How do you know if I can help you?
The easiest way to find out is to read what other people have to say, then you know something about me prior to making contact.
I really enjoyed your incredible speech at the Professional Speakers of Australia SA event last Tuesday.
You were engaging, and informative, funny and poignant, and I think everyone, including me, really loved your message " You are what you think."
I would not hesitate to recommend you as a speaker for other people's events.
MPsych, MAPS, FCCLP, AFAIM
Clinical Psychologist, Mindfulness Expert
President: Professional Speakers Association SA 16.11.18
‘Our community members are continually coming to us requesting information on how to navigate aged care, services and grief.
Councils across Australia are recognising their increasing role in providing information, advocacy and referral.
Gail presents in a personable and knowledgeable way and can refer others to information and professionals she knows and trusts.’
Active Ageing Project Officer ~ City of Unley 2.3.18
Thank you so much for writing the Aged Care book - 5 Easy Ways to Solve the Aged Care Puzzle.
In your book you suggested we employ a person who could help us to navigate the whole thing ... and we did!
She has been amazing and I can’t thank you enough for your recommendation.
It was all very complicated because there’s a waiting list for my mother to get level four help ... somehow Bina (the placement consultant) knew how to work the system through the both the Commonwealth and State programs and get more cleaning, ironing, washing and shopping help almost immediately.
This is something I know I could never have been able to do. I want people to buy your book as it’s so helpful and full of really valuable information.
Can’t thank you enough ... for everything.
HW from Mt Barker, South Australia (help was for my parents in Canberra) 1.3.18