Adero C E Allison, PHD

Biography

Adero C E Allison, PhD
Chief Inspiration Officer - Transitioning Adults plus®

Capacity development is a term that speaks to the ability to help people and societies develop formerly unrecognized internal strengths. Dr. Allison’s career has utilized capacity development in her work with individuals and organizations. She has managed social service programs in Michigan and Oregon and has held faculty positions at the community college and university levels. Currently in Arizona, Dr. Allison is faculty with the University of Phoenix School of Advanced Studies. Dr. Allison has presented in state and national conferences on such diverse topics as diversity, disability access and seniors & disability. As a business consultant and executive coach in private practice since 1994 she has worked with private for profits and public non-profits to enhance the success of those organizations.

“I specialize in helping people connect their dreams and values to actions that will further their goals. My research on Trauma and Transcendence grew from my passion to help people live better lives. Trauma and external circumstances may derail us temporarily but they don’t have to stop us cold.“

Dr. Allison has chosen to put her experience and love of people into assisting individuals with the stress and sometimes trauma experienced as a result of aging or onset of a disability. Her expanded understanding of the changes these events might trigger helped to drive the development of Transitioning Adults plus® to address anticipated and unanticipated “later in life” transitions.

Adero C E Allison is an Accredited Associate of the Institute for Independent Business.

Her motto is:
The most disabling condition: attitude.
The most enabling condition: ATTITUDE!

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Books

Making Your Difficult Move Exceptional!
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 8,980. Language: English. Published: March 8, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Elder care
This book provides help for individuals and families in transition because of age related factors. Some people work with relocation specialists or geriatric care managers. This book helps you to think of the kinds of things these professionals typically help with. Use to prepare yourself to guide the process or to DIY.

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Smashwords book reviews by Adero C E Allison, PHD

  • #1 Shades of Gray Noir, City Shrouded By Darkness- Sci-Fi Horror Suspense Serial on May 15, 2012
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    According to the Smashwords database I bought this book three weeks ago. Wow! how time flies. I couldn't put it down and when I finished I had to buy books 2 and 3 in the series. That was when I found out there were more. I can't stop reading, trying to learn what will happen to the people I feel I have come to know. I'm on book 5 now. The series continues and unless the author drastically changes writing styles I will be reading until the series ends. Again let me say Wow! Action, heartache, loss and unexpected love. Great series.
  • #1 Shades of Gray Noir, City Shrouded By Darkness- Sci-Fi Horror Suspense Serial on May 15, 2012

    According to the Smashwords database I bought this book three weeks ago. Wow! how time flies. I couldn't put it down and when I finished I had to buy books 2 and 3 in the series. That was when I found out there were more. I can't stop reading, trying to learn what will happen to the people I feel I have come to know. I'm on book 5 now. The series continues and unless the author drastically changes writing styles I will be reading until the series ends. Again let me say Wow! Action, heartache, loss and unexpected love. Great series.
  • Flight 1401 A Science Fiction Anthology on May 15, 2012

    This is a good anthology. Each story held my attention. I am more of a novel person so I frequently wanted more but I never felt that there was something missing as I finished a story.
  • #5 Shades of Gray: Night of the Twilight- The Chimera Strain on June 01, 2012
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    This is a mixed review for me. I loved the first four books. Unfortunately for me this book took a shift from science fiction with machines and AI to horror with Zombies (which I happen to find gross). The good news is the story writing was still compelling so I read the whole story. The bad news is I haven't been back online to check the direction of the rest of the series. If you like both Sci-Fi and Horror this is an excellent series. It keeps you on edge and you always wonder what will happen next.