LOLA, the Lifelong Organizational Learning App

submission by Karen M Caruso
LOLA, the Lifelong Organizational Learning App

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Please select the one indicator that is most relevant to your project or organization: Education

What is your idea and how will it impact your indicator?

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Impact on the Educational landscape: inclusive, forward moving, digital.

It’s easy to recall this typical school-day scene: morning bell rings, kids line up, the teacher leads the way into the classroom and students find their places.

For some, however, this is also a time when confusion and isolation begin to set in.

Students’ backpacks unzip, papers, books and pencil cases make their way to desktops, as some find themselves stuck in a maze, frozen, without any idea of which direction to turn. Each year more and more students in Los Angeles classrooms find themselves, as hard as they try, lost in these everyday situations.

These students struggle with executive function.

How do problems with executive function affect learning?
Difficult to: make transitions, remember and retrieve information, solve problems, organize thoughts/actions and keep track of more than one thing at a time.

Our solution: LOLA, the Lifelong Organizational Learning App.
LOLA presents an App-based solution to the organizational troubles experienced by the increasing numbers of students at large. This is a rare opportunity to assist children while also including parents and educators in the solution process, which, in turn, greatly reduces the time and effort spent supporting, often not yielding the progression towards necessary life skills. Through these proposed efficiencies, LOLA provides a low cost, high reward framework which benefits the entire community involved - but most importantly: the development of lifelong organizational capabilities of a child.

For example:
The LOLA work system: breaks down activities into manageable customizable task systems, which makes creating plans and keeping track of more than one thing at once a reality.
The LOLA timer: uses personalize reminders in the form of light, images and vibrations.
The LOLA messaging buttons: promotes private student-to-teacher communication to help: students ask for help, seek more information when needed, wait to speak and remain on task.

As a result, LOLA, through seamless support and private communication between the teacher and student, eliminates any humiliation associated with being confused along with the shame that comes with being the struggling child. Moreover, other students are spared from the distractions that come when a teacher verbally redirects an off-task student; therefore, the entire classroom community flows smoothly, focuses on the lessons at hand and learning happens.


How will your project benefit Los Angeles? Please be specific.

A healthier Los Angeles Educational landscape: digital, efficient, forward moving.

The G o l d h i r s h F o u n d a t i o n has identified in their report that:
Education received the lowest rating, meaning that is a significant impediment to human development. This outcome was based on the fact that the public school system in Los Angeles is failing many of its students. Graduation rates are low and too many kids throughout the county are not completing the necessary college preparatory coursework. Enrollment and investment in high-quality preschool is also lacking. On top of this, continued cuts at the state level are making a bad situation worse. Given that education is such a fundamental aspect of human development with far-reaching effects, the stark disparity in educational opportunities for the county’s students is unacceptable.

Let’s start with this question: what do current special education services cost in the United States?
According to Nathan Levenson, in a study sponsored by the Fordham Institute special education represented about 21 percent of all education spending across the nation in 2005, or $110 billion, compared with 18 percent in 1996. (Layton 2012)

Who are we talking about in Los Angeles?
In LAUSD alone, approximately 77,000 students currently have Individual Education Plans, of which some 50,000 students are identified as having trouble with executive function. (Cross & Joftus,2011)

In an era of budget cuts, can we do better? Yes we can!
The current implementation of 1:1 aides has not proven effective and so far the main tool used when a child needs help –this is tremendously expensive and not a solution that works towards increasing independence.

LOLA, a universal tool, requiring a relatively small investment will yield not only a huge learning impact on a large number of students, but also make a tremendously positive budgetary impact.

Think about it: the typical 2013 modern-day LA classroom relies heavily on inconsistent, ineffective and costly practices such as: paper agendas, paper lists, verbal cues and one-on-one aides, whereas LOLA creates an individual organizational system opportunity, along with a respectful and private communication system through digital technologies.


What are some of your organization’s most important achievements to date?

