Per the text, the six (6) main roles of social workers in the long-term care setting are as follows

Q: Per the text, the six (6) main roles of social workers in the long-term care setting are as follows: informational, case manager, coordination, enabler, intervention, and advocacy. Select two (2) of the listed roles and compare and contrast the main responsibilities associated with them. Determine which of the six (6) roles are best suited overall for working directly with residents and their families, and which is best suited for working with the administration. Support your selections.