EPCRC - Roy Ice - The Best Questions to Ask Your Aging Clients

Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2024
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Victoria Club, 2521 Arroyo Drive, Riverside, CA 92506
Speaker: Roy Ice, Host and Executive Producer

Especially at pivotal and crucial points of life where we need to make important decisions, instead of discussion, family members often choose to avoid the subject. Why? Well, because as people continue to increase in years, the discomfort of confronting the issues of aging increases as well. Subjects like hospice, geriatric care, dementia, housing, loss of abilities, and any other topic that relates to aging can create heated conversations. So what do family members typically do? They talk about other things. But as professionals who are passionate about helping people have their best life, what are some tools—some key questions that we can ask—that will help our clients overcome the discomfort of the topics of mortality and to create joy within people as they are helped to design the future they and their loved ones desire?

Celebrity success coach, Roy Ice, is the President of Faith For Today Productions and the host of the #1 life coaching series on broadcast television, Lifestyle. Ice has starred as a Stormtrooper in several Lucasfilm productions including the recent Disney+ series, Obi-Wan Kenobi. He has explored the rain forests of Panama, Australia, and Costa Rica, and has plunged into the freezing waters of Finland in December. He received multiple awards as a professional drummer and has been a success coach to Olympic Gold Medalists from various countries. 
  Ice is the author of the books The 12 People You Love, and 12 Things to Try While You're Still Mortal, which climbed to the #1 Bestseller spot on Amazon Kindle Books in July of 2015. In August of 2010, he was nominated for the highest award granted by the SCBWI Guild for his novel, Treasure of Heaven.
His greatest joy comes from helping people get unstuck and on their way to fulfilling their greatest life purpose. His new book, The 5 Questions Rich People Ask, and his new tv show, Friends Vs. Time, both debut within the next year.
He and his wife, Dyna, have enjoyed 23 years of marriage and have two teenage boys who keep them active and laughing.

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