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Hospital at home Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

A lot of people home after a spell in hospital may recovering from an accident, operation or illness. Or, more commonly, and this can much more of a problem, the patient may 'suffering' from no more than age. In any case, there's going to an in the homestead. You may a lot of help by a district nurse or home help a few hours a week, but no , you may in for rather a rough time.

If the condition which keeps the patient in the bedroom is likely to last for a long time, it is worth going to a lot of trouble to them fixed up with a bed downstairs. Of course, there are houses where this is impossible, but a patient's first objection is usually the lack of a loo. In this case it is worth putting a commode in the room or an adjoining room.

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