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2020-08-25 17:54:08 Beth Moeller and Dr. DeStefano sat down to discus insights gleaned from a lifetime rooted in Catholicism, a 57 year strong marriage and family of 6 children and 17 grandchildren, art during the period of the Renaissance and...
I spoke with my uncle Jun. We had a conversation about cultural differences between the Philippines and the United States. Ultimately, we had a conversation about the importance of resilience and giving back to the community.
Everyone has an "origin story" of how and where they began. I interviewed my mother, Pamela Leung about her early life and the experiences that influenced her to become the loving and caring mother she is today. This interview chronicles...
2020-08-27 15:23:17 Beth Moeller from Griswold Home Care, sat down with Toni McKeen, an instructor from Founders Hall Center in Ridgefied, CT, to discuss factors driving resilience learned from genealogy, the Renaissance, and global cultures. Hear how setbacks can make...
Alex asked me about my time here at UAA and how knowing my identity has helped me. He asked me about my resiliency in my life and my time at college.
Jeanne Kimberl (55) interviews her friend and mentee Austin Travis (24) about the goals he hopes to accomplish, the challenges he has overcome, and the life lessons he has learned along the way.
How the African American community “copes and pivots” to ensure that they have a seat at the table.
Perry McKinney shares his life story and words of wisdom for young people, as well ideas to foster needed systemic reforms.
In celebration of National Caregivers Day, we sat down to learn understand the client/caregiver connection and how it nurtures resilience. We learn that while each of each of us struggles with setbacks, together we pull eachother through to elevate life...
I interview my mother about her childhood in Colombia, coming to America, adopting a new culture, and the many lessons life has taught her. She shares experiences and people that have shaped her into the strong woman she is today.
In an interview with my mom, Jessica Johnson, she speaks about her childhood, and struggles she’s faced throughout her life. Although not all details were shared, she speaks about how it made her a resilient person, and how she wants...
Edward Bloch (87) talks with his cousin Meredith Skeath (71) about his father helping Jewish families escape from Europe before WWII, his courtship of Carol, how they started a family, and the importance of finding work you love and realizing...
We're doing an interview for a project that's based of survival, resilience and identity. My class (writing and reading strategies) have connected with Hollis class (intercultural communication) to explore how students negotiate their identity at UAA.
Sharing our experiences about our identities as students at UAA.
Ira tells her granddaughter Tracy about growing up poor in rural Tennessee.
Jim Hedtke, Vietnam Era Submariner shared humorous tales from 75 days under sea on the US Navy's USS Flying Fish with Beth Moeller for the Griswold Home Care Resilience Project. Hear powerful lessons about resilience that inspire pride in America's...
Bryan Darst, a highly respected man in Athens County, Ohio, tells his life story and shares words of wisdom.
Hilary Trudell (38) interviews her friend, Dean "Justin" Booth (54), about his journey from addict and troublemaker to writer, poet, and storyteller.
Colleagues Silvia Austerlic (55) and Kimberly De Serpa [no age given], discuss their work at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital, helping others through grief, and how they hope to better serve the Latino/a/x population at the hospital.
Beth Moeller from Griswold Home Care sat down with Pam Shepperd-Katra, director of social work for Filosa/Hancock Hall and Medicare Nurse/MDS coordinator, Kathy Berry, in Danbury, one of communities outside of New York that was hardest hit at the outset...