Skillful and compassionate people are hampered by the systems they work within. Dysfunction in institutions, workplaces, and communities adversely impacts those who need them most and harms the people working in them.
What if people had more influence than the systems they work within?
Self-care can help people thrive in broken systems. Self-care prevents, burn-out, compassion fatigue, physical illness, and emotional distress. Self-care is an essential part of sustainably serving others and helps you be a better resource for the people you care for.
Work of Care offers free tools to support personal well-being, so people can better support each other. Use the 8 Steps to create a supportive environment and create a self-care plan so you can manage stress in a way that is aligned with your values.
SUPPORTING THE WELL-BEING OF HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS, EDUCATORS, CAREGIVERS, PARENTS, AND ANYONE WHO CHOOSES THE WORK OF CARING FOR OTHERS.
Communities, schools, hospitals, workplaces and neighborhoods need people who can help each other. Empower yourself to change the moment. Change the moment, and you change the world.