Recently we engaged the services of star pals. They have a team of doctors, nurses and social workers who can carry out regular home visits of the patients to check on the well being, provide medical treatment or therapy services.
With their services we hope to stay out of the hospital as much as possible. Hospital stays drains the energy out of everyone.
So far they have done an initial and a follow up visits. To get to know K and her condition, they ask lots of questions about K.
These questions are fine actually. But there are some questions that got me thinking like how’s the rate of breathing without the BiPap compared to with it.
It struck me as I realized I haven’t been noticing these details about K for quite sometime. Sad to say,we sort of pride ourself on having a mundane life. Because most likely any changes happening to K’s health are areas for concern. As I always say to my friends who ask about K, no news is sometimes good news.
Having someone to come in and ask some questions occasionally is good. It serves as a reminder to be more attentive to details even in a lull or in good health.