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"sylvia green" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

04:52 min | 3 months ago

"sylvia green" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Fading memories today with my name is Sylvia green, and she is going to be talking to us about a topic that I know nothing about. This is a good one to chat about all things Medicaid and I told her I remember to call Medicaid and Medi-Cal, so thank you for coming on and filling this on in on everything. We need to know about Medicaid. Thank you Jennifer for having me on excited. So you have a company that deals specifically in Medicaid services. So you want to start there or I'm not even sure where's a good place to start definitely wage? Yeah. Yeah. So sensible senior planning. We are a Medicaid planning service and we assist individuals and seniors and their loved ones with the Medicaid planning process and the actual Medicaid application process. So as soon as heard the process can be quite challenging. Yes it is, you know, definitely a lot of documentation that's required a lot of money that's required so that you know, what documentation is required and you know what to do with assets what you can do what you should do. You know what your options are so dead it is it is a process that is very daunting, especially when you're not a professional at it or like dealing with people like I just I don't deal well with banks off. Service companies any of those regulated type things. It's just I don't know what it is. I have like a visceral reaction to minutes on hold and I'm just like losing my mind off that stuff up to my husband, which is much better. Yeah, so I know a lot of people get to a position where they're taking care of a parent and the parent needs to go into a care home for one reason or another and they have some assets but not a lot or I know for example, there's a gal in my support group who feels that her husband would benefit for a care home, but they can't afford it and she obviously would like to continue living in her home. So these are kind of I'm sure things that you deal with every single day. I don't know if that's a good place to start the conversation is Lee. Definitely so there is a big misconception that if you know for someone to get onto Medicaid Medicaid is going to take off. All of their money and that's not the case. The case is in order to be eligible for Medicaid. Of course the numbers that I'm going to throw out are different and every state but will say Most states need in order to be eligible for Medicaid your assets. So liquidated assets non-liquid assets, you know can't exceed $2,000. Now, there are exceptions in many states you a lot of own a one car and you're allowed to own a house if you're anticipating to return so that's you know, when everyone hears and you know again, it's it's well then Medicaid is going to take a lot of money..

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"sylvia green" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"sylvia green" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Fading memories today with me is sylvia green and she is going to be talking to us about a kick. I know nothing about this is a good one. To chat about things medicaid. I told her. I have to remember to call medicated. Not medical so thank you for coming on and philly lewis in on everything. We need to know about medicaid. Thank you jennifer for. Having me on excited atom you have a company that deals specifically in medicaid services. So they want to start there. Or i'm not even sure where it's a good place to start. Definitely yes yes. So tenable senior planning. We are medicaid planning service and we assist individuals and seniors and their loved ones with the medicaid planning process and the actual medicaid application process. So senator the process can be quite challenging. Yes it is. You know definitely a lot of documentation that's required on a lot of knowledge that's required so that you know what documentations wired and you know what to do with assets what you can do what you should do. You know what your options are so definitely it is. It is a process. That is very daunting. Especially when you're not a professional at it or like dealing with people like i just i don't deal well with banks insurance companies any of those regulated type. Things is just what it is. I have like a visceral reaction two minutes on hold. And i'm just like losing my mind that stuff up to my husband which is much better. Yes so you know. A lot of people get to a position where taking care of a parent and the parent needs to go into a care home for one reason or another and they have some assets. But not a lot or i know for example. There's a gal in my support group. Who feels that. Her husband would benefit for care home but they can't afford it and she obviously would like to continue living in her home so these are kind of. I'm sure things that you deal with every single day. I don't know if that's a good place to start the conversely definitely so there's a big misconception that if you know for someone to get onto medicaid medicaid is gonna take all of their money and that's not the case. The case is in order to be eligible for medicaid. Of course the numbers. And i'm gonna throw out are different in every state but we'll say most states in order to be eligible for medicaid your assets so liquidated assets non. Look with you that assets you know can't exceed two thousand dollars now. There are exceptions in many states. You're ladder on one car and you allowed only house if you are anticipating to return..

