This is a test of only the Activities of Daily Living Category for the CNA test. Here, you can practice Activities of Daily Living questions. This is not a timed test. You will be able to see correct & incorrect answers for each question. A large portion of the nursing assistant’s job is helping the patient with activities of daily living, often referred to as ADL’s. These include feeding, bathing, dressing, toileting, and ambulating. Knowing how to best and most efficiently help the patient in these activities is critical to doing the job well.
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Which of the following is the most appropriate time to use a soft toothette?
A resident is recovering from a stroke and has weakness on their left side. They call you to help them put on a sweater. Assistance should be given ____.
Which of the following would be an inappropriate action when providing nail care to a resident?
It is time to bathe an Alzheimers patient who has had visitors in the room for most of the shift. Which of the following is the most appropriate action for the nursing assistant to take?
A resident on the DASH diet reduces his food intake and shows little interest in eating. What is the best way for a nursing assistant to handle the situation?
A resident is often late to physical therapy because she is very slow at feeding herself during breakfast. What is the best action for the nursing assistant to take?
Which of these is an incorrect procedure for shaving a resident?
Which of these is not a common mealtime and eating challenge that residents often face?
Which of these is an important fact that is easily overlooked or forgotten by caregivers and facilities in reference to resident bathing needs?
Which of these may depend on facility rules when performing nail care on a resident?
Which of these statements is false for the care of a resident’s dentures?
All of these are proper precautions for residents who are unable to move by themselves, except:
A Hoyer Lift is primarily used for ____.
Morning care (sometimes referred to AM care) before the resident eats breakfast is important for which of these reasons?
Key considerations for bathing residents include safety, privacy, and which of these?
Bad breath, tooth decay, and skin breakdown in the mouth are all symptoms of ____.
An important, but frequently forgotten, consideration when providing hair care to residents is _____.
A small, watery leakage of stool could indicate which of these conditions?
Behaviors that may signal pain in the elderly may include all of these except _____.
Which of these is not a way to assist a resident to rest more comfortably and effectively?