National Management Training week was founded in 2020, by Lisa I. Perez to raise awareness of the need for ongoing management development and preparedness in the workplace 
particularly related to soft-skills for managing the HUMAN element of managing people.  She's made it her mission to provide training focused on Transforming the Human in Human Resources® so that managers have the skills necessary to ensure, "Every Employee Walks out of their office with their dignity intact".

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  Join us for a week of VIRTUAL EVENTS as we focus on


August 19th through 23rd, 2024

(3rd Full Week of August)

M,T,W, F 2-3pm    Thurs 9 am - 4 pm  EST

8/19 - 8/23 2024
(Virtual Event)

What our attendees are saying...

Judith Charlton, Broward County Program/Project Coordinator
Human Resources/Learning & Organizational Development

So well organized and with so many speakers, they were all on time, ending your conference on time. The two stretch sessions were something that I’ve not experienced before and I loved it! Great job...

Jamaican Business Woman ManagerJamaican Business Woman Manager

- Wonderful wonderful event! SO SO important to humanize HR.

- All the speakers were engaging Lots of information...

-Good variety of topics, I enjoyed the focus on the Human factor.

-Loved all the different speakers and the DROM breaks!


CEO's and their Executive Teams on the cutting edge who want to re-align leadership to focus on the Human element of management and leadership, discover solutions to workplace challenges and introduce new concepts and strategies across the organization. 
Human Resources Professionals at every stage of their career focused on new and forward thinking practices and strategies, who want to harness the collective knowledge obtained to offer solutions to improve business performance.
Certified Human Resources Professionals looking to expand their HR Body of Knowledge, impact their organizations with transformational strategies and secure 5.25 recertification credits. 
Managers who are focused on self-development and seeking ways to improve their managerial acumen particularly focused on the Human element.


60% of employees say managers are the reason they left their company.
Training must provide the PEOPLE SKILLS necessary to manage the HUMAN ELEMENT.
The LACK OF MANAGEMENT TRAINING in the workplace continues to negatively impact employee retention.
There is a CRITICAL NEED for consistent, effective management training to IMPROVE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT.

Thank You to our 2023 Bronze Sponsor



This Program is Approved for 9.25 credits toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®).


HBL Resources, Inc. is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.  This program is PENDING credits for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.”


National Management Training Week 2024
Weekday Sessions M,T,W,F from 2-3PM EST 

Lisa I. Perez
Founder, National Management Training Week 

Session Topic:  Strategies for New Hire Engagement and Retention

Emily Harper
Co-Founder & COO, Villyge

Session TopicTransforming HR: Strategies to Upskill Managers in Navigating Team Relationships

Dr. Gregory Buschman, Ph. D.
President / Strategic Leadership Development

Session Topic: Strength-based Employee Development

Elisa Calosso
Founder / UFlourish Coaching

Session TopicBeyond Burnout: Understanding the Silent Epidemic of Exhaustion

Bob DePasquale 
Chief Generosity Guy, Bob DePasquale Media

Session Topic:  Generosity is Good Business

Dr. Laura Carapella
Leadership and Educational Consultant, Carapella Consulting

Session Topic:  Why we get bullied and what to do about it

Russell Correa
Principal, Zeta Consulting Group 

Session Topic:  Dealing with Workplace Conflict

Isabel Porzecanski
President / People Traction LLC

Session Topic:  Creating an Intentional Company Culture

Carla Harris
CEO / The People Institute

Session Topic:  Navigating Emotions: Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence at Work

Roslyn Rice
Co-Founder / DPI LLC

Session Topic:  Unlocking the Secrets of Difficult Employees

Val Shah
Founder, DROM™

Session: Break Time Virtual DROM™ Energizer

Speakers are subject to change.

Lisa I. Perez, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Founder & CEO, The Complete Manager Makeover

About Your Keynote Session & Host

Transforming the Human in Human Resources®

Workplace statistics regarding the lack of management development in the workplace and their result on employee retention continue to go unaddressed and therefore unchanged.  Lisa uses lessons from The Butterfly and her own Leadership Journey to share and demonstrate critically important managerial soft-skills that are key to getting the job done, becoming an exceptional leader and ensuring “no matter how tough the conversation, every employee walks out of your office with their dignity intact".

