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Sheltered accommodation is another in the list of long-term elderly care options as opposed to care homes, care in the community or living with family. Often it is called warden-controlled accommodation, as this is one of the benefits, there is a warden on site usually 24 hours, they often live on site.
A fundamental part of giving care is being a good communicator with the person getting care. Care is given with respect for the dignity of the person receiving care. The carer remains in contact with the primary health care provider, often a doctor or nurse, and helps the person receiving care make decisions about their health and matters affecting their daily life.
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