Professional Public Speaker
Invite author and public speaker John Egbert to give a presentation at your school, university, conference, or workshop. John is an experienced speaker with a story to tell. Armed with a wealth of life experience with an entertaining and “straight-talk” style, John gives his audiences something to remember, and plenty to talk about.
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- World ViewsJohn has a world view on many issues related to deafness, ASL, and communication.
- Raising Deaf ChildrenSide with the successful results. What does it take to raise a Deaf child?
- Cost-EffectiveA wealth of knowledge without breaking the bank. Egbert is a cost-effective speaker with a big impact.
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Listen to what others have to say about John Egbert as a presenter.
“The thing that I really noticed about John was his remarkable impact and enthusiasm. The way he passionately talks about the problems he has faced and problems Deaf people still face today made a remarkable impact on me.” – Kevin
“John is such a good speaker. He is so funny and carries himself in such a confident and intelligent manner. I really enjoyed hearing him talk about his life. It is so interesting to learn about other people’s lives in general, but it is especially interesting to learn about someone who’s experience is entirely unlike your own.” – Billy
“John used many analogies throughout his presentation that gave an interesting animation to what he was describing. One message I took away from John’s presentation, that he may or may not have intended, was not to be afraid to try new things.” – Jennifer
- <Deaf Babies are Born to be BilingualJohn F. Egbert – Oral childhood became bilingual-American Sign Language/English at age of 19 explains the difference with the communication modality experience as a whole deaf person.
- Communication Modality of a Deaf PersonJohn will explain the difference between auditory and visual communication. The data flow rate that a deaf child can receive to increase cognitive development skills at start between 0 to 3 years of age, the most critical for a deaf child to learn how to learn.