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in health and social care setting (e.g a residential home)
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caraBR Level 9 / ER Nurse
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Socialization in a residential setting is healthy mentally and emotionally. If a resident is able to actively participate, they should be encouraged, not forced, to do so. Loneliness and a feeling of isolation from family can be emotionally debilitating for some residents. If they participate in group activities, this gives them the opportunity to enjoy the company of others and forge friendships within the confines of the residential home.
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