Author Archives: jerrylanders

About jerrylanders

Executive Director for Aspire Indiana Health and Vice President for Aspire Indiana. Doctorial Student at Columbia Southern University studying business. Married and father of three children. I blog about mental health, business, social media and how all three intersect.

“Medal Winning” Videos of Homelessness

Originally posted on Aspire Indiana, Inc.:
With the Olympics wrapping up yesterday, our minds have been saturated over the last two weeks with the images of bronze, silver, and gold. These colors have taken on great symbolism as the brand…

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Collaborative Features in Google Drive

In 1996 Larry Page and Sergey Brin, both students at Stanford University, began collaborating on a search engine called BackRub.  More than a year later in Septeber 1997, Google.com is registered as a domain name. The name “Google” is a … Continue reading

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Britex and Export Trade

The European Union (EU) is a political partnership that represents a cooperative economic relationship between 28 member countries. The member countries are composed of Central and Eastern Europe. The member countries work together to set policies and to promote their … Continue reading

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Our Aspire Indiana FQHC Story

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Our story began in 2003 when the Center for Mental Health was the first Community Mental Health Center in the United States to be awarded a HRSA integration grant…. But a lot has changed since 2003.…

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Not All Wounds Are Visible

Ever wonder what it’s like to go through Basic Training? Do Drill Sergeants really yell all of the time? Is the gas chamber really that horrible? What’s it like to go to war? How hard is it to return home … Continue reading

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Staff Turnover among Behavioral Health Professionals

Webster’s dictionary defines employee turnover as “the ratio of the number of workers that had to be replaced in a given time period to the average number of workers.” The Bureau of Labor Statistics conducts a monthly survey designed to … Continue reading

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Social Media and Professional Ethics

Access to the Internet is everywhere. Communication and privileged information is now at our fingertips. Do we as professionals have a responsibility to help our industry by establishing a Code of Ethics? For example, within the behavioral healthcare industry, social … Continue reading

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