Tag Archives: International Service

  • Hello Goes To China

    China

    The Hello Foundation recently partnered with the SPOON Foundation to send Sandra Lucas, CF-SLP and Heidi Peters, MA, CCC-SLP to Nanjing, China. They served on a team of specialists delivering feeding and nutrition support to orphanage staff with the goal of preventing nutritional deficiencies that impede the development of children living in Child Welfare Centers,… (read more)

  • Hello Goes To China

    China

    The Hello Foundation recently partnered with the SPOON Foundation to send Sandra Lucas, CF-SLP and Heidi Peters, MA, CCC-SLP to Nanjing, China. They served on a team of specialists delivering feeding and nutrition support to orphanage staff with the goal of preventing nutritional deficiencies that impede the development of children living in Child Welfare Centers,… (read more)

  • ¡Ecuador 2015! The Haze of Memory

    I’ve been home from Ecuador for a week and the time has come to write some sort of summary of The Trip. Despite my best efforts to hold on to every moment of it, to keep it alive in the present, I can feel it all slowly slipping into that hazy, fuzzy place where all… (read more)

  • ¡Ecuador 2015! Listos Para Ir

    Look, people. It’s GO TIME. How do I know that it’s GO TIME? Well, for one, the calendar says so. For two, the butterflies in my stomach say so. For three, The Pile says so. I use my patented “Pile It” method when preparing for a big trip — as in, I start a pile… (read more)

  • ¡Ecuador 2015! What Counts When There’s 81 Days to Go

    The sun was still shining on the glistening petals of my front yard tulips when we started our meeting at 7 pm last night, a sure sign that Spring is truly here. The official arrival of this most prolific of seasons brought with it the knowledge that our June departure is now just around the… (read more)

  • ¡Ecuador 2015! The Crucible

    So, it’s been a long little while since I blogged about Ecuador. Lo siento. I don’t really have any good excuses . . . save for, you know, Life. I don’t quite remember where I left you, perhaps at a meeting in Heather’s apartment on a cold and blustery day? We have had 2 meetings… (read more)