A law enforcement leader puts family first – Keeping it REAL Caregiving Celebrates Black History. And we’re doing so more than just one month, but rather all year.
In this episode, meet a man who has a challenging career in law enforcement. But, this son says being a family caregiver to his mother may be even more challenging.
Watch this segment and you will quickly feel the love and dedication this son feels for his mother.
Meet Captain Delrish Moss of the Florida International University Police Department. He has a long and distinguished career, having served with the City of Miami Police Department for several decades.
He rose to national recognition, when he was sworn in as the first African American Chief for the Ferguson, Missouri department. That role came in the wake of the shooting death of Michael Brown.
Captain Moss ultimately chose to step down from that position and return home to South Florida, to care for his aging mother facing health complications.
He shares valuable information about lessons-learned and has advice for others about navigating caregiving.
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