Just got home from a week of incredible fellowship, collaboration and creativity with my coworkers!
The final exercise required of us to imagine our childhood, what it must be like to lose it all- my parents, traditions, culture, stuffed animals, community....gone in a matter of moments.
I spent some time sharing stories with my coworkers on our drive back about my incredible parents and the life they’ve given my brother. In case you had no idea, this lil boy is the greatest gift to our family! It’s given me a greater perspective as I serve children in foster care!
And by golly, he grew up fast. I legit teared up watching his sweet self and his little boy voice! Time stand still.
It’s become my honor to advocate for boys and girls like my brother!
Erik Erikson. I love this quote, it’s so true. The more I am patient and understanding with myself, the better I can provide that safety for others. 🔆🔆🔆🔆🔆🔆🔆🔆🔆🔆🔆
What has been your experience? Let us know! Let’s talk about it!
I work at home...by... myself! Some days I'm perfectly fine with it. Sometimes I get so lonely and wish that I could hear the voices and laughter of my co-workers. Today I got that opportunity! I met people that I've worked with for years!!! I filled my mind and heart with those precious laughs and smiles! We need to get together more often! Love you hard working, big hearted nurses of UHC!!
This number is the number of unique individuals who have received services from KRM’s Case Management team since the beginning of 2018.
196 people getting the individualized help they need. Whether it’s a phone, a referral to another service, help breaking down barriers that stop them from getting a job or housing. Whatever it is, it’s 196 people who are committed to restoring their life. 196, wow. .