Clinics collect donations, reflect on what they’re thankful for12/18/20 11:26:am
Silver Lake reflects on what they’re thankful for
To create a canvas for staff and patients to write out things that they’re grateful for this year, the Silver Lake employee engagement committee created a display, which mimics an unfurled roll of toilet paper.
Some of the listed things were spending more time with family, music, cheese curds, and treatment at Rogers.
“I am especially grateful that my team continues to focus on providing these activities to make Silver Lake an amazing place to work and receive treatment,” says Kristin Wendlandt, operations manager.
Hinsdale decorates for winter and gives presentation to Elmhurst community
Clinic assistant Toni Smith once again brought her festive spirit to Hinsdale and transformed the lobby into a winter wonderland.
Brandon DeJong, PhD, clinical supervisor, and Kalyna Melnyk, family therapist, presented on “Anxiety in Kids during COVID-19” for the Elmhurst community, which was live streamed on December 2 on YouTube. You can see their presentation here.
Minneapolis clinic hosts holiday can drive and hot chocolate bar
The Minneapolis clinic held a holiday can drive to benefit PROP, which offers food programs and social services to the local community. The event also served as a socially distanced gathering outdoors, with a hot chocolate bar and swag bags for people who stopped by to drop off canned goods.
Appleton clinic gathers donations for Harbor House
The Appleton clinic staff collected and donated items to families helped by the Harbor House domestic abuse shelter.
San Diego adopts service family for the holidays
After a positive response last year, the San Diego clinic decided to adopt a service member’s family for the second year in a row. This involved raising money and purchasing gifts for a family stationed at Camp Pendleton—giving them a special holiday season. “Our team knows that many are struggling, especially this year due to the pandemic, and they wanted to make a difference,” says Tami Steiner, director of operations.
Rogers therapist receives radio shout-out
Riggs and Alley’s morning show on 103.7 KISS-FM recently asked listeners how far they are willing to drive for things like work, groceries, and other responsibilities. A mother and son called in to discuss their drive to Rogers’ Oconomowoc campus for treatment. Congratulations to Angela Kupper for receiving a shout-out from the family!