Long-term care is offered in:
Skilled nursing facilities
Residents in (blank) are usually more independent and do not need skilled care
Assisted living facilities
Which of the following types of health care is generally for people who will die in six months or less?
(Blank) is a health insurance program for people who are 65 years of age or older or who are ill or disabled and cannot work
(Blank) is a medical assistance program for low-income people
Medicare will pay for
Only care that it determines to be medically necessary
The amount that Medicare and Medicaid will pay long-term care facilities for services is based on
The resident's need upon admission
The residents with the longest average stay in healthcare facilities are
Residents who are developmentally disabled
Loss of mental abilities
Most people in a facility are there due to
Lack of ability to care for themselves and the lack of a support system
Which of the following is a task that nursing assistants generally do not perform?
Which of the following is a task that nursing assistants commonly do?
Professionalism is related to
How a person behaves at work
A resident has purchased a special gift for her nursing assistant, Sarah. Which of the following would be the best response by Sarah?
Refuse but thank her for thinking of her
One example of professional behavior by nursing assistants when working with residents is
Keeping all resident information confidential
Which of the following is an example of how a nursing assistant is demonstrating that she is dependable?
The nursing assistant avoids excessive absences from work
To hold oneself accountable means
Admit mistakes and apologize for them
What does the term "empathetic" mean?
Empathetic means identifying with and understanding the feelings of others
Which of the following is a quality of the best nursing assistants?
Which of the following will help a nursing assistant make a good first impression at work?
Keeping hair neatly tied back away from the face
The best type of jewelry to weak to work is
A waterproof watch
The most important member of the care team is
Which member of the care team assesses residents, monitors progress and gives treatments?
Which member of the care team has the most direct contact with the residents?
The nursing assistant
The chain of command is:
The line of authority in a facility
In which style of nursing care are residents and their families active participants in care and have their choices honored by caregivers whenever possible?
In which type of nursing care does the registered nurse give much of the overall care to the residents?
What is one possible negative result of the functional nursing style of care?
Staff may overlook changes in a resident's condition
A policy is:
A course of action that should be taken every time a certain situation occurs
Which of the following is the correct response by a nursing assistant if he forgets how to perform a procedure?
Review the steps of the procedure in the procedure manual
If a surveyor asks a nursing assistant a question, the nursing assistant should:
Answer honestly and to the best of her ability