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When providing care to a resident with paralysis, it is good to

a. encourage the resident to take all of the assistance offered.
b. encourage the resident to either remain in a chair or bed for periods of time.
c. use smooth, rapid movements to avoid causing spasms.
d. use smooth, slow movements to avoid causing spasms.

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