Friday, May 24, 2013

Good News Friday!

Imagine!’s website development team has been working hard on creating a new website for our organization. As part of the process, they have been collecting some quotes from Imagine! employees about why they like working at Imagine!. They shared some of those quotes with me, and today I’d like to share them with you.

“I like working at Imagine! because the Early Intervention team is dedicated, intelligent, passionate and funny. And, we get to make a positive difference in the lives of families and their children!”
- Jolie Bernstein, Service Coordinator

“I love working at Imagine!. The IT team gives me such great support. If I get stuck I can call any other team member for help, which helps me to give better service. I feel I am making a positive contribution to a staff that is more like family and that really makes a difference in our world.”
- Rick Brown, IT PC Specialist

“I enjoy working at Imagine! because of the supportive, creative, and innovative atmosphere. It is wonderful to work with a group of people who dedicate their lives to helping others while still continuously striving to do more and to do things better. It means a lot to me to be able to see the positive impact that we have on people’s lives and to have the support of my co-workers with programs that are implemented.”
- Lou Ella Price, Innovations Training and Development Consultant

“I love working at Imagine! because some of my coworkers have literally become my best friends. Everyone here is so caring and working towards the common goal of delivering great services to our participants. I also love working at Imagine! because our participants make me smile and laugh every day.”
-  Lisa Hofmann, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Out & About

“I like consulting with Imagine! because of their long-standing commitment to support evidence-based Applied Behavior Analysis assessment and treatment approaches, and because they foster interdisciplinary collaboration. These two elements are fundamentally important in the ongoing support of consumers and families that required behavioral and pharmacological interventions.”
- Jeff Kupfer, Ph.D., BCBA-D Licensed Psychologist (Consultant for Imagine! Behavioral Health Services {I.B.H.S.} since 2003)

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