Footprints in the Windsm # 1457–Thinking forward in long-term health progressions

Footprints in the Windsm # 1457

Thinking forward, thinking backward: how does this apply to families in long-term health progressions? Backward has its uses—what we have done for one another, how we have loved one another.

Forward thinking takes us through observation and construction of the current situation to what can we try—story telling, writing, painting, creativity, something new. When we care for our elders what we face most is lack of imagination. We could create a cottage industry in activities for people experiencing various conditions.

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