Providing Care by Walking Alongside

Episode 4 April 21, 2021 00:24:18
Providing Care by Walking Alongside
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Providing Care by Walking Alongside

Apr 21 2021 | 00:24:18

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Show Notes

Community health workers are an essential part of the caregiving team. Denise Smith who is the Executive Director of the National Association of Community Health Workers shares how trust is at the center of the work her team provides. Walking alongside those who you care for is truly the most compassionate way of approaching how to serve and help people at the highest level. 


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