Bringing Hope to Stroke and Parkinson's Patients
Beth Lawrence, Founder of Viva La Voice
As a renowned singer and vocal expert, Phoenix resident Beth Lawrence
has performed and written music around the world, entertained with major celebrities and has produced 12 award winning CD's. Along the way, she discovered a critical need for vocal training for individuals suffering from serious medical conditions.
The Lawrence Vocal System
helps to restore impaired voices and works to renew and promote healthy, powerful communication skills in stroke and Parkinson's patients.
According to Lawrence, "Vocal and Music Therapy helps individuals regain their confidence and enthusiasm." The social aspect of group sessions is also a powerful benefit for seniors who may be living in isolation.
Along with private and group vocal lessons, she teaches "Singing for Health"
classes and develops and facilitates corporate educational and team-building workshops. She also coaches professionals on how to improve their presentation skills.
For more information, interested parties can call Lawrence at (800) 567-1718,
contact her via Email
or visit the Website
. Online course are also available.
Licensed Medicare Specialist
Allstar Financial Group.
"Turning 65 and Confused What to Do?"
Thursday, February 28
10429 S. 51th Street,
Phoenix, AZ 85044
Free to the Public
SPACE IS LIMITED
For the full event calendar or to RSVP
(480) 221-6964 email@example.com
Ahwatukee Community Network Meeting
Forum on the Sandy Hook Tragedy & School Violence
Tuesday, March 19th
Mountain Park Senior Living
4475 E. Knox Road
Phoenix, AZ 85044
Open to the Public
Call (602) 541-7440
Call for Presenters/Sponsors Senior Advocacy Group of Ahwatukee (SAGA)
Education and Resources for Seniors and Adult Children
November 2, 2013
Pecos Community Center
17010 S. 48th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85048
FOR INFORMATION -
Food for Thought
(And Quality of Life)
Experience Nutrition Teaching Older Adults Healthy Tips for Optimal Health
In addition to her busy class schedule, Albert provides "one on one" nutritional coaching to
retired Arizona Cardinal's players.
According to Melanie Albert,
sound nutrition and healthy cooking is a "must" for seniors in order to improve digestion, boost energy and the immune system and reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes and even dementia.
In addition to
her role as International
Health Coach for The Institute of Integrative Nutrition TM
and consultant to health "guru" Andrew Weil, MD
, Melanie was the Official Wellness Partner for Retired NFL Alumni
in 2011. She has been helping people of all ages to improve their quality of life for over a decade.
Melanie's Top Three Healthy Eating Tips
1) Eat whole foods which are simply prepared.
2) Hydrate with water, green tea and coconut water.
3) Enjoy shopping, preparing and eating meals with your family and friends.
Albert is available for speaking engagements and teaches cooking classes at various locations around Phoenix and for private groups.
You can "Experience Nutrition"
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
2955 West Ray Road
Chandler, AZ 85224
For more information and the event schedule, visit her Website
, contact her via Email
or follow her on Facebook for easy tips and recipes.
Use My Guy Services a "Labor of Love" for Valley Couple
Award-Winning Handyman Service is a Triumph for Owners after Lay-Off
Like so many in today's turbulent economy, John Bunyard was laid-off from his contracting job in 2009.
With 7 children and a tough job market, John and wife Connie decided to follow their "passion" and founded Use My Guy Services in 2010. Created on the concept of "excellent work at a fair price," the home repair company, headquartered in Queen Creek, is now servicing happy customers throughout the Valley.
With a growing list of clients and family members (their son recently wed), Use My Guy Services is providing quality remodeling and handyman services throughout the Valley including home safety modifications to Seniors and those with disabilities.
John and Connie Bunyard
Use My Guy Services
The couple celebrated their 31st Wedding Anniversary this past December and was recently recognized as the "Emerging Business of the Year"
by the Queen Creek Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Queen Creek.
According to Connie, Use My Guy "turns your honey-do list into a honey-done list."To schedule service or for more information, call (602) 316-9187, Email or visit their Website
You can also TEXT:
usemyguy to 90210
About the Senior Advocate
The Senior Advocate Newsletter
was created to help seniors, caregivers and families locate important local resources and events and to promote worthy small businesses in our community.Special Note:
Please take a moment to visit the website of Wounded Warriors.
This local nonprofit was started by Anthony Ameen, a Phoenix native and military veteran gravely injured in Afghanistan. His innovative program is helping wounded combat veterans across the county. If you have a specific need related to a senior or caregiver, announcement, resource question or would like to be featured in this newsletter, Email Us or call (602) 466-3333.
Thank you for your support.