Thursday, August 25, 2016

My experience: After surgery

I know that, for me, it sure helps if I am able to have someone with me after I have had surgery.  I never assume that the nurses will have enough time for me given their very busy schedules and the number of patients that they are responsible for.

As a blind person, I do my best to ensure that I do not impose too much on them.  I have always been lucky to have my mom with me and she is simply a Godsend. 

I never expect nurses to know how to interact with me as someone who is unable to see.  I do my best to not bother them too much and this has always worked for me.  I never assume and this is what keeps me on track in times of surgical procedures.

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