It seems almost anyone can now tell the world exactly what they think. In the past only those who were newspaper editorial writers had that chance. Then, later, TV news anchors and news organizations let us all now where they stood. In the past 15 some odd years talk radio hosts, both national and local, have made a huge impact on how we all think about our world, our nation, our local community and even the sports we watch and cheer for.
Today, with the internet, we can publish anything we want. I come from working in radio since 1974 (I was 14). I was an air-talent and program director at radio stations in Carbondale, IL, Champaign, IL, Des Moines, IA, Lexington, KY, San Antonio, TX and Chicago.
In November of 1998 I started working in the long-term care insurance industry. My mother at age 59 had a major health event and entered a nursing home. Today I am the regional sales director for the western division for ACSIA Long Term Care, Inc. ACSIA is a major marketer of long-term care insurance products. ACSIA represents all the top insurance companies so our agents can help people find out if this coverage is appropriate for them and, if so, help them shop for the best coverage at the best value.
I am a speaker on long-term care issues and understand how government and the health care industry interact with the public.
Email me anytime you have a question or concern. I hope you will find my thoughts interesting.