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In caregiving, things don’t always go as planned. Additionally, every patient is different. Problems can arise that may be unique to each situation, so the caregiver must be excellent at identifying the problem and finding a good solution.

This also involves being flexible and having the ability to stay calm. If you can think on the fly and adjust as plans change, you’ll minimize confusion or frustration for yourself and the patient.

Lastly, this doesn’t have to involve addressing negative situations. Instead, problem-solving helps you bring even more enjoyment to your patients’ lives.

For example, you may try to find ways to add some active entertainment to your patient’s day-to-day. Problem-solving skills allow you to get around any obstacles preventing them from getting outside safely.

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