-Are staff members aware of the survey results? If so, have they corrected deficiencies that were found? All homes are required to produce a correction plan after each survey.
-How many staff members are on each shift? The facility will meet minimum staffing requirements but these may be inadequate to provide sufficient resident care.
-Are top administrators accessible? Ask residents and family members how long they have been at the home and if they know the administrator and director of nursing. If someone has been in a facility longer than three months and doesn't know the administrator and director of nursing, it may signal that not enough interaction occurs between supervisors and staff to prevent medical complications or abuse.
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