There are a few organizations that are close to my heart. Diabetes because my daughter is a Type 1 Diabetic Alzheimer’s because it took my mom when she was young. And hospice because both my grandmother and my mom saw the amazing benefit and power of hospice. (As did my family…hospice helps the survivors too.)
I recently got to speak at a health care conference for hospice and palative care folks in my home town of Denver, Colorado. It was a hoot. They gave so much to me and my family a short time ago, and it was a TOTALY honor to give just a teensy bit back to them.
I loved them. Happily the feeling was (at least sort of) mutual. Check out this nice letter.
Brad Montgomery Productions
As a seasoned meeting professional, I have never participated In a keynote presentation quite like yours.
It was truly spectacular! The Colorado Center for Hospice & Palliative Care Fall Conference was brought to a close with your uplifting, funny, lively, engaging presentation and we are so grateful to you for that!
On behalf of the Education Committee and the Board of Directors, we want to thank you for your gift of the closing keynote presentation for our conference. It was truly special and greatly appreciated by all.
You made it crystal clear that happiness and laughter have a place in the working world of hospice and palliative care. If we can’t share it with those around us and those we work with, we are doing a disservice to all. You spoke of giving back to the hospice community and I can confirm that you have done that and so much more…
Colorado Center for Hospice & Palliative
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