they have a induction and that should be part of it. person-centred care is straightforward in my post. get 2 dresses etc out of wardrobe they may be able to point. always have a choice of food point at 2 not a whole menu. too many options will confuse.walk in room do you want to get up now and get them up. it takes seconds. i think hazara8 made it way too complicated and i got lost a long way from the end and i was doing it for 9 yrs and trained. its not complicated and just chat really and looking at expressions etc takes seconds while you talk to them and yes i was on minimum wageI think you're asking an awful lot of people working in care homes. They are often young (with little experience of life) and although enthusiastic are often poorly trained. And they work for minimum wage.
Not all would even understand what you are saying. Many see their jobs as feeding, changing and chatting to their residents and that's as far as it goes. The level of empathy and understanding you advocate is - in my humble opinion - totally unrealistic. Not least it would require carers to spend one-to-one time with a client over a long period of time and again that is often not possible.
In an ideal world maybe. But this isn't.