A typical day at The Laurels of Chatham consist of running to clock, then hitting the hall, checking your assignment in a hurry while day shift tries to get away before you find the many things that they left behind. I have learned that no matter how many times you speak with your Unit Manager, the ADON or DON, nothing gets done. Management as well as a few co-workers, has very poor communication. The hardest part of the job is trying to get the management team to understand what you are going through. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing and know when you have made a difference in a resident's life.