Dave is a passionate, articulate speaker, who hosts a syndicated radio show, “The Caregiver Dave Show” heard in all 50 states and 135 countries. Dave is very comfortable speaking in front of large audiences and interviewing celebrities on television (31 Network Morning shows), radio or in person, whether it is Suzanne Somers, Caitlyn Jenner (yes, THAT Caitlyn), Dean Cain, or even as a guest on Christian TV: 700 Club, CBN, TBN, Daystar, Huckabee. He has written several books and articles,
His #1 Best-Selling book was released in September, 2017 entitled, It’s My Life, Too! Thrive and Stay Alive as a Caregiver” (his 4th book will be released April, 2010). Dave is an expert in his field of Family Caregiving. He is very funny, entertaining and unforgettable as he shares his positive, encouraging message of overcoming adversities and obstacles to any audience (especially caregivers).
He speaks from the heart to those who most need to hear his message of how to avoid burnout and survive the grief process, while remembering to never lose hope!
The advertising rate for our podcast/video-cast/radio show is $50/Show (minimum 13 weekly shows), but we also have a yearly contract for $2000 (52 weeks) which brings the rate down to a little over $38 per show, including 4 one-hour interviews per year, 2, two-minute commercials per show, my intro to the show announcing that our show is sponsored by your company, our show (along with your commercials) being aired on 16 different audio and video platforms globally, and finally, you will be sent the audio and video file of the shows to share on all your social media platforms.
Thank you for your interest in acquiring an interview with best-selling author and award-winning speaker, Dave Nassaney. Below is all the information you will need to do a very informative and entertaining interview to educate your audience about caregiving and what to do about the problems associated with it.
Name: Dave Nassaney (pronounced nuh-‘saan-nee, with emphasis on the second syllable)
Phone: Los Angeles (661) 904-5060 — New York (212) 299-9194 — Honolulu (808) 793-4979
DAVE NASSANEY is a speaker, syndicated radio host, life-coach and best-selling author of, “It’s My Life, Too! Thrive and Stay Alive as a Caregiver.” However, his most important role is caregiver to his lovely wife, Charlene, who suffered a massive stroke in 1996 that left her severely speech-impaired and paralyzed on the right side.
Dave has recently appeared on 24 network morning shows from Washington DC to Hawaii, and spoken & shared the stage with Suzanne Somers at Harvard, and Caitlyn Jenner (yes, THAT Caitlyn), at The Harvard Club of Boston, as well as the Nasdaq Market site in NYC. His membership website, CaregiverDave.com, teaches caregivers how to not only survive, but to thrive with practical advice and tools to help them stay alive, since 30% of caregivers actually die before their loved one’s do, while 60% become sicker than the ones they care for, eventually needing a caregiver themselves. There is also a higher incidence of suicide among caregivers.
The mission of Caregiver Dave’s membership website and syndicated radio show, heard in all 50 state and 135 countries, is to help caregivers overcome adversity, the grief process, and burnout — as well as just having a safe place to rest, relax & recharge their batteries in a loving community of caring caregivers. We understand what you are going through, because we have all been there ourselves and have figured out how to not only stay alive, but how to thrive! Dave interviews actual caregivers, who have become experts in their field, and can give you actionable and practical advice to bring back the joy of caring for a loved one. If needed, Dave also offers a package of mentoring calls that will give you access to his wisdom. Learn more at www.CaregiverDave.com
Today’s guest is known in caregiver circles as, “Dave, The Caregiver’s Caregiver”, aka, Dave Nassaney. (Nuh-‘Sann-Knee, accent on 2nd syllable). Dave helps caregivers avoid burnout and survive the grief process. Now before you say, “Wait a minute, I’m not a caregiver,” Just hold on! EVERYONE out there will one day either become a caregiver, or need a caregiver. Just think about your parents as they age. Alzheimer’s, Dementia, falls, cancer, ALS, Parkinson’s, Diabetes, the list is endless.