Monday morning at We Care Assisted Living Facility, Nursing Supervisor Gail Jones is being bombarded with the usual onslaught of requests: the new Admissions intern wants to know how to explain to a family the difference between dementia and delirium; HR is asking if she knows an easy way to explain “time management” to a new aide whose first language is not English; the Resident Safety coordinator wants help preparing a hand-out for tomorrow's committee meeting…. Being called upon to be the resident “expert” in so many areas can be daunting! Fortunately, Ms Jones can confidently turn to her copy of Assisted Living Nursing: A Manual for Management and Practice knowing that she can quickly find accurate and useful information to help her coworkers.
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Published online: January 13, 2010
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