101 Mobility of Milwaukee Owner Featured on Senior Talk Radio
Donna Dziewik, owner of 101 Mobility in Milwaukee, has teamed up with Senior Talk to help provide information and resources for area seniors.
Listen to the segments live on Milwaukee’s WISN radio at AM 1130 or click here to listen live online!
Segment 5: June 23rd, 2018
On the fifth episode of Senior Talk, Donna is joined by Theresa Riedel from Bruno Independent Living Aids who discusses the line of mobility and accessibility products offered by the Wisconsin-based manufacturer.
Click here to listen to the full segment and learn more about how solutions from Bruno and 101 Mobility can help make your home safe and accessible!
Segment 4: April 21st, 2018
On her fourth episode of Senior Talk, Donna discusses fall safety. As a local aging in place expert, fall prevention is at the core of her message. Check out this episode for helpful tips to minimize your risk of a fall, or click here to read more about fall prevention.
Click here to listen to the full segment and learn more about how to stay safe and avoid a fall!
Segment 3: March 24th, 2018
On the third episode of Senior Talk, Donna provides an overview of 101 Mobility. With three locations in Wisconsin – Waukesha, Madison, and Green Bay – 101 Mobility helps residents across the state make their homes more accessible. They offer one on one support to help seniors and those who wish to age in place when selecting a stair lift, ramp, vertical platform lift, home elevator, or a range of other mobility and accessibility equipment.
Click here to listen to the full show via iHeartRadio to learn more about 101 Mobility and how they help Milwaukee residents safely Age in Place!
Segment 2: February 24th, 2018
Donna is joined by Heather Stoskopf, Development Manager of Era’s Senior Network (formerly known as Interfaith Senior Programs in Waukesha).
ERAs Senior Network is a nonprofit organization serving seniors and adults with disabilities living in Waukesha County. The typical client can no longer drive, lacks local family support, and does not have sufficient income to pay for unexpected costs like prescriptions or transportation to medical appointments. The staff helps these individuals meet their basic needs as well as stay engaged in the community, at no cost to them.
Segment 1: January 27th, 2018
Donna tells the story of a customer who had purchased a stair lift for his home, but no longer needed it. Wanting to donate the equipment to help another person in need, he spoke with his church to find a recipient.
Together they identified Bill Petranovich, a Korean War Veteran who had been having mobility challenges in his home.
Donna is joined by Theresa Riedal, a representative from Wisconsin-based company Bruno Independent Living Aids, who provides additional information about stair lifts and other mobility aids.