A care planning meeting—or comprehensive needs assessment—is required for every long-term care or nursing home resident. By law, an elderly care facility must develop a written care plan within the first seven days of resident’s admission. The care plan should be updated quarterly and each time the resident has a significant change in his or her condition.
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