TITLE

Who cares?

AUTHOR(S)
Clarke, Annette
PUB. DATE
May 2004
SOURCE
Challenge Newsline;May2004, Issue 37, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents guidelines for caring for aged people who are making the transition to residential care. Creating a biography of their life in an album or scrap book; Showing respect for the aged person; Telling the home's staff about the client's favorite music, sports teams, and hobbies; Including favorite knick-knacks among their belongings; Finding out beforehand what the home does and does not supply by way of toiletries; Recognizing the aged are eager to discuss the spirituality and death; Power of prayer.
ACCESSION #
12854176

 

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