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Unit 4 Group Quiz
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Based on information from Mrs. Johnson and Sadie, what are the next steps to address her psychosocial needs?
Which of the following recommendations are the most practical measures to enhance and maintain Mrs. Johnson’s safety and functional independence when she returns home after a nursing home stay?
What strategies are recommended for blood pressure control at the time of the primary care visit?
Which of the following statements about surrogate decision-making for Mrs. Johnson is currently accurate?
Considering Mrs. Johnson’s living situation, social support, and overall safety at this moment, which of the following statements are correct?
Assisted living facilities (ALFs) are a good option for some individuals. Which statements are true regarding care in ALFs?
Considering Mrs. Johnson’s current condition, which of the following ADLs and IADLs can she perform independently with or without the use of assistive devices?
At this time, what strategies would be appropriate to improve Mrs. Johnson’s difficulty with standing and walking?
Which of the following approaches may substantially improve Mrs. Johnson’s memory over the next three months?
Considering Sadie’s role as Mrs. Johnson’s primary caregiver, which of these statements are true about caregiver stress?
Which of the following statements regarding Mrs. Johnson’s eligibility for Medicaid coverage of long-term care services are true?
In considering options for Mrs. Johnson’s ongoing care, which of the following statements about settings of care are accurate?
Which of the following statements are correct about Mrs. Johnson’s listlessness, weight loss, and lack of motivation?