We thank everyone who supports this movement and especially those who donate in memory of those members we have lost: Jess Jacobs and Jerry Matczak. Both Jess and Jerry have rooms named in their honor in the building. We thank those who spread the word on social media. We thank those who donate funds that defray the costs of this project. Most of all, we thank those brave walkers and artists who join us and help spread these stories all over the world.
We have reached 500 jackets in The Walking Gallery! Thank all of you for helping us get to this great milestone. We are able to work on several jackets in Salt and Pepper Studios during Cinderblocks. I continue to paint and look forward to the next 500. ~Regina Holliday
Antidote just posted a great podcast explaining the why The Walking Gallery exists and why patient data access is important. https://www.antidote.me/blog/patient-advocate-regina-holliday Please share.
Your Friend, Regina Holliday
We are only 5 weeks away from #Cinderblocks5. This event is on May 17-19 in Grantsville, MD. At this annual event we remember those we have lost as well as celebrate all who walk with us. This is our annual gathering of The Walking Gallery of Healthcare. All of our members are represented by luminaries with their jacket images. At this point we only have two sponsors, so if any of you can donate something toward our event it would be very appreciated.
I also hope many of you can join us! You can register here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cinderblocks5-tickets-42644848891
Your Friend and Fellow Walker,
Regina, Last night I attended a Focus Group held at and for my Medical Facility. I wore my Walking Gallery Jacket, which no one knew anything about, yet everybody was impressed by. My Community interaction is totally voluntary. I have no medically related ititials or title. At this time in space, I an ONLY a Patient. Perhaps there can be a card I may carry and pass out which legitimizes me. I do not yet have the voice others really hear. One on one takes forever. Gregg does plan to make some videos, they can and will help. Ideas anyone? Hugs Terrie
Dear Teresa, My first business cards I printed on my home computer. Then I found out how affordable it was to print with Vistaprint and I ordered mine from there ever since...
Thank you to everyone who has given thus far!