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Showing off creative Halloween costumes, Shark Tank appearances, and Facebook Live

11/25/20 10:37:am
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Team members from across the system wore costumes to celebrate Halloween. Whether providing care in person or virtually, being festive on Halloween and other holidays is an excellent way to add a little fun into our patients’ day.

Shark Tank

Rogers therapist Angela Kupper competed recently on an episode of Shark Tank with her husband, Matt. They pitched the Sleep Pod, a product designed to help people relax and get a good night’s sleep. The episode, which aired this fall, resulted in all five sharks making an offer. Angela and Matt eventually partnering with sharks Mark and Lori.

“Having watched all 11 seasons, I only ever dreamed of being on the show,” Angela says. “It was so surreal to actually be ‘in the tank’ and it was a miracle that not one Shark said the dreaded words, ‘I’m out!’”

Facebook Live on staying mentally well during the holidays

Dr. Adrianne Clark and Sue McKenzie Dicks served as Rogers’ experts on our latest Facebook Live event on staying mentally well during this unique holiday season. KISS-FM’s radio host Riggs served as the moderator for the event, which can be viewed on Rogers’ Facebook page or on YouTube.

Residential care specialist shares Native American culture

Lindsay Dillon celebrated Native American Heritage Month by bringing in examples of her handmade beaded jewelry for her team in the adult Eating Disorder Center to enjoy. Learn more about Lindsay in this month’s Insight article on her!

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