A Successful What Color Is Your “Healthcare” Brain? Program!

On this past Wednesday morning, I had the pleasure of presenting a What Color Is Your “Healthcare” Brain? Program that was hosted by Arboria of Long Grove, and sponsored by Elderwerks Educational Services and Northwest Community Hospital / Healthcare.

The attendees who were  Illinois nurses, professional counselors, social workers, and senior living consultant were able to earn  1.5 CE credits. The attendees exhibited all their Brain Colors and enjoyed learning that they all had “Brainbow” personalities from my What Color Is Your Brain? When Caring for Patients book.

Below are examples of their Brain Color behavior:

The Yellow Brain attendees arrived promptly and found their seats to prepare for their Brain Color learning experience.

The Blue Brain attendees enjoyed sharing their Brain Color ideas and discoveries with each other.

The Green Brain attendees liked gather all the new information about their Brain Color Personalities

The Orange Brain attendees had fun laughing at their Brain Color attributes and abilities and my Power Point slides.

I am most grateful to Jayne Miller from Arboria of Long Grove and Gail Rosenberg Niksic from Elderworks Educational Services for all their Blue Brain assistance to make the event a success!

I was delighted that everyone enjoyed the program and had a “Happy Brainday”!

If you or someone you know would like more information about a What Color Is Your Brain? Program, please contact me at sheila@sheilaglazov.com.

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  1. Judi Learned on October 17, 2019 at 5:11 pm

    Healthcare needs you!

    • sheila on October 20, 2019 at 2:40 pm

      Thank you, Judi. I understand because of your health care challenges that health care providers need to be better educated about their patients, the drugs and care they provide and the compassion, and understanding the often and sadly do not provide. A belated L’Shana Tov!

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