Older people are at risk for malnutrition and dehydration.
Older people do not get sick easily because they have lived longer.
Older people know how to wash their hands well and so they can't get sick.
Older people are highly mobile and can avoid diseases
Anytime you might touch blood or any body fluid.
Performing or helping with mouth care.
Performing or helping with perineal care
All of the above tasks
Apply gown-apply gloves last-remove gown
Apply gloves last-apply goggles or face shield
Apply mask-apply gloves last-apply goggles
Apply gown-Apply mask-Apply goggles-apply gloves last
Remove goggles-remove gloves-remove gown-remove mask
Remove gloves-remove goggles-remove gown-remove mask
Remove goggles-remove gown-remove mask
Remove gloves-remove mask-remove gogles-remove gown
Always check water temperature with a thermometer or on your wrist?
Don't tell residents that you are about to pour or set down a hot liquid.
Make sure residents are standing up before serving hot drinks.
Keep hot liquids close to the edges of a table
Remain calm, act quickly, communicate cleary and seek help
Scream, run up and down halls, shout for help
Watch and hope for the best
Tell the resident to stop falling
Call for help
Reverse or a stop resident from falling
Leave the resident alone
Handwashing provides for infection control
Handwashing ensures that residents are comfortable
Handwashing is needed to survive
Handwashing is not necessary
Lift the resident into the chair
Learn how each wheelchair works
Ask the resident to try and use the wheelchair
Ask the resident to stop wasting time with wheelcahirs