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Welcome to “ANGST: A Coming of Age Podcast!” Adults Never Get Stupid Teens but we'll help them try, one story at a time. Join longtime friends Dan, Keith, and Caitlin every other Tuesday, as they dissect coming of age tales via movies, television, video games, and more! While this is primarily an audio podcast, it is also available at YouTube.com/DoingOK with some fun visual gags. Send us your feedback and story suggestions via twitter @DoingOKvideo or email us at doingokvideo@gmail.com. Tha ...
 
Welcome to Coming of Age: Meeting the needs of our ageing population, a podcast about how we can better support our seniors. The current challenges facing long-term care have never been more imperative. By 2050, the number of seniors per 100 working-age people will nearly triple to 58 in 2060. We need to look to the future now, so we can effectively prepare to care for our ageing population, build proper infrastructure, and transform the sector to respond to the changing needs of new residen ...
 
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The story of Peter Pan has been around for over a hundred years, and is well known as one of the most beloved children's tales of our culture. But how did author James Barrie's greatest tragedies inspire him to write it? What does it really have to say about getting older? And why is Peter not the character we should be focusing on? The answers to …
 
The transition to a long-term care setting can bring up a range of emotions for both a new resident and their care partners. The transition can produce feelings of anxiety and fear in seniors and is often the source of tremendous guilt and uncertainty for family members. In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna sits down with Deborah Bakti, a senior…
 
As the needs of seniors grow increasingly complex with time, technology will need to keep up the pace. In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna sits down with William Charnetski, PointClickCare’s Executive Vice President of Health Systems Solutions and Government Affairs. During this episode, they discuss some of the current system challenges in sen…
 
As the number of seniors in Canada continues growing exponentially, the continuum of care will need to expand to keep up. Our healthcare infrastructure, policies and long-term care system will need to evolve in response to the rise in demand for services and quality care. In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna sits down with Dr. Nathan Stall, a ge…
 
By 2030, Canada will be home to 9.5 million seniors, making up 23 percent of all Canadians. With the baby boom generation aging, the challenge of providing adequate seniors’ care in the future looms. Are we ready? In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna sits down with Laura Tamblyn Watts, the President and CEO of CanAge, Canada’s national advocacy …
 
More than two-thirds of the long-term care population in Canada is living with some form of dementia. Despite its prevalence, the disease still comes along with a strong stigma and many common misunderstandings. In this episode, Donna sits down with Dr. Rhonda Collins, the Chief Medical Officer at Revera, a company that owns and operates long-term …
 
Since the onset of the pandemic, the experience of the United Kingdom seniors’ care system paralleled Canada. In both countries, each challenge was met with new thinking – and solutions – to overcome them and protect our most vulnerable. So, what does that mean as we reimagine growing older, and the different types of supports required? In this epi…
 
Like Ontario, Australia has been grappling with long-standing systemic challenges in their seniors’ care system for decades. Australia is looking for innovative ways to reshape the system and improve care for its seniors, and there is much we can learn from each other as we work to make change on opposite ends of the world. In this episode of Comin…
 
As our senior population increases, there are a lot of questions around how we’re going to provide the care that the baby boom generation will need. Join OLTCA’s Donna Duncan in conversation with Dr. Bob Bell, former Deputy Minister of Health for Ontario, as they discuss what strategies can help to keep more seniors at home as they age, and why inc…
 
What can Canada learn about long-term care from other parts of the world? In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna sits down with Katie Smith Sloan, the Executive Director of The Global Ageing Network, an international network of leaders in seniors’ care. Donna and Katie discuss how other areas of the world have adapted to growing senior populations…
 
Lisa Raitt is the former Canadian Minister of Labour, working under the Stephen Harper administration. After her husband was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's, she made the decision to put him in a long-term care facility for the foreseeable future. In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna welcomes her to the show to discuss how she made her de…
 
