Tag Archives: Annual Theme

  • Ignite

    At Hello, we know that a tiny spark can start something big. Our people know the power of a single word of encouragement, a kernel of an idea, a lone voice of advocacy, an unsteady first step. They know that just one small ember has the power to transform the future, bringing bring light into… (read more)

  • We Got This

    There is a tendency in times of upheaval and challenge to look for the meaning behind the strife or at the very least a lesson to be learned. Challenges force us to stretch and grow and change whether we want to or not, and often prompt us to reflect on where we’ve been and contemplate… (read more)

  • All Together Now

    All Together Now Circle

    The knowledge, ideas, communication, and friendship that are woven together to create the fabric of Hello set us apart from our peers. Hello clinicians are willing to question barriers, research solutions, collaborate, and share with each other, building knowledge individually as well as for the group.  Each individual brings their unique experiences that contribute to… (read more)

  • Every day.

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    The power of setting intentions is something that most of us have heard about, if only in passing. It is written and talked about in a surprising variety of places, and if you’ve ever been to a yoga class, you’ve likely been asked by your instructor to “set an intention for your practice.” In our… (read more)

  • Growing, Stretching, Laughing

    Growing Stretching Laughing

    Having kids in your life, whether personally or professionally, means that this time of year is all about renewal and fresh starts. It brings with it a particular kind of manic, high-flying energy that inspires big dreams, which is why The Hello Foundation’s Leadership Team chooses September to identify a theme for the year to… (read more)

  • Press Play

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    It is a happy talent to know how to play. -Ralph Waldo Emerson Play. It is the stuff of our earliest memories. It is the place where we created worlds of wonder, experienced the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat, and tried adulthood on for size. It’s where we learned that, after being cooped… (read more)