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"sylvia green" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"sylvia green" Discussed on Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

"Today with me is sylvia green and she is going to be talking to us about a kick. I know nothing about this is a good one. To chat about things medicaid. I told her. I have to remember to call medicated. Not medical so thank you for coming on and philly lewis in on everything. We need to know about medicaid. Thank you jennifer for. Having me on excited atom you have a company that deals specifically in medicaid services. So they want to start there. Or i'm not even sure where it's a good place to start. Definitely yes yes. So tenable senior planning. We are medicaid planning service and we assist individuals and seniors and their loved ones with the medicaid planning process and the actual medicaid application process. So senator the process can be quite challenging. Yes it is. You know definitely a lot of documentation that's required on a lot of knowledge that's required so that you know what documentations wired and you know what to do with assets what you can do what you should do. You know what your options are so definitely it is. It is a process. That is very daunting. Especially when you're not a professional at it or like dealing with people like i just i don't deal well with banks insurance companies any of those regulated type. Things is just what it is. I have like a visceral reaction two minutes on hold. And i'm just like losing my mind that stuff up to my husband which is much better.

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MediCaid & You - All You Need to Know

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

01:40 min | 3 months ago

MediCaid & You - All You Need to Know

"Today with me is sylvia green and she is going to be talking to us about a kick. I know nothing about this is a good one. To chat about things medicaid. I told her. I have to remember to call medicated. Not medical so thank you for coming on and philly lewis in on everything. We need to know about medicaid. Thank you jennifer for. Having me on excited atom you have a company that deals specifically in medicaid services. So they want to start there. Or i'm not even sure where it's a good place to start. Definitely yes yes. So tenable senior planning. We are medicaid planning service and we assist individuals and seniors and their loved ones with the medicaid planning process and the actual medicaid application process. So senator the process can be quite challenging. Yes it is. You know definitely a lot of documentation that's required on a lot of knowledge that's required so that you know what documentations wired and you know what to do with assets what you can do what you should do. You know what your options are so definitely it is. It is a process. That is very daunting. Especially when you're not a professional at it or like dealing with people like i just i don't deal well with banks insurance companies any of those regulated type. Things is just what it is. I have like a visceral reaction two minutes on hold. And i'm just like losing my mind that stuff up to my husband which is much better.

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"sylvia green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:22 min | 8 months ago

"sylvia green" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of the schmaltzy podcast. We're talking about Hanukkah. Recipes and traditions are lines or 6464357280, or you can tweet to us, Rebecca on, Twitter said. I left my manure at my parents house when I moved out, so I'm planning to make an edible minera out of holla. That's interesting. Let's go. Jean Online eight calling in from Brooklyn hygiene, Thanks for calling all of it. Hi. Can you hear me? Here? You great? You're on the air. Okay, Um So I converted to Judaism and I really missed having a Christmas tree and my husband would not allow me to call it a Hanukkah bush. So, um, we started to tradition. Making AH Hanukkah box, which is a large box that we paint a large Goldman Nora on and we decorate with all kinds of decorations, and we put our presence inside of it, and it was very delightful for the Children. Every year T c all the presents piling up in the box and to decorate the box and it's been a nice custom in our house. Thank you for sharing your family