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While the nurse aide tries to dress a resident who is confused, the resident keeps trying to grab a hairbrush. The nurse aide should _.
A client with dementia has developed a fear of taking a shower. What can a nurse aide do?
A confused resident tells you there is a monster in the closet. The nurse aide should
Which one of these behaviors is NOT a signal of possible combativeness?
A resident with Alzheimer’s disease has a baby doll that she carries with her and cares for. When she misplaces the doll, she begins to cry. What should the nurse aide do?
The Global Deterioration Scale (GDS) helps caregivers understand how people decline when they have dementia. Of the seven stages, which stage has no sign of dementia?
While the nurse aide is giving care to Mr. T., he calls the nurse aide by the name of his son who died several years ago. The nurse aide’s BEST response is to
Reality orientation therapy should include
When you approach a resident with dementia, how should you behave?
A resident is standing in the hallway holding a bag, and asks the nurse aide when the train is due. The aide should tell her
A way to make sure a resident with dementia gets adequate nutrition is to
Mrs. Johnson, a resident with dementia, loves to wear her favorite blue plaid shirt with her favorite green striped pants. What should you do?
While the nurse aide tries to dress a resident who is confused, the resident keeps trying to grab a hairbrush. The nurse aide should _______.
A person with dementia is being admitted to your facility. Which statement is correct?
A good way to reduce confusion or agitation for residents with dementia is
Mr. Russell keeps getting up from his wheelchair. Instead of using a restraint, you should ask him if _________.
Communication with a resident who has late-stage dementia or Alzheimer’s includes
If a resident’s behavior becomes combative, the nurse aide should
A resident has difficulty remembering what day it is and where they are. How can you best help the resident?
If a resident displays paranoid behavior, what is important for the nurse aide to know?