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True/False: All residents have the right to be free from discrimination on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, ethnic origin, or physical handicap.
true
True/False: The rules in the Resident's Bill of Rights are based on kindness and good sense but they are not legally required.
false
True/False: Residents give up the right to have personal possessions when they enter a long term care facility.
false
True/False: Resident have the right to make telephone calls without the staff listening in.
true
According to the Resident's Bill of Rights, which of the following statements is false?
a. Residents have the right to refuse treatment to the extent permitted by law.
b. Abusing a resident is against the law.
c. Critically ill residents are never allowed visitors.
d. Information on a resident's chart is confidential.
c. Critically ill residents are never allowed visitors.
True/False: A resident has the right to complain about the facility, its care, and its staff members.
true
True/False: It is okay to use nicknames, such as "Honey" or "Pops," when addressing residents
false
True/False: Advance directives define what steps to take or not to take to extend life as someone approaches death.
true
Threatening to use physical violence against a resident is an example of:
a. batter
b. reprisal
c. assault
d. discrimination
c. assault
Informed consent means the resident must:
a. Undergo a procedure whether the resident wants to or not.
b. Undergo a procedure only when he or she doesn't want it.
c. Understand and give consent to a procedure before it is performed.
d. Give consent after a procedure is performed.
c. Understand and give consent to a procedure before it is performed.