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True/False: Role playing refers to playacting.
true
True/False: Gender, relationship and occupation are some ways roles are determined.
true
Which of the following is an example of a fixed role?
a. student
b. mystery reader
c. male
d. well person
b. mystery reader
The roles of teacher, artist, and nurse are all:
a. chosen
b. assigned
c. traumatic
d. nurturing
a. chosen
Both Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Stewart, who are residents, love to knit and spend hours knitting homemade gifts for family and friends. In their facility these ladies are known as "the knitters." How are their roles determined?
a. by age
b. by gender
c. by occupation
d. by special interest
d. by special interest
True/False: Roles are constantly changing.
true
How would you describe a person's role change from being well to becoming handicapped?
a. occupational
b. fixed
c. traumatic
d. nurturing
c. traumatic
True/False: Relationships never change
false
True/False: The best way to help an angry resident is to listen to them.
true
Noticing and complimenting well behavior is called:
a. traumatic
b. a disability
c. role playing
d. positive reinforcement
d. positive reinforcement