Kerry Moore discusses how to balance the responsibilities of caring for an elderly loved one with our teaching responsibilities.
Quotes from the episode
We’re trying to help people grow their own ability to meet needs and to have agency in their own lives.
Sometimes challenges can help us to … bounce forward into new skills and knowledge.
Nothing is going to make the loss of someone you love or a disability okay, but the way we walk through it makes a big difference in what our life looks like on the other side.
A healthy locus of control has a realistic assessment of the things that I am in control of and also the things that I’m not.
Caregiving [has] a lot of physical demands but also a lot of emotional demands.
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