Pamela Robinson, founder, 40+ Double Dutch Club:
“It takes you back to childhood. Back to a time when there’s no stress, no bills, no issues when you’re a kid jumping rope. So many times, when you reach 40, you are so busy taking care of everybody else — your kids, your husband, your parents — that you don’t take time to take care of yourself. So all of these women now are being intentional about self-care.”
Incorporating fun into community engagement to influence community health. Love it. 🧡
Prioritizing care means respecting the care seeker’s dignity, agency, and autonomy. Care-seeker choice gives patients some control over their healthcare journey, and it can improve patient access and satisfaction, particularly for marginalized people.