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Sandra Richtermeyer Nov 21
Congrats to the Center of Lowell on it’s 4th Anniversary! Enjoyed the gala tonight- great message, music, community spirit &
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Kolbe Community Nov 24
Celebrating ‘story’ and ‘kinship’ at Kolbe Catholic College through our House and College flags. We recently redesigned our House and College crests and flags to capture the charism and history of our patrons. The final products are amazing!
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Rhea Marcano Nov 22
@donnadove53 one of my fave artisans! Thank you for being a great friend!
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ಕಾಂತಿ Nov 20
My long lost twin 😍
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Allison Davis Maxon Nov 21
Brilliant! Healing from relational trauma requires safe, loving, permanent relationships
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Allison Davis Maxon Nov 21
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Makayla Nov 18
One on One was really that show and I love how they made all the black shows overlap and relate.
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Rochelle_PPMC_WSU Nov 18
Please take a second and let us know what your challenges as professionals and caregivers have been.
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Heather Swan Nov 17
The Galena Center for the Arts asked me to do a reading of my book A Kinship with Ash this Friday, so the Telegraph Herald published a little piece about me (by Michelle London):
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KSCaregiversSupportNetwork Nov 18
Question for the day: What has been the most challenging part of being or working with caregivers during the pandemic?
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A Second Chance, Inc. Nov 18
, caregivers, for stepping in and taking care of children and families in need! . . . .
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Allison Davis Maxon Nov 17
For children ... loss and trauma begins their journey into We cannot heal what we cannot acknowledge
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KEEPfostering Nov 18
Interested in KEEP? Here's our link to an overview of KEEP: Interested in joining a KEEP group? Contact us today:
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ReproSoc Nov 23
Read our latest blog by Dr Marcin Smietana, ‘I Wouldn’t Mind a Kid Playing Around the Kitchen Here’
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Hilary Carty Nov 17
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Attach Families- Certified Family Partners RAD DTD Nov 21
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Gilles Sadek Nov 20
It is not permissible for one to treat a in a way in which the relative feels cut off and deserted, even if the latter himself does not observe one’s right of ties.
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Allison Davis Maxon Nov 18
LOVE these updates Dr. Greg Manning’s – Permanency in the News – 11/11/2020 – Dr. Greg Manning
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Children's Rights 22h
Replying to @ChildrensRights
This is also a issue. Across the US, Black children are disproportionately removed from their homes and placed into . In Ohio, Black children make up 24% of the state’s foster families, although they make up only 12% of the population under 18.
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Gilles Sadek Nov 20
It is obligatory to maintain the ties of . Kinship includes the relatives: , , and their .
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