it came to a caregiving presentation, the only name everyone could
agree on was Karen Henderson's!
S. Copas Halton,ON
I just wanted to let
you know that I really appreciated you coming to talk with the class
that I am in. That has got to be the most informative and inspiring
class I have ever been to - no kidding! I really enjoyed your talk;
you are such an inspiring person!
K. Philbrook, Toronto,
On behalf of our group
I want to extend our appreciation to you for your great presentation.
I don't think I have ever had so many positive remarks about any
speaker before. Sincerely Karen, we were taken with your passion
for the topic. The group felt your discussion was invaluable. I
know they will be after me to ask you again.
S. Izenberg Toronto,
Your talk to the Canadian
Club was excellent. It met what I figure are the criteria for a
good Canadian Club address: relevant, timely, well-organized, clearly
presented by a speaker who knew her subject and had a passionate
interest in communicating her message effectively to her audience.
P. Rice Kingston,
I thought today's seminar
was excellentl You did a fine job of presenting an extremely difficult
subject. Although my parents died when I was quite young, I have
an elderly aunt that will require extended care eventually. I found
myself almost in tears several times. Thank you for addressing a
very delicate issue with such finesse!
M.E. Mitchell Toronto,
You had a great talk
on Wednesday and you've done a great job at collecting and organizing
your material. I will gladly refer families to your web site and
services. You certainly talk from the 'heart'.
Dr. P. berkach Toronto,
We were delighted
to have you as our first guest speaker for the Lecture Series on
Caregiving. The audience was extremely interested and motivated
by your lecture. You truly reached out to those individuals caring
for their aging parents and provided them with practical solutions
to resolve their problems. Knowing there are no easy answers to
these difficult situations, you were able to inform family members
that they have choices and that options are available.
P. Pideout Queen's
University Kingston, ON