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Heritage

October 15, 2015

Committed to healing our global home; learning from and in solidarity with the poor; risking being prophetic in church and society; imbued with a deep faith in the active presence of God – these words are found in the vision statement of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati. The St. Joseph Home is a sponsored. . .

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Job Fair

September 28, 2015

Thursday, October 15, 2015 – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. St. Joseph Home’s Main Campus: 10722 Wyscarver Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45241 (Sharonville) | Van Vurst Room A 2013, 2014 & 2015 Enquirer Media Top Workplace

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Direct Support Professionals Appreciation Week!

September 14, 2015

On behalf of the entire St. Joseph Home community, please join me in thanking our Direct Support Professionals (DSP) and recognizing their amazing work. The week of September 14, 2015, is Direct Support Professionals Week. It is a week when the thousands of Direct Support Professionals across the world who partner with individuals with developmental. . .

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Gentle Teaching

September 8, 2015

About 5 years ago, I had the opportunity to have dinner with John McGee, who developed the concept of Gentle Teaching. It was a memorable night as he talked about his experience around the world working with adults and children who had been culturally marginalized. He told me of an experience working in an inpatient. . .

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2015 SJH Golf Classic – Help Drive Us Home

June 30, 2015

Thank you to our 2015 St. Joseph Home Golf Classic Planning Committee and Co-Chairs, Ann and Mike Keefe, for the planning and execution of what was the most successful Golf Classic to date and to our generous sponsors for their investment in those we serve! The 2015 Golf Classic was held on Monday, August 24. . .

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President’s Message for Summer

June 17, 2015

This is my last message as President/CEO of St. Joseph Home. Since February of 2011 I have been a member of this wonderful community. Leaving to move into semi-retirement is bittersweet to say the least. While I look forward to the free time to spend with grandsons and other family and friends I will miss. . .

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