In this session participants will learn:

Critical components of organizational culture that lead to increased employee engagement and retention.
Self-development strategies that build and maintain successful leadership skills, improve working relationships and ensure effective team dynamics.
Essential skills needed to maintain high levels of personal and professional integrity that promote ethical and accountable organizational cultures.

Lisa is on the mission of Transforming the Human in Human Resources®. She speaks to organizations and associations about the critical soft-skills required to reduce the statistics indicating 60% of employees say that managers are the reason they left them company. (According to The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Her goal is to ensure “no matter how tough the conversation, every employee walks out of a manager's office with their dignity intact”. In doing so, organizations reduce liability, increase employee retention and improve business performance.

She is Founder & President of human resources consulting company, HBL Resources, Inc., The Complete Manager Makeover, an HR support & training membership platform, and National Management Training Week.  She conducts Keynotes, Plenary & Breakout Sessions, Workshops, Speeches & Trainings on a variety of topics.

She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and holds two nationally recognized HR Certifications, The Human Resource Certification Institute’s (HRCI) Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification and SHRM’s Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). Her firm is designated as an approved provider of recertification credit programs from both the SHRM and HRCI.

Recognized throughout her 30 year HR career including two 2020 American Business Awards® Silver Stevie Awards for Entrepreneur of the Year and Human Resources Professional of the Year, she attributes the success to her passion for people and desire to give back to her community.  She volunteers for S.C.O.R.E. Broward, her local Chamber of Commerce, Broward County's KIDS AND THE POWER OF WORK (KAPOW) Program and Oasis Church of Pembroke Pines, Florida.

Originally, from Brooklyn, NY, she is a wife, mom, grandma and considers herself a craft geek.

ALL of the speakers presented relevant interesting topics.  Wonderful wonderful event!  SO SO important to humanize HR.

Alissa Chaim

Human Resources Business Partner

What else attendees are saying...

The presenters were excellent; loved the topics and the convenience of online learning.
The energy was tremendous. The information was great. And Lisa. What can I say about Lisa-she's a powerhouse for putting all of this together.
Great lineup of speakers. Loved the opportunity to network in the breakout rooms.
This was wonderful. All the sessions were full of information resources and I cannot wait to share and implement a few these.
Val Shah's exercises were awesome!

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Roslyn Rice

Co-Founder / DPI LLC

Unlocking the Secrets of Difficult Employees

As business owners, we've all dealt with a difficult customer or employee. It can be exhausting.

This session will provide solutions to communicate, motivate, and confront difficult people.

We invite you to come & build confidence as a business leader to boost morale and productivity.

Learning Objectives:

The 5 Type of Difficult People In Every Organization

1. How to address and motivate them.

2. How to effectively communicate with difficult people.

Roslyn is Co-Founder of DPI, LLC, a high-impact business consulting firm.

DPI are trusted advisers that help address employees that suck the life out of an organization.

Roslyn is a speaker and bestselling author as well as a collaborative, client-centric business professional experienced in creating spaces of belonging that allow organizations to fuel sustainable growth and navigate market volatility.

Roslyn embraces truthful connections, storytelling, relevant facts and humor to pull in her audience and bravely inspire them.

She currently serves as Immediate Past President of NAWBO (National Association Of Women Business Owners) South Florida, member of the Miramar Pembroke Pines Chamber Of Commerce and a lead consultant with Florida International University Small Business Development Center.


Lisa I. Perez

Founder, National Management Training Week

Understanding Behavior Styles to Improve Performance

The dynamics associated with behavior plays a key role in shaping our world at work and at home, by understanding how one behaves, reacts, and engages with others. Organizations embracing the model of human behavior can benefit through less conflict, creating more effective teams, improving communication and improved productivity while shaping an organization with better overall performance. Enjoy the interactive DISCovery of the model of human behavior including insights that will help shape the world at work while improving personal and business relationships.

Learning Objectives
• Understand general characteristics and tendencies of all four behavior styles.
• Understand interaction dynamics among the styles and how to use this insight to improve productivity, communication, team building, conflict resolution and more.
• Participants learn how to be better leaders, colleagues, and work better as a team and individually.

