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Jean Alleman
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Communication for the Cognizant Nonverbal Patient

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  2 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
If you're a patient whose mind knows what to say but whose mouth is unable to convey those thoughts, you've proably become very frustrated with finding a way to get your needs met. If you're the caregiver watching or trying to help the patient, you've likely become frustrated as well. Communication is about to become easier. With the help of the book, patients will finally ...more
Ebook, 1st, 16 pages
Published 2011 by Tate Publishing LLC
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Jun 10, 2011 Tristi rated it it was amazing
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When I was contacted about this little book, I admit, I choked up a bit. My father passed away nearly a year ago, and for the last week of his life, he was unable to speak much at all. We went through a lot of guesswork trying to figure out how best to meet his needs and keep him comfortable, and that was frustrating for us and for him. All we wanted was to know how to serve him, and I've often wondered if he got what he needed in that last week.

This book is one that I consider a valuable tool,
Mary Walling
Apr 22, 2011 Mary Walling rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Caregivers, Patients and Family Members of Patients
Recommended to Mary by: Cheri Chaney
Jane Alleman
Trudy Brown
Susan Robison
This is a wonderful little book created, designed and inspired by three sisters who after seeing a mother and husband suffer the pains of trying to communicate with caregivers and others felt that something had to be done to help meet both the needs of not only the patient but those they were trying to communicate with. The book is small, the pages are colorful, the pictures are adorable and the lettering is
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