Mental health and long-term care are deeply interwoven and during the COVID-19 pandemic, this has never been more evident. In our second episode, Donna interviews Adrienne Spafford, the former Senior Director, Strategy & Public Affairs at OLTCA. Adrienne is now CEO of Addictions and Mental Health Ontario, and on today's episode, the two discuss the…
 
It’s time for real change in long-term care. The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the shortcomings that the system has felt for decades and now, the public is ready for change. In our first episode, Donna sits down with Moira Welsh to discuss the current state of Canadian long-term care and what can be done to create the best possible experience for s…
 
In this episode, I interview Sylvia Morris, a freelance children's illustrator from Adelaide, currently working in Melbourne. You can find her work in the NSW Dept of Education School Magazine, and on the covers of the middle grade books The Grandest Bookshop in the World by Amelia Mellor, and The Detective's Guide to Ocean Travel by Nicki Greenber…
 
Coming of Age: Meeting the needs of our ageing population is launching on June 8th. Join Donna Duncan, the CEO of Ontario’s Long Term Care Association, as she discusses the current challenges that global long term care is facing with leaders, advocates, and policy makers to reimagine what the future of senior care will look like. With the spread of…
 
How did a Greek bishop from the third century become the jolly North Pole dwelling Christmas icon? Did Coca Cola really design his modern appearance? And is it okay to lie to kids about him? In this episode I tell the history of Saint Nicholas and how collective cultural traditions came together to give us the contemporary Santa Claus. I also discu…
 
Under what conditions do we learn best? In both fiction and real life, there is an argument to be made that greatness thrives under pressure, fear and adversity. I make the case for the ineffectiveness of such teaching methods, and reject the notion that sacrificing kindness is worth it to create a genius. This episode really serves as an introduct…
 
I talk about the development of 'Sesame Street', an iconic television show for preschoolers based on research by teachers and child psychologists. But how did it come about in the first place? Why is it set on a normal looking street? Why were there no female Muppets initially? And did it really sell its soul to HBO? I attempt to answer all these q…
 
In my first episode, I talk about the history of children's rights, the dismissive attitudes we often hold about the youth of today, and how a teenager's brain is doing some wild stuff. Content warning: discussing of child abuse. Twitter and Instagram: @comingofagecast Sources: History of child rights: https://www.unicef.org/child-rights-convention…
 
Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe." I FOUND MY TRIBE!!! The energy you put out is the energy you will get back in return. I believe in that 100% The only way to attract “your people” is to be yourself. If you are pretending to be someone that you’re not, you’re going to attract person who has nothing to offer you and who will not be real with you. Luck…
 
You can be the person who’s building someone up to be great by what you say/do or you could be Tearing someone down and walking over them . People have to realize that every action you make has a reaction. The question is whether the reaction is Positive or Negative. Just remember the same energy you put out in to the world, will come right back at…
 
No one can defeat your fears, but you. You have to be willing to do it. if you don't, you will have so many life regrets and then you will run out of time to follow you dreams. Do you want to leave this world with regrets, because of something you were afraid. I hope not. If this is really something you want to do, then do it!!! Stop making a excus…
 
Knowing your truth is the first step to finding your inner peace. Stop worrying about what people think about you and worry more about what you think of yourself.Today we are talking about Coming out stories with my family. You will hear from my older sister BJ, my friend Brian, my sister's partner Ashley, my mother Barbara and myself. There are so…
 
Welcome to a special episode of ANGST: A Coming of Age Podcast. This week Dan, Olga, and Clara discuss the first season of Netflix's "Chilling Adventures of Sabrina." Thanks for listening and please send any feedback to @DoingOKvideo on twitter.DoingOK による
 
Welcome to ANGST: A Coming of Age Podcast. This week Dan, Keith, Olga, and Caitlin discuss the modern horror classic, It Follows. Thanks for listening and please send any feedback to @DoingOKvideo on twitter.The music for the end card is "The Devil is a Sad Spirit" by James_Beaudreau and is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommer…
 
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