Andrea Gallagher Presentations
Andrea has a unique understanding of baby boomer life transitions, life planning and caring for an aging loved one; common themes in her presentations. Andrea is a skilled and experienced moderator and will help your organization build programs around panel discussions. Panel discussions can significantly increase the interest, engagement and impact of your event. She is also an experienced retreat moderator. Retreats are an excellent tool for clarifying or reaffirming your organization's strategy and for stimulating and nurturing teamwork.
- Rethinking Your Future™ – can be adapted to any audience
If you’re passing the 50 year mile marker… you will live longer than any generation before you. You will also experience the complexities of life unlike any other generation. Decisions that you make today will have greater importance for you, your family and those around you. Unfortunately there’s no road map to follow because your goals and circumstances are unique to you. Discover more about yourself, and what you need to know to make smart life choices.
- Do You Know What to Do With the Next 30 Years of Your Life? – can be adapted to any audience
Another of Andrea’s signature presentations answering the questions – What can I expect? Will my money be there? How will I spend my time? And what will keep me motivated? Learn about the emerging challenges and opportunities in work, family, care giving, and aging and the new definition of retirement.
- Don’t Retire, Rewire – for soon to be retirees or those currently retired
Most of us have “a lot of living to do”. Whether you are already retired or considering your options – uncover the key values that drive you and discover how to live your own unique purpose.
- Meaning, Message and Motion: The Secret to Getting Boomers to Take Action – for professionals working with the Boomer population
60% of Baby Boomers will become caregivers in their lifetime, 40% will be forced to leave their job before they want to, and 49% will need long-term care before they die. Whether you are a geriatric care manager, a career coach, a long-term care provider or a nonprofit targeting Boomers for donations and volunteerism; getting Boomers to think about their future and act on it, can be a daunting task. Learn how to appeal to the heads and hearts of Boomers, so that they will buy your service or join your cause. Leave this session with a template for engaging Boomers that is unique to your business or organization.
- The Life Planning Movement: Growth and Innovation for Positive Aging –can be adapted to any audience
Somewhere between the economic meltdown, the dizzying array of retirement options and the tidal wave of Baby Boomers who want to do it “their way”, a subtle but potentially seismic shift has occurred in the world of personal development. Life Planning has started to become main stream. Whether you are an individual, a career coach, financial planner, or nonprofit geared towards Boomers, there is an opportunity for you to embrace the principles that focus on preparation for positive and meaningful life transitions. Come learn more about the Life Planning movement and how its principles can help you!
- Housing The Boomers: Reinventing Senior Living –can be adapted to any audience
Learn about the impending housing and lifestyle issues facing our aging Boomer population. The next generation of seniors will be almost four times the size of the generation before them, making choices more complex. Discover the variety of housing options becoming available for the Boomer generation as they lead the way in reinventing senior living!
- Women’s Health, Wealth and Life Goals Summit – woman aged 50+
This interactive full-day workshop offers a guided process of discovery and exploration to the most important aspects of life planning. The program will focus on helping participants to Build Their Dreams…Make Their Voice Heard…Create their Legacy… and Optimize Their Health as they age. Participants will explore their purpose, values, plans and expectations as they rethink their future and create action plans, resources and strategies to stay on track.
- Caring for An Aging Loved One – Lessons in Caregiving – can be adapted for any audience
Eight years ago Andrea and her husband Peter “adopted” elderly neighbors Fred and Hildy. What began as small favors for the couple blossomed into a role as caregivers, later becoming financial, legal and medical powers of attorney for the couple. Hear about the challenges of caring for an aging loved one and valuable lessons learned. This is a must-hear for most of us who will assume a caregiver role some time in our future!