Exam : Restorative Programs: Dining and Feeding for the CNA 1. What…

Question Answered step-by-step Exam : Restorative Programs: Dining and Feeding for the CNA 1. What… Exam : Restorative Programs: Dining and Feeding for the CNA1. What must you document when an individual self-feeds 25% of their meal and eats a total of 60% of their meal?Self-fed 25%, Total 60%Self-fed 75%, Total 60%Self-fed 25%, Total 40%Self-fed 75%, Total 40%2. Which of the following actions should you take to help prevent aspiration when assisting a resident who pockets food in the side of their mouth?Tap firmly on the upper back to prevent choking.Remove the resident’s dentures before eating and clean them.Transfer the resident to a chair that reclines backward.Check the resident’s mouth for food and remove it.3. What is a basic principle of restorative dining?Normalizing the dining processStandardizing the dining processEconomizing the dining processRealizing the dining process4. Which error commonly occurs when documenting meals?Forgetting to document liquidsMissing documentation for dinnerOverestimating the amount eatenRelying on memory to document5. What action should you take to help residents with difficulty swallowing in restorative eating programs?Make sure the resident is treated by a speech-language pathologist.Give the resident ice chips instead of drinking fluids at meals.Help the resident remain upright for 30 minutes after meals.Encourage the resident to eat all solid foods first and then drink liquids.6. Which finding is MOST indicative of nutritional problems in older adults?Weight lossIncreased waist girthAbnormal lab resultsAltered cognition7. True or False: Residents who are spoon-fed may be candidates for a restorative eating program.TrueFalse8. All of the following strategies encourage independence in eating EXCEPT:Giving multi-step cuesOffering praise and encouragementOffering one food at a timeUsing appropriate adaptive devices9. For which resident would you include an additional note regarding their meal?A resident who ate 90% of their foodA resident who regularly requires assistance using their utensilsA resident who often complains about transferring to a chairA resident who complains of pain while eating10. Which of these techniques should you use during restorative dining?Avoid finger foods to maintain dignity.Seat residents in dining room armchairs whenever possible.Provide protective clothing covers to maintain dignity.Play the latest in popular music in the dining room.  Health Science Science Nursing BIO 151 Share QuestionEmailCopy link Comments (0)