Virtual Community Connection – All Out Break-Out Games!
March 14 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Join VHF for a highly interactive and engaging afternoon playing games, connecting with community, and celebrating Bleeding Disorders Awareness Month! Participants will gather in a Zoom room for a fun introduction to the program, and then we will divide into groups in breakout rooms to play a series of minute-to-win it style games and then will return to the main room to report achievements. Fun for all ages!
All registrants that attend will be entered into a drawing to win one of our numerous gift cards. We plan on having several winners (one per household)!
This session is free and open to VHF constituents, any constituent under the age of 12 will need adult supervision to participate.
This program will be facilitated by Beyond Recreation who has built a solid reputation among the members of the national bleeding disorder community, most notably in the areas of youth programming and summer camp. Anne Henningfeld and Michael Jay Garner of Beyond Recreation bring a distinctive list of credentials to the world of bleeding disorder programming.
Anne is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS), holding an MA in Recreation Therapy from the University of Toledo. As the co-founder of Beyond Recreation, Anne has been developing custom programming for seven years. Prior to that, Anne was the Education and Youth Programs Coordinator at the Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan. Anne has also been a presenter at the National Hemophilia Foundation Annual Meeting, the Hemophilia Federation of America Symposium, and is a two-time winner of the National Hemophilia Foundation’s Health Education Award of Distinction.
Michael Jay Garner holds a BA in Psychology from Emory University, where he also learned comedy, improvisation and juggling. Michael has over 20 years’ experience in workshop facilitation and working with medically specialized children and young adults in both camp and hospital settings. His unique and engaging style of presentation enhances every program with a combination of entertainment and education. Michael is also an artist with Cirque du Soleil, having spent the past four years touring the world with the big top show, KOOZA.
Thank you to our community connection sponsors CSL Behring, Genentech, Hemophilia Federation of America, Pfizer, and Takeda
As we gather virtually to discuss, share and learn, we ask that all Virginia Hemophilia Foundation (VHF) virtual program participants be thoughtful in their interactions and follow video meeting etiquette and rules of engagement. Disruptions to a session may lead to the removal and/or disabling of the participant’s video and microphone for part of or for the entire session. Thank you for helping VHF ensure a safe, productive, and welcoming environment for all meeting participants and staff. Go here to read video meeting etiquette and rules of engagement.