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October 22, 2021 3:30 am
Weary of condescension from a physician years ago regarding my wife’s condition, I leveled my gaze at him and stated, “With all due respect, Doc – I was taking care of her when you were in junior high school. So how about we keep this in perspective?’
We may not know .the science, but we know our loved one. That knowledge and experience provides us with something I coined “Caregiver Authority.” Quality practitioners recognize the benefit of enlisting our hard-won insights. After dealing with 100+ physicians and countless nurses, I learned years ago that training doesn’t make one a better human being - it simply provides a skill set. Sadly (for some), those skill sets can elevate a sense of importance. Part of our job as caregivers is to advocate – and sometimes that means standing up to people who are dismissive or look down upon others.
It’s uncomfortable to wield caregiver authority, but if we don’t, what are the consequences? If we’re wrong, then we apologize and make amends to the best of our abilities. If they’re wrong, the consequences are far more dire.
“So on we go, His welfare is of my concern.”- from He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother
Computer Rosenberger this is your caregiver minute weary of the condescending tone from a physician years ago regarding my wife's condition. I level my gaze in a state with all due respect is taken care of her when you were in junior high schools how that we keep this in perspective you. We may not know the science but we know our love that knowledge and experience provides us with something. I coined caregiver authority and quality practitioners recognize the benefit of enlisting our hard-won insights after dealing with more than 100 physicians and countless nurses have learned years ago.
The training doesn't make one a better human being. It simply provides a skill set. Sadly for some, those skills could elevate a sense of importance part of our job as caregivers is to advocate and sometimes that means standing up to people who are dismissive or look down upon others. It's uncomfortable to wield caregiver authority.
But if we don't one of the consequences if were wrong. We apologize and make amends to the best of our abilities, but if they are wrong. The consequences are far more dire. This is been your caregiver minute with Peter Rosenberger brought to you by standing with hope. A ministry for the wounded and those who care for them.
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