Workbook For Mosby's Textbook For The Home Care Aide

Paperback | October 4, 2012

byJoan M. Birchenall, Eileen StreightEditorJoan M. Birchenall

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Use this workbook to review the knowledge required by home care aides and practice the procedures you ll be performing as a home care aide! Corresponding to the chapters inMosby's Textbook for the Home Care Aide, 3rd Edition, this practical study tool helps you understand and apply the material with fun activities and a step-by-step checklist for each procedure in the textbook. Written byhome care experts Joan Birchenall and Eileen Streight, this workbook prepares you for the many situations you may encounter as a home care aide.

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Use this workbook to review the knowledge required by home care aides and practice the procedures you ll be performing as a home care aide! Corresponding to the chapters inMosby's Textbook for the Home Care Aide, 3rd Edition, this practical study tool helps you understand and apply the material with fun activities and a step-by-step ch...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:264 pages, 10.88 × 8.5 × 0.68 inPublished:October 4, 2012Publisher:Elsevier CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0323084397

ISBN - 13:9780323084390

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QUESTIONS PART 1: Orientation to Home Care 1. Learning about Home Care 2. The Home Care Industry 3. Developing Effective Communication Skills 4. Understanding Your Client's Needs 5. Understanding How the Body Works 6. Observing, Reporting, Recording 7. Working With the Ill and DisabledPART 2: Managing the Home Environment 8. Maintaining a Safe Environment 9. Maintaining a Healthy Environment 10. Meeting the Client's Nutritional NeedsPART 3: Home Care Procedures 11. Preventing Infection/Medical Asepsis 12. Body Mechanics 13. Bedmaking 14. Personal Care 15. Elimination 16. Collecting Specimens 17. Measuring Vital Signs 18. Special ProceduresPART 4: Meeting The Client's Special Needs 19. Caring for Older Adults 20. Caring for Mothers, Infants, and Children 21. Caring for Clients with Mental Illness 22. Caring for Clients with Illnesses Requiring Home Care 23. Caring for the Dying Client 24. EmergenciesPART 5: Professional Skills 25. Getting a Job and Keeping It

ANSWERS PART 1: Orientation to Home Care 1. Learning about Home Care 2. The Home Care Industry 3. Developing Effective Communication Skills 4. Understanding Your Client's Needs 5. Understanding How the Body Works 6. Observing, Reporting, Recording 7. Working With the Ill and DisabledPART 2: Managing the Home Environment 8. Maintaining A Safe Environment 9. Maintaining a Healthy Environment 10. Meeting the Client's Nutritional NeedsPART 3: Home Care Procedures 11. Preventing Infection/Medical Asepsis 12. Body Mechanics 13. Bedmaking 14. Personal Care 15. Elimination 16. Collecting Specimens 17. Measuring Vital Signs 18. Special ProceduresPART 4: Meeting The Client's Special Needs 19. Caring for Older Adults 20. Caring for Mothers, Infants, and Children 21. Caring for Clients with Mental Illness 22. Caring for Clients with Illnesses Requiring Home Care 23. Caring for the Dying Client 24. EmergenciesPART 5: Professional Skills 25. Getting a Job and Keeping ItSKILLS COMPETENCY CHECKLISTS SKILLS COMPETENCY CHECKLISTS RECORD