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Keynote Speaker, Radio Personality, Television Host and Author
Phyllis Ayman, author of the international best-selling book “OVERDUE Quality Care for Our Elder Citizens”, published February 8, 2019, has become known as “The Voice for Eldercare Advocacy”. Her first book “Nursing Homes to Rehabilitation Centers...What Every Person Needs to Know” was published in December 2017. She has also been published in McKnight’s Senior Living News and has been interviewed by an international journalist.
As an Eldercare Advisor, Advocate, Keynote & Breakout Speaker. Speech/Language Pathologist and Certified Dementia Practitioner, she brings an insider’s view into the nursing home industry after working in 40+skilled nursing/short-term rehabilitation facilities for over 25 years. She provides valuable unique insight and strategic information for individuals and families so they can become more effective advocates when seeking care for loved ones in a short-term rehabilitation, traditional long-term or memory care stay within a skilled nursing facility.
As a speech & language pathologist and Certified Dementia Practitioner, Phyllis has been known for her empathy and high standards while creating innovative programs in an effort to improve the quality of life and quality of care for all nursing home residents. She continues to speak around the country on the needs of our culturally diverse and ever-growing senior population.
Phyllis has been a regular guest on the “Darby and Friends” radio show on WGCH AM Greenwich Business Talk Radio since November 2018; however, she now schedules and interviews her own guests. She was also interviewed on the Sustainable Success Show on Voice America Radio in January 2019 and Boomers Today Podcast in June 2019.
She also conducts webinars and seminars on Caregiving for the public and private sector; notably for a National Insurance Provider, the corporate headquarters of ESPN and CT Justice Department, and is a board member of the Massachusetts Advocates for Nursing Home Reform.
Phyllis joined the team at HPATV to become the host and associate producer of “The Golden Years” in April 2019.