HCA 230 week 6 Coping and support Presentation

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10/5/10 Click to edit Master subtitle style Support Systems For the Sick and Disabled Lyndy Boucher Axia College HCA/230 Jana Watters 8/18/2010
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10/5/10 Support Systems For the Sick and Disabled 123rf.photo / dreamstime.crutches /
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10/5/10 Support Systems For the Sick and Disabled Instrument al Support is the need for mechanical support or actual physical support Dreamstime.consultation / Dreamstime.aide /
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10/5/10 Support Systems For the Sick and Disabled Informationa l support, is the need for factual information from pamphlets, people, or internet. Dreamstime.group / Dreamstime.connection /
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10/5/10 Support Systems For the Sick and Disabled Self-Esteem support, is the process of helping people to feel better about themselves and the situation they are in. Dreamstime.athlete / Dreamstime.wheelchair / Dreamstime.team
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Support Systems For the Sick and Disabled Emotional support is a vital part of a persons recovery and ability to adapt to a new lifestyle. Dreamstime.angry / Dreamstime.crying /
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2010 for the course HCA 230 HCA 230 taught by Professor Idontremember during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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