October 24: Altoona, Pennsylvania, Hollidaysburg Veterans home. Sponsered by Asera Care, contact Wendy Faust at 814-941-2900 for more information.
October 25: DuBois, Pennsylvania, AseraCare, 231 Allegheny Blvd., Brookville PA 15825. Call 814-913-1430 for more information.
November 1: Saint Petersburg, Florida., Soul Injury Ceremony. Saint Petersburg Marriott Clearwater, 12600 Roosevelt Blvd. Clearwater, Fl., 33716. Call Pat at 727-385-8471 for information and to register (limited to the first 50 registrants).
November 3: St Petersburg, Eckerd College, Academy of Senior Professionals at 9:45, Deborah will speak on Aging and Chronic Illness; Redeeming the Destiny We Were Born to Fulfil.
November 4 & 5: Brevard County, 25th Annual Long Term Care Symposium with Brevard County Medical Directors Association. Deborah Grassman will present, “Wounded Warriors: Their Last Battle.” For information contact; Joan Blake at 321-752-2549 or Joan.Blake@vitas.com.
November 11: Charleston, West Virginia. HPNA Charleston Chapter
November 13: McDonagh, GA.
November 14: Fort Benning, Georgia. Fort Benning Infantry Museum, 1775 Legacy Way, Columbus, Ga.
November 20: Colombia, Missouri. Easterseals sponsored Caregiver Support Workshop.
November 24: Dallas, Texas. Save a Soldier Event sponsored by WYSH Welcome Your Soldier Home Non-Profit. Contact; Estephania La Baron at 512.535.8885.
January 19 – 26: Palo Alto, California
February 27: Bethlehem, PA. Annual Psychology and Spirituality Lectures.
March 10: Tidewell Hospice, Sarasota, Florida
March 17, 18 & 19: Lincoln, Nebraska.
Book Circles: Consider Starting One
What do churches, civic groups, book clubs, community associations, and prisons have in common? They have used Deborah’s book, The Hero Within, Redeeming the Destiny We Were Born To Fulfill, as a guide for creating and achieving pervasive, personal peace. Deborah provides clear, practical, and meaningful perspectives based on the hospice care she provided to more than 10,000 dying people: “Everything I know about living, I learned from the dying.” These insights are shared in simple, powerful ways that not only provide insight, but tools for personal growth and healing:
-“I keep this book at my bedside now and reference it frequently.”
-“I wish I would have known about this book years ago. It would have saved me a lot of heartache.”
-“Sharing the concepts within a community was simply awesome.”
Sharing stories in a small community of trustworthy people, remind us that we belong to one another and that we can help each other. Stories connect us to each other and ourselves. Don’t miss this opportunity for new vistas that will awaken your interior hero. Contact us and we will help you start an 8-week Book Circle. Deborah will even join you via phone for one of them!