“What to write about?”

           For the past several months, actually since the first weekend in October, I’ve been experiencing some of the most excruciating pain a back injury can offer, or at least it feels that way. Mary and I love to take walks and on Saturday mornings during the summer and into early fall, we like to walk to the farmer’s market near our home to buy our week’s supply of fresh tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions, corn, and jostle and bump our way through the crowds of people on a similar mission.

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Down Under: Relationship-Centered Care – Part II

As promised here is Part II, sharing what I’ve learned from Daniella Greenwood’s work at Arcare located in Australia.  What is becoming very apparent to me is that caring for someone is not a one-way street.  In fact, the way person-centered care is currently being implemented really only addresses one side of the equation – the care receiver. Read more…