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Hello #Hashtag

If you were able to attend ASHA’s 90th Annual School Health Conference last week in Baltimore, then you probably already know the exciting news about ASHA’s Networking Communities. If not, then I’m here to fill you in on what hopefully won’t be a secret for long. The ASHA conference has always been a great opportunityREAD MORE >>

Confessions of a Nitpicker

Lice! It crashed into my life and turned my world upside down for a few weeks. It started with an email from from my 1st grader’s teacher that two of his classmates had lice; followed by a second note that two more classmates had it. When I went to pick up my sweet boy fromREAD MORE >>

Share Your Commitment: Start a Movement!

Dorothy Height was one of the last living links to the social activism of the New Deal era. As a social worker, she believed that strong communities were at the heart of social welfare. Ms. Height was described as the grand dame of the civil rights movement and its unsung heroine. Upon her death in 2010,READ MORE >>