Lisa I. Perez is a USA Today Best Selling Author and the Founder & President of HR consulting company, HBL Resources, Inc., HR Support & Training Membership platform The Complete Manager Makeover and National Management Training Week. She is on the mission of Transforming the Human in Human Resources®.

As a member of SHRM and holds two nationally recognized HR Certifications and her firm is designated as an approved provider of recertification credit programs from both the SHRM and HRCI.

Recognized throughout her 30-year HR career including two 2020 American Business Awards® Silver Stevie Awards for Entrepreneur of the Year and Human Resources Professional of the Year, she attributes the success to her passion for people and desire to give back to her community. She volunteers for Jim Moran Institute, S.C.O.R.E. Broward, Broward County's KAPOW Program, her family Church and is a Board Member of her local Chamber.

Originally, from Brooklyn, NY, she is a wife, mom, grandma and considers herself a craft geek. 


Carla Harris

CEO / The People Institute

Navigating Emotions: Unleashing the Power of Emotional Intelligence at Work

This course is a transformative training program designed to equip professionals with the essential skills and mindset to leverage emotional intelligence in their work environment. Focusing on developing self-awareness, understanding and managing emotions, fostering empathy, and building effective relationships.

Learning Objectives:

1. Develop self-awareness: Gain deep insights into personal emotions, strengths, weaknesses, and triggers. Cultivate self-awareness as a foundation for emotional intelligence and professional growth.

2. Understand emotions in the workplace: Explore the impact of emotions on individual and team performance. Recognize the connection between emotions, behaviors, and outcomes in various workplace scenarios.

3. Manage emotions effectively: Learn strategies to regulate and manage emotions in a constructive manner. Develop techniques to handle stress, frustration, and pressure, enabling greater emotional resilience and well-being.

4. Cultivate empathy and understanding: Enhance empathy and the ability to understand and relate to the emotions and perspectives of others. Develop effective communication skills to build strong, collaborative relationships with colleagues and stakeholders.

5. Enhance communication skills: Discover techniques for clear and empathetic communication. Learn active listening, nonverbal communication, and assertiveness skills to improve workplace interactions and foster mutual understanding.

Carla Harris is a corporate trainer with expertise in influencing workplace culture, leadership dynamics, and the development of individuals. As the Founder and CEO of The People Institute, Carla is at the forefront of initiatives that drive positive change within organizations. She is the visionary behind the Diversity Corporate Challenge, a groundbreaking six-month program focused on "actionizing" policies related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Carla's dedication to growth extends beyond corporate training, as she is an Executive and Image Coach for women leaders.

Carla is an accomplished author, with notable publications such as "FaithWorks! An Innovative Approach to Workforce Development," which takes a deep dive into the humanistic delivery of social services, and her contribution to the anthology "Women of Courage, Volume IV." She received her undergrad degree in Management Studies from the University of Maryland. Her multifaceted approach to training and coaching has left an indelible mark on the professional landscape of the clients she serves.


Elisa Calosso

Founder and Practitioner / UFlourish Coaching

Beyond Burnout: Understanding the Silent Epidemic of Exhaustion

Two in five workers are experiencing feelings of burnout. Far more than just a feeling tired or stressed, burnout is a pervasive state of emotional, physical and mental exhaustion that can have profound consequences on individuals and organizations alike. Through a combination of research and practical strategies, we explore the root causes of burnout, its impact on our health and well-being, and most importantly, how to prevent and overcome it.

Learning Objectives:

1. How to recognize the signs of burnout.

2. Practical strategies to prevent it.

3. How to create a safe environment and culture to support employees.

Elisa Calosso is a seasoned Human Resources professional and the Founder of UFlourish Coaching who has transformed into a driving force for positive change. With over 15 years in Fortune 500 companies, she climbed the corporate ladder while silently dealing with anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia and to the point of burning out. This journey led her to a profound realization during a pivotal moment with her doctor where the only solution at that point was to keep increasing her prescription medication. However, this situation prompted a commitment to turn her challenges to inspire a sense of hope, illustrating that it's possible to rise above adversity and find fulfillment.

