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A client’s doctor is responsible for making any changes to the client’s care plan.
A possible sign of neglect could include a vulnerable adult living in unsafe or unsanitary living conditions.
A client has a legal right to:
When is a caregiver mandated to report abuse of a vulnerable adult?
When confidential information must be shared with other care team members about a client, you must:
Caregivers can make a client take his/her medications if it’s life-threatening not to do so.
There is a medical emergency, 911 has been called, and your client has advance directives. Individual providers must:
Intentionally causing pain, suffering and or injury to vulnerable adult is considered:
Since Mr. Rogers hired another caregiver a month ago, he has given her $800 to fix her car, $725 for a dental crown, and has “misplaced” his checkbook. What should you do?
A client asks you to do something you feel puts his/her safety at risk. You should:
Mr. Stevens has Alzheimer’s disease and continually finds ways to get outside and wander off. You should:
A possible sign of physical abuse could include a vulnerable adult with a suspicious injury refusing to see a doctor.
Restraints should be used to keep a client from falling out of bed