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Kate Allatt - After Dinner & Keynote Speaker

Bio

Keynote Speaker Kate AllattKate was winner of 'Extraordinary Woman of Year 2011' after surviving a huge brainstem stroke with locked in syndrome at the age of 39. During her remarkable fight back to a normal life, she founded her Fighting Strokes charity and is now an internationally published author and inspirational speaker who has been featured in a range of published and broadcast media globally.
 
These include: BBC The One Show, BBC worldwide, BBC Newsnight, ITV This Morning, The Times on Sunday, The Daily Mail, The Sun, Readers Digest Australia, The Voice Of Russia, The Sunday Indian Times etc.
 
Kate is a proven keynote speaker and after dinner speaker who is hired by health, charity and commercial businesses. She speaks on:
 
Digitally engaging patients = better self-management & mental health
 
Communicating in a locked in world
“You won’t hear a pin drop!” - Sara Bramhall
 
Creating a buzz & engagement with your online customers.

What patients want from their assistive technology

The power of self belief!

 
Please contact Kate on: kateallatt.com or @kateallatt

Latest News

#Visualisation & positivity TEDx Glasgow

Home Slider, News

12th August 2015

Whoop whoop! Libby used me as a case study on a recent TEDx speech! The world seems to be listening! The impact of intentional medicine by Libby McGugan from Glasgow!

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Speaking review from Vivienne Parry OBE

News, Reviews

14th July 2015

    ‘Kate Allatt is an outstanding speaker with an extraordinary story, delivered with passion, humour and great warmth. She gives very careful thought to her

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Reviews & Comments

Speaking review from Vivienne Parry OBE

News, Reviews

14th July 2015

    ‘Kate Allatt is an outstanding speaker with an extraordinary story, delivered with passion, humour and great warmth. She gives very careful thought to her audience and their needs, tailoring what she says in a way that brings out the best in any audience. Every time I have met her I have been incredibly …

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