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Achievements in Educational landscape: pragmatic, innovative, collaborative.

Arguably, the most frustrating situations for educators and parents alike include: not being able to support children by giving each child the tools he/she needs to navigate through his or her day with confidence and independence.

Our success story: in the fall of 2012, Karen met Lola, a bright, kind-hearted, eager and willing third-grader, the type of student that inspires any teaching heart. As the first week of the school year unfolded, Karen observed Lola, despite her powers of persistence, struggle consistently with recalling/retrieving information that she needed to followed multi-step directions.

Karen a veteran third grade teacher, knows that by third grade, kids start to take pride in “doing things on their own” and too many reminders by a teacher elicit painful embarrassment. Fortunately, she had just participated in “Structuring the Learning Environment” a special ed professional development series offering strategies to help special needs kids get through “tasks”. Building on what was learned, she began to create work systems on strips of paper for Lola that broke done daily routines and academic situations into “one step at a time lists” and added a little animal clip for Lola to move as she progressed through each step. Karen, in collaboration with Lola's Mom, Carrie, formalized these systems for Lola by posting them in her planner and empowering her to check off her tasks as she went - allowing her to feel far more in control and independent.

It was almost magical: Lola went from being frozen to completely independent, with her “work system” at hand. Building on Lola’s achievement, Karen’s principal requested that she share her strategies with other teachers, who in turn successfully applied work systems with their struggling students.

The recent course Karen had taken, coupled with the perfect timing of having Lola as student along with the professional development she shared with other teachers made Karen realize just how many kids would in the future, benefit tremendously by a "work system" like she had informally developed for Lola, and an idea took root: an App version.


Please explain how you will evaluate your project. How will you measure success?

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Evaluating the Educational landscape: student engagement, goal oriented, digital.

Alignment with National Common Core and Individual Education Plan Goals.
Measured by: Los Angeles schools student retention/graduation rates, teacher effectiveness ratings and district budget reductions within special education.

The creation of LOLA evolved from the urgent need to give students the tools that he/she needs in order to perform tasks necessary to everyday functioning. As this is the fundamental purpose of LOLA, when schools throughout Los Angeles utilize all that LOLA will offer, schools will see an increase in student engagement, increase in promotion of students with proficient or higher skills and an increase of teacher effectiveness on student engagement and classroom management. Consequently, the rate at which students graduate from high school, prepared for success in college and the workplace will drastically upsurge.

Also, by putting technology into the hands of students now only better prepares them to succeed as the new Common Core State Standards assessments which will be given primarily on computers or other digital devices where multiple types of items will be used, including computer-enhanced items and performance tasks, in order to measure the full range of knowledge and skills called for in the CCSS.


Please identify any partners or collaborators who will work with you on this project.

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Partnering in the Educational landscape: social, efficient.

LOLA will establish a close partnership with Los Angeles schools and districts beyond. Teacher, parents and students will partner in an unprecedented way, with technology as the uniting tool. LOLA provides the first known technological tool to help students conquer their organizational challenges in such a step-by-step way

LOLA allows for the practice of customizing and accommodating for students with special needs to be standardized through the use of a consistent platform thus making the transition to a new classroom from one year to the next much smoother.

What would success look like in the year 2050 regarding your indicator?

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The 2050 Los Angeles Educational landscape: inclusive, tolerant, digital, social, efficient, paper-responsible, pragmatic, forward moving, collaborative, optimistic learning communities.

Imagine a classroom that truly implements technology to assist a student in becoming productive and self reliant– far beyond games and fun apps. Imagine a tool that could remain with a student for his/her entire day from dawn to dusk and transition with him/her from one school year to the next – for a lifetime. Imagine a tool that could address IEP goals all year long. Imagine a paperless organizational tool that facilitates all that: LOLA, the Lifelong organizational learning app.

