When the Care Team Knows the Patient as a Person With a Life History

Editor’s Note: Originally posted on the Patient Partnering Blog.  By Richard Zorza —  A few months ago, I had been visiting a deeply humble but very eminent scientist who was in the last stages of life in our retirement community, and on the way out, I asked the staffer taking day-to-day care of him, “Do […]

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A Tool for Those Who Need Information and Help With Immigration Issues

Editor’s Note: Originally posted December 8 on the website of the Collington Residents Association. By Richard Zorza — Those of us who live in retirement communities are acutely aware that we rely for our day-to-day care on many who must feel these days that their link to this society is more tenuous than they had believed. […]

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