Their 3rd level ability is either pretty good or awful depending on who you ask.
The only part I really have a problem with is the Indimidating Presence. The barbarian is flexing is muscles and screaming at the top off his lungs to scare you. Second, it lasts for a minute, as long as the creature can still see you, and they can make a save every turn.
an employee or representative of any state or local government entity that has a responsibility regarding residents, or an employee or representative of a private non-profit corporation or association permitted by law to educate and counsel residents, assist residents in resolving problems and complaints concerning their care and treatment, and assist them in securing adequate services to meet their needs.
"Respite care" means temporary or periodic care provided in an adult care facility, nursing home, residential care facility, or other type of long-term care facility so that the usual caregiver can rest or take time off.
As an action, a creature makes a WIS save against a DC scaling off of your CHA. Third, instead of running away, while frightened this way they have a movement speed of 0.
"Adult care facility" does not include: Any residence, institution, hotel, congregate housing project, or similar facility that provides personal care services to fewer than three residents or that provides, for any number of residents, only housing, housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation, social or recreational activities, maintenance, security, transportation, and similar services that are not personal care services or skilled nursing care; A facility approved by the veterans administration under section 104(a) of the "Veterans Health Care Amendments of 1983," 97 Stat. , behavior, capacity to recognize reality, or ability to meet the ordinary demands of life.You can change another’s behavior with a successful check.Your Intimidate check is opposed by the target’s modified level check (1d20 character level or Hit Dice target’s Wisdom bonus [if any] target’s modifiers on saves against fear)."Skilled nursing care" means procedures that require technical skills and knowledge beyond those the untrained person possesses and that are commonly employed in providing for the physical, mental, and emotional needs of the ill or otherwise incapacitated."Skilled nursing care" includes, but is not limited to, the following: "Special dietary needs" include, but are not limited to: low or no salt added foods; reduced fat foods; reduced cholesterol foods; reduced or no sugar added foods; frequency and/or portion size of meals; liquid only or clear liquids only for a period designated by a physician or dietician; and simple modification of food textures, such as pureeing. 119.032 review dates: 11/30/2011 and 02/17/2017Promulgated Under: 119.03 Statutory Authority: 5119.79 Rule Amplifies: 5119.70, 5119.701, 5119.71, 5119.711, 5119.712, 5119.72, 5119.73, 5119.731, 5119.74, 5119.75, 5119.76, 5119.77, 5119.78, 5119.79 , 5119.80, 5119.81, 5119.82, 5119.83, 5119.84, 5119.85, 5119.86, 5119.87, 5119.88 Prior Effective Dates: (Emer.), 2-24-1991, 5-6-1991 (Emer.), 8-4-1991, 2-25-1994, , , , 6-17-2001, 6-1-2006, 10-1-2010 Effective: 1/1/2018Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 01/20/2017Promulgated Under: 119.03 Statutory Authority: 5119.34 Rule Amplifies: 5119.34 Prior Effective Dates: (Emer.), 2-24-1991, 5-6-1991 (Emer.), 8-4-1991, 2-25-1994, , , , 6-17-2001, 6-1-2006, 10-1-2010 of the Administrative Code.