Dr. Bernstein is an engaging speaker with positive and meaningful messages. His 35+ years’ experience has provided him with opportunities to observe and empathize with thousands of patients, including generations of families. He uses genuine patient examples and experiences as a physician to motivate others while describing the traits he has discovered in his patients who have lived longer, healthier, and happier lives.

His compassion and ability to see the souls of his patients has compelled him to share their poignant stories.

Through observation and extensive research, Dr. Bernstein, as he so brilliantly discusses in his latest book The Power of 5, describes the importance of the 5 S’s ( Sweets, Sweat, Sleep, Stress and Sex-The Formula) which promote longevity and remaining youthful.

Dr. Bernstein often speaks to healthcare professionals and senior groups. He shares with them a message that focuses on healthy lifestyle choices and personal and professional success.

Dr. Bernstein’s Suggested Speaking Topics

  1. The Power of 5 The Formula to Longevity and Remaining Youthful
  2. How to apply the Power of 5 principles to build, maintain and retain your team/employees while enhancing engagement for optimal health and wellness
  3. Aging GRACEfully ®: A Geriatrician’s five key elements to living a happier, healthier and fulfilling life
  4. The Senior Driving Dilemmas: Driving and the aging adult – taking them from behind the wheel
  5. An Ounce of Prevention: A Prescription for Lifelong Health Planning
  6. Understanding Memory Disorders with GRACE… 5 Essential Components
  7. Sex, Denial and Home Health Aides: Understanding your parents and finding community
  8. Preparing for the inevitable: Addressing end of life decisions without fear
  9. “Begin with the end in mind” – making health decision in a complex medical system

Dr. Bernstein’s Top 10 Interview Questions

  1. Tell me about yourself and what a geriatrician does?
  2. Tell me why baby boomers should be paying attention to what you have to say today?
  3. What have you learned from taking care of adults as they age?
  4. Tell my audience about the five attributes that you have observed? (that led to a happy, healthy, longer life)
  5. What advice do you give to middle-age adults?
  6. What can you tell the baby boomers in my audience are the major challenges facing their aging parents and what can be done to avoid them?
  7. What are the biggest bones of contention between a child and an aging parent and how do you address them?
  8. What does it mean when you say, “Be more like Betty White?”
  9. Sex after age 80 and other tales: Can you tell me more about this?
  10. Your book is titled I’ve Got Some Good News and Some Bad News-You’re OLD. What a catchy title, please tell me what good tips you have for my audience?

Bonus: What five tips can you share for healthy aging?

A brief segment from Lenah Robles, former Assisted Living Marketing Specialist at The Palms, who answers the question: What would you say to other organizations who wish to engage Dr. Bernstein to speak?

We invite you to listen to Dr. Bernstein’s speaking engagements – simply click here.

I am writing you to tell you how much I enjoyed your presentation at Arden Courts. I am very pleased that you spoke not only about Alzheimer’s disease but of other forms of dementia as well, since we now understand that there are other diseases and causations that may leave the patients in need of a caregiver. You spoke in a straightforward manner telling everyone they are adults and should know right from wrong (no smoking, etc.). I think if we all understand what is good for us, we will live longer and healthier lives.

Executive Director, Alzheimer's Family Organization

Many thanks for coming to speak to my class, they gained valuable knowledge. After your departure, they expressed their appreciation.

Rabbi Richard Address, Hebrew Union College