“Senior Savers,” a fun and educational reality TV series helps bring awareness to the challenges seniors and their adult children face when moving or organizing their belongings.
The second episode of “Senior Savers,” currently airing on San Diego’s Channel 4SD, takes viewers on the journey of Eve and George whose medical issues are forcing them to confront some critical decisions about how they are going to live their Golden Years. The Senior Savers team helps them explore all of their options and make their life-changing decisions, with some twists and turns along the way.
The show’s creators and hosts, Jami Shapiro and Bryan Devore, wanted to find a way to advocate for senior’s most critical needs in an entertaining and relatable format. Shapiro owns Silver Linings Transitions, a move management company associated with the National Association of Senior Move Managers, and has been helping seniors in transition since 2014. ?Devore is a Realtor with Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty and holds the Senior Real Estate Specialist accreditation. Together they help seniors transition into some of the best years of their lives.
They have made it their mission to become advocates, educators, and a trusted resource for seniors in the San Diego community. Knowing they couldn’t personally reach everyone who needed help and support with this life transition, they created a way to reach a larger base and the idea of a reality-based TV show was born.
“Many seniors need help. Some are living alone in their homes, without proper nutrition or medical care. Our goal is to be there for them and help make the transition to what could be the best years of their lives,” says Devore. “Many of our seniors and their families are not tech-savvy, so we are using the medium of television to reach them and expose them to available resources.”
The show airs on Tuesdays on Channel 4SD at 10:00 am. The show is only available on TV for cable subscribers but will be available on YouTube (Senior Saver TV) or via the Senior Savers website at www.SeniorSavers.tv