If your club, civic organization or employee workplace group is planning its fall programming or needs a featured speaker this summer, the Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey’s (VNA) Speakers Bureau will provide an experienced presenter free of charge.
“The talks we give have never been timelier and the topics we can cover aren’t just of interest to seniors,” observed Mary Curoski, a VNA Community Outreach Coordinator and designated speaker. “One in every four Americans is now assisting an aging parent or another adult loved one, so there’s strong interest in our Care for the Caregiver presentation among younger audiences. In fact, our talks include a lot of practical advice and information about resources that were previously unknown to many of our audiences.”
VNA speakers address groups of all sizes at public libraries, corporate Lunch and Learns, places of worship, senior centers, Rotary, AARP and Newcomer’s Club meetings, as well as other venues. VNA presentations are about 45 minutes long and audience questions are welcomed. Speakers are available for both day and evening events and the VNA provides a door prize and hospitality bags, as well as light refreshments when needed. To schedule a free talk, reach out to Mary Curoski at (973) 451-4159 firstname.lastname@example.org or Deborah Castro at (973) 451-4161, email@example.com.
The Visiting Nurse Association of Northern New Jersey (VNA) is a nonprofit organization with a distinguished 116-year tradition of service. VNA services skilled nursing, physical, occupational and speech therapy, certified home health aides, hospice care, caregiver support programs, private care solutions and Friendship House, a social adult day care center. For further information, call 1 (800) WE-VISIT (938-4748) or refer to vnannj.org.
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