We know technology will change. We know the world we live in will change. We know that an individual who has trouble with executive function will forever need support in order to navigate through his/her day. The tools that LOLA provide will break open and reframe education in 2013 and beyond by putting an otherwise nonexistent support tool in the hands of such individuals, which, due to customizable capacities, will evolve alongside technological advances and societal needs well into the year 2050.


Discussion
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Fantastic idea!!! Two amazing women doing an amazing work that will be of help to so many!!!

by pattipetrich
almost 3 years ago

April 12, 2014

Re: LOLA, the Lifelong Organizational Learning App

To: The G o l d h i r s h F o u n d a t i o n

An urgent request to Ben Goldhirsh, CEO and Co-Founder of GOOD, and exemplary guardian of his Father’s legacy.

Ben, for several years, we have been neighbors and admirers of Carrie Heckman and her wonderful husband and family here on South Gramercy Place in Los Angeles.

We have become good friends over those years, and Carrie’s consistent intelligence, energy, kindness and her tireless community service illuminate and inspire our entire neighborhood.

Carrie and Karen Caruso have recently created an initiative entitled LOLA, which is a Lifelong Organizational Learning App.

Their LOLA is a Special Education App, deisigned to revolutionize the teaching of Executive Function management to the tens of thousands of children – initially in the Los Angeles area, but applicable worldwide! – who currently require the cutting-edge learning techniques that the LOLA App can now provide, to overcome their critical, limiting deficiency.

We know and respect your increasingly successful goal “to do the most GOOD!”

For that very reason, I make this urgent request that you and your able G o l d h i r s h F o u n d a t i o n executives grant special consideration to Carrie Heckman’s and Karen Caruso’s request for assistance with their outstanding initiative.

With thanks and gratitude for your time and kind attention to this request,

Respectfully,

William Hook
E-Mail: wwhookbkmp@hotmail.com

by wwhook
about 3 years ago

I'm just so excited about the possibilities of this App and wish Carrie (an old friend) and Karen the best of luck! I just posted the following on Facebook....and encourage everyone to share on their Facebook page...in the hopes more people will become inspired and help in getting this APP made ASAP!!

Hi All, my dear friend Carrie (and Karen Caruso, an elementary school Teacher) has been working over a year on developing this amazing APP that will help ALL children help themselves get organized. An App that will actually empower children to learn how to care for themselves by creating order, which will ultimately enable them to become successful...which will magically ignite a lifelong love of learning! And autonomy!? What a wonderful life skill. Please VOTE and help them get this project funded.

by dukilalou
about 3 years ago

I'm just so excited about the possibilities of this App and wish Carrie (an old friend) and Karen the best of luck! I just posted the following on Facebook....and encourage everyone to share on their Facebook page...in the hopes more people will become inspired and help in getting this APP made ASAP!!

Hi All, my dear friend Carrie (and Karen Caruso, an elementary school Teacher) has been working over a year on developing this amazing APP that will help ALL children help themselves get organized. An App that will actually empower children to learn how to care for themselves by creating order, which will ultimately enable them to become successful...which will magically ignite a lifelong love of learning! And autonomy!? What a wonderful life skill. Please VOTE and help them get this project funded.

by dukilalou
about 3 years ago

Learning issues are real and more prevalent than most people realize. LOLA assists those
children who most need help in navigating the maze of school and life requirements. I can't
understand why this concept hasn't been developed before now, but at least we finally can
take a giant step to assist our children who are struggling.
I have seen research grants come and go in the educational and organizational area and this
one has them all beat. Let's get if funded now!

by BobToni
about 3 years ago

What a positive and empowering idea! It could eliminate so much stress in our house. Please fund this quickly so my kids can use it.

