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This stage of Alzheimer's is where a person may wear shorts outside in the middle of Winter. Correct Ans:- 6 Which of the following should a nursing assistant do if a resident is confused? Cor... rect Ans:- Stay calm and provide quiet environment Which of the following statements is true of using validation therapy? Correct Ans:- A CNA acknowledges the resident's feelings and memories When using reality orientation with a resident, you do the following: Correct Ans:- Remind him/her of person, place, and time A nursing assistant can respond to sundowning by Correct Ans:- Scheduling activities during this time Mr. Snow forgets what high school he went to. What stage of Alzheimer's is this? Correct Ans:- Stage 5 Mr. Snow is in stage 7 Alzheimer's, he: Correct Ans:- Is dependent of all ADLS What are some common feelings that families experience when admitting a loved one to a health care facilitity? Correct Ans:- Guilt, anger, uncertainty, sadness, relief Mr. Snow was just supposed to walk to the store but was found 3 cities over lost. What stage of Alzheimer's is this? Correct Ans:- Stage 6 Mrs. Smith's cable got shut off because she didn't pay the bill but she swears she did. What stage of Alzheimer's is this. Correct Ans:- Stage 4 This communication technique is used to encourage resident's to remember pleasant past experiences. Correct Ans:- Reminiscence therapy This behavior is where a resident will take items that belong to another. Correct Ans:- Pillaging An example of this behavior we saw a Miller's were the resident collected and hid towels. Correct Ans:- Hoarding This behavior is one we see in exit seeking where the resident walks back in forth in the same area. Correct Ans:- Pacing This behavior may be related to a physical need, for example, the resident that I told you would repeat "POOP, POOP". Correct Ans:- Repetitive phrasing This stage of Alzheimer's could relate to you or me? Correct Ans:- Stage 1 Which of the following are exit-seeking behaviors: Correct Ans:- Pacing, wandering, trying to open doors We see this therapy on the Alzheimer's unit and helps to relieve boredom and frustration. Correct Ans:- Activity Therapy This stage of Alzheimer's is where a person may wear shorts outside in the middle of winter Correct Ans:- Stage 6 Mrs. Smith is cognitively impaired. A term used to describe impairment of mental function is: Correct Ans:- Dementia Mrs. Snow forgets where she put her cell phone. What stage of Alzheimer's is this? Correct Ans:- Stage 2 Because Mrs. Smith is in Stage 2 of Alzheimer's disease. she: Correct Ans:- is independent with ADLs What stage of Alzheimer's refers to a sapphire Correct Ans:- Stage 1 Mrs. Smith's roommate is cognitively impaired. A term used to describe impairment of mental function is Correct Ans:- Dementia Which of the following are examples of developmental disabilities? Correct Ans:- Autisms, Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual disability Causes of incontinence include Correct Ans:- injury, infection, disease What are three things necessary to start a fire? Correct Ans:- Fuel, Heat, Oxygen What causes a resident to faint Correct Ans:- Inadequate blood supply to the brain Why are family members a valuable part of the health care team? Correct Ans:- They are familiar to the resident in facility that is unfamiliar The resident's daughter complains about her mother's care. She is angry. You should: Correct Ans:- Listen and kindly tell her you will get the nurse. You respect Mrs. Carter's right to confidentiality by: Correct Ans:- never discussing her information publicly The resident is very agitated. The nurse tells you to apply a protective device (restraint). You should: Correct Ans:- Apply the device according to manufactures guidelines. The purpose of our spinal cord is to: Correct Ans:- Carry messages between nerves and brain. Which of the following is an example of a sensory change, related to the aging process? Correct Ans:- Taste buds loose perceptions, especially to salty and sweet foods [Show More]

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