May Inservice Post Test By rbbadmin May Inservice Post Test Name 1. Nursing home staff knows the best way to care for residents and the residents should listen to what staff says and not question them. True False2. A nursing home should allow residents and their families to meet as a group to discuss ideas or concerns. True False3. A nursing home should allow a husband and wife to be in the same room whenever possible. True False4. A nursing home can transfer a resident to another nursing home by letting the resident and his or her family know that they plan to do so. True False5. Residents should expect his or her concerns and grievances to be addressed by nursing home staff without fear of retaliation. True False6. Residents can become fearful when they hear people talking around them in another language. True False7. What are some examples of what staff should do to provide privacy for residents? Click all that apply. Not clean a room when a resident is getting dressed or using the bathroom Talk about a resident's health or care in front of other residents Knock on resident's door before entering the room Talk quietly behind the nurse's desk Not discuss residents when in the presence of other resident's family members8. Resident B is alert and oriented X3 and wants to go shopping with a niece that her son does not like. The son has told staff that he does not want this woman to visit his mother. The nursing home should: Request that the niece leave Call the son to ask permission Allow the resident to go out with the niece and inform the son that the nursing home cannot restrict resident's freedom9. When a resident has a complaint about his or her care, the nursing home should: Attempt to resolve it to the resident's satisfaction Provide a prompt response to the resident's concern Make available names and phone numbers of state agencies that can be called All of the above Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.