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Do You Podcast?

Lisa Mulliken  As you are scrolling through our Let’s Talk Quality blog, you may start but not even finish reading this blog article! But what if it was read to you as you were driving, making dinner, or working in the garden? Would you be more likely to listen
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Don’t Stop Laughing

by Tracy Walter We have all heard the phrase “laughter is the best medicine.” There is a reason for this phrase. Studies show that laughing can have short- and long-term benefits. Laughter can stimulate organs,
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Shark Week

By Angel Avery-Wright Sharks! What’s the first thing that comes to mind? For me it’s Jaws, the movie. Seeing this movie as a child set me off into a span of time where I would
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Kids and Sports

Kitty Syster “Your kids’ success or lack of success in sports does not indicate what kind of parent you are... But having an athlete that is coachable, respectful, a great teammate, mentally tough, resilient and
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Watching the Sunset

By Amy Hoffman   In September I took a solo vacation to New England. Because I wanted to see as many sites as possible, I kept to a whirlwind pace. I asked friends for their recommendations about places that I should
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WYSIWYG

Michelle Mallonee Long WYSIWYG (pronounced “wiz-ee-wig”), standing for “What you see is what you get,” is a term reportedly coined by Flip Wilson in the late 1960’s on the Laugh-In show. The term is most
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Insight from a Quality Coach

By Stefanie Camoni How long have you been a Quality Coach/STARS specialist? Meet Aubryn Wojtkielewicz. She started with Community Services for Children in October of 2015. When she first started with the agency, Aubryn was
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