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I have been employeed at a facility for 4yrs with the same Administator.

I have never recieved a deficiency from the state whom comes in and goes over all my notes as well as calendars. The problem is that the Administrator wants

me to make listen make residents do certain things ,like move from an area where they sit daily ,these residents are in their right mind and refuse to do this .

I have explained to the administator that these are their rights and she becomes upset and gives me a hard time. What can I do? I have given my resignation and will miss my residents ,However I feel I cannot be made out to be a bad guy.

These residents know me better than anyone in the building including the administator whom rarly has contact with the residents! Any respond will help!

 

Weda

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Hi, WEDA! :-)

 

If your residents are sitting in an area where sensitive information can be overheard or observed, then, for the privacy of other residents, they can be requested to move from the area (e.g. by the nurses station, in front of the financial office or any other office where personal information may be discussed or posted). If they are setting around TV areas or lounge areas or open public areas, they have a right to be there...it is their home.

 

Hope this helps you out.

 

Best Wishes, ;-)

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