Oh noooooes

Dorks, we're dorks.

One of my former classmates/now awesome OTR/L sent me this note about herself in response to the news I'm moving to Georgia.
Patient has lived independently for six years since she moved to Memphis for college. She reports having a good support system of friends from OT school. Patient presented with depressed mood with inappropriate affect stating, “I can't believe my friend is deserting me and moving to Georgia.” Patient reports having cried for three days after initially finding out about friend's potential move. Patient was unable to identify any leisure activities she will participate in once friend has left Memphis. Patient was unable to identify appropriate OT goals secondary to sudden onset of psychomotor retardation. Patient will require maximum support during friend's transition. Occupational therapy services are recommended to increase functional independence.
Jul 30, 2009 | Category: Occupational Therapy | Comments: none

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