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But I also learned that there is so much more to a patient than just what their diagnosis is. I learned that to truly understand a patient’s diagnosis and to come up with the best treatment plan possible for them, you must understand the patient as a person.
She proceeded to tell me that I was family to her. That I was the granddaughter she did not have, the friend that she needed, the person that came to take the loneliness away from her.
I could tell right away that this was no longer just volunteering for me because I genuinely love seeing Jewel and Marge every week.
Nadia says, “participating in Lori’s Hands has made me a better person. I am thankful for what I have and it has made me realize that I can really make a difference in others’ lives.”