Community Presentations

Trustbridge provides in-services and presentations on a variety of Hospice and health care related topics, as a service to both healthcare professionals and community members. For more information or to arrange a presentation, contact your Business Representative or Field Educator at .

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Healthy Ways to a Better You - Taking Care of Yourself!

Are you ever anxious, tired or just feel worn out? Managing stress is hard work. Join us as we share useful, easy to implement tips to help you improve your overall well-being and foster good, healthy habits. Relax with us and leave your problems at the door.

The Holidays....the Most Wonderful Time of the Year?

This presentation suggests ways in which to successfully manage the obligations and emotions, associated with this joyful but stressful time of the year.

Caring for the Caregiver

For family members providing care for a loved one who is ill may seem like an unbearable task at times. This program will focus on ways to provide support and guidance for family members involved in the care of a loved one.


Do you have an attitude of gratitude? Join us to learn how being grateful for what you have is a quick way to shift your perspectives in life. See how this shift in perspective can benefit you in numerous ways: mentally, physically, and socially.

Your Life, Our Passion!

A focused, yet casual conversation to educate attendees about the services we offer to the community. All you need to know about hospice care. The myths and facts.

Memory Loss: Normal or Not? How to Tell the Difference

How often have you misplaced your car keys or forgotten the name of a person you just met? Some degree of memory problems, as well as a modest decline in other thinking skills, is a fairly common part of aging. Join us as we learn what is normal when it comes to memory and aging, and how to recognize the probable signs of more serious problems.

 Senior Bullying: How to recognize it, how to handle it

Bullying can often happen without speaking, in nonverbal behavior by isolating, ignoring and blocking the conversation and friendship formed in the elderly population. It is a form of aggressive behavior in which someone intentionally and repeatedly causes another person injury or discomfort. Join us as we learn to identify this growing problem among older adults and discuss the ways you can handle it.

Heart Disease: Risk Factors, Prevention, and More

Heart disease is the number one leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.  Join us as we discuss the warning signs, causes, risks factors, and the ways you can help prevent this disease.

Hypertension and COVID-19

Did you know there’s a connection between high blood pressure and COVID-19? In this presentation, we will take a closer look at the causes of hypertension and risks associated with COVID-19. We’ll also unpack lifestyle modifications and ways you can help to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Fall Prevention

Experiencing frequent falls can by an indicator of an overall decline in the functional status in the elderly.  A fall with a traumatic injury can irreversibly impact the quality of life.  Join us as we discuss the intrinsic and extrinsic factors that can increase the risk for falls, as well as, the role of the caregiver in fall prevention.

Sleep, an Essential Part of Good Health

Adequate sleep is an essential component to good health, both for the body and the mind. In this presentation, we will take a closer look at the effects sleep has on your health, as well as, the strategies to help you get better sleep.

Life Transitions: Prepare For the Unexpected

Change can be difficult, particularly as we age.  Join us as we share practical tips to help you handle life’s transitions, as well as, the steps for getting your affairs in order.

Maximizing Your Health to Avoid COVID-19

What exactly is COVID-19 and what can I do to protect myself and others? This topic answers those questions using CDC and WHO guidelines and recommendations to help you reduce the spread of COVID-19. We also tackle some developing myths around safety and learn what Trustbridge is doing in caring for their patients and families in the midst of a pandemic.

Quick Stress Relief Meditation

This 7 minute deep breathing exercise will quickly counteract the stress in the nervous system and offers a scientific strategy. In many cases, it can offer an instant stress relief. In other cases, it should be performed regularly throughout the day to experience its effect. This breathing exercise can be performed quickly by just about anyone and is a great introduction to any silent meditation practice.


For more information or to schedule a presentation, please contact: 561-227-5152