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Respecting Residents’ Rights: Individuality and Dignity
Nursing home residents have certain rights. First on the list, they have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. Find out directly from a series of interviews, how residents define respect. For them it means: maximizing and maintaining their independence; receiving assistance where and when required; having choices; having opportunities to be engaged in life; and being treated with respect and appreciated as a person.
This valuable DVD allows staff and students preparing to work with the elderly to hear residents’ voices. Find out what they need to be resilient and successful in their new long-term care home; and what they need from staff.
Topics: Pain assessment, behavior changes
Audience: Students in nursing, allied health professional training; nursing staff in long-term care and assisted living; hospice professionals; family caregivers
This program is part of the “The Guide for Providing Quality of Life for Alzheimer’s Patients” series.