so i learned about the brain and how it is separated into left and right and how those separate influences mold your LIFE. literally.. you get a stroke and the patient is blatant in being physically inept or actually has cognitive impairment. when i learned this concept i really was conscious of my own cognitive abiltiy. in occupational therapy you are learning how to utilize normal functions of a normal body with your own resources of an impaired body and impaired resources that are healthy. i never realized how much old people give up for their children…and even more specific to my life…how much my parents give up. they are the best. and i really appreciate their dreams and efforts to accomplish mine.
after experiencing speech and occupational therapy i am ready for whatever physical and recreational therapy brings. i literally spent an hour watching this old man complaining how his pain is on a scale of 1-10 at a level of 8 and he was “ok” like seriously i am aiming to suck up any pain/inconvenience i have.
NOTE: I signed onto this not remembering a word of what I typed. Who tumbles drunk. This girl. Go stupid.