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Case Manager Corner: April 2021

Case Manager Corner: April 2021

Case manager's corner is Chief Quality & Performance Officer, Bill Nunnally's forum in which to recognize various employees from case management organizations for their outstanding work.

IN THIS EDITION:

- Sandi Denmark and Michael Harris at Children's Home Society
- Taylor Thomas and Adriana Boule at One Hope United
- Ineisha Porter, Tamora Boatwright, Rodina Lynch, Thamitchlard Bain, Abigail Workman, Carla Lott, Natallia McKenzie, Barbara jones, Madalynn Krieser and Felicia Mullis at Devereux

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is nationally recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Pinwheels for Prevention® campaign uses a simple child’s toy to remind us that we all play an important role in children’s lives. During April, local agencies and child advocates will be raising awareness about the importance of taking an active role in promoting healthy child development, positive parenting practices and community action so that child abuse and neglect never occur. Hardee, Highlands and Polk Counties will be proudly displaying pinwheels to serve as a reminder that we all have a responsibility to ensure children grow up healthy and safe in our communities. To find out more about how you can get involved, please visit www.heartlandforchildren.org or www.preventchildabusefl.org.

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Foster Family of the Month: Hargrove

Foster Family of the Month: Hargrove

Meet the Hargroves, our Foster Family of the Month!

In 2018, Maria & Daniel began their foster care journey and decided that they only wanted to foster teens (our greatest need)! Since the beginning, they have been very involved in co-parenting, facilitating visits with bioparents and making sure the teens are able to stay connected with family. They champion and advocate for every teen that comes through their home, including the 15 and 16 year olds that are currently with them.

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Some people have to travel around the world for their missions; ours came to our home.