story. Appreciate it. And then I do want to ask you about your podcasts. Malti podcast because you'd tell stories about the intersection of food and identity and storytelling and yours. Latest episode is lovely and a little bit of a heartbreaker, too. Mm. And lovely, mostly lovely with Chef on general is Newmark about how making lockers with her family will always remind her of her daughter, who she lost, Who passed away. Here's a clip in the episode where Liz remembers. Being dragged to mate. Lasky is in the middle of night with Sylvia and her son, Sam. Little Sylvia's green eyes lit up. And she looks at me and she says, Why don't we make a lot goes right now, and we can eat him with Apple sauce. Okay, So let me tell you about lot because of my family. It's not a special event food. It is not just for Monica. It's kind of like peanut butter and jelly. But it's not because peanut butter and jelly is really quick lockers is you need all the ingredients and it makes a mess and you need a lot of time. And then you got to clean up and I'm thinking I got to get back to work. It's just looking at me like And then Sam starts and now Sam grew up to become his high school debating team champion. So okay, he tells me they're hungry. This is Mom will do it really quickly, and we're gonna help you clean up and you know what? Tomorrow night? We will skip stories and we will good a bit early. And you know what? We're starving and Sylvia's just egging him on. And looking at me, I'm thinking So of course I said yes. Amanda, What did you want people to take away from this episode. Really? What? My hope was for this episode wa so that people could hear Liz is message of incredible resilience. I think that no matter where you are in the world this year has been so incredibly challenging. And Liz so graciously shared the extremely personal story with us, You know, live on stage when we held our small three events in person. This one was at the New York City Wine and Food Festival. And You know what What I think. Also could be taken from this story is a little bit of living in the moment. Um, you know, Live, described her circumstances. Incredibly successful entrepreneur catering company. Great performances is one of the top ones in the city. She was just getting her business off the ground. You know that night she had work to do. She had a proposal. The last thing she wanted to do as we've discussed how you know, challenging lockers can be to me. The last thing you wanted to do with, you know Aren't that late night launch the project, but You said yes. That night on Well, her story is incredibly sad. It also is important for us to tell these stories that you know on the podcast because that's what life you know is about these stories. Every you know we've seen over the past year that We have a lot of challenges. And really, we just hope that people take away resilience from was historian And maybe saying, Yes, at the time that you were thinking of saying no. We're going to go to Karen Online for from Bellport. Everybody wants to talk about Lucky's. But Karen's going to take us on a turn to, um, some lovely sweets as well. Karen. Thanks for calling all of it. Thank you. And I have to say that I'm a big fan of the Jewish food Society. I follow on states looking save recipes like mad Anyway, we make traditional life yes with potatoes. My kids expect them every year. They also expect homemade applesauce that's on the stove right now. But but I've been doing both for my family and for my students because I'm a Jewish educator, I found a recipe for Cisco, New York, but it's not a traditional rage. Have a jelly doughnut. It's more like a munchkin. It's a recipes and involved the couples either yogurt or sour cream and baking powder and flour, sugar eggs. It's mixed very quickly. It's fried very quickly. And it has to be rolled in sugar and eaten almost immediately because their shelf life is about an hour, But it's a real part of the holiday and it's a connection. Two other people to family and friends in Israel and its fried So we have a lot of fun, Karen. Thank you for calling in. All right, Let's talk coming over. Amanda. Let's talk Sweets. What sweets? Are you particularly fond of this time here? Um, well, I do have a little bit of a sweet tooth. But actually that story, The munchkin story reminded me of, um, one of my favorite recipes on our archive. As I mentioned we're building an.