Driven by a passion for internal growth, Elisa delved into self-discovery and she's on a mission to empower professionals and business owners away from burnout, stress, and anxiety. Her unique approach blends her Human Resources experience and insights with transformative methodologies, helping clients uncover the roots of their issues.

Elisa invites individuals exhausted from trying conventional solutions to join her on a journey towards a healthier and more fulfilling life. She offers a supportive, confidential and safe space for clients to discover their purpose and courageously take that crucial first step.

Elisa's academic background includes a Bachelor of Science and a Master's Degree from the University of Florida and Florida International University, along with PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification. She is also certified as a Clinical EFT Practitioner, Energy Psychology Practitioner, Professional Life Success Coach, Yoga Instructor.


Russell Correa

Principal / Zeta Consulting Group

Dealing With Workplace Conflict

Interpersonal and inter-departmental conflict can reduce productivity and compromise business objectives. This program explores the nature of conflict and provides participants with skills and techniques for not only minimizing and resolving conflict but also integrating differences to move business forward. It includes role-play and exercises that allow employees to practice and refine their new skills.

Learning Objectives:  

1.  Learn how to manage emotional reactions to conflict.

2.  Learn strategies to address conflict with colleagues.

3.  Learn how to minimize future tension points.

Russell brings over 20 years of experience as a licensed clinician, consultant, crisis manager and certified executive coach. As a consultant, he works with both national and regional client groups across multiple industries, helping them address issues that impact organizational health and well-being. As a clinician, Russell is a licensed mental health counselor in New York, Florida, and California. His work with individual clients is based on positive psychology and focuses on developing a client’s sense of personal resiliency and working past old thinking patterns and behaviors. 

Russell is an EMDR trained and approved therapist through EMDRIA and works with clients (including firefighters and first responders) work past trauma that is negatively impacting their personal and professional lives. Russell also has extensive experience working with clients in the entertainment industry (both Above-The-Line, Below-The-Line and Music Artists) and has worked with the talent side in both scripted and unscripted content. 

Finally, as an executive coach, Russell works with mid-management to senior level leadership with organizational issues like strategy building, career development/transitions, performance management and leadership skill development (see addendum for more extensive description of entertainment industry experience).

Russell has been featured at over 30 HR and Industry Association groups since 2014. He most recently spoke at Paramount’s Global Annual HR Forum in Dec 2023 and Florida College Systems Council of Business Affairs Conference in June 2023, where he presented on the impact of burnout and emotional health issues in the workplace and the importance of implementing proactive wellness initiatives.


Lisa I. Perez, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

Founder, The CMM & National Management Training Week

Transforming the Human in Human Resources®

Workplace statistics regarding the lack of management development in the workplace and their result on employee retention continue to go fundamentally unaddressed and therefore unchanged. 60% of employees say managers are the reason they left their company* and 31% of employees say manager unprofessionalism is their reason for leaving. ** The 2019 Retention report stated, "With U.S. turnover continuing to trend up and the preventable reasons for leaving also trending up, it appears that organizations are not taking the necessary actions to prevent employees from quitting" And it doesn't seem to be changing.

Lisa uses lessons from The Butterfly and her own Leadership journey to share and demonstrate critically important managerial soft-skills that are key to getting the job done, becoming an exceptional leader and ensuring "no matter how tough the conversation, every employee walks out of your office with their dignity intact".

Learning Objectives:

1. Critical components of organizational culture that lead to increased employee belonging, engagement and retention.

2. Self-development strategies that build and maintain successful leadership skills, improve working relationships and ensure effective team dynamics.

3. Essential skills needed to maintain high levels of personal and professional integrity that promote ethical and accountable organizational cultures.

*According to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

**The Work Institute 


Isabel Porzecanski

President / People Traction LLC

Creating an Intentional Company Culture

In this session, we will learn how to build an intentional and healthy company culture so your employees can thrive.

Learning Objectives:

1. We will learn about the different types of company cultures.

2. We will assess how your company's culture ranks in the areas of intentionality and health.

3. We will describe what it takes to create an intentional company culture.

Isabel Porzecanski is a highly experienced professional with a career spanning over 25 years in Operations and Human Resources within the luxury hospitality industry.

