In a recent interview with J.A. Leyrer, MSW, we discussed her 30-year career in drug and alcohol rehabilitation and asked if she might share the secret to her success. This is a short excerpt from that interview.
Baby boomers are a lot more than just the generation of people born in the years immediately following World War II. They're our mothers, our fathers, our neighbors and our friends. They're also one of the most significant generations in American history, at least as far as sheer numbers are concerned. Most studies say that by the closing days of 1946 - the first official year of the "baby boom" - there were roughly 2.4 million people among the demographic. Flash-forward to 1964 - the final official year of the boom - and that number had grown to 72.5 million. Add in people who immigrated to the United States and you're looking at a total population of about 78.8 million people.
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Wanted to share an inspirational story of foster care that turned into an adoption in Arkansas. Meet Chase and the Bailey family and watch this short video. https://vimeo.com/202694305
When I was younger, all I wanted from my manager or supervisor was that they knew something about what I did, so they could give me guidance. There was always an understanding between us and I could feel good knowing we were on the same page. I had the most respect for that leader that backed me up when I wasn’t there, went to bat for me knowing my role in the organization was fulfilling the need I was hired to meet, and that I was doing everything we mutually agreed I should do.