Alana Kalinowski manages the Community Outreach Program at 2-1-1 San Diego. 2-1-1 San Diego is a resource and information hub that connects people with community, health and disaster services through a free, 24/7 stigma-free confidential phone service and searchable on line database.
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Bill bought a Miata for $107. That's right. He purchased a Miata for $107. You'll have to listen to the episode to find out how, but let's just say that he is an expert at playing with cars. He is in a group of sport car enthusiasts who doing things like race in parking lots and drive up windy roads in the mountains to get some pie at the Julian Pie Company. He and his friends are constantly playing with cars.
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Steve Petterson retired and then started working part time as a caregiver. He tells us how he's gained compassion over that time.
Steve has been a caregiver for the last three years. He provides seniors non-medical services so the senior clients can stay at home. He also works part time in Sales/Marketing for seniors and been doing this for 3 months now. He talks about the daily challenges of working with people who have dementia and how it takes patience and loving kindness.
Steve told us a couple of stories. To hear the stories, be sure to listen to the show. To read more, go HERE.
Geri Afshari is a musician and plays the Paraguayan harp professionally, travels extensively and lived in Iran, is a writer/editor/photographer, a lay counselor, a life-long activist, an avid SUP paddler, and hunts sea glass for her sea glass mosaic artwork. She is also retired from working because she has to for money. What a great place to be!
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