Residents' clothing: a challenge for family, staff, and administrator in the nursing home
Barbara Ober, North Texas State University. Industrial Training Laboratory, North Texas State University. Center for Studies in Aging
Center for Studies in Aging, North Texas State University, 1979 - Nursing homes - 46 pages
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answer areas of concern Center for Studies circle Clothing Preference clothing problems color Communication breakdown dietitian difficult to obtain dry cleaned ease of putting facilities friends front Garden Vista gowns home provides home's Industrial Training Laboratory item which causes keeping the garment laundry personnel laundry service least problem leaves bed little choice lost or misplaced misplaced clothing mother North Texas nurses and aides nursing home resident nursing staff Oak Manor obtaining clothing older persons older women once a week open-ended questions outerwear pajamas Pantsuit patient percentages polyester Position Please describe Power of Attorney Preferred fastener Present clothing purchased putting the garment questionnaire rank repair the clothing reported having complained resident appear respondents reported Respondents were asked response rate Section Four shortage of help slacks Studies in Aging style sweater Texas State University therapy things U.S. Dept underwear wanting the resident wash washable wear