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What could Mary have done to prevent this difficult behavior?
Choice A: Mary should have faced Robert, gotten his attention, and made sure he understood the instructions, is an excellent choice.
Choice B: Mary should not have tried to force Robert to take off his robe,is also a good choice.
Choice C: Mary should have tried to find out why Robert did not want to shower and address any issues,could also be a reason.
Choice D: Mary should have shown a relaxed attitude and used a calming tone of voice and body language,is also a good answer.
Choice E: All of the above,is the correct answer.
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Tips for Avoiding Care Recipent Abuse
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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