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In this podcast, Sarah Kwong digs into beloved childhood stories, the neurobiology of being a teenager, and interviews people about what it was like for them growing up, all in the quest to understand what it means to come of age.
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By 2040, the population over 80 will more than double, but our perceptions of aging and plans for seniors’ care innovation have not kept pace. Let’s change the conversation. Coming of Age features host Donna Duncan, CEO of the Ontario Long Term Care Association, in lively discussions with national and international experts on ageism and how to reimagine seniors’ care.
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Coming of age movies- they are notorious for tricking teenagers all over the world into thinking high school will be one long rom-com. In this podcast, hosts Kira and Julia expose the TRUTH about high school and all the tips and tricks you can use to make your teen experience fit for the big screen. (There are also some pretty cool special guests.) - new episodes mondays #maincharactermonday - instagram: @acoam.podcast tiktok: @acoam.podcast twitter: @acoam_podcast youtube: A Coming of Age M ...
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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 ...
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She rose to stardom as a teenager and has stayed at the top for almost twenty years. In this episode, I dive into the career trajectory of Taylor Swift and explore what her journey has to say about growing up as so many of us have watched her do so in the public eye. I also discuss why she appeals so much to teenage girls, and what's the potential …
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An incredibly special episode! I talk to the talented, intelligent and passionate Tom Christophersen about one of our seminal childhood films, the 1986 Jim Henson classic 'Labyrinth.' We really get INTO IT in this episode. We talk about the incredible technical achievements in this movie, the magic of puppetry and practical events, and the underrat…
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In which I dig into the newest element of the Santa Claus story, and how a picture book and toy written by a mother/daughter team has become a global phenomenon. I discuss the history and origins of Elf on the Shelf, and explore some of the critcisms of it. Spoiler alert: this thing makes people MAD. If you want to support the podcast and get month…
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How do we build a better future for seniors? Elderly populations around the world are growing. And in regions like Ontario, Canada, one in five seniors over the age of 80 have complex care needs that currently can only be safely met in long-term care. Yet Ontario has more than 40,000 people waiting for long-term care and the list is growing. In thi…
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How can communities help more seniors to age in place? Canada’s urban areas are home to a large number of older adults, and more are choosing to live in apartment and condo buildings than ever before. In this episode, Donna Duncan is joined by a researcher and innovator on naturally occurring retirement communities (NORCs) in urban centres: Jen Rec…
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How can jurisdictions work across sectors to ensure a better future for all of us as we age? Aging well is multifaceted and requires collaboration to develop and implement innovative and aligned solutions – such as local infrastructure, transportation, housing, health care and social services, education and more. In this episode, Donna Duncan is jo…
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Are Baby Boomers preparing for their future healthcare needs? In four years, the oldest of the Baby Boom generation will turn 80. By 2040, the population over 80 will double and we know their complex care needs will grow. Until recently however, one of the missing pieces of information in conversations about future seniors’ care planning was how th…
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In 1999, one of the most authentic portrayals of adolescence to ever be depicted on television went to air. It was praised by critics for its realism and unique blend of comedy and drama. Its creators and stars would go on to become some of the biggest stars in Hollywood. Yet at the time, no one watched it, and it was cancelled without all of its e…
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What does it take to become an accredited nurse in Canada? In a world where healthcare professionals are in high demand, nations are turning to internationally educated nurses to bridge the gap. In this episode, Donna Duncan invites two internationally educated nurses onto the podcast to share their journey from the Philippines to working in a long…
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With an ever-changing demographic landscape, how do we provide care that can be tailored to individual, cultural needs? Also, with an increasing reliance on newcomers to Canada within the caregiving workforce, how do we ensure we are creating inclusive and welcoming work environments? These questions are top of mind with leaders and care providers …
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And we're back! At the moment just with a little mini episode, but full-length deep dives into all things growing up return next month! In the meantime, enjoy this little chat about the origins of Halloween in honour of this spooky season. You can also support me on Patreon if you like: https://patreon.com/WildeandDarling Podcasts: You're Wrong Abo…
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As the first of the Baby Boomers soon turn 80, how can technology enhance their lives and help them stay home? Finding the right tools, that make life simpler and easier, is key. In this episode, Donna Duncan is joined by Mike Agerbo, a digital living expert and family caregiver. For nearly 20 years, as a radio, TV and podcast host, Mike has been r…
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How will Canadians balance their caregiving duties with their jobs? As the first of the baby boomers soon turn 80, we expect a growing number of employees in workplaces across Canada with caregiving responsibilities. In this episode, Donna Duncan is joined by a panel of experts discussing elder caregiving and the modern workplace. Listen as they ex…
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What sage advice for seniors’ care can we learn from others around the world? The cultural frameworks in which we live, work and age guide how we innovate – as governments, communities, and care providers. Stepping out of our own culture and systems, and exploring others, can open our eyes in ways we never expected. In this episode, Donna Duncan is…