by david.kidd.185
about 3 years ago

This APP has to come to the educational marketplace. I work with middle school students who struggle with executive functioning challenges on a daily basis. As they move between classrooms and teachers throughtout the day this app could positively effect both their academics and their self-esteem. We often see the students with special needs lose out on instruction because they are several steps behind in getting prepared to learn. While the typical student has their notebook out, their pencil in hand and their eyes on the teacher, a student who struggles with executive functioning may be just thinking about where to set down their binder and why their desk is not aligned in the same direction as it was yesterday. Engaging this student with an app that will provide a step-by-step process of what to do coupled with positive feedback will help students be ready to learn at the same time as his/her peers. Middle School Students have a strong desire to "look" like everyone else. A personal hand-held app that takes the place of an instructional assistant, will allow the student to be organized and ready to learn without having an adult hovering over his/her shoulder. Let me know if you need Beta testers - I have a few students who I would love to give them a chance to try out LOLA! Good luck in bringing this App to the market.

by JEMteach
about 3 years ago

what brilliant innovative work you're doing. This will benefit ALL chldren! Good Luck with this important project! Catherine Wilson Berger

by catherine wilson berger
about 3 years ago

As a parent and a former teacher, i believe that this would be an enormously effective tool in the classroom. Teachers can use LOLA to support students in an individualized way that would preserve the student

by jane.hutchins.92
about 3 years ago

Another tool to help level the playing field - the kind of advocacy that so many children need and deserve!

by gmdresen
about 3 years ago

What is so wonderful about this app is that the child

by tut.gramling
about 3 years ago

Such a great idea and an important one. Thank you for making a difference.

by shirap
about 3 years ago

Thanks David! We sure hope to fund it quickly. If we had a dollar for everyone that has said that to us so far we

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

LOLA is a great App idea! Congratulations Carol and Carrie for coming up with it! Less time needed for organizing/focusing means more time available for learning.

by febs
about 3 years ago

...preserve the student's dignity and increase his/her self-reliance. Using technology to help with organization and transitions (rather than to distract from them) is brilliant!

by jane.hutchins.92
about 3 years ago

This is something that I believe would truly help my daughter, and other kids, who struggle with being organized. And I think it sounds fun - always a bonus when you're looking at taking a different approach to school.

by minotaur52
about 3 years ago

This is an excellent example of using technology in a positive way to ensure that students with IEPs truly feel 'inclusive', feel empowered, independent and self sufficient! Fantastic way to raise kids' self esteem and to help kids feel in control and demonstrate their 'abilities' instead of 'disabilities'.

by KGB824
about 3 years ago

A wonderful discovery of a solution to a problem in learning (and don't we all have one or another?). So encouraging! A humane educational purpose for the developers' technical ingenuity.

by hughsont
about 3 years ago

As the parent of a child with a learning disability, I could tell you first-hand the affect Karen Caruso has had on our family, but there are not enough words or enough space to even remotely articulate her genius, compassion, intuitiveness, or dedication to education. Karen is my personal hero. Help her be a hero to children everywhere by voting NOW!

by nowseehear
about 3 years ago

Equally, it provides the rare example of n application that both reduces work and cost while concurrently increasing an individual student's output and comprehension...awesome.

by Busydad
about 3 years ago

Too often, talk of what to do for special ed kids with the range of ADHD/executive function disabilities focuses on "modifying" the curriculum so that we simply take out the things that challenge them: kids can

by drpenglish
about 3 years ago

this app is a wonderful idea and will most definitely help kids in a great way and will benefit them! AMAZING ide a, Karen. LOLA sounds perfect

by maddyviolin123
about 3 years ago

A great example of harnessing technology in a fashion that was previously untenable. Equally, it

by Busydad
about 3 years ago

This app is a brilliant idea. It is just the beginning in how kids will learn and live in our "tech" world. This is the future. I am not surprised that a dedicated teacher would come up with a tool to help her students.
All kids are precious. We need to be forward thinking. How kids learn is also changing. good job...

by golfer41
about 3 years ago

Fabulous work Karen! This is going to make such a difference to so many!

by juliette.lange.90
about 3 years ago

Pure genius. This app is going to lift a huge weight off of so many kids

by lilycampbell
about 3 years ago

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by deleted
about 3 years ago

