A POA Perspective and Bullying Prevention
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March 9, 2021
Ohio Health Care Association
Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing
With ten years of experience as the Power of Attorney for a loved one, Judy Salisbury provides invaluable insights from this unique perspective in her candid discussion on how to help make this relationship more successful. Judy outlines what to do and what not to do. Also addressed is the difficult issue of bullying among residents; what it is, how to understand why it can happen, and the various tactics used. Judy also offers solid counsel on what to do to prevent it, stop it if it's happening, and how to make the POA an ally in the process for a happier and a safer environment for all.Expand summary
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