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Guidelines for All Types of Facilities for Older Persons 2012

Anguilla Ministry of Health and Social Development Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Anguilla, United Kingdom 1 December 2012 Policy document health facility, residential care

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1. Administration of All Facilities For Older Persons
2. Requirements For Residents
3. Minimum Floor Plan Requirements ( Residential Homes)
4. Furnishings and Fixtures
5. Physical Plant
6. Services
7. Staffing
8. Personnel
9. Admission
10. Resident Files
11. Medication
12. Dietary Services
13. Procedures For Change In Residents’ Condition
14. Death of A Resident
15. Application For License/Registration
16. Registration
17 Registration Committee

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