THIS IS A THIRD EDITION OF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH WITH HUMOROUS ANECDOTES REGARDING NURSING HOME LIVING. BOOK IS DEDICATED TO NURSING HOME STAFF. 65 year old male nursing home resident tells his story of setting goals and working to accomplish them in the nursing home environment, While he was doing this he wrote several amusing stories about people and events. Several nurses, social workers, certified nurse assistants and activities personnel have expressed enjoyment while they read this work. Mr. Seiffert has been heard to quote maxims like 'Do the best you can with what you've got;' and, 'Take one day at a time.' In addition to his message regarding persistence, he reminds the reader that one has to maintain a sense of humor to live or work in a nursing home Mr. Seiffert has appended his autobiography to round out this work.Chapter 2: Elementary School age I went to St. Lukea#39;s School graduating in June, 1956 from eighth grade. ... MissJones for 3rd grade, Sr. William Marie, OP for 4th grade, Sr. Evangelist, OP for 5th grade, Br. Ambrose, SC for 6th ... Msgr. Robert Mulcahey, I found out that there was a different pronunciation for my surname.
|Title||:||A View of Veroma Hcb|
|Author||:||Henry E. Seiffert|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2008-09-16|