With a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities of this sector, she has honed the skills for attracting, retaining, and developing top talent. Her expertise ranges from designing and implementing HR initiatives to fostering positive company cultures that enhance employee engagement and drive business results.

Passionate about people and deeply curious, Isabel holds a coaching certification from “Performance Consultants International”, the pioneer and global leader of coaching in the workplace. She uses the “GROW Model” as a coaching framework in conversations, meetings, and everyday leadership for problem solving, goal setting, performance improvement, and to unlock potential and possibilities.

Isabel is a Professional EOS Implementer®, helping companies leverage proven tools and processes to get what they want from their businesses.

She has worked in Europe, North America, South America, and the Caribbean, and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese. Her successful track record and proven ability to drive business results through people strategies makes her a valuable asset to any organization looking to enhance their people practices.


Dr. Gregory Buschman, Ph. D.

President / Strategic Leadership Development

Strength-based Employee Development

Many people believe we are dealt a hand of cards in life, and we must make the best of the hand we are dealt. However, science has proven just the opposite. Every human has the ability to add strength “cards” to the hand nature dealt them.

Learning Objectives

1. The manager’s role as a mentor/coach, personal responsibility, and ownership in maintaining high levels performance.

2. Dealing with performance, positive employee coaching skills.

3. Using strength building discipline versus demoralizing punishment.

4. Improving employee satisfaction through motivation skills.

Dr. Greg Buschman, Ph.D., spent 30 years in corporate management where he gained a reputation for revitalizing under-performing employees, teams, and divisions. He created high-performance in-office and remote teams rewarded by national top performance awards, president’s and diamond club memberships, and presentations on business development to global business leaders. 

Greg’s book, “I Think, You Think, We All Think Differently: Leadership Skills for Millennials and Gen Z”, was an Amazon #1 new release for business management and recently ranked the #8 must-read for leaders by the Nonprofit Leadership Center of Tampa Bay. 

His highly interactive courses, seminars, and workshops blend professional experience with academic research to create KSAs and KPIs based on applied theory and practice. These knowledge, skills, and abilities improve leadership effectiveness, employee satisfaction, team performance, and talent retention, innovation, and diversity.


Val Shah

Health and Wellness Expert, DROM Practice


Looking for a unique and fun way to engage your team or group?  Ready to get out of your seats and have some fun?  Maybe you need an engaging way to relieve stress and increase productivity, trying to find that perfect activity that everyone can participate in.  HERE IT IS!!

Val Shah is an international presenter who promotes the importance of mental health and well-being through DROM.  From corporate events and speaking engagements to energizers, a membership program and trainings, no matter the size of audience, Val engages people to move, think creatively, reduce stress and feel a renewed sense of empowerment.


Bob DePasquale

Chief Generosity Guy / Bob DePasquale Media

Generosity is Good Business

The greatest growth strategy is not about acquiring customers, talent, and other businesses - It’s about giving.

Traditional plans for hard work, productivity, and competitiveness are short term tactics - Motivation runs out.

A radically generous culture is the sustainable solution - people’s primary motivations must be to support their colleagues and to be part of your organization’s great mission.

Learning Objectives:

1. Acknowledge your innate human desire to collaborate and be generous.

2. Determine your unique skillset and how to be generous to your colleagues.

3. Discover Bob’s “ACE” 3-step process for executing a generous culture and experiencing radical growth.

Being generous makes everyone’s life better. It doesn’t matter if you are the giver, the receiver, or just an on-looker.

Bob learned this lesson at a very young age. In fact, if it wasn’t for some generous acts, Bob likely wouldn’t be here today. He has dedicated his life to empowering mission-driven organizations to build cultures of generosity that are made up of fulfilled employees and satisfied customers.

The Generosity Guy has worked professionally and in volunteer roles for 23 years, in three different countries, and in 17 states.

When Bob was given a cancer diagnosis and experienced the tragic events of 9/11 in New York City, he thought not only his life over, but everyone else’s too. He went from feeling like an invincible 18-year-old to an unworthy victim of life.

