Project Rollway is an annual fashion show at Shepherd Center that features fashion modeling by current and former teenage patients from our Adolescent Rehabilitation Program, which focuses on returning teenagers to the highest level of functioning and independence as possible after spinal cord or brain injury.
Project Rollway 2022 Event Information
Date: Friday, June 17, 2022
Show time: 5:00 p.m.
Location: Livingston Gym
Checklist prior to arrival at Project Rollway:
- Proof of negative COVID test (within three days)
- Complete the questionnaire due May 15
- Email pictures of you before, during and after your time at Shepherd Center and a headshot (for the event program) to Karla.Travitz@shepherd.org or Brian.Tanner@shepherd.org.
- Clothing pick-up/delivery: Please contact your coordinator (Brian or Karla) and let them know when you will be arriving in Atlanta. This will allow us to have your clothes ready for you.
Timeline of Arrival on June 17:
- Please come dressed!
- There will be make up and hair stylists available for you. If you want to use your own specific products, please bring them with you.
- We will be in contact, closer to the event, regarding the timeline for taking pictures and having your hair and make up done.
- We will be in the Livingston Gym (GY). Please do not plan to visit your team on the inpatient floor.
- If you need assistance prior to the show, only one caregiver may come with you into the building at 2 p.m. Caregivers that do not need to assist models are welcome to be on campus and hang out in the Plaza Level of the Woodruff Residence Center until 4:00 p.m.
Tentative Schedule of Events (subject to change)
|2:00 p.m.||Arrive at Shepherd Center *DRESSED* and check-in. Please go directly to the Livingston Gym (GY Level).|
|3:00 – 4:30 p.m.||
The following will be completed
|4:30 p.m.||All other guests should check in with security screeners and then head directly to Livingston Gym (GY Level)|
|5:00 – 6:30 p.m.||
**Please check back for updates as we get closer to the event.
About Shepherd Center’s Adolescent Program
Adolescents who sustain life-altering injuries have developmental and emotional needs that are different from adults. The adolescent program focuses on helping these individuals return to a healthy lifestyle with the highest possible level of function and independence. Shepherd Center has more experience treating teenagers with these kinds of injuries than general rehabilitation facilities.