Tales from the ARVInn 1

by: Robert Nalley | Complete Story | Last updated May 30, 2024

Chapter 19
ARVInn--Specialized Care Facility

Chapter Description: There are downsides to the AR Virus. One is that lack of proper care during the regression phase brings about the 'childlike state', which essentially is a mental regression which does not necessarily match the physical size. Some are able to live with family or even independently, but many are reduced to a state needing full-time care. ARVInn, with its emphasis on 'the best possible life for AR-Adults,' and its research orientation, also includes a place for these 'permanent children.'

Tales from the ARVInn: Specialized Care Facility

As a part of the Foundation’s mission of helping ARV-Adults to achieve the best quality of life possible, it was realized early that, despite the model for the ARVInn, there were some who would need a much greater level of care.  A number of individuals were found who had suffered from a lack of proper care during the regression process, ending up as what some have termed ‘semi-children’.  They were victims of the virus who, because they were not kept sedated and fed properly before bouncing, were affected mentally as well as physically.  Fortunately, this is rare, as competent medical personnel quickly realized how to handle ARV patients.

Upon bouncing, these individuals exhibited behavioral traits of younger children, in almost all cases preschool level.  It did not matter at what age they bounced; their mental state was often much younger than their physical size.  This meant that they would need long-term care, rather than simply assistance.  Over the years, several of these individuals have become residents at ARVInn, either at the request of their families or local authorities.

Continued at:  Tales from the ARVInn--Specialized Care Facility (mediafire.com)



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Tales from the ARVInn 1

by: Robert Nalley | Complete Story | Last updated May 30, 2024


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