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Join me at the 3rd Annual National Caregiving Conference

I'm so proud to be presenting at the Third Annual National Caregiving Conference! The conference will happen Nov. 8-11 at the Chicago Marriott O'Hare, 8535 W. Higgins, Chicago. Join me as we honor our best selves before, during and after caregiving. You’ll want to attend this special event if you care for a family member or friend; you cared for a family member or friend; you work with (or want to work with) family caregivers. Can't attend in person? Register to watch virtually. You'll find more conference details here: http://bit.ly/ncc18chi #ncc18 #caregiving

Use the code, "MARTI" to receive a discount.  Type it in when you checkout.

You can find me and other exceptional caregiving presenters on the agenda by clicking here 


Friday at 2 p.m. How Caregiving Inspired My Career Panel Discussion with Marti Hannon, who cared for her mom, and Jenn Chan, who cared for her grandmother, and Tonya Regiro, who cared for her parents and in-laws

Saturday at 9 a.m. Ageless Grace – 21 Simple Tools for Brain and Body Fitness
Marti Hannon has a passion to educate, equip, empower and encourage families, and professional care teams in taking care of themselves while serving others. She started her caregiving journey as a 16-year-old providing care to a mother dying of cancer. She went on to carry out numerous personal and professional caregiving roles over the past 25 years. Her primary focus now is to provide coaching and educational services to nurture families. She is constantly growing in learning how to live out self-care practices, compassionate communication, and showing grace to herself and others. Marti loves adventures, challenging and encouraging others to grow, and being creative. Professionally, she is a Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist, Certified Caregiving Consultant Educator, Certified Ageless Grace Educator, and a Certified Nursing Assistant.

Andrew talks a lot and smiles often. He listens deeply. He prefers he/him/his, and you can call him Andrew. Andrew has been caregiving professionally for seven years and cares for two of his uncles and one of his grandmas, long-distance from Boulder, Colorado. He pursues a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health specializing in Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Counseling. As a freshman family caregiver, Andrew is asking questions and finding answers within, cultivating loving-kindness for himself so that he may support his carees, spread compassion to the healthcare system and be the change that he wants to see in the world.

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