Cheryl Jones is the host of the radio show Good Grief. She is also a grief counselor, cancer educator and is Manager of Professional Education at the Women’s Cancer Resource Center (Oakland, CA), where she developed, manages and teaches in their Continuing Education program.
Jennifer Harris and Jeremy Knopow each have over 20 years of design and consumer product experience. Inspired by the mobility needs of their parents to design and engineer a new device that would enhance the end user’s lifestyle, they are the founders of Motivo. motivolife.com
Karin Kidd RN, BS, Co-leader for the greater northern bay area for the organization "Compassion & Choices.” Karin has been a registered nurse for 45 years with a focus Oncology, Reconstructive surgery, Medical Ethics and Palliative care. Dennis Pocekay, MD, MPH practiced at Kaiser Permanente in the Bay Area for 28 years, is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Preventive Medicine, and Occupational Medicine. For more information contact: Stefanie Elkin firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Benjamin A. Bensadon is a licensed clinical geropsychologist, Associate Director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program’s Geriatrics & Palliative Care rotation, and Assistant Professor of Clinical Biomedical Science in the Department of Integrated Medical Sciences at Florida Atlantic University’s Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine.
Stan Goldberg, PhD, is Professor Emeritus of Communicative Disorders at San Francisco State University, and author of the new book, Loving, Supporting, and Caring for the Cancer Patient (Roman & Littlefield, October 2016). He is a prolific award-winning writer, editorial consultant and recognized expert in the area of cancer support, end-of-life issues, caregiving, chronic illnesses, aging and change.
Susan Macaulay lived in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, for 18 years. She had a successful business as a public speaking coach and trainer. Like many people who care for loved ones with dementia, Susan Macaulay was drafted into a role she never imagined she would be doing. She left what she loved behind to care for her mom who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Four years later, Susan is still getting on with it…