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"sylvia green" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

07:40 min | 8 months ago

"sylvia green" Discussed on Israel Story

"Hey guys it's me. She will be back in a couple of weeks with a brand new israel story episode. but today we're excited to introduce you to a new podcast that launch this fall. it's called schmaltzy and it's created by the jewish food. Society schmaltzy explores the intersection of jewish identity and food through live storytelling like the dishes. These tales revolve around the stories. Come with a complex mix of flavors joy disappointment laughter longing and love what i love about schmaltzy. What makes it. Special is how it celebrates the unique power of storytelling to unite us. Even were far apart just in time for hanukkah the episode will be sharing with you. Today is called midnight. Lakas with liz newmark. One night twenty years ago loses kids pleaded with her to abandon bedtime and make lots kisses. Liz couldn't resist today. Lack gaps in the memory of that night old a deep meaning for her. If you enjoy this episode of schmaltzy. I highly recommend you. Check out the rest of their episodes in subscribe to their feed their next episode features israeli tv food personality. Gil hovav a new york-based israeli chef. Not that the money okay. Enough for me. We'll be back soon with new israel story episodes and till then is schmaltzy. Do you think that you're able to reveal your lock goes secret ingredient. When we get to a certain level of subscribers we will post the secret ingredient what level is described. As do we need to get to. The gauntlet has been thrown down. Kane netted lynch the from the jewish food society. I'm amanda dell and this is schmaltzy each schmaltzy podcast episode revisits. A personal story told a jewish food society live event. Pull up a front row seat to hear the original live stories from the stage. Then we'll go behind the tales with the storytellers for more today on schmaltzy liz newmark. Liz is a chef and the founder of great performances in award winning catering and events company that she started as a waitress staffing agency for women in the arts in two thousand six. Liz establish catch ski farm in kinder- hook new york and founded the sylvia center a nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing issues in children's health lose is a third generation manhattanite and was named one of the one hundred most influential women in new york city. Business by crain's new york some stories. You just don't wanna stop in the middle and this is one of those stories so today we are going to break with the schmaltzy podcast tradition and listened to loses entire story before she joins us in the studio. Here's liz from the schmaltzy stage at the new york city wine and food festival where she shared a very personal story about loss living in the moment and resilience so about twenty years ago my catering business was really starting to take off and it was such an exciting time. We had just moved into a great facility in hudson square. And we're getting to expand within that footprint. We had signed the contract with ian schrager and we were operating the hudson hotels so we were really cool. And every day was a combination of meet with customers and clients and internal planning and of course events and all. This was really great. But for the fact that i also had for young children at home under the age of ten and my husband constantly worked laid and when he was working late he was traveling so as you can imagine it was really hard to find balance in my life trying to juggle work and home so i realized really early on that the key to my success both privately personally and professionally was secretive schedule and a routine and stick to it now. I knew about planning. Because i was from the event world where everything has a plan and a timeline and you stick to it no deviation i had waited a really long time to become apparent and i did not want to be an absentee mom. So most days. I took my children to school race downtown. Flew home at the end of the day in order to join them right at dinner time and then we would do baths and story time. And that was the routine heels off sweatpants on and after they went to sleep i would of course get back online and get back to work and try to finish up. Whatever i'd started that day and sometimes they even out to parties so one winter nights started out like most accept this night. I had a really big presentation to finish a deadline for client. So i got home with the baths and the ready for story time. I'm kind of thinking. Let's get this done. So i can get back to work and nelson katie. My nine and eight year old daughters were in their room. They were playing and chatting and wait information. Finish up with the little too and get to them. Sam who was eight and sylvia. San was five and sylvia. The baby three had picked out. One of their favorite books called a story felina in the book. Lena's grandma shares a family fable about apple strudel. So how can i describe what happens next. You know the book if you give a mouse a cookie thing well talking about apple strudel. We started thinking about apples. And talking about apple's of course led directly to apple sauce and the mention of applesauce little sylvia's green eyes lit up and she looks at me and she says why. Don't we make lockers right now and we can eat them with applesauce. Okay so let me tell you about lakas in my family. It's not a special event food. It is not just for. It's kind of like peanut butter and jelly. But it's not because peanut butter and jelly is really quick. Lakas is all the ingredients and it makes a mess and you need a lot of time and then you gotta clean up. And i'm thinking. I gotta get back to work. And she's looking at me like and then sam starts in Grew up to become his high school debating team champion so he tells me they're hungry. Says mom will do it really quickly. And we're going to help clean up and you know what tomorrow night. We will skip stories and we will go a bit early and you know what were starving and sylvia's just egging him on and looking.

