Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 31
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'Therapy' for Tired Wives (Cor.tirjued from Page B-l) he say?. · . One 'of- the enemies, he saysnis'"deconditioning." He'explains: "In all diseases in which the patient is separated for considerable t i m e from his family, there is a certain aliertation in which the patient- 1 becomes deconditioned to the home environment. At the 's'arrie time the family be comts ' accustomed to no 1 having the patient around. "Since a. severely handi capped person exerts a cer tain disruptive pressure 01 normal family routine, sucl decpnditioning is easily un derstandable." Among the ways the chron ic disease sections fights de conditioning: Nurses and doctors rrtak themselves available to famil, members who wish informa tion about patients. "Families are kept sympa theticaliy, but candidly, in formed regarding the tru condition of the patient," D Modern says. As the patient improves, h is permitted to go home o .pass for periods ranging from two to,four weeks. Members of the family ar trained by the c o r r e c t i v therapy department of. tl Physical Medicine and Reh: bilitation Service. The patient himself, ! preparation for home care; subjected to intensive reh bilitation efforts, includin training in activities of dai living- such as feeding, dres ing and dental hygiene. Wheelchairs, braces an similar devices are prepan for'; the patient before di charge.. AWew program of grou therapy- has now been adde Patients slated for dischar; discu'ss a m o n g themselves and - social service trainees: their; plans for getting about': once-they leave the hospital. "Group therapy clarifies for| (lie" patient his Ideas about pnsta'.hospital activity," Dr. Modern says. Dr.' Modern puts it this way:?' "Treatment of the family deserves and equal place to treatfnent of the patient. "We must not let the patient alienate his family. We must'' maintain rapport between" the patient and his family. "We try to make living tolerable for all concerned." Brains Whir in LBSC Honor Course Continued from Page B-l) allies. Juniors ; participate .. in imall "workshops" or sem- nars, where they read, write and talk, talk,'talk, about such topics as "Why Did alileo Recant?" 'The Fu- ure of the American City," 'Aesthetics and Sense Perception." The senior, say Massey, .vill next year) "seek out a faculty member to guide Slim in a research problem." And at the end of it all. "he'll produce a senior thesis, a serious paper dealing with a serious subject." Individual creativity is encouraged, the director notes. O r i g i n a l plays, poems, essays by honors students appear 'regularly in their monthly mimeographed newsletter. As a "small, humble mark of distinction," -- Massey's words--the kids have their own private study-seminar room in the campus library. And that's about all in tangible rewards. Massey hopes and believes, however, that by the time the first class finishes next . year their diplomas will somehow note that these are honor graduates. In dollars-and-cents terms, this is not a cheap program, he says. Fifteen faculty members direct much of their time and effort to the benefit of but 87 students. It's the sort of education most professors wistfully wish could be offered to all capable of profitably absorbing it. Massey, who shares this frustrated desire, recognizes the greatest problem is "to get people to apply--and to stay in the course when easier paths through college show themselves." It's the kind of educational experience a 19th century American had in mind when he wrote: INDEPENDENT--Pag* B-5 tons l.«h, C«hl., Tkori, Mar. I*. 1IU Adverllsemenl) ATHLETE'S FOOT Whl Sulltr Anotkcr Minnie Even if other products failed you lor AIWete'4 Foot. Mchln0 eczema, surfae plmoje*, Imptlloo, lunole rot or Itching cars Trvco Ointment otters amailng rc- Ikt. 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