This app is not only going to help kids be more independent, it is going to save so much money.
This is a great forward thinking idea. Just the beginning.

by educator
about 3 years ago

my fault I meant a part*

by ewa23roks
about 3 years ago

Thank you for creating and developing this app idea. Lola, describes my own child when she was in 3rd grade. Karen, your dedication, passion and experience will help countless number of young students feel good about themselves and confident about learning.

by LFChung
about 3 years ago

Good work Karen. Let's give it a try to see how it works. Anything to help children learn in a seamless, enjoyable way is a good change.

by joel.karchmer
about 3 years ago

This application looks to be one fantastic step in how we educate and progress through teaching special needs children. Being very easily distracted and difficult to even focus, I feel like the students benefiting from LOLA will be able to learn with greater ease and will also strive to be the absolute best with their new confidence that has been developed through the Lifelong Organizational Learning App. I look forward to seeing this used in classrooms all over the country!

by ThisIsAUsername
about 3 years ago

Brilliant app idea! Some of my relatives struggle with this kind of problem in school, but this will definitely be a great help to them and thousands of other students!

by sushijebus
about 3 years ago

Your personal experiences are the inspirations for the creation of LOLA! Let

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

This will change and, hopefully, define the future of education for all students by making the process more user friendly, independent and accessible. I can

by 3birdyb
about 3 years ago

If this app only helps half of the students that it IS going to help, it would be heralded as a major breakthrough and a great success.

by SWhitman
about 3 years ago

When this world that is coming to terms with itself in this new age of technology offers up to our kids huge new advancements in social media and bigger and more seductive games to distract them, along comes someone who looks at the true needs of our children and offers to help. LOLA is to children with executive function learning disabilities what CPR is to the nearly drowned. Imagine your child struggling to keep up and coming home from school every day embarrassed and confused. Imagine something they could understand and use to not only stop feeling badly about themselves but to not only keep up but to excel.
We all know the importance of education and we all want what's best for our sons and daughters. When tools such as LOLA come along, we must take heed. WE MUST.

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

When this world that is coming to terms with itself in this new age of technology by giving our kids huge new advancements in social media and bigger and more seductive games to distract them, along comes someone who looks at the true needs of our children and offers to help. LOLA is to children with executive function learning disabilities what CPR is to the nearly drowned. Imagine your child struggling to keep up and coming home from school every day embarrassed and confused. Imagine something they could understand and use to not only stop feeling badly about themselves but to not only keep up but to excel.
We all know the importance of education and we all want what

by SWhitman
about 3 years ago

This looks like a fantastic idea! I would love for something like this to be apart of this world!

by ewa23roks
about 3 years ago

Wow! I don't think a mere "thank you" covers it here! Thank you nonetheless! We are delighted by your passion for what we are trying to do! Many thanks for taking the time to write and to vote. We cannot get over how much support has been pouring in online and off and we hope people keep it up!

by carrie.heckman1
almost 3 years ago

I love this! You totally understand the power of a tool like this. I think any parent can understand the benefits of helping a child feel good about themselves. And you are right, empowering a child instead of allowing them to feel helpless or overly dependent on others is an approach we need to strive for. All kids can use this from 1st grade through college. Thank you so much for your comment!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

And here's the bonus: by funding LOLA and bringing all the support LOLA will offer, Los Angeles School Districts will actually save money! This an opportunity to positively effect the education scene now and in the future! Thanks for posting your insights!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

. . .(to continue) could have funded this by now! Every kid has an area or two where they need a bit more support/reminding and this is it! We are gratified by how many people "get it" right away and see the immediate need for this in the classroom. Thanks again!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

Your comments really allow for visualization of a typical day with LOLA. Looking cool with your device while getting valuable assistance from it is a "win-win" for everyone. Locking the device down to only be used for LOLA will also help with that age group :) I have a feeling you and your students would be perfect Beta testers. Many thanks for this helpful comment!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

We appreciate your support!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

You are so right Gretchen!

by tut.gramling
about 3 years ago

(To continue my comment) is able to expend all their brain power on learning, on what really counts, rather than wasting precious mental energy on getting organized!!!
Bravo Karen and Carrie! This app will lighten the load for students and teachers alike!

by tut.gramling
about 3 years ago

Thank you so much for your support! We hope this will happen!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

Thanks Jane! You would know - on all fronts - how helpful this would be. And you are right, preserving dignity and increasing self-reliance are key goals here! Thanks so much for your comment!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

We agree with you KGB! These kids are the App generation and we need to create ways to build their learning styles and technology use.

