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  • Essay About Moving To Nursing Home

    house and into a nursing home can be a very emotional and stressful time for everyone. Nobody really likes to move at any point in their life because it can cause a lot of change, and for most people change is difficult and hard to deal with. Not only has this person probably spent most of their life in their home but there are many memories that can be lost with the move to a nursing home. But taking the rights steps can help the senior to adjust to a new beginning in the nursing home. There…

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  • Case Study: Blumberg's Nursing Home

    The Blumberg’s Nursing Home (BNH) must hire professional, ethical staff members to care for the residents and provide support for the facility. Unfortunately, the inappropriate actions of a few employees have caused them to lose their jobs which place the nursing home in a predicament since they are now short staffed in vital areas. Maintaining a safe, law-abiding organization is essential, and in this instance, corrective measures would not suffice. Moreover, there are specific guidelines in…

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  • Pros And Cons Of The Elderly In Nursing Homes

    Oftentimes, a part of such a dicisions is based on whether or not to put the parent in a nursing home. Nursing home can vary greatly on quality of care, but there are also several other pros and cons. In my opinion, I have a neutral stand that the elderly should live in nursing homes. Healthcare professional, suitable environment, maid services and duty of the sons or daughter are the point in my essay. Most nursing homes are staffed with health professional 24 hours a day. Through doctors…

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  • Adverse Event Reporting In Nursing Homes

    Castle, N. G., & Handler, S. M. (2013). Feature Article: Use of HIT for adverse event reporting in nursing homes: Barriers and facilitators. Geriatric Nursing, 34112-115. doi:10.1016/j.gerinurse.2012.10.003 This article is a study by Wagner, Castle, and Handler that analyzes why adverse events reporting are such an issue especially in the nursing home setting. The authors determine that most nursing homes do not use a computer which makes it difficult for healthcare workers to access easily and…

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  • Quality Improvement In Nursing Home Essay

    My choice is where my grandmother is; she is 88 and has been in the nursing home for 3 years now. The nursing home is about 2 miles out of town, which is easy to get to, it’s on a main highway they keep fairly clean. My mother talked to her siblings when the decision to put grandma in the nursing home. My mother was in her life that she couldn’t and wouldn’t get up and around. So the decision to put her in a nursing home was a decision that wasn’t made easy. None of the siblings wanted to deal…

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  • Nursing Home Care Case Study

    good condition, I would look into at home services, to keep my relative in their own home as long as possible. It has been proven best for their mental health if they are kept in familiar surroundings for as long as it is reasonable. At-home services can include another relative caring for them, trained staff doing so, or a combination of both. If their mental health is declining at a fairly rapid pace, and it is no longer reasonable to keep them at their home I would look into moving them to an…

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  • North View Nursing Home Case Study

    Welcome to North View Nursing Home. I am Catrina, the manager of the staff at this nursing home. Our nursing home provides care of 50 residents with a range of different health needs, for example mental health, especially dementia. As you are a new care worker, we will provide you with the appropriate training on how to understand elderly residents’ needs during your induction. Elderly residents may display challenging behaviour during certain time due to certain factors (for example: feeling…

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  • Taality Home Health Case Study Nursing

    Tuality home health is a home health agency that sees patients in Washington county and surrounding areas. The services provided through home health are skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and social work. Home health has to be ordered by a doctor in order for patients to be admitted to service. Skilled nursing care provided to patients to patients consists of catheter care, wound care, ostomy care, diabetes management and education, congestive heart failure…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career In A Nursing Home

    Nursing has been around for a very long time. To be successful in any career, you must know the job position, duties and responsibilities. Most (CNA) training programs last about eight weeks. The pay is average, and doesn’t change much, even though some CNA’s have been in the field longer than others. There are many duties that are expected from the CAN and some require good physical ability, as well as, certain characteristics that would make me good for the job. To work in a nursing home one…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Job As A CNA In A Nursing Home

    My Job as a CNA in a Nursing Home I work as a CNA, and while the job can be hectic, it can also be very rewarding. My first thought after I decided to get into this profession was, “what was I thinking”. After you get into a routine it’s a great experience. You make friends and it turns into sort of a big family environment. It also comes with the disagreements of being in a family. One of the most rewarding parts of this job is getting the feeling of helping people. Sometimes we are all they…

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