Facebook Group for The Hope For Today Cafe!

Hey Everyone, we just created a Facebook group for The Hope For Today Cafe. If you’d like to contribute, comment or even post a picture of your cat rollerblading,  Deb and I would love it!  Its right here..

https://www.facebook.com/groups/589882971154775/

OK, I thought there’s be a cool graphic or something but there’s just a link, wait a second, let me try this…

Facebook Group!!

 There. I feel better.

A Spoonful of Laughter featured in The Canadian Jewish News!

It was amazing to present to The L’Chaim cancer Support Group for Jewish Women. As you can tell from the photo in the Canadian Jewish News, we all had a blast. Many Thanks to Elizabeth Erlich and the entire group.Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 9.10.27 PM

A Spoonful of Laughter for L’Chaim Cancer Support Group for Jewish Women

I am thrilled to be presenting my workshop “A Spoonful of Laughter” for the L’Chaim Cancer Support Group for Jewish Women on March 10th. (That’s tonight. So, I’m having a coffee no to get ready.) This incredible group comes together to support each other on their journeys with cancer. Talk about community service. I am honoured to be a part of the evening! Thanks very much.

Developing a workshop for the Ontario Hospital Association. No, really.

So, The Ontario Hospital Association has hired me to develop something called “The Engaging Patients and the Community Through Social Media Workshop” for their conference on the 23rd of January. I’ve been prepping like crazy and getting some help from a friend (Thank You to the very talented Colleen Young!).

Really looking forward to it. You can bet I’ll be having more than one coffee that Friday morning.

Creating a workshop for The Ontario Hospital Association!

I am absolutely thrilled to be creating a workshop with The Ontario Hospital Association for their social media conference in January. We will collaborate on how to engage patients through social media. This is from the brochure…

There is a ton of experience and knowledge in the room. “Aha” moments occur for the whole group as people realize they have a piece of the puzzle to share. Rob’s workshop will facilitate exactly that so we can learn from each other HOW to create more meaningful patient engagement through social media in a way that benefits health care professionals, hospital communicators, and the patients themselves.

Here’s the link…

http://www.oha.com/Education/EventCalendar/Pages/EventDetail.aspx?eventid=E135315a