2018 Fl Smmc Ltc Services Quiz

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LTC Services Quiz


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  • 1. 

    I used to have a young lady come out to the house and help me with bathing and getting dressed.  I can't move from the waist down, so it’s really hard for me to do everything on my own." Which covered service is the enrollee referring to?

    • A.

      • Homemaker Services

    • B.

      • Personal Care

    • C.

      • Hospice

    • D.

      • Caregiver Training

    Correct Answer
    B. • Personal Care
    Explanation
    The enrollee is referring to the covered service of Personal Care. This service involves assistance with bathing and getting dressed, which is necessary for someone who is unable to move from the waist down. Homemaker services, hospice, and caregiver training do not specifically address the needs mentioned by the enrollee.

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  • 2. 

    "I need help with my medications.  My hands shake so much that I can't even take the pills out of the bottle.  I have to give myself my Diabetes shot in my stomach and I can't even fill the syringe with the medicine." Which covered service is the enrollee referring to? 

    • A.

      • Medical Equipment and Supplies

    • B.

      • Personal Care

    • C.

      • Respite Care

    • D.

      • Medication Administration

    Correct Answer
    D. • Medication Administration
    Explanation
    The enrollee is referring to the service of Medication Administration. This service involves assistance with taking medications, such as helping to open pill bottles and filling syringes, especially for individuals who have difficulty doing so themselves due to physical limitations or conditions like hand tremors.

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  • 3. 

    "I have to use a walker now because my right hip keeps dislocating.  I fell in the shower the other day and couldn't get up.  I need those bars put on my bathroom so I can hold myself up." Which covered service is the enrollee referring to?

    • A.

      • Home Accessibility Adaptation Services

    • B.

      • Hospice

    • C.

      • Respite Care

    • D.

      • Caregiver Training

    Correct Answer
    A. • Home Accessibility Adaptation Services
    Explanation
    The enrollee is referring to Home Accessibility Adaptation Services because they mention needing bars put in their bathroom to hold themselves up. This service would provide the necessary modifications to their home to make it more accessible and safer for them to navigate with their walker.

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  • 4. 

    "I just moved in with my grandmother to take care of her.  She has dementia and she has lots of medical complications.  I am not really familiar with her illness or how to help her.  I need help so I can help her." Which covered service is the caller referring to?

    • A.

      • Personal Care

    • B.

      • Medication Administration

    • C.

      • Caregiver Training

    • D.

      • Behavioral Management

    Correct Answer
    C. • Caregiver Training
    Explanation
    The caller is referring to "Caregiver Training" as the covered service they need. They mention that they have just moved in with their grandmother to take care of her, who has dementia and medical complications. Since they are not familiar with her illness or how to help her, they are seeking help through caregiver training so they can better assist their grandmother.

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  • 5. 

    "My father lives on his own and has become very forgetful.  He can do most things on his own but still needs someone around just to help and watch over him.  The other day, he almost burnt the house down because he thought the oven was the dryer.  I'm very worried about him being alone during the day." Which covered service is the caller referring to?

    • A.

      • Care Coordination/Case Management

    • B.

      • Adult Companion Care

    • C.

      • Personal Care

    • D.

      • Assisted Living

    Correct Answer
    B. • Adult Companion Care
    Explanation
    The caller is referring to Adult Companion Care because they mentioned that their father needs someone around just to help and watch over him. Adult Companion Care provides companionship and supervision for individuals who are living alone and may need assistance with daily activities or reminders.

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  • 6. 

    "I don't have anyone that can help me cook, so I need to have my food brought to my house." Which covered service is the enrollee referring to?

    • A.

      • Personal Care

    • B.

      • Home Delivered Meals

    • C.

      • Homemaker Services

    • D.

      • Nutritional Assessment/Risk Reduction Services

    Correct Answer
    B. • Home Delivered Meals
    Explanation
    The enrollee is referring to the Home Delivered Meals service. They mention that they don't have anyone to help them cook, so they need to have their food brought to their house. This indicates that they need a service that provides meals delivered to their home.

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  • 7. 

    "My grandfather has Crohn's Disease and he has to be very careful about what he eats.  His stomach is very sensitive to a lot of foods.  I take care of him, but I'm not sure what type of food is right for him.  I don't want his condition to worsen because I'm not giving him the right foods." Which covered service is the caller referring to?

    • A.

      • Home Delivered Meals

    • B.

      • Hospice

    • C.

      • Personal Care

    • D.

      • Nutritional Assessment/Risk Reduction Services

    Correct Answer
    D. • Nutritional Assessment/Risk Reduction Services
    Explanation
    The caller is referring to Nutritional Assessment/Risk Reduction Services. They are concerned about providing the right type of food for their grandfather who has Crohn's Disease and a sensitive stomach. Nutritional Assessment/Risk Reduction Services can help assess the individual's dietary needs and provide guidance on the right foods to eat in order to manage their condition and reduce any risks associated with it.

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  • 8. 

    "My mother doesn't want to move in with me; she feels like she can still do it all at 90 years old.  I'm afraid she will have an accident and won't be able to get help.  Last time she fell in the back yard and broke her hip.  She was there for hours before the neighbor saw her.  She needs that help bracelet she used to wear." Which covered service is the caller referring to?

    • A.

      • Personal Emergency Response Systems

    • B.

      • Respite Care

    • C.

      • Medication Management

    • D.

      • Personal Care

    Correct Answer
    A. • Personal Emergency Response Systems
    Explanation
    The caller is referring to Personal Emergency Response Systems. The caller is concerned about their mother's safety and the possibility of her having an accident and not being able to get help. They mention that their mother needs the help bracelet she used to wear, which suggests that they are referring to a device that can be used to call for emergency assistance in case of a fall or other emergency situation.

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  • 9. 

    "My aunt is on a lot of medications for her liver disease.  She has a new medication that makes her throw up every time she takes it.  She usually gets blood drawn every month to check her levels, but that has not happened in over 6 months. I don't think her medicine is right." Which covered service is the caller referring to?

    • A.

      • Medical Equipment and Supplies

    • B.

      • Medication Administration

    • C.

      • Caregiver Training

    • D.

      • Medication Management

    Correct Answer
    D. • Medication Management
    Explanation
    The caller is referring to the service of Medication Management. This is evident from the statement that the aunt has a new medication that causes her to vomit, indicating that there may be an issue with the medication she is taking. Additionally, the caller mentions that the aunt usually gets her blood drawn every month to check her levels, but this has not happened in over 6 months, suggesting a lack of proper monitoring and management of her medication.

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  • 10. 

    "My neighbor Sue helps me during the day.  She cooks for me and helps me around the house.  I really appreciate her help, but she will be going out of town for a week.  I won't have anyone to help me until she gets back." Which covered service is the caller referring to? 

    • A.

      • Assistive Care Services

    • B.

      • Attendant Care

    • C.

      • Homemaker Services

    • D.

      • Personal Care

    Correct Answer
    C. • Homemaker Services
    Explanation
    The caller is referring to Homemaker Services. This is evident from the statement that the neighbor helps with cooking and household chores, indicating assistance with tasks related to maintaining the household. Since the neighbor will be out of town, the caller will be without this help until she returns.

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