Keeping a resident's room tidy
Applying an icepack as ordered
Adminstering a medication
Helping a resident
Speak with the doctor in charge of the patient.
Follow the institution's chain of command to determine who to report the behavior to.
Go to the institution's president of nursing to report the behavior.
Confront the nursing supervisor directly.
Report it to the charge nurse.
Report it to the police.
Ignore it because the nurse and doctor probably suspect it too.
Confront the suspected abuser.
Administer emergency medications according to the physician's instructions.
Document the events.
Speak with the family and answer their questions about what is happening.
Retrieve emergency equipment
Refuse to let the daughter assist.
Allow her to perform the morning care and leave the room to provide privacy.
Allow her to assist with morning care, but stay in the room to ensure it is being done correctly.
Request that the nurse supervise the patient's daughter.
Prepare the room, including the linens, gowns, and other necessary equipment.
Complete the admissions interview.
Make sure the patient's medications have been received from the pharmacy and are correct.
Coordinate the patient's care with the rest of the treatment team.
The CNA feels the task is unethical.
Performing the task would cause harm to the CNA.
The CNA had a serious disagreement with the patient's family the day before.
The assignment is outside the CNA's scope of practice.