allin from Village Shalom appeared as guests on the second ½ hour segment of KCUR 89.3 FM’s Up to Date program on Friday, September 7, 2018. The segment, entitled Options for Seniors Who Cannot Live Alone, addressed options for seniors who need personal care assistance. The segment begins at the 23:09 mark of the podcast (the first ½ hour addressed the Meth Epidemic in Missouri).

 

Here are the links to the replay:
http://www.kcur.org/post/seg-1-missouri-still-center-meth-seg-2-options-seniors-who-cannot-live-alone

 

The link to the recording is: https://cpa.ds.npr.org/kcur/audio/2018/09/UTD_9-7-2018.mp3

 

If you or an aging loved-one are considering Senior Care Services in the Kansas City MO area, please contact the caring staff at Elder Care of Kansas City, today. Proudly serving Jackson, Clay, Platte and Cass Counties in Missouri as well as Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in Kansas for over 30 years. Call us at 816-333-3322.

 

Kevin Edwards, President

Kevin Edwards, President

 

Kevin’s life and the lives of his immediate family have been impacted by caregivers – either as a patient or a caregiver – for as long as he can remember. He watched his mother take care of his grandmother until her death at the age of 97. Five years later, his father passed from a neurological disorder that was subsequently confirmed as Lewy Body Dementia. In 2007, his wife, Lori, was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. The symptoms of Lori’s disease required Kevin to hire a caregiver during the periods of her relapses.

 

Prior to purchasing Elder Care, Kevin spent over 20 years in the health insurance industry. In his most recent position, he was in a financial operations role with Humana where he worked with doctors, nurses and other health professionals developing programs to keep Humana members healthy. Their focus on primary care and medication adherence improved the lives of thousands of seniors in Kansas City and the surrounding area.

 

Kevin and his wife, Lori, have three children. Kevin has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from the University of Missouri.