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True/False: The nursing assistant should remove or report potential hazards, such as liquid spills and obstructions, to the proper person.
true
What are some activities of daily living in a long-term care facility?
a. bathing
b. oral hygiene
c. grooming
d. feeding
e. all of the above
e. all of the above
True/False: Resident in a long term care facility have different needs than other people.
true
Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of the nursing assistant as an employee?
a. reporting to work on time
b. getting along with coworkers
c. supervising other workers
d. notifying his or her supervisor when ill
c. supervising other workers
True/False: A nursing assistant has special qualities.
true
In describing the qualities of a good nursing assistant, which of the following would not apply?
a. enjoys working with people
b. honest
c. compassionate
d. uncooperative
d. uncooperative
True/False: There are no personal advantages to beings a nursing student.
false
True/False: Of all the members of a long term care team, the nursing assistant provides the most hands-on care to the resident.
true
Recognizing a resident as an individual is an example of recognizing what kind of need?
a. psychosocial
b. physical
c. sexual
d. social
a. psychosocial
Which of the following statements is true about meeting the resident's physical needs?
a. The resident should be encouraged to be as dependent as possible.
b. The nursing assistant won't spend much time fulfilling the needs.
c. The amount of assistance required will depend on each resident's abilities.
d.Very few of the resident's physical needs can be met.
c. The amount of assistance required will depend on each resident's abilities.