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Chronic illness Speakers

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Speakers about chronic illness (5)

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Vikki Claflin

Vikki Claflin

Humor blogger & Parkinson's Disease speaker

travels from USA

Keynote speaker Vikki Claflin lives on the humorous side of Parkinson's Disease. Vikki Claflin has 30 years of experience as a women’s contemporary humor speaker, and is comfortable presenting for audiences both large and small. Vivacious speaker...

Ted Meyer

Ted Meyer

Artist, Curator, and Patient Advocate

travels from USA

Keynote speaker Ted Meyer helps patients, students and medical professionals see the positive in the worst life can offer. Ted’s 18-year project “Scarred for Life: Mono-prints of Human Scars” chronicles the trauma and courage of people who...

Lawton

Emma Lawton

Creative Director, Parkinson's campaigner & Speaker

travels from UK

Graphic designer, creative director and keynote speaker Emma Lawton was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's at only 29 years old. Since then, she has gone on to inspire others with her personal story, empowering them to find their own voice and a...

erica-crompton

Erica Crompton

Mental health speaker, activist, author and freelance journalist sharing her personal story about her progress of disease

travels from UK

As a spokesperson on mental health issues and schizophrenia keynote speaker Erica Crompton is able to entice audiences with her personal story. She has dealt with her own illness for over a decade, but still manages to maintain a job as a freelance...

ruby-wax

Ruby Wax

TV personality and mental health activist is breaking down mental health taboos while making neuroscience interesting

travels from UK

Speaker Ruby Wax is a well known TV personality and an active voice in the battle against mental illness. She facilitates workshops and presents keynotes which focus on neuroscience, communication, and leadership. Ruby effortlessly combines humor...

Chronic illness
5 out of 5 stars

Good to work with, clear communication and quick responses. Made the process easy and helped in conference preparations

Central and Northwest London NHS Foundation Trust

About Chronic illness

  • Chronic illness is illness that is here to stay. There are many types of chronic illness and diseases, some most definitely worse than others.
  • Some types of chronic illness are relatively easy to live with, meaning the patient can lead a fairly normal life, while others can lead to disability and severely decrease a sense of life quality.
  • What types of chronic illness do we know and how do they manifest? What is life with a chronic illness like and what can you do to better conditions?
  • Keynote speakers on chronic illness take a closer look at these matters and questions, maybe also offering useful information, guidelines, etc.
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