Vascular Cerebral Institution

We did not have the total vision of the interns of the institution and this complete vision of the reality was given only with ours to participate and knowing each aged one better. We come across in them with the reality of the interns of the institution, where many did not have locomotion conditions, others had, however, with difficulties, others did not obtain to speak or spoke little, making it difficult the sharing of information, this brought we a bigger challenge for the accomplishment of activities. A factor important it is to know the difficulties of each one, in such a way physical how much pathological, in which, together with the nurses of the institution we had the chance to intently read medical handbooks of each intern, the nurses had folloied in explaining them the problems and difficulties of each one and evidence that many had problems related with diabetes, hipertenso, AVC (Acidente Vascular Cerebral), popularly known as ' ' derrame' ' , schizophrenia, mental dementia, geriatrical depression and too much illnesses. Our activities had been more related to the comment of the internal activities of the necessary institution and assisting when, of the activities that we develop as painting, films, histories and to talk with the aged ones. Speaking candidly Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. told us the story. What it was more clearly is the lack that the interns feel of people who talk with them, that they listen to its histories, that if matter with its history of life and what feel. We observe the existing zeal in the institution with regard to the cares with the aged ones, with the feeding, cleanness, remedies, hygiene, are clearly a optimum effort of all so that either made. The lack clamorousser than can be perceived is of the absence of the family, many had told that they feel alone for the fact of few times or hardly some familiar one to go to visit them. . Chuck Carroll understood the implications.