So this was a special gift for John Cierzan as he realized later that Elijah was taking pictures. John was asked to make a house call with Cindy.
This gentleman had had a stroke in the past and was unable to walk or speak. He was well cared for by his family. There was concern about leg swelling, although no evidence for heart failure or clot in the legs. He simply needed hands on massage and leg movement. His grandchildren jumped right in to learn how to help with this. The five year old thought tickling toes would be a good add-on therapy.
John calls it his most memorable visit. No doubt this was the case. Trust me when I say people are making a difference in this world.
Bless you John
Kay Anderson President "I am a critical care nurse at Mayo Clinic-Rochester. Over an 18-year span of trips, my greatest joy is to see a free-standing clinic open year round. I am so grateful to all volunteers and financial supporters who have helped Village Triano to know and FEEL quality health care."