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If your facility pays for the patients briefs use them when you run out of supplies.
I think ostomies beat cdiff...
I am sorry that something like this has happened to your family. I don't know what will make your dad or you more comfortable but I can suggest some things that I have seen brought to patients where I work. Soft blankets, 'real' clothes(sometimes with the sides cut out and velcro used to attach back together like a hospital gown), good toiletries (body wash, lotion, tear free shampoo, deodorant), cd player and cds, pictures or posters for the wall. Make sure his name is on everything you bring and please don't bring anything that you mind getting lost. Of course, the most important thing is that you will be there.
Is anyone else having a lot of trouble with UTA advisers? I am having a lot of trouble getting answers about the program and what courses I need to take to enroll. I have over 100 credit hours but I am not sure what they will accept because the credits are from a private college. Today I finally got an answer about my what is happening with my prerequisites. I was told that I would have to wait another month before I will know what will transfer. Is anyone having to wait this long? I feel like I could have completed 12 more credit hours this spring if I only knew what to take. Do you have a suggestions on helpful people to talk to at UTA? The nursing program doesn't seem willing to talk to much until my paper work gets through admissions. Between saving the money to apply, applying, getting transcripts sent in, and waiting on admissions this process has taken several months. I guess the point of this post is that I am wondering if UTA is blowing me off or if this is how they treat everyone.
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