Mrs. D did not want to come out for breakfast, so you bring it into her room and she seems
happy. You checkback with her and get her plates and make sure she is doing okay.
A family member is visiting and asks if it is okay for her to go in the kitchen and get her Mom a
snack. You have your arms full of towels and tell her, “ Of course, go right ahead.” After you put
the towels away you checkback with her and make sure she found everything she needed.
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