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

All I can say about this is "wow" and, I agree!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

Great points: education should be about "progression" and what benefits students!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

And it increases their independence! With our real world study, we saw a student master tasks after a short period of time and ultimately not need to rely on the reminders. Repetition can often do the trick. With a little upfront effort we believe children can increase their self confidence and rise to more complicated challenges. They don't need to interrupt their teacher, they have the tools in their own hands.

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

Well said! Yes, I think we all have at least one (if not more) learning challenges! What is exciting about this is how customizable it is. It addresses many different learning or organizational challenges and empowers the user(s) to keep working and improving. I have had at least ten friends tell me today that they want it for their children - and as many adults who want it for themselves!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

Exactly right : "talk of what to do" vs doing right by students!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Any way to help kids can be, as you say: a perfect idea!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

You are so right: technology opens up so many possibilities- why not LOLA?

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

So neat to think about the beginning and the future all in the same sentence....

:)

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Community work should be about what you write: making a difference for so many!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

You identified one of our biggest intentions! YAY!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

What a great comment! That is exactly what happened to us. That is why creating a tool that can provide continuity and be a lifelong resource is the only real way to help! It also creates an environment whereby all members of a child's team need to work together - using the same tool.

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

"Green" should including saving resources such as money too, right on educator!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

We need innovations to be "a part of this word" for sure!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Should say: I can't wait to use it!

by 3birdyb
about 3 years ago

Your story is fuel for our project...thanks for sharing your post!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

What a great motto!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Thanks! While working on LOLA we kept thinking about just how many individuals this App would assist in so many different situations!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

*Your personal experiences are the inspirations for the creation of LOLA! Let's get her in these hands.

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Educations needs tool like LOLA that will "level the playing field" as you write. This factor not only impacts the student using LOLA but the ENTIRE class community due to the reduction in distractions thus increasing success for ALL the students.

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Thank you so much for your support! We hope this will happen!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

Teachers like you have been commenting on how much they see how LOLA will positively impact the educational experience for the students in their classrooms by giving them a means to USE modern-day technology tools-thus LOLA will move Los Angeles classrooms productively into the future!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Disabilities make us deeper, I know first hand: I am hearing impaired from a childhood illness...I appreciate the sounds I do hear from my aides!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

Disabilities make us deeper, I know first hand: I am hearing impaired from a childhood illness...I appreciate the sounds I do hear from my aides!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

As you say: Heartfelt journeys yield universal solutions!

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

That is our experience and often, it's not the curriculum but other barriers such as organizational skills, processing speed or an inability to sit still that are the true issues - pretty normal kid challenges! This App really is for ALL students, not just for kids with learning challenges. It's time time that we update the classroom environment with some modern day tools. Imagine a teacher being able to privately communicate with a student without the entire classroom needing to be a part of the communication. Sometimes a quick "touching base" will do the trick.

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

I think we can all see our kids in the description of Lola here. I know both of my children could benefit from a tool that can take them through their day - providing varying amounts of support depending on their needs! Thanks for this great comment!

by carrie.heckman1
about 3 years ago

Without progression, the educating process would be stuck at a standstill and that being so, how could we ever prosper? Because of this, I cannot wait until this application is finally published!

by ThisIsAUsername
about 3 years ago

We are working hard so that you will have this tool for the coming school year!

:)

by Karen M Caruso
about 3 years ago

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