Improving Systems, Practices and Outcomes

aRPy's Corner

Hi there!

My name's aRPy, and I'm here to let folks in on the latest from the ECTA Center when it comes to Recognizing and Performing the DEC Recommended Practices!

Illustration: aRPY's Face

DEC Conferece 2016: aRPy makes some friends!

Photo: Ohio Ambassaddor Jennifer Ottley
Photo: VP of the DEC Executive Board Megan Vinh
Photo: Michigan Ambassador Nancy Surbrook
Photo: Ambassadors Jennifer Ottley (OH), Catie Limbach (NE), Phoebe Rinkel (KS), Alex Ruiz (NM) and Aaron Deris (MN)

Meet the aRPy Ambassadors!

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DEC Conferece Wrap-up: Make your own aRPy magnets, stickers and cards to get the word out!

aRPy's back from Atlanta for the DEC Conference! Thanks to everyone who came to check out the Performance Checklists and Practice Guides at the Poster Session, in the Exhibit Hall!

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  • Download the PDF: aRPy Sticker/Magnet/Card Design
  • After you've download the design, you can print it onto all kinds of things to help us get the word out about the Recommended Practices and our related products!
  • aRPy placed an order online with FedEx. It was approximately $60 per 100 magnets. You may find a better price locally.
  • You can also print magnets or stickers yourself using WWW: Avery Inkjet Magnetic Business Cards or WWW: Sticker Paper!

Invitation to Webinar: Introduction to ECTA Center's Products for the DEC Recommended Practices: Wednesday, September 23, 2015, 1:00 PM EDT

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If you missed the webinar, the presentation's available here!


Recognizing and Performing the Recommended Practices: Introducing aRPy

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