Seen 'n Heard - Dec,
1994 Issue (page 3).
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Independence Center Update
Sandy Driver-Gordon, Founding President of Independence Center, announced Judy Maizlish as their new Director. Independence Center
has been in existence for nine years, and claims to be the first residential program for young adults (ages 18-32) with learning disabilities
on the West Coast. They will provide scholarships for those families that cannot afford the full tuition. More information can be
obtained at 310-202-7102.
Linda Hougton Plans 10 Day Workshop In Mexico
Linda Houghton, with her new business called LJH CONSULTING, is planning a 10 day Workshop in Mexico December 26-January 6. Focusing
on ancient cultures, it is open to College students and High School Juniors and Seniors who have a serious interest in learning: to
focus their thinking; to create personal goals that bring success; to live values that make a difference; and how personal culture
and education effect life choices. Information can be obtained by calling 503- 382-0570.
International Learning Exchange Update
The International Learning Exchange In Professional Youthwork specializes in bringing trained foreign youth workers to work for a
time with American agencies, partly to expose Americans to the results of what Europe is doing in training youth workers. They have
sponsored 80 professionals during the last eight years of existence. F. Herbert Barnes, ACSW is on the managing committee and information
can be gained by phoning 207-772- 4539.
Redcliff Ascent Featured In Local Newspaper
A success of a graduate of Redcliff Ascent, a wilderness program in Utah, was featured on the front page of October 6th issue of THE
CAMBRIAN, a local newspaper in the California coastal town of Cambria.
Tuttle/Gundry Expands Their Tours
Carol and Jodi reports The Tuttle/Gundry tours have really taken off, and they have expanded their tours to include the East Coast.
Small Boarding Schools Association Meeting Successful
Diederik van Renesse reported a successful 8th annual meeting of the Small Boarding Schools Association where topics included discussions
on adopted children, different learners, kids in transition, emotional issues in our schools, and learning disabilities. The next
meeting of the Association will be at The Blue Ridge School in Virginia on March 16-18, followed by a School Fair in the Washington
DC area on March 19th.
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