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The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware of the importance of meeting the elderly resident’s emotional needs. This can be accomplished by regularly checking on the resident, keeping the call light within reach, and modifications of equipment and use of devices to prevent falls. All of these measures meet what emotional need of the elder?
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) understands that volunteering in the community, joining a senior citizen group, and exploring new hobbies and interests can help make the elder person’s life more fulfilling. These activities can do what for the resident’s outlook?
Seniors like to make their own decisions and can do so unless they are cognitively declining. The Certified Nursing Assistant is aware that one of the best ways to respect the resident’s decisions is to do what?
The Certified Nursing Assistant is aware that the resident sleeping more than usual, lack of interest in once-loved activities, and withdrawal from family and friends can be a sign of what condition?
You have a patient experiencing the end of life. What would you expect the plan of care to include?
When a resident is acting out or having behavioral disturbances, the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware of what action should be taken first?
You have a patient who is yelling, upset, and crying due to a complaint. How should you approach this matter?
You have a patient who has just received news that her best friend of 60 years has passed. How would you assist her in the grieving process?
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware that social isolation can result in serious health problems in the elderly population. In order to prevent further isolation and loneliness, the nursing home staff should provide regular social interactions for the resident as well as what?
The Certified Nursing Assistant is aware that a nursing home must make reasonable adjustments to honor a resident’s needs and preferences. An example of this adjustment might be which action?
You have a patient that only seems to become confused and agitated after dark. What is the patient most likely experiencing?
In relation to the recent outbreaks of COVID that have affected long-term care facilities, the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware that what problem has acutely risen with the residents?
It is estimated that delirium is noted in at least 40% of nursing home residents in the United States. The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware the resident with delirium might suffer from what symptom?
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware that attention-seeking behaviors in the nursing home resident may include all of the following EXCEPT
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware that the long-term care resident may resort to manipulation of the staff. The CNA recognizes manipulation as what behavior?
The CNA is aware of common mental health issues that are experienced by elderly adults. These may be brought on by all the following situations EXCEPT
Which of the following actions should the CNA take to help calm a client who is experiencing delusions?
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware that a suspicious delusion may be referred to by healthcare providers as what?
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is aware that the memory care unit will allow the resident with dementia to do what activity?
The CNA is aware that anxiety may be experienced by elderly long-term care residents. Anxiety affecting the long-term care resident can include all of the following EXCEPT