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  • (1) Good morning, do you have a lot to do today? You seemed very overwhelmed the other time I was here. Maybe I can help try and organize the schedule if we have a lot to do?
  • What I'm thinking: It's 9 a.m. and I'm still sleepy. Besides being tired, I'm excited to start my day and see what surprise I might get today. 
  • (2) Good morning. No, luckily I don't have a lot to do today. We have 1 eval with a 90-year-old first thing in the morning and a few patients to see later. Thank you for offering to help me! Let's start walking to our eval's room to see if she's awake. 
  • (2) I do Ms. H, She's in the third room on the right in this wing. 
  • What i'm thinking: I'm glad I remember the schedule that she showed me earlier. It allowed me to save us travel time. In the future, I'll write things down on a piece of paper because my memory will not always remember everything. 
  • (1) Justin, I all of a sudden forgot what room number our patient is in. Do you remember? I thought I wrote it down from the Ipad information list. 
  • (3) Good morning, my name is Justin Magno and I'm an occupational therapy student from Dominicna College. She is teaching me a lot. 
  • What I'm thinking: It is very important to introduce yourself to help create a therapeutic relationship. Especially if it's a new client. I will always remember to keep that in mind because I think it will help with my bed side manners when I become an occupational therapist. 
  • (2) Good morning, I don't mind at all, I enjoy the company. Oh he looks like a sweet young man. I hope you are learning a lot from her.
  • (1) Good morning Ms. A, How are you feeling today and are you ready for your eval? This is my student by the way.
  • (3) I've never heard that before Ms. A,. "...like a chicken on crack". You're funny. 
  • What I'm thinking: When I become an occupational therapist, I'll be encouraging towards my clients to promote an environment and attitude for participation in therapy/activities. 
  • (2) Oh it's nothing. You help encourage me with these mini work outs. You say this isn't therapy yet, but you have me moving around the bed like a chicken on crack
  • (1) Ms. A, after that evaluation, you seem to be in amazing shape for someone that just injured their leg. What's your secret?
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