Wednesday, August 12, 2009



We only received 8 responses to this question, but those who responded had a lot to share. All of the responders recognized that solid remediation takes work. Work in planning and work in follow-through. Planning without follow-through is just plain not worth the effort and can leave the resident feeling even more hopeless. A couple of our responders indicated that hardly anyone has the time to do this right. Another thread of the discussion looked at our abilities to listen and diagnose problems correctly. As we all know, a “prescription” based on a faulty diagnosis is unlikely to be effective. Read the attached article for some ideas on developing good remediation plans.