“Husker” Hospitality in Colorado!

Cameo and Team Member

Cameo Rogers, Life Enrichment Coordinator for Vetter Health Services was welcomed at the It’s Never 2 Late (iN2L) Office in Colorado on August 28th, 2014 in “Big Red Style.” Jack York, President and Co-Founder of iN2L has roots in Nebraska and a profound love for all things Cornhuskers! The pride was evident from the welcome Nebraska flag in front of the building, to the spirited red attire the team wore, to the Big Red Tailgate “brunch “N” learn.”

Cameo was invited to meet with the iN2L Content Development Team to hear about the upcoming content roadmap and to brainstorm ideas. There was discussion of training, resources, and support to maximize the use of the iN2L system for resident Quality Life in VHS Communities. Cameo was honored to be asked by the iN2L team to share how Mission, Vision, and Values help the Vetter Health Services Team to believe in the personalization aspect of the iN2L system and to passionately pursue active use in our communities. Pictures and success stories shared by VHS Life Enrichment Coordinators and a video of how VHS communities are using the system brought tears to the faces of those who created this amazing tool.

Of course, any time spent with the iN2L team also includes relationship building and fun. What better than a corn shucking contest and a little football nostalgia in watching one of the iN2L team members and former FSU and NFL kicker Scott Bentley recreate his infamous game winning field goal against Nebraska in the Orange Bowl? This time around, although Scott kicked it through the uprights, he had a little too much leg and there was a great laugh and gasp by all when the end result was a close call with a delivery truck.

Husking Corn

Thank you to our great Quality Partner, It’s Never 2 Late, for continuing to invest in our working relationship and encouraging Vetter Health Services to help lead the charge in the use of adaptive technology.

Cameo and IN2L Team  Cameo and Jack

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