The Four Keys to Longevity
At the turn of the 19th century the average life span was 50 – now we are expected to live to 80 years and beyond! So what do those 30 Bonus YearsTM look like? How will we take advantage of them? What does research tell us that will allow us to live as healthy, happy, wealthy and wise as possible during this new life stage we’ve been “gifted?”
During this high energy presentation Dr. Alexis focuses on longevity and highlights her proprietary research revealing many of the cutting edge trends the 55+ can expect will transform their lives over the next decade. This inspirational seminar will steer you in the right direction no matter what phase of the journey you’re on by providing up-to-date information about the most important areas that will impact your longevity.
The information presented will provide you with a proactive approach toward aging that can add both quality and quantity to your years. Regardless of your age, the Four Keys to Longevity speech will help you as you prepare to live life to the fullest!
The Lifelong Pursuit of Happiness and Empowerment
With the rate of longevity rapidly increasing, we have the luxury of 30 Bonus YearsTM to embark on a journey of self reflection and personal growth. As more boomers reach the milestone age of 60, focus begins to shift from the outward world to the inward. Self-actualization, reflections on the meaning of life and the need to reach one’s full potential become more intense. This period of life presents a unique opportunity to say YES, chase your dreams and ultimately design your life in a way that provides fulfillment.
This motivational presentation inspires individuals to learn how they can thrive in this new era of increased vigor and extended life. The presentation helps the audience discover how an extended lifespan will change our lives, outlooks, vocations, relations and fiscal plans. In addition, the audience will be motivated (and moved) after hearing some of the phenomenal success stories of individuals who “reinvented” themselves and their lives after the age of 60!
Caring for the Caregiver
There are over 44 million unpaid caregivers in the United States, 10 million of whom are millennials — almost 133 million people in the U.S. have one or more chronic condition and by 2020 this number is expected to increase to 157 million Americans. Nearly one in three U.S. households is involved in caring for a relative or friend aged 55 or older. Many caregivers are caught between the needs of their young families and the daunting task of caring for their elderly relatives. Watching a loved one grow old is filled with emotional upheaval, and when you compound that with other stresses —rush-hour traffic, deadlines, sick children, dirty laundry—caregivers are often left holding the bag. They feel a pressure to be all things to all people, often ending up as the martyr and giving themselves the short end of the stick. This witty presentation offers solutions by answering the seven key questions that a caregiver must face:
Why Book Dr. Alexis Abramson?
Alexis Abramson, Ph.D. is a generational expert, a ‘trendspotter’ for those over 50, and the global authority on the millennial and boomer consumer. She is an inspiring speaker, blogger, corporate consultant, successful author, and award-winning entrepreneur and journalist. Her commitment to multi-generations, baby boomers and mature adults has been featured in many national publications, including TIME, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur and People. Dr. Abramson is an Emmy and Gracie award-winning journalist who has appeared frequently as an on-air expert gerontologist for NBC’s Today show, CNN, CBS, FOX, MSNBC and numerous other media outlets. In addition to her own popular blog, Dr. Alexis is a featured contributor for many top tier websites including ThriveGlobal, Sharecare and Caregiving.com. She is highly-sought after as a keynote speaker at industry conferences, bringing awareness of the intergenerational dynamic between millennials, baby boomers and mature adults to Fortune 100/500 corporations, consumers, government agencies, and non-profits.
As a proven industry consultant, Abramson is frequently retained to help organizations make products and services accessible and user-friendly across generations. Dr. Abramson works closely with business development and marketing teams as they create strategy plans and develop target rich collaterals geared toward cross generational population segments. In addition, she instructs employees on how to be more sensitive to the needs of each generational cohort. Dr. Abramson has worked closely with many major organizations, including Duracell, Arthritis Foundation, Sanofi, L’Oreal Paris, Philips, Harvard, BMO Private Bank, Siemens, COMCAST, Beltone, SCI, Kroger, AAA, Northwestern Mutual, Hearing Life, Proctor & Gamble, Century 21, Humana, AIG, Subway, Genworth, Kimberly-Clark, Walmart, AARP and many more.
She is the author of four highly-acclaimed books – The Caregivers Survival Handbook, a guide to help caregivers balance the responsibilities of caring for others and for themselves; Home Safety for Seniors, a room-by-room reference and idea book for making independent senior and home- bound living easier; The 55+ Fact Book, a collection of must know facts, statistics, and interesting information about the 55+ demographic; and The Medicare Resource Guide, a comprehensive collection of resources and documents necessary for individuals caring for aging friends or family members. Her next book, The Ultimate Longevity Guide, will be published in the Fall of 2019.
Her dedication to baby boomers and mature adults has won Dr. Abramson a number of professional accolades, including Working Woman Magazine’s General Entrepreneurial Excellence Award, Atlanta Small Business’ Person of the Year Award, 40 Under 40 Award, American Society of Aging’s Outstanding Business Award, and many others. Dr. Abramson received her Doctorate in Gerontology from the prestigious University of Southern California’s Davis School of Gerontology.