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National CASA Podcast

Podcast LogoIn this series of interviews we provide updates from National CASA, alert you to legislative action, and share experiences from program staff, volunteers and the youth we serve. In addition, you will gain important staff and volunteer skills to help you advocate for abused and neglected children.

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Veronica Montaño-Pilch from the National CASA Association introduces the organization’s new Inclusion and Outreach Committee.
Direct download: veronica.mp3
Category:National CASA Update -- posted at: 3:27pm PDT

Ken Bryson from Generations United discusses kinship care.
Direct download: kb.mp3
Category:Volunteer Skills -- posted at: 3:26pm PDT

Dee Horn, a CASA volunteer from Atlanta, GA, describes his first case and offers advice to new volunteers.
Direct download: dee.mp3
Category:Stories From the Network -- posted at: 3:24pm PDT

National CASA staff members reflect on the May 2008 Forgotten Children event in Washington, DC.
Direct download: forgotten_children.mp3
Category:National CASA Update -- posted at: 3:23pm PDT

Danielle Kassow, research and development associate from Thrive by Five, discusses attachment theory in children.
Direct download: Dan0609.mp3
Category:Volunteer Skills -- posted at: 3:18pm PDT

Part one of our discussion of early childhood development with Danielle Kassow, research and development associate from Thrive by Five.
Direct download: dan.mp3
Category:Volunteer Skills -- posted at: 3:20pm PDT

Carmela Welte, deputy CEO of the National CASA Association, explains the pending Invest in Kids Act and its effect on the CASA/GAL network.

Direct download: carmela.mp3
Category:Legislative Update -- posted at: 3:11pm PDT

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