Reactions to Senses

Other than words used to or about a patient at the time of an incident, there might have something else the patient heard at the time which had more impact than actual words – how can that information be gained? What else could the patient have reacted to? If information was gained through the sense of sight or touch, what kind of questions could be asked, what sort of information might I be looking for?

© Helen Lesser 2014

Sense of Hearing:

Sounds or noises can be made by a person’s actions or inaction; can be made by


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