Monica’s warm and engaging speaking style is helping to bridge the silence that is so pervasive for those dealing with disease, loss, and crisis.
A former weekly newspaper reporter and editor, Monica Vest Wheeler focuses on coping with and surviving the everyday and emotional challenges of brain-related injuries, illnesses and diseases.
In addition to co-authoring a book on coping with cancer, Monica has written books about Alzheimer’s and stroke, plus hundreds of blog and Facebook posts about the above topics and brain injuries, brain tumors-brain cancer and other catastrophic health issues.
She’s spent thousands of hours working with and interviewing hundreds of patients, survivors, families and caregivers, and healthcare professionals, and interviewed individuals affected by the horrors of the Holocaust and intolerance. She’s given dozens of presentations on ways to cope with the emotions of catastrophic injuries, illnesses and diseases; the need to communicate; ways to express emotions on paper and verbally, how to use family history to better understand oneself and family today; and much more.
Her warm and engaging speaking style is helping to bridge the silence that is so pervasive for those dealing with disease, loss and crisis.
For more information about Monica’s books or to arrange a presentation for your group or organization, contact Monica at 1-877-267-4640 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choose from one of Monica’s signature presentations, or we can work together to customize a presentation for your group.
Alzheimer's, Dementia, & Memory Loss
For family caregivers:
“The Reality of Denial”
“Secret Prescription for Alzheimer’s Caregivers”
“The New Normal”
“There is Life After Stroke”
Traumatic Brain Injuries
“Take Time to Meet the Real Me”
“TBI: Beyond the ‘Event'”
For high school and teen audiences:
“Tolerance is Not a Joke”
For general adult audiences:
“Look at Your Level of Tolerance in the Mirror”