Pat Gallant-Charette is a native of Maine, wife and grandmother, and  also the oldest woman ever to swim across the English Channel. Join Pat for this inspirational story about her personal journey, which reinforces her belief that we are restrained only by the limits we place on ourselves. When we recognize this, we can accomplish amazing feats.

Pat has completed five out of seven of the world’s toughest open water swims, including the North Channel between Ireland and Scotland, California’s Catalina Channel and Japan’s Tsugaru Channel. In 2016, Pat was nominated for World Open Water Swimmer Woman of the Year and for the Global Marathon Swimmers Federation Solo Swim of the Year for her record setting North Channel swim.

Pat will give the lunch keynote address to the NEHCC on Thursday, April 26.

Registration is now open for the 2018 New England Home Care & Hospice Conference and Trade Show. The NEHCC is the region’s premier event for home care and hospice agencies. It’s hosted by the six New England state home care associations, which collectively represent nearly 400 organizations. The 2018 NEHCC will be in Cape Neddick, ME from April 25-27, 2-18.

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