Tag: Rosie

A woman to the left is smiling and pointing to a glass bowl of cookies she holds in her left hand. Behind her is an eye chart on a brown wall.

Come to Arbutus, We Have Cookies!

Olivia displays the cookies that Rosie Chamberlin made and brought in! Thanks Rosie.

Three different photos with one longer one on top and two in the bottom half. The top is a woman who is right of center standing next to a projected slide that says "Factors that Effect Recovery in Patients with Vestibular Hypofunction." The bottom two are completion certificates for Rosie that she has completed the Vestibular Rehabilitation Basic and Advanced courses.

Rosie’s Travel Journal: Course Complete!

Congratulations to Rosie who has finished up her courses in vestibular therapy! Rosie says: “This is Susan Herdman from Emory University. She’s the Jedi knight of vestibular therapy and just all round lovely. She, along with her esteemed colleagues, teach this course internationally. I’m going to take some holiday time now and visit Cairns!”

A view across a wide river with a couple of rowers on it. On the other bank are green leafy trees, and behind those is a brown building with very reflective dark windows.

Rosie’s Travel Journal: Entry Two

Walking on South Bank. The river is the Yarra and it runs through the city – it’s a major area for rowers. It’s still winter and freezing out, brrr! Across the River the brown building with tinted windows is Victoria University where my course on Vestibular Rehabilitation is taking place. Exams soon!

A woman in long grey pants and a black jacket standing on a sandy beach with the clear light blue ocean behind her. On the right an left and running out of sea are two large rock outcrops with trees on top.

Rosie’s Travel Journal

Dear friends in Victoria, BC: My classes start soon so I snuck away down the coast to see the 12 Apostles. There’s only 8. There was another one but it fell down. Why they’re called the 12 Apostles is a mystery I guess. They used to be called the “Sow and Piglets” but that wasn’t

A brick building at night, which is lit up by lights on the outside of the second floor. It looks about four stories with a clock tower on the left which is more in the dark except for the lit up clock face.

Sincerely, Rosie: Writing from Melbourne

Rosie says: “This is the view from my apartment in Melbourne – Flinders station is a major train station in the central business district. Suffering serious Jetlag… 3:00am here = 10am YESTERDAY back home.”

A plane that says "New Zealand" on the side is parked, and this photo is taken through a window. The sky is cloudy with the sun breaking through a bit.

Up, Up, and Away to the Land Down Under!

Rosie Chamberlain is on her way to Auckland and then Australia. All night flight!