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Ageless Radio Jan 28: Financial Advice on Inflation; Technology in Libraries; Project Lifesaver
Wilmington Trust VP on living with inflation and low investment yields; libraries use and control of public access computers and other technology; Project Lifesaver, a non-profit with radio frequency bracelets to track the memory-impaired.
Chief Gene Saunders is founder of Project Lifesaver International, a non-profit that assists families with cognitively impaired members. The organization provides radio frequency bracelets that give families peace of mind to track memory-impaired loved ones. Project Lifesaver was founded more than 12 years ago by Chief Saunders. He retired as Captain of the Chesapeake Police Department in 2001 after 33 years of service. He has trained with numerous SWAT Teams around the nation including the Navy Seals. Additionally, Chief has authored numerous articles for health and trade magazines and has appeared for interviews on local, national, and international radio and television networks. He is an active member of many organizations such as the ICAP-The International Association of Chiefs of Police, LEAD -Leaders Engaged on Alzheimer's Disease and is on the Board of The Alzheimer's Foundation. In 2011, Chief was awarded by William Shatner the "Moving America Forward Award". In the interview on the 28th, Saunders will explain the radio frequency bracelets for dementia and Alzheimer's disease patients. Project Lifesaver can be found at www.projectlifesaver.org and on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Karen Reichardt is a technology expert at Live Oak Public Libraries, the public library system serving Chatham, Effingham and Liberty Counties with 18 library branches in beautiful coastal Georgia. Live Oak Public Libraries hosts the Savannah Children’s Book Festival, which draws more than 35,000 people to Forsyth Park in downtown Savannah. Reichardt will explain how libraries have evolved with user-friendly technology. She will also discuss with Ageless Radio hosts the implications of privacy and control over public access computers. More information can be found at www.liveoakpl.org.
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