Dick Hoyt was the special guest speaker at the BCA (Business Clubs of America) Hospitality Breakfast this morning and his presentation left guests truly inspired!
His was clearly more than a story of a father’s love. It was a story of courage… A story that true motivation and inspiration should come from the places that are near your heart! Dick’s son, Rick – born in 1962 as a spastic quadriplegic with cerebral palsy and as a non-speaking person – has had an incredible impact on his life. After today’s presentation, I suspect Rick has now had an impact on the life of everyone sitting in that room.
Capital Health’s new hospital on Scotch Road just off I-95 in Hopewell will open to patients on Sunday, November 6, and what they and their visitors will see is a hospital that embraces all the literal and figurative esthetics of a top-notch art gallery. Both Capital Health and the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro, which opens in spring, 2012, acknowledge the importance of art in healing, and have made a significant investment in planning their spaces to showcase the work of local artists.
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