Rcfe Administrator Practice Test

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RCFE Administrator Practice Test
Practice test for Residential Care Facility for the Elderly Administrator license.  

  
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1.  All monetary gifts, and any gift exceeding an estimated value of ____, which are given to a licensee by or on behalf of a resident shall be recorded. This does not include monetary gifts or valuables given by the friends or relatives of a deceased resident.
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2.  One toilet and washbasin for each _ persons, including residents, family and personnel, shall be provided.
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3.  An application for a license or a renewal of a license shall be accompanied by an affidavit that shall state whether the applicant / licensee will be entrusted / is entrusted to safeguard or control cash resources of persons and the maximum amount of money to be handled for all persons in a month.
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4.  Prior to the Department issuing a license, the applicant, administrator and any adults other than a client, residing in the facility shall:
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5.  A written report of any eviction shall be sent to the licensing agency within _ days.
6.  A stable condition that the licensee is allowed to care for either in accordance with a specific regulation, or with an exception approved by the licensing agency.
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7.  Facilities licensed for __ or more persons  shall post employee schedules.
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8.  Facilities licensed for __ or more persons shall post notices of planned activities in a central location readily accessible to residents, relatives and representatives of placement and referral agencies. Copies shall be maintained for 6 months.
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9.  Facilities licensed for __ to 49 persons shall have one staff member appointed by the administrator who has primary responsibility for the organization, conduct and evaluation of planned activities. This person shall have had at least 6 months experience in providing planned activities or have completed or be enrolled in an appropriate education or training program.
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10.  A person who has been issued a residential care facility for the elderly administrator certificate by the Department and whose certificate is current.
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11.  The maximum number of residents per room is _.
12.  Facilities having a capacity of __ persons or more shall maintain an area for administrative offices, which includes a space for business, administration and admission activities, a reception area and restroom facilities which may be used by visitors. A private office shall be maintained for the administrator. 
13.  Facilities licensed for 16 or more persons, and all facilities having separate floors or buildings, shall have signal systems which meet which of the following criteria:
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14.  A person who is capable of demonstrating the mental competence and physical ability to leave a building without assistance of any other person or without the use of any mechanical aid in case of emergency
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15.  The licensee shall notify the department within __ days of the hiring of a new administrator.
16.  One bathtub or shower for each __ persons, which includes residents, family and live-in personnel, shall be provided.
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17.  The licensing agency may allow for the eviction of a resident upon 3-days written notice if good cause exists.
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18.  The facility shall heat rooms that residents occupy to a minimum of __ degrees.
19.  Centrally stored medications may be moved to another container if they are labeled for the resident with the date the medication arrived.
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20.  Any change in the chief corporate officer of an organization, corporation or association shall be reported to the licensing agency in writing within __ working days following such a change.
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21.  All facilities must label public advertisements, including on the Internet, business cards, and/or correspondence with their facility license number.
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22.  Faucets used by residents for personal care such as shaving and grooming shall deliver hot water between ___ and 120 degrees.
23.  Prior to a person's acceptance as a resident, a licensee shall obtain and keep on file, documentation of a medical assessment signed by a physician and made within the last year.
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B.
24.  Taps delivering water at ___ degrees or above shall be prominently identified by warning signs.
25.  In a facility licensed for __ persons or more, one staff member shall have full-time responsibility to organize, conduct and evaluate planned activities, and shall be given such staff assistance as necessary in order for all residents to participate in accordance with their interests and abilities. This person shall have had at least one year of experience in conducting group activities and be knowledgeable in evaluating resident needs, supervising other employees and in training volunteers. Programs of activities shall be written, planned in advance, kept up-to-date, and made available to all residents.
26.  All RCFE staff who assist residents with personal activities of daily living shall receive at lease __ hours of initial training within the first four weeks of employment and at least 4 hours annually thereafter.
27.  Reports to the local law enforcement agency within __ hours when the administrator of the facility has reason to believe resident property with a then current value of $100 or more has been stolen.
28.  A hall or stairway, unfinished attic, garage storage area or a shed may be used as a resident living unit if all other units are occupied.
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29.  Every facility shall take appropriate measures to safeguard residents' cash resources, personal property and valuables which have been entrusted to the licensee or facility staff. The licensee shall give the receipts for all such articles or cash resources.
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30.  Night lights shall be maintained in hallways and passages to nonprivate bathrooms.
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B.
31.  A person under the age of 60 may be accepted into the facility if their needs are compatible with other residents in care.
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B.
32.  Copies of reports of possibly stolen items shall be maintained for __ months.
33.  Records of residents' cash resources maintained as a drawing account shall include a ledger accounting, receipts in chronological order and be kept current.
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34.  The facility shall cool rooms to a comfortable range, between 78 and __ degrees.