What happened in the months and years following was truly miraculous - or was it generous? The acts of generosity he experienced saved his life.

Bob’s story is unique but his perspective resonates with anyone who wants to enjoy the work they do, give to others, and make a positive impact in the world.


Dr. Laura Carapella

Leadership and Educational Consultant, Professional Speaker, Researcher and Author, Carapella Consulting

Why We Get Bullied and What To Do About It

A presentation that delves into the intricate dynamics of bullying and offers practical solutions to address its impact. Participants will learn to deliver persuasive messages about bullying, exchange crucial information effectively within their organizations, and enhance their listening skills to better address concerns. We will explore the foundational power dynamics that contribute to bullying, the psychological reasons behind such behavior, and outline actionable steps to create a more empathetic and supportive workplace.

Learning Objectives:

1. Delivering Messages: Clearly articulate the reasons behind bullying and identify effective strategies to address and prevent it.

2. Exchanging Organizational Information: Equip you to effectively translate and communicate these strategies across different levels or units in your organization.

3. Listening: Enhance your ability to understand and reflect on the information provided, seeking feedback and addressing concerns beyond the behavior, emphasizing a humanizing approach.

Dr. Laura Carapella, an educator, visionary leader, and advocate for health, communication, and diversity, equity, and inclusion, has dedicated the past 26 years to fostering transformative growth. Dr. Carapella's journey began as a teacher while she pursued her Master of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse and her Doctorate of Education degree from Columbia University in human behavior.

She earned tenure as a professor at both Ithaca College and the State University of New York at Cortland, where she taught courses in diversity, human behavior, and health-related topics. At SUNY Cortland, Dr. Carapella was recognized for excellence in teaching, patented a digital health currency, and trained business leaders, school districts, and healthcare staff on innovative approaches to human behavior. At Ithaca College, she secured grants to study anxiety reduction through proactive gratitude, developed and marketed an app, and published three children's books along with 23 peer-reviewed publications and conference presentations.

Dr. Carapella has delivered over 200 workshops and trainings, sharing her expertise on transformation and her scholarly work. As an entrepreneur, she founded Carapella Consulting, a venture focused on education, leadership, diversity, equity, inclusion, and dignity, continuing to drive transformative processes for organizations and individuals.

Beyond academia, Dr. Carapella actively engages with the community, serving in advisory roles for the LGBTQ+ community and supporting business leaders, healthcare staff, and educational communities. At home, she is the spouse of an amazing chiropractor and the mother of two energetic young boys. She enjoys discovering life's stages anew through the lens of a parent, alongside her mischievous golden retriever and cuddly mastiff.

Dr. Carapella is excited to share her passion for addressing bullying and fostering empathy in her presentation today.


Ryan Herd 

Founder, Caregiver Smart Solutions

Improving Retention, Productivity & Engagement of Caregivers in Your Workplace

In today's fast-paced world, where work-life balance is increasingly becoming a priority for employees, organizations are constantly striving to create an environment that promotes employee well-being and satisfaction. One significant way to achieve this is by including caregiving in employees' benefits packages. By offering support and resources for caregiving responsibilities, employers  and people managers can enhance retention rates, boost productivity, and improve overall employee attitude. In this session, we will explore the various ways in which including caregiving in employee benefits packages can have a positive impact on managing these employees in the workplace.

Key Learning Objectives

1. Gain new insight to meet the needs of modern employees in what's been titled the "sandwich generation"
2. Understand the impact that employee's with caregiving responsibilities have on retention and employee loyalty.
3.   Discover how supporting caregivers in the workplace can increase productivity, promote a positive employee attitude and improve morale.

Ryan Herd is an accomplished author, serial entrepreneur, patent holder, and TEDx speaker who has made a name for himself in the world of "smart" technology. However, his passion for this field goes beyond professional accolades. As a caregiver to his father, Ryan has firsthand experience of the challenges that caregivers face every day.  

Ryan is Founder of Caregiver Smart Solutions, a patent holder, & IRONMAN. He is focused on improving the well-being of aging loved ones by empowering caregivers & companies.



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