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Nursing homes move toward treating residents more like people, not patients

Published 07/31/2010, Chicago Tribune

CHICAGO — The revolution at Bethesda Home and Retirement Center began with sleeping in. Letting people sleep late may not sound subversive. But in the traditional world of nursing homes, which for decades have been run like highly regimented mini-hospitals, it is a radical change.

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