Which of these is most important when a resident is being initially admitted to a care facility?
If the resident has strong religious beliefs it is required that a member of his or her spiritual community be present to ensure these needs will be met.
The family members should keep the resident from being involved in the admitting process to lessen the stress of an already difficult adjustment.
The family should give all of the admitting information to avoid inaccuracies or misrepresented information given by the resident.
The resident should have the opportunity to provide his or her own information.
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