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Are we psychologically prepared as a society for aging? More and more we are seeing a fear of elderhood and avoidance to talking about its realities. This fuels a cycle of bias that we can change – through healthy discussion and proper support. In this episode, Donna Duncan is joined by Dr. Sonu Gaind, a psychiatrist, professor and mental health ad…
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How do we learn about and prepare for the natural course of a progressive illness? For patients and their loved ones, the journey includes both hope and grief. A palliative care approach can help us all better understand what to expect and set out realistic goals. In this episode, Donna Duncan is joined by Dr. Samantha (Sammy) Winemaker, a Canadian…
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Why do we make assumptions about people based on their age? Each person is unique, and their age doesn't tell us anything other than how long they've been on the planet. “Age doesn't tell you what they value. It doesn't tell you what their ideology is. It doesn't tell you about their abilities. Nothing.” In this episode, Donna Duncan is joined by T…
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As baby boomers age, a significant demographic shift is underway. By 2040, the population over 80 will double. But here’s the thing, our perceptions of aging and innovations for seniors’ care have not kept pace. Let’s change the conversation. Join us for Season 3 of Coming of Age: Meeting the needs of our aging population, coming this September. Su…
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“YOU RAN OVER SOMEONES FOOT?”-This week, we sacrificed all our deepest secrets in order to prove you with 2 truths and a lie featuring our moms. We all learned some very interesting things about each other so please enjoy.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of Age Movie …
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“It’s so meta, I can’t even breathe”-This week, join Kira in the car again to hear why she hates happy endings (and she’s a film major, so she’s really good at watching movies) (this is probably my favorite episode i’ve recorded) this is kira) -Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: …
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In this episode, Donna is joined by Ashton Applewhite, an anti-ageism advocate, speaker and the author of “This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism” and the blog “Yo, Is this Ageist?” Ashton is a writer, an activist, and an internationally recognized expert on ageism who was recently named one of “50 leaders around transforming the world into a…
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“nothing is ever as serious as it seems when you’re 17”-We’re both 18! While we take a minute to absorb this terrifying fact, please enjoy our meltdown regarding leaving home soon, changing priorities, and adult things like taxes. -Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of A…
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In this episode, Donna is joined by Brent Gingerich, Chairman and CEO of peopleCare Communities, who stepped up to serve as chair of our Board during the height of the pandemic. Highly regarded in the sector, Brent is known for exemplifying values-based leadership throughout the most difficult of times. Brent quite literally grew up in long-term ca…
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“Daniel Radcliffe spat on me”-This week, we were beyond excited to be joined by Hugh Mitchell, AKA Colin Creevey from the Harry Potter series. We had such a great time talking with Hugh about acting, photography, and how to get involved in the entertainment industry.-Follow Hugh!@hughmitchellphotography- Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.…
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As women access seniors care in Ontario and other jurisdictions around the world, many of them are still frequently encountering gendered ageism and other healthcare inequities. In this episode, Donna discusses this issue with Dr. Paula Rochon, a Senior Scientist and Founder of Women’s Age Lab at Women’s College Hospital and Professor at the Univer…
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In Ontario alone, the population of people over the age of 85 is set to double over the next 12 years. Currently, there are more than 40,000 people on the waitlist for long-term care in Ontario, while the system is facing significant staffing shortages. It’s time we develop new strategies for meeting the needs of our aging population. In this episo…
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To ensure seniors are better supported, it will ultimately be about taking collective responsibility, both across the health system and throughout society, for supporting our aging population. In this episode, Donna is joined by John Hirdes, a professor at the School of Public Health Sciences at the University of Waterloo and a renowned long-term c…
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If we hope to provide better support to our ageing population over the coming years, we’ll need to adopt a fresh perspective and reimagine the way we think about the important role of caregivers. In this episode, Donna sits down with Amy Coupal, the CEO of the Ontario Caregiver Organization, to hear her insights about the evolving needs of the agei…
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In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna shares an inspiring conversation with CEOs Cameron Love of the Ottawa Hospital and Dr. Michael Guerriere of Extendicare. Together, the two organizations run a transitional care unit in one of Extendicare’s long-term care homes, designed for people who no longer need to be in hospital, but who have high care n…
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As Ontario’s population of seniors continues to grow over the coming years, we will need to reimagine the way we provide care and support. In this episode of Coming of Age, Donna sits down with two experts in aging who are helping to drive this transformation forward through their work: Dr. John Muscedere, the CEO of the Canadian Frailty Network an…
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Exploring new innovations in seniors’ care from a global perspective can inspire us and lead to fresh ideas on how we can best support our seniors. In the first episode of Coming of Age’s second season, Donna sits down with Vincenzo Paolino, a specialist in geriatric care equipped with an entrepreneurial spirit. Vincenzo’s background includes a deg…
