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President of Leadership Through Advocacy
Al's presentation evaluation was (23) Excellent, (12) Good, (0) Fair, (0) Poor
Al had the highest amount of excellent out of all the speakers.
Mary Crimmins President of Self-Advocacy Network
Western MA Training Consortium Self Advocacy Network
His challenge as he spoke to us was
1) to not lose heart or give up because of obstacles,
2) to appreciate our own as well as others’ differences,
3) to believe in your heart that you have the power to overcome anything and
4) to do your best to create a happy and positive environment with everyone around you.
Fran Hooper, Training and Employee Development
Although many of the employees in attendance are health-care providers, and daily work with disabled veteran patients; they expressed a new appreciation of their patients’ experiences, frustrations and triumphs.
Department of Veteran Affairs
Puget Sound Health Care System
Tag Archives: possibilities
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