Media & Speakers Inquiry

Thank you for your interest in Tabitha! A variety of presentations can be offered to groups or organizations at the facility or at Tabitha, if requested. See below for a list of available topics.

For additional information, contact Tabitha Marketing at Marketing@Tabitha.org, 402.486.8559  or complete the form below.

Available Presentation Topics

  • Advance Directives and Planning: 80% of Americans prefer to spend their final days at home, but fewer than 25% do. Learn about how to determine and share your end-of-life wishes in this enlightening presentation.
  • Brain Health: Is there anything YOU can do to prevent memory loss? This engaging presentation talks about the basic brain functions that affect memory and activities you can do to keep your brain in top health.
  • Death, Grief and Healing: Through death, grief and healing, learn about the signs of end of life and the processes for healing through grief.
  • Flu Prevention: More than just a flu shot – learn all you need to know to stay healthy this flu season.
  • Giving Opportunities: As a nonprofit, faith-based organization, Tabitha has made the commitment to serve all those in need, even those who have outlived their resources and have nowhere else to turn. Find out how you can help make a difference in the lives of Seniors in your community.
  • Healthy Aging and Nutrition: This presentation outlines a healthy diet, the benefit of certain nutrients as we age, as well other ways to boost the immune system and prevent disease.
  • Home Safety and Fall Prevention: This presentation outlines the factors that contribute to falls and provides ways to make the home safer.
  • Medication Management: This presentation helps identify the risks and benefits of medication therapy, notes the differences between over the counter and prescription medications, shows common problems associated with medication use and identifies tools to help take medication safely.
  • Memory Behaviors: This presentation helps health care providers identify and manage the sometimes difficult behaviors associated with memory loss.
  • Pain Management: This presentation helps health care professionals learn the types of pain and how to help patients experiencing pain through hospice care.
  • Tabitha Senior Care Services: Tabitha's range of Senior Care services is designed to help families explore services that accomplish their health goals, whether that means staying independently in the home, moving to a senior living community with care options or adjusting to a medical diagnosis and living comfortably through hospice care.
  • Understanding Hospice Care: Learn about the philosophy of hospice care and how its practices can help individuals and families through their end-of-life journey.
  • Volunteer Opportunities: Learn about the various ways volunteers help Tabitha fulfill its mission of providing compassionate care for Seniors. From group opportunities to personal enrichment, there are endless possibilities.

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