PERMISSION TO TALK
HEALTH FAIR COMING
JUNE 25TH 2016
past event speaker
"know your liver"
dr. amanda cheung
Hepatology & Liver Transplant
Sacramento/Folsom Liver Clinic
guitarist nick colionne
influenced as a child by jazz guitar legend Wes Montgomery, Colionne has received numerous accolades throughout his multi-faceted career, including the 2007 International Instrumental Artist of the Year Award at the Wave Jazz Awards, where he succeeded 2006 winner Chris Botti.
saxophonist eric darius
International, Billboard Chart Topping R&B/Jazz Saxophonist & Songwriter.
our last event reached over 700 people worldwide!
"My first Permission to Talk event changed my life and the way I view my health"
"Informative & eye opening"
"The entertainment portion of the event was a nice touch that kept the energy high."
- Chris P.
"A whole lot of fun! They created an environment
where the audience could ask questions on health topics
from the leaders of the medical industry."
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ABOUT OUR EVENTS
The Ol’Loreece Foundation believe the key to GOOD health is KNOWLEDGE. PERMISSION TO TALK is an educational series created by the Ol’Loreece Foundation made up of different specialties created to save and help you live his/her best life. We bring much needed health information spoken in layman’s language with music and other forms of entertainment, making learning fun and memorable. To ensure the audience is listening there are incentives. We bring well known musicians to top off the event with an enjoyable concert. We don’t think health education should mean attending a seminar filled with medical jargon where a lay person can’t understand the language or subject, therefore our speaker will lecture in layman terms.
We want to put a face on difficult topics that are not often talked about by either gender; questions can be asked with ease because of the none therapeutic environment. We especially want to focus on the health of men. Not a lot of attention is given to Men’s health, therefore the months of September (Prostate Cancer Month) and June (Men’s Health Month) we will focus on Men’s health, making efforts to bring the level of attention to their needs as has been done for Women. All other event will be relative to both genders, such as heart disease, urology, neurology, etc.
PERMISSION TO TALK