Need health and medical help with Assisted living.

Anonymous
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Why does the doctor have to sign off that the resident is appropriate for assisted Living? explain

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alancheng
School: UIUC

Thank you for the opportunity to help you with your question!

A doctor, the primary care physician is required to make sure a patient is suitable to live in an assisted living facilitybecause a resident may have special needs or disabilities that may not be appropriate for an Assisted Living Facility.

For example if there is a diabetic would wants to join an assisted living facility, it may be dangerous for that patient because the facility may serve meals with carbohydrate content not suitable for diabetes.


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