We can look to the future together -this web site has many visitors globally and the number is growing. It is fair to say we’re all pretty revved up about that.
Being a good communicator is a skill and some are better at it than others, but it is a skill that can be learnt and may go some way in supporting those who have been diagnosed with a chronic disease.
When we share a common language, we're able to communicate with others and there is no lack of standardised vocabulary for clinical terms even though some of the terms may be difficult to understand. However there is no standardised vocabulary for heartfelt thoughtful words to be used by people to describe their illness, their experiences and what it means to them.
When seeking answers to complex situations be prepared to take your time, try not to make a judgement or take a final a decision when you are emotionally charged.
All people have their opinions and some may have hidden reasons to attempt to sway your opinion into line behind theirs, for many it is their way of holding power over others, to get them to buy something, invest in something or to scam them etc. Remember to ensure that any judgement, decisions and actions you take is yours and yours alone.
The shared information on this website is of a general nature and is not intended to replace that provided by health professionals.
The information provided on this Website is available to be shared on a not for profit benefit basis only.
This website is strictly for the benefit of people who have chronic disorders.
The Proventus Project was founded by a group of people who on the most part are themselves experiencing chronic, progressive, debilitating conditions.
Feedback is important, if one person can do something, anyone can learn to do it or perhaps learn to do it another way. If you, the reader have something you would like to share and add to this website that may help others please contact us