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Bob Hudson is both a teacher and a social worker who has worked in the field of addictions and in urban education for over 40 years. He also a retired major from the United States Air Force Reserve and worked as a mental health social worker during Hurricane Andrew in 1993. He worked briefly in 1998 and 1999 as an assistant manager for Blues Hall of Fame Artist and Grammy Winner, the great Robert Lockwood, Jr. He has a bachelor degree in social work from Cleveland State University and two master degrees. These include one in community counseling from John Carroll University and another in Special Education from Notre Dame College. He is licensed in the State of Ohio as a professional teacher for student with both special education and gifted needs. He is also a Licensed Social Worker (LSW) in Ohio.
Bob also has an interest in writing poetry using high quality images which might include high definition photography or paintings and other artwork. Recently he has worked with many high definition images from the Cleveland photographer Matt Shiffler. Both Matt and Bob are hoping to publish a book with images and poetry in the near future. Bob writes a lot of his poetry on his Facebook page and many of his poems can be seen there. He has also recently written many poems for two artists with autism both Michael Tolleson and April Dawn Griffin. Bob is also an amateur photographer with his 12.1 pixel Nixon camera.
In the social networking realm, Bob is very active on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. He has a site on Facebook which is dedicated to social communication and autism acceptance. This site is called: Cognitively Social Environments -- https://www.facebook.com/CognitivelySocialEnvironments
His regular Facebook page is at: https://www.facebook.com/bhudlion
His LinkedIn page is: www.linkedin.com/in/bobhudsonlion/
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