Kiosk Training and CNA Documentation

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Independent

Resident completed activity with no help or Supervision from staff.

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Supervision

No hands on; you did not touch the resident in any way, you may encourage, cue, or give directions.

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Limited assist

Resident highly involved in activity and only received guided maneuvering of limbs or other non- weight bearing assistance

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Extensive Assist

Weight Bearing Assistance provided by the staff

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Total Dependent

Resident did not participate. You performed the entire task.

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Did Not Occur:

This did not occur during your shift.

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DO NOT CHART A TASK UNTIL

it is completed.

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If you chart and uncompleted task it is considered

Fraudulent charting.

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If you chart a limited assist you never say

2 assist

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Bed Mobility

How resident turns from side to side, moves from a lying position, and how the resident positions their body in bed.

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Transfer

How well the resident transfers to and from bed, geri-chair or wheel chair.

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If used a Hoyer Transfer it is charted as

Total Dependent

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If used a Vera-Lift it is charted as

Extensive Assist

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Types of Locomotion

Cane, walker, crutches and if resident walks by pushing a wheel chair

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Modes of Locomotion:

Geri- chair and wheel chair

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How resident moves about in wing:

How well resident walks in hall unit or uses wheelchair to move around. If the resident is in a heel chair indicate how the resident moves around in their chair.

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How resident moves about off wing

How well resident gets from wing/ nit to church, or another floor and return to own floor.

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Eating

How well resident eats or drinks regardless of skill. Just because they an chew or swallow does not make them an extensive assit.

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Toilet Use:

How resident uses the toilet, commode, bedpan, or urinal, transfers on and off toilet, cleanses themselves, changes pad, pull-up or brief, manages catheter or ostomy and adjusts clothing

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TOILET USE ABOVE SHOULD NEVER BE CHARTED IF

the resident has not void

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Ir a resident skin gets wet with urine, or whatever is next to the skin, it should be counted as

incontinence

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A foley and ostomy are counted as

continent unless there is leakage.

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Dressing

Howe well resident puts on fastens and takes off all items of clothing, including underwear socks and shoes. THis includes putting on and taking off prosthesis

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Personal Hygiene

How resident maintains personal hygiene including combing hair, brushing teeth, apply make-up, washing hands and face and perineum.

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Bathing

How resident takes full body bath shower or sponge bath, and how well resident transfers in and out of tub or shower.

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Bathing documentation does not include

washing back and washing hair

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Bathing Independent

no help or oversight

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Bathing Supervision

Oversight, encouragement, cueing help only, all verbal.

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Bathing Physical Help Limited to Transfer Only

Resident needs assistance only in transferring to and from shower or whirlpool

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Bathing Physical Help

Physical help in part of bathing activity

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Total Dependent

Resident was totally dependent on staff for bath.

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Not charting accurately can cost

as much as $50.00 a day.

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You must chart mood and behavior daily

even if they occur day after day.

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Make a nurse's note if

delusion or hallucination occurs.

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Hallucination:

False sensory sensations. Ex. Angels Singing, feeling bugs crawl on them that aren't there

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Delusion:

fixed false belief. Must be able to communicate their own thoughts. Ex. they think they are being poisoned with their food.

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Document Follow Statements:

on next slides

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Negative Statements

Let Me Die! Nothing Matters!

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Repetitive Questions:

Why are you doing that? What did I do?

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Repetitive Verbalization:

Help Me! Help Me! Resident says the same thing over and over.

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Persistent Anger:

easily annoyed, anger at care received, anger at placement.

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Self Deprecation

I am no use to anyone! I feel like I'm useless!

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Unrealistic Fears:

Fear of being alone and abandoned

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Something terrible is going to happen

false belief that something is going to happen them

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Repetitive Health Conern

persistently seeks medical attention

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Repetitive Anxious Complaints:

Persistently seeks attention or reassurance.

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Behavior Symptoms Include:

Wandering, Verbal Abuse, Physical Abuse, Socially Inappropriate Behavior, Resident resists care.

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Wandering

moving without a purpose or goal or a way to get out

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Verbal abuse

resident threatens, sceams at or curses at others

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Physical Abuse

resident hits, shoves, scratches, kicks, or sexually abuse others

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Socially inappropriate behavior

disruptive sounds, excessive noises, screams, self abuse acts, rummaging in other things, hoarding, or disrobing in public

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Resident resists care

Resist taking medications/injections, ADL, assistance or help with eating.

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Measurements to record

Location where resident ate meals.
Record meal and snacks intake
record weights
record vital signs
additional fluids

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In order for rehab to be counted it needs to be a

combination of staff and resident being involved

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Do not record minutes with

independent transfers

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do not record minutes with

total assist with transfers

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do not record minutes with

ambulation

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ACTIVE ROM

exercise performed by the patient with cues of supervision. you have given directions only