Which of these is an important fact that is easily overlooked or forgotten by caregivers and facilities in reference to resident bathing needs?
The water needs to be at a safe temperature for bathing.
The resident should be rinsed and dried thoroughly.
The caregiver needs to use proper body mechanics to avoid injury when bathing a resident.
Beliefs about bathing frequency differs among cultures.
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