Tagged: “love”

Not An Act Of Service….By Lori Litke

I do not blog as often as I probably should, but I usually find it hard to think of something to say unless I am feeling inspired. Well today I fell inspired.  I was talking to a friend and I had a bit of a light bulb moment for myself.  This is it…. being friends with, employing, […]

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Weekly Newsletter for the Bridges Social Skills Group June 15 to June 21, 2015

Hello to our families, OK – we are back on track – we are up to date with all of our newsletters posted to our website, so you can refer back to key teaching concepts at your leisure.  We apologize for the lapse in posting; we were in the thick of moving our corporate office […]

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Newsletter for Social Skills Group – Week of April 27 – May 3, 2015

Please enjoy this week’s newsletter 🙂 The team at Bridges Consulting April 28 to May 3, 2015 newsletter PDF  

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Who Knows Best?

A few years back when I was beginning to contemplate grad school, I forced to myself to take a couple classes at the University.  I did this thinking it would help me get my brain thinking like ‘that’ again; whatever ‘that’ is.   Because I was a mother and working, the sociology class “Women and Work” […]

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Building Inclusion (originally posted on LACL blog in October of 2011) authored by Lori Litke

Prior to spearheading Bridges Consutling, Lori worked for LACL as their Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network Coordinator (PLAN Coordinator).   She is also (as many of you i’m sure have noticed by now) a strong advocate for people with disabilities enjoying their right to a good inclusive life.  I am personally grateful for the belief that Lori […]

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The Work of Belonging

Where do we belong… We belong to families, to school groups, church groups, sports teams, book clubs, work places, for many of us this list is long and the experiences that come from those connections are rich. Belonging is really about being part of something, connected, feeling valued and important. Brene Brown described belonging as: […]

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