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What is appropriate behavior for support workers for the disabled?

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Family Medicine
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In brief: Many behaviors.

Support workers for the disabled, rehabing, or elderly should at the very least be compassionate individuals who show respect for those in their care.
They should be accessible by family members, and have good communication skills. Look for someone who is on time, respectful, careful with medications. Ask for references, and do background checks.

In brief: Many behaviors.

Support workers for the disabled, rehabing, or elderly should at the very least be compassionate individuals who show respect for those in their care.
They should be accessible by family members, and have good communication skills. Look for someone who is on time, respectful, careful with medications. Ask for references, and do background checks.
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