Resident Assistant's Survival Guide
With simple, no-nonsense language and lighthearted illustrations, The Resident Assistant's Survival Guide gives your caregivers step-by-step tips on how to handle specific, often difficult, problems like: getting along with others as a team, being a good communicator, managing job stress, dealing with death on the job, relating to family members, working with aggressive residents, and balancing work and family.
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