Basic First Aid and Home Safety

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Module: Basic First Aid and Home Safety

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Circle the best choice, or fill in your answer.
1. The first thing you should do in an emergency situation is move the person to a safe location.
2. Confusion is a symptom of shock.
3. If you suspect someone is having a heart attack you should perform rescue breathing.
4. To control bleeding you should apply direct pressure on the wound.
5. Bruised, swollen, tender or a rigid abdomen can be signs of internal bleeding
6. First aid for bleeding is intended to:
7. Which the following first aid is recommend for sprains?
8. Which of the following are signs of a stroke?
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Emergency Management Post Plan Test
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1. An Emergency is any situation that disrupts or alters the normal day to day business.
2. Who will make the decision to implement the plan?
3. Th Agency is required to provide care regardless of the situation?
4. The policies relating to Emergency Management I located at
5. When are the Employees orientated to the plan?
6. How often is the plan reviewed and updated?
8. What are the classifications?
9. Clients with special needs will be registered with local shelters
10. During an emergency ________________________ is the primary concern?
11. How Should an employee prepare for an emergency?
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1. Wha t does the a cronym HIPAA stand f or?
2. Who is responsible for understanding and following HIPAA rules?
3. What does "PHI" stand for?
4. What information is included in PHI?
5. What information can be disclosed without specific consent of the patient?
6. Can service be provided prior to obtaining patient's signature on consent form?
7. Out of 18 possible personal identifiers, how many must be removed when de-identifying PHI?
8. If any business associate has made an oversight regarding HIPAA guidelines who should be notified within a timely manner?
9. In the event of a serious threat to health and safety, can PHI be disclosed without prior consent?
10. What format should reports prepared at home be in?
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(Need 8 correct answers to receive certificate) Circle the right answers—some questions have more than one correct answer.
1. If you know of, or suspect, abuse or neglect of an elderly person, you should first:
2. Some causes of abuse and neglect are:
3. Threatening an elderly person with punishment for not doing what you tell them to is:
4. Exploitation is a form of abuse that involves:
5. Some good ways to help prevent abuse are:
6. Symptoms of possible abuse include the following:
7. Symptoms of possible neglect include the following:
9. roper use of bedrails or other restraints is considered:
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Behavior Management Test
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Directions: Fill in the blank with the correct answer, or circle the correct answer.
2. Some common causes of behavior problems are:
Choose the correct answer(s).
3. Man times, dysfunctional behavior increases at the end of the day.
4. It is best to ignore agitation behaviors.
5. It is wise to restrain client during an outburst.
6. Sameness and routine help to minimize stress in dementia clients.
7. A client who paces incessantly m ay burn off too m any calories, thereby requiring additional caloric intake to maintain good health.
9. Children mirror their parent's behavior.
10. Clients with Alzheimer's benefit from large group interaction.
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1. If a client has the flu, you should use the following Additional Precautions:
2. You should use Standard Precautions when:
3. When disposing of a needle or other sharp object, always:
4. When changing a bed or handling linens, the correct Standard Precautions procedure is to:
5. If a client has an infected wound, use the following Additional Precautions:
6. Clients may share walkers, wheelchairs, and other equipment without worrying about cleaning it between clients.
9. Standard Precautions only protect against airborne diseases. For bloodborne, contact, and droplet transmission, Additional Precautions must be used
10. Airborne germs, like tuberculosis, can travel long distances through the air.