Category Archives: Jules Andre-Brown

What to do with a thousand headaches

It’s easier than ever to make an open source call out for support to make something happen. Continue reading

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Agreement and Appreciation

Here’s a few ideas that we’ve gleaned from the Better networks for a better life. Continue reading

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Leading Change

Leading Change was a neat event at the Creekside Community Center in Vancouver. Continue reading

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A History of Intelligence and ‘Intellectual Disability’ : The Shaping of Psychology in Early Modern Europe

The Goodeys have an incredible passion for people and some incredible insights into living life in Stratford, London. His daughter Ellen is public speaker and actress and gave us some great ideas for around the city. Continue reading

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What makes for great mentorship?

There was a great discussion on mentoring in London this morning. It was done through the Guardian’s Social Enterprise Network. Continue reading

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Upcoming artistic events and performances

The Stag is a locally operated Art Gallery started by Aja Bond, a friend to the Spectrum Society. This month Aja will be hosting some artists from our community and a dialogue about art & disability. Continue reading

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Two new websites to help you share your own story.

Hello everyone, Welcome to 2011 I hope the new year is treating you well.   2010 was a big year for people connecting through the Internet – truly incredible to see the support  from people near and far for finding new ways to make friends.   It’s … Continue reading

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