All posts by Linda Morse

ASHA’s Core Beliefs in Action: Moving from Paper to Reality

When your values are clear to you, making decisions becomes easier.– Roy E. Disney   An organization’s mission statement briefly explains why it exists.  The vision statement provides a synopsis of the organization’s hopes and dreams.  But if you really want to know what ASHA is all about, you’ve got to read the recently updated CoreREAD MORE >>

Are You a Giver or a Grinch?

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year! Shoppers hustle and bustle (sounds like a dance craze from my youth) and parking lots are full. Tensions run high when prized gifts are not available and giving gets lost in all the hoopla. Bah, humbug! Whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukah or just enjoy the seasonREAD 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 >>