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"sylvia green" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

Sparkle Stories Podcast

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"sylvia green" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast

"Accent talking like a pirate. I'll give you a few phrases to use. I the one you'll use most often are. I heard repeated Martin and Sylvia now when you want to say, Hello, say only, meet ease may tease said Martin and Sylvia happily. Now, let's see you ho ho you say you when you're happy Yoho hose said Martin and Sylvia holding their bellies. Don't forget shiver me timbers said mama shiver me timbers said Sylvia with a big smile. What does? That mean? I'm not sure exactly said, mama shiver me. Timbers shouted, Sylvia. Trying it out. They all gathered their lunches, life jackets, and plenty of water and loaded up the truck the canoe was strapped on the rack. And they were ready to go. Martin and Sylvia practiced their pirate phrases as they headed. To the lake are said Martin shiver me timbers said, Sylvia. When they finally arrived. They saw lots of trucks with boats and then lots of boats on the water. They pulled in to park in unloaded. The canoe. Mama and daddy carried the boat while Martin and Sylvia carried the jackets in lunch. They were proud of their pirate outfits and win some other people saw them they called out with big smiles. Oh, no pirates. Daddy, answered are. And then Sylvia added shiver me timbers. Martin waved his black hat and mama twirled. Whenever scarves, the people seem to like that. And they laughed. When the canoe was in the water and they began to paddle. Daddy's spoke quietly all right may dis. Now, we need to choose our first boat to board. What do you mean asked Martin? Well, we are pirates aren't we we need to find us some booty. Buddhi laughed, Sylvia. What is booth? He some loot treasure. I choose that one pointed mama, they all looked ahead to see a sailboat it was a little bigger than the other boats, and it was dark blue with a white sale. I said daddy Tharby the booty all hands. He then mama and daddy paddled hard toward the boat. Sylvia started looking a little nervous. Are we really going to take their booty? She asked are yeeha pirate asked daddy. Yes. But answered Sylvia, but then Martin interrupted its Sasha and Jonathan's family look. They all looked to the boat and saw their friends and their parents waving to them are said daddy, we've been spotted he whole. As they came closer, mama and daddy both called out. Prepare to be boarded Sylvia was now excited about the game in called out. Shiver me timber. Mr Weber Sasha in Jonathan's daddy, put his hands on his cheeks and pretended to be scared. Oh, no pirates boats up the anchor rigor ready the sales Winward ho. Mrs Weber started moving the sales while both children laughed and shook their fists at the canoe. Martin and Sylvia watched as suddenly the sailboats started moving, and then then it moved even faster away. They saw Sasha and Jonathan cheering in heard Mr Weber. Call y'all nod board captain's galley wag our ship is to swift. Daddy than tucked his head down in whispered. Tis true. We're not fast enough. We must beat them with collectedness. Let's all pretend to be asleep. And then when we are close enough, we'll board. Willie get the booty then asked Martin I said daddy asked Martin. Yes. Explained mama. They looked up to see that the sailboat was now stopped again, and then daddy slowly paddled the canoe toward it all while pretending to be asleep. His eyes were mostly closed and he started loudly. Snoring mama. Martin and Sylvia leaned over snoring as well. Oh, look said, Mr Weber the pirates are asleep. Where safe now, I wouldn't trust them said Mrs Weber, I never trust a pirate. Don't let them get too close. But as the canoe came to the edge, Mr Weber reached out and pulled the canoe closer. Oh, I'm sure it's fine. Quartermaster sleeping pirates are hardly dangerous. Then daddy whispered ready now, and they all yelled are except for Sylvia who yelled shiver me timbers. You've been caught captain sailorman do. Yes. A- render coal daddy in the name of the Queen. We surrender cold Mr Weber, then he helped Sylvia and Martin get out in then momma, but daddy said he was staying you three collect the booty while I stay in the poop deck and wait, dad, the cold, Sylvia. That's a bathroom. Word. Poop deck means. The back of the boat. It's the real name. We've come for your booty said, mama politely. And with a smile said Mrs Weber, not sure what Budi we have right now. Well, we have hotdogs and seltzer with lemon who that will do very well said, mama. Then mama and Martin and Sylvia went to the front of the boat where Mr Weber was grilling hotdogs, and he handed them each can of seltzer. Martin untied some of the scarves around his neck. They sat down and enjoyed the drinks and waited for the hot dogs. After a while daddy called from the back of the boat. Oh horry. Where's the booty? Momma called Beck. We've joined the queen's navy. Sorry. Life is better here than on the pirate boat house. The poop deck. Oh, the children laughed again. Lonely said daddy, then Martin and Sylvia went to the back of the boat. Do you want to join the army asked, Sylvia? Navy corrected. Martin the queen's navy that he considered this for a bit. Do you get hot dogs Martin and Sylvia nodded happily? Well, I sure like hotdogs. Okay. Martin and Sylvia cheered. And then they helped daddy come aboard. They spent the rest of the day eating hot dogs drinking seltzer and swimming in the lake sometimes different groups would dress as pirates and take little trips around in the canoe, Mr Weber wore Sylvia's green beard and a scarf on his head. He seemed to like being a pirate whenever they would pass another boat. He would yell of asked you and both Sasha and Jonathan liked shiver. Me timber. The other sailors would laugh or wave or hold up their hands and say, we surrender. When everyone could see the sun starting to set and many of the other boats start to head to shore, mama and daddy got the canoe ready. Time to head back to the mainland said daddy, and they all said their thank You's to their friends and got back into the canoe. Are we pirate still or are? We in the army asked Sylvia as she positioned herself in the canoe navy said Martin, it's the queen's navy. Well, which would you rather be a pirate or a sailor for the Queen asked mama as they started paddling? Pirate said Martin without hesitation. I like stealing Budi. Thought Sylvia I like stealing booty too. And I like saying shiver me timbers and stuff but the queen's army or navy is really nice and comfortable and they eat hotdogs and drink seltzer. I think I want to be a sailor. Me too. Whispered, mama. It's a pirate's life firm me said daddy. And then he began to sing as he paddled shiver me timber shiver, my bones. Yo he ho there are secrets that sleep with old Davy Jones. Yoho whole he whole he. Oh, oh, shouted Martin. And Sylvia Yoho. Oh, shouted mama. And they all smiled and then got quiet. Then the listened to the sound of the water as they paddled slowly to shore. This has been an original story by sparkle stories of sparkle stories dot com. Copyright, two thousand twelve all rights reserved. We hope you enjoyed it.

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