Elder Care Keynote Speakers
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Elder Care keynote speakers are wonderful resources for those facing difficult and strenuous times. These keynote speakers can assist when roles are reversing in families with grown children caring for their own parents. GDA can guide your group to the most appropriate elder care keynote speaker for your event or conference.
Author, "When Roles Reverse: A Guide to Parenting Your Parents"
Jim Comer brings enthusiasm, practical experience and a great sense of humor to help audiences take a new look at tough issues such as caregiving and speaking in public. A Canadian reporter wrote, “Jim Comer is so full of life that he would shine through a solar eclipse.”
Motivational Business Speaker, President of 9 Screens International
What sets James apart from many others is his humor, and the way he uses it to touch hearts. As he says, "I wait until I have opened a man's mouth wide with laughter, then I pour a dose of truth down it."
Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist and Women's Health Advocate
An award-winning journalist, bestselling author, motivational speaker, and women's health & wellness advocate, Joan Lunden has been a trusted voice in American homes for more than 30 years. Lunden continues to be one of America’s most recognized, trusted personalities and a sought after speaker throughout the country.
Motivational Speaker ● International Best-Selling Author Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology ● Entrepreneur ● Holocaust Survivor
When Dr. Erica Miller shares her stories and wisdom, people can’t help but listen and take them to heart. A five-foot tall dynamo with an effervescent spirit, she has overcome challenges through her life that are difficult to fathom.
Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray
Push Inc. Founders
Push Inc. founders, Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray, guide organizations and individuals toward their full potential through the power of relationships. Overcoming life's challenges requires acknowledging our weaknesses, inviting others into our story, and embracing the fact that we cannot do it all on our own.
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