If a client is bleeding, the caregiver doesn't have the right to ask the other caregiver what happened? I've been working full time in the care home for years, and one time, client is bleeding and I ask the other caregiver what happened. Our administrator called me up and said I don't have the right to ask. I am only a caregiver, and I'm not the owner. That I have to put myself in the right place, I am a full time and to ask the reliever for one day work what happened is a no no. I am a lead at work, if another caregiver has a problem with client, I don't report to the administrator anymore. Up to the caregiver to do the report. I am not allowed to ask what happened, so why do the report when I don't know what happened? So, if you're only a caregiver don't have the right to know what happened?