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Most medication administration in assisted living is performed by non-nurses.
State assisted living laws assume that most assisted living facilities cannot afford to hire full-time nurses.
The term “medication administration” refers to the way in which medication is taken by residents.
For example, one resident may store and take his medications himself; another resident may have someone else “assist” her by reminders.
A third resident may need someone to actually put the medication in his mouth or at least stand by to ensure that it gets into the mouth.
Self-Administering Medication An assisted living resident generally has the right under state law to administer her own medication.
Identifying Who Administers or Assists with Medication Residents and family members frequently assume that nurses administer medication in assisted living facilities.
Although this is generally true in hospitals and nursing homes, it generally is not true in assisted living.
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