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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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You have a patient that is on a bowel regimen but he has not had a bowel movement in 4 days. What is your next step?
You are assisting a resident with ambulation. This patient uses a cane for ambulation. How should you assist this patient?
You are providing education to a female resident about proper perineal care to promote self care. You explain to your patient that it is important to wipe from the front to the back to prevent bacteria from spreading from the rectum to the what?
You are assisting a diabetic patient with eating and he only finished 25% of his meal. What should you do?
You are assisting a patient with eating and know that the patient has orders for a clear liquid diet for a colonoscopy tomorrow. What would you expect to be on the patient’s tray?
You have a resident with Alzheimer’s disease who is refusing to eat any of her dinner. What is your response to her?
You are assisting a patient with ambulating with a gait belt. The patient is starting to fall. What should you as the aide do?
You have a patient experiencing dysphagia and must be on a dysphagia diet. You are assisting the patient with feeding. What type of diet would you expect this patient to be on?
You have a patient that has had a stroke that has residual left sided weakness. He asks you to assist him with dressing him. How should you assist him?
You have a patient who usually takes longer than other patients to eat lunch. Her physical therapy sessions are after lunch. The physical therapist has stated that the patient is unable to complete her full 60 minutes of PT daily. What should you do?
You have a patient that only likes to shower once weekly. It is important for you to realize what?
You have a patient that does not drink adequate fluids. The patient is at risk for all of the following except
You have an 85 year old patient that you suspect is in pain. You know that indications of pain can include which of the following except?
The focus of providing ADLs in your patients include the following except
You have a patient that is mostly independent with her care and needs you as a standby assist. She is very slow at dressing and providing oral hygiene. How do you approach this?
Which of the following patients would you most likely use a soft toothette on?
You are applying lotion to a patient’s skin upon request. Which part of the body should you avoid applying lotion?
You are assisting a resident in shaving his face. Which of the following is a correct step in shaving the face?
A patient’s care plan states that he is a two person assist and must use a hoyer lift. Which transfer are you most likely making with the hoyer lift?
Which of the following should be considered when providing hair care to residents?