Date: July 25, 2016
Time: 3:00-5:00 pm
Rosewood Park 2405 Southeast Century Blvd Hillsboro, OR. 97123
Topic: The Transformative Nature of Failure - In the fast paced and competitive world of healthcare where change is constant it's not unusual to feel the sting of failure. Small or large there are always things that can go awry. Learn how to eliminate the fear of failure for you and your staff and use it for personal growth, culture change and reframing the perception of failure so it becomes a positive motivator and catalyst for creativity.
Speaker: Mary Amick has worked in many capacities in long term care over the past 35 years. Her experience includes education, marketing, and director of a charitable organization founded to bring quality of life to elders. She has held both an Administrators license and an ALF license. She obtained her graduate degree from OSU and is currently an Assistant Professor at Concordia University, Portland in the Department of Health Care Administration and working on her EdD at USC. Mary has recently developed a new degree program in Long Term Care Administration which is set to launch in the Spring of 2016. Her teaching goal is to challenge current beliefs and mindsets about aging and to develop empathetic and critical thinking leaders.
Host: Rosewood Park Retirement and Assisted Living Residence residents enjoy an active, engaging lifestyle that promotes wellness and independence. It is our goal to keep our residents linked to resources and opportunities that will fulfill their needs and interests in the Hillsboro area. Residents have many opportunities to participate in a variety of life enriching activities and events designed to stimulate the mind, body and soul. From cocktail-hour gatherings where you can learn about the nuances of a good Pinot Noir, to a discussion of the latest best seller in our Life-Long Learning series, to exploring new ways to stay healthy in a fitness class...expect the unexpected.