The Laws of Dealing With Difficult Residents And Families Can Be Difficult in Themselves

      Long-term care facilities are often faced with the dilemma of how to respond to residents and families who are “difficult.” This category includes people who express themselves in a hostile manner, treat staff rudely, or even harass or physically abuse staff.
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