“A phrase often recited by many social workers is to “meet the patients where they’re at.” Even though I may not be in the same place in my life as my patients, it is important to respect that they will come in when they are ready, and will complete the tasks on their own time”
"What does it mean to be an intentional listener? These days, it seems like a lot of people only listen in order to reply, but not in order to extend conversation into a place of understanding and active listening."
“I am very grateful for my time here and hope to never stop venturing outside of my comfort zone to gain the knowledge that it takes to be a leader in the health field, working towards bettering the health outcomes of all communities alike.”
“Lack of access to health resources is one of the biggest pitfalls of the US healthcare system, and care navigators like me help keep busy, fearful, or uninformed patients proactive and engaged in their health management.”