35.  The right to enter, occupy and maintain the operation of the facility property withing regulatory requirements. Evidence of this shall include, but is not limited to, the following:
  • A grant deed showing ownership
  • A lease or rental agreement
  • A court order which shows the authority to control the property pending outcome of probate proceedings or estate settlement
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36.  A person who has a current administrator's certificate issued by the Department regardless of whether the person is employed as an administrator in a residential care facility for the elderly.
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37.  A signed receipt shall be obtained from the resident or responsible person when personal property is surrendered upon discharge.
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38.  A licensee may evict a resident upon 30-days written notice for which of the following items:
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39.  A provisional license may be issued for a maximum of ___ months when the licensing agency determines, at the time of application, that more than 6 months is required to achieve full compliance with licensing regulations due to circumstances beyond the control of the applicant.
40.  The licensee shall ensure an adequate theft and loss program.
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41.  Basic services include which of the following:
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42.  Personnel records must be maintained for at least _ years following termination of employment.
43.  All persons who supervise employees or who supervise or care for residents shall be at least __ years of age.
44.  A person who is unable to leave a building unassisted under emergency conditions. It includes, but is not limited to, those persons who depend on mechanical aids such as crutches, walkers and wheelchairs. It also includes person who are unable, or likely to be unable, to respond physically or mentally to an oral instruction relating to fire danger and, unassisted, take appropriate action relating to such danger. 
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45.  A licensee shall be required to handle residents' cash resources.
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46.  Fires or explosions which occur in or on the premises shall be reported immediately to the local fire authority; in areas not having organized fire services, within __ hours to the State Fire Marshall, and no later than the next working date to the licensing agency.
47.  A volunteer must sign a statement affirming that he/she is in good health.
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B.
48.  All facilities shall have telephone service on the premises. Facilities with a capacity of __ or more persons shall be listed in the telephone directory under the name of the facility.
49.  A written report shall be submitted to the licensing agency and to the person responsible for the resident within 7 days of the occurrence of which of the following events?
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50.  The licensee shall maintain a record of centrally stored prescription medications for each resident for no less than _ year(s).
51.  If a licensee is entrusted to safeguard resident cash resources they shall have on file with the licensing agency a copy of a bond issued by a surety company with the State of California as principal. The amount of bond required for a total of $750 or less per month is ______
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52.  Toilets, bathtubs and showers should have grab bars only if residents request them.
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53.  For purposes of admission into a residential care facility for the elderly, this is a person who is sixty (60) years of age or older.
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54.  Reports to the local law enforcement agency within ___ hours when the administrator of the facility has a reason to believe resident property with a then current value of $100 or more has been stolen. 
55.  Facilities licensed for __ or more persons shall have one or more employees that have primary responsibility for assuring that each resident receives needed first aid and needed emergency medical services and for assisting residents as needed with self-administration of medications.
56.  Disinfectants, cleaning solutions, poisons, firearms and other items which could pose a danger may be stored in a central area of the community, accessible to residents as long as nonambulatory residents are not occupying rooms withing 15-feet of said location.
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57.  The Department will require which of the following items during the application for a license?
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58.  An initial personal property inventory shall be completed by the licensee, and the resident, or the resident's representative.
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59.  A facility must accept all residents for care.
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60.  Residents with which of the following traits may not be accepted into an RCFE?
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61.  A licensee or employee of a facility may accept appointment as a guardian or conservator of a resident, accept any general or special power of attorney of a resident, become a substitute payee for any payments made to any person, or become the joint tenant on any account for a resident.
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62.  If a bathtub or shower has a grab bar, it does not need a non-skid mat or strip.
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63.  Portable or permanent closets and drawer space in the bedrooms must be provided for clothing and personal belongings. A minimum of _ cubic feet of drawer space per resident shall be provided.
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64.  A volunteer may be exempt from a criminal background clearance if all of which of the following apply:
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65.  Facilities license for _ or more persons shall prominently post, in areas accessible to the residents and their relatives, the following:
  • Procedures for filing confidential complaints
  • A copy of these personal rights or, in lieu of a posted copy, instructions on how to obtain additional copies of those rights
66.  Employees must have a health screening not more than 6 months before and 7 days after employment.
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67.  A person who was ambulatory but whose condition becomes nonambulatory may stay in their original room even if it is designated as ambulatory only.
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68.  Any adult shall be permitted to apply for a license regardless of age, sex, race, religion, color, political affiliation, national origin, disability, marital status, actual or perceived sexual orientation, or ancestry.
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69.  A licensee shall arrange a meeting with the resident, the resident's representative, if any, appropriate facility staff, and a representative of the resident's home health agency, if any, when there is a significant change in the resident's condition, or once every __ months, whichever occurs first.
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