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iMAD 2020 Summer Newsletter

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The Art of Goal Setting   Our goals can only be reached through a vehicle of a plan, in which we must fervently believe, and upon which we must vigorously act. There is no other route to success.  – Pablo Picasso   Do you ever feel like you’re coasting through life not knowing what you […]

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June is LGBTQ Pride Month. The HRHN iMAD Program prides itself on being inclusive to ALL youth.  We are proud to be allies to the LGBTQ community and the LGBTQ youth in our area.  We celebrate the ways we are all alike and the ways that make us different and unique every month but especially during […]

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month.  We will be bringing a couple articles to you about Mental Health.  Today, we are starting with an article that appeared in HRHN’s Quarter 2 Newsletter and is geared towards helping parents deal with anxiety their children might be experiencing due to COVID-19. The National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI) […]

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Heartland Rural Health Network – 2020 Quarter 2 Newsletter on rural health is here! Recently, Heartland Rural Health Network released its latest quarterly newsletter featuring sections on Child Abuse Prevention Month COVID-19 Myths and Facts Let’s Talk About Mental Health Teleworking – the New Norm at HRHN Alzheimer’s Awareness Month – Remembering Doris Self-Care amid […]

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For some, home is a safe haven from the noisy world around us where we can escape the drama and bustle of the outside world. However, with the social distancing and closure of movie theatres, parks, afterschool clubs, museums and many other outlets for education and entertainment it can feel like we are at risk […]

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Teaching Tolerance To Our Youth While we all have different values and beliefs, it is important for each of us to be tolerant and teach tolerance to our youth. Even if a person does not condone the lifestyle of another, they should respect the person and their individuality. LGBTQ+ youth, in particular, have a difficult […]

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Switter What is Switter? Switter is a (relatively) new social media site that has recently received a lot of attention.  I had never heard of this website/app until recently, so I decided to do a bit of research. Looking at the Switter app, there wasn’t much information.  It claims to be rated ‘Teen’ and that’s […]

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Is That Emoji Really Just An Emoji? I was watching a show on television recently about teens and how technology affects young people in today’s high schools.  The show included two child psychologists that were talking about cyberbullying and teens.  They began to discuss sexting and the secret emoji language that teens are using.  Now, […]

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