Keynotes, Workshops & Special Events
Both online and now in person, Robert is happy to bring his unique energy, style, and research to your group for a fun, inspiring, and interactive look at the effect of improvisation, and storytelling on communication, confidence and creativity.
"It was amazing. I went through hundreds of evaluations and everybody loved his presentation."
—Annie Goyanes, Programs Coordinator
Parkinson Association of the Rockies
"The feedback was off the charts for one of the keynote speakers, Robert Cochrane. He was easy to work with, personable, and spent extra time listening to the other speakers and interacting with the attendees. His high energy and enthusiasm were amazing. His knowledge helped set the stage for a successful conference."
- Clemmie Pizzilo, Associate Director, Engagement
Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance
“It made my heart happy to see the laughter, joy, and hope that Robert’s program provided for all those who attended. I would love for him to come back again in the future to host more workshops for the University of Maryland PD community.”
- Christina Griffin, Clinical Division Manager University of Maryland Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center
"Robert Cochrane's keynote presentation blew us away! It was a rare treat to experience a talk that was educational, practical, AND inspirational for a diverse audience of people with Parkinson's, their family members, and the care teams that support them. Robert is a treasure, and the PD community is lucky to have him bringing hope and information to us."
- Andrea Merriam, CEO Parkinson & Movement Disorder Alliance
Bring the Yes, And...eXercise Festival to you
Tired of platitudinous power points, jumbled jargon, and repetitious research? Let us bring a full program of fun, engagement, and innovative programs to your next event. YES, we deliver an exciting blend of art and science, with clinically tested programs developed in a PhD program that you can put your hands, heads and hearts on. AND we'll also bring our award-winning Parkinson's and family-themed documentary feature film, Boys of Summer: Short Stop. This film is the third in the award-winning Boys of Summer series that spans over 20 years living with Parkinson's. It has been selected to play in the World Parkinson Congress in Barcelona in July 2023.
We laugh. We listen. We connect.
Contact Dr. Robert Cochrane for more information.