posted on Dec, 22 2012 @ 02:24 AM
Thank you OP!
This post is similar to so many other tips for helping people that do not spell out exactly what to look for.
For example, prostrate problems. I have read up on them and they only give hints to what to look for. I am told how big a problem it can be, I am
told what all the percentages are, all sorts of good information except what to bloody look for!
OK. In this post just to make the point and get it across.
Ask the person to smile! OK, now what. Are they unable to smile, is it lopsided, what do I look for in the smile!
Ask the person to talk. OK, now what. Are they unable to Talk, is it slurred. What do I look for in the speech!
Ask the person to raise their arms. OK now what. .......................
It is always the same. When we get to the symptoms, there is very little real information.
The person giving the original information knows what to look for because they do it every day! They seem to not be capable of passing on the real
important relevant information due to familiarity with the symptoms.
We need much more information on what to look for! We, the ones they are trying to train, have no bloody clue what we are looking at, so more, more,
more information please!!!
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