By Terry Pratchett
I, me. Who am I? There are a few things a true witch might by no means do. Like stepping out of her physique, as trainee witch Tiffany Aching does, leaving it handily empty for anything old and terrible to maneuver in. Now Tiffany wishes her acquaintances - Granny Weatherwax and the Nac Mac Feegle - to aid her take note who she is, to aid her visit the center of her personal self. To absolutely the centre of her energy and tool, the place being a witch is a lot more than simply donning a sharp hat ...
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It is the patient’s space that you are invading – it is unknown what is or has recently been happening in that person’s home. State clearly who you are and why you have come. Show your identity badge. Don’t assume that the person will recognise a uniform (if one is worn) or will be expecting the visit. It is good practice to encourage patients and clients to ask to see identiﬁcation. This protects them as well as the professional. Wait to be invited into the house and ask in which room the patient or client would like you to carry out the purpose for your visit.
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It is good practice to encourage patients and clients to ask to see identiﬁcation. This protects them as well as the professional. Wait to be invited into the house and ask in which room the patient or client would like you to carry out the purpose for your visit. Being pushy can make people irritated and angry. It may not be convenient for the patient or client to allow you into a particular room. g. if an unpredictable dog is shut in there! Note the layout of the house – exits, telephones. In case a speedy exit is required.