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“weird gym clothes”-In honor of Julia’s 18th birthday, we had some of her friends roast her for 30 minutes straight. It was fun.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of Age Movie Podcastemail (for business inquiries): acoam.podcast@gmail.com…
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In this special episode of Coming of Age, the script is flipped as Donna takes on the guest hot seat. Instead of asking the questions, this time, Donna provides answers to questions asked by health communications professional Max Stern. Along with his former colleagues at Crestview, Max supported the Ontario Long Term Care Association throughout th…
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It’s no secret that society has changed, and we’re asking much more of our health professionals and at a greater speed than ever before. It’s important that we find ways to ensure that our family doctors and other healthcare providers are supported, healthy and not overburdened. In this episode, Donna sits down with Kim Moran, the CEO of the Ontari…
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“Did I just hit that car?”-This week, we brought the In/Out Tik Tok trend to life and talked about what we currently think is “in” and “out.” It’s hard to explain. Just listen.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of Age Movie Podcastemail (for business inquiries): acoam.p…
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As Canada’s population of seniors continues to grow, the country’s healthcare landscape is also shifting. It’s a time of great challenge and opportunity as we continue to find new ways of working together and creating better outcomes for those in need. In this episode, Donna discusses this issue with guest Dr. Jane Philpott, the Dean of Medicine at…
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“I doxed us”-This week, we decided to recorded an episode completed unscripted and unedited (except one time when Julia doxed us). Enjoy.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of Age Movie Podcastemail (for business inquiries): acoam.podcast@gmail.com…
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“Triple B”-Welcome back to Watch Party. This week, we talked about the hilarious, Gen Z mockery, murder mystery with a twist, Bodies Bodies Bodies.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of Age Movie Podcastemail (for business inquiries): acoam.podcast@gmail.com…
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“This whole movie is Jordan Peele calling himself out.”-Welcome back to Watch Party. This week, let’s talk Jordan Peele’s new film, Nope. We’re both big fans of psychological horror, and we had a lot to say about this unique story.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of A…
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“I want to look back and be like…I had a really great senior year”-We’re about to start our senior year! While we’re definitely over high school, we still have some things that we want to accomplish before we go to college.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcastyoutube: A Coming of Age Movie…
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"You met Travis Barker?!"-This week, we're super excited to be joined by Bobby, the genius behind @couldbethemove. We asked our Instagram followers to send us their best "moves," and we reacted to and picked apart each one.-Follow Bobby!@couldbethemove-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podcaste…
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"My favorite kind of content is doing my boyfriend's makeup, along with his friends'."-This week, we're so excited to be joined by Morgan Cohen. You may know her from Instagram or Tik Tok where she has over 1 million followers. We had a great time discussing relationships, social media, and self love.-Follow Morgan!Instagram: morganbcohenTikTok: mo…
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Let's learn about Washington University in St. Louis! This week, we talked with Jada Jo Warner, a sophomore business student from WashU, to learn all about her school and her college experience so far. If you want to hear about classes, dorms, career opportunities, friends, and everything in between, keep watching!-Follow us in other places!Instagr…
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“They started bringing up stuff like...”i wanna make sure you’re alone”-This episode is rated PG-13 because it would take too long to bleep out all the curse words. Anyway, this week we had a great time talking with content creator Quinn Benet about his YouTube journey, how to make a living as a creator, and funny (but very creepy) fan stories.-Fol…
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“These shows keep me going”-Welcome back to watch party! Our series where we’ll watch a movie/ tv show then immediately record an episode on it to capture our raw reactions. This week, Kira talked about and reviewed the beautifully cringey, relatable, fun series, The Summer I Turned Pretty.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok:…
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“Kenny’s not normal. Kenny likes children. Don’t be like Kenny.”-Welcome to watch party! Our new series where we’ll watch a movie/ tv show then immediately record an episode on it to capture our raw reactions. This week, we watched Black Mirror: Shut Up and Dance boy oh boy did we have some things to say about this creepy, cinematic, plot-twist fil…
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“we can make it sound like it was such a crazy experience, but it was in a 55 and older development”-It’s the moment you’ve all been eagerly waiting for: our prom experiences! This week, we were joined by Kira’s boyfriend to share our stories and opinions on prom, what we liked, and what we wish was done differently.-Follow us in other places!insta…
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“I asked very very early because I heard a rumor that somebody else might ask me and I didn’t wanna go with them”-Last Thursday and Friday we had Jr and Sr prom! Planning for these exciting events took a lot of work and stress, and we want to make the process easier for you. Here are our tips and stories that will hopefully help you out.-Follow us …
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“I’m not gonna name names, but here’s a little set drama.”-This week, we spoke with the incredibly talented singer, songwriter, and actress Brooke Butler. We had a great time discussing Chicken Girls, cast drama, and the entertainment industry as a whole.-Follow us in other places!instagram: @acoam.podcasttiktok: @acoam.podcasttwitter: @acoam_podca…
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