Exam : Enriching the Dining Experience 1. With the adaptation of… Exam : Enriching the Dining Experience1. With the adaptation of the four core values should also come an adaptation of terminology. Which of the following would be appropriate?Using allow instead of welcomeUsing word “feeder” instead of “someone who needs assistance with dining”Using “feeder table” instead of “dining table”Using “person with diabetes” instead of “diabetic”2. True or False: Food and drink preferences rarely change after early adulthood.TrueFalse3. In which stage of the culture change continuum are meals served buffet-style at specified time ranges?Staff-directedStaff-centeredPerson-centeredIndustry-directed4. True or False: A community can undergo changes to the resident dining experience and still remain within the federal regulations and guidance.TrueFalse5. What are the four person-centered core values?Dignity, choice, self-esteem, and respectChoice, self-determination, respect, and purposeful livingDignity, respect, self-determination, and purposeful livingSelf-determination, respect, choice, and self-esteem6. If a nourishing snack is provided at bedtime, how many hours may elapse between a substantial evening meal and breakfast if the residents agree?121416187. CMS emphasizes culture change in dining and all of the following are a focus area in dining culture change EXCEPT:DignitySelf-determination and participationFrequency of mealsStaff-directed8. Which of the following is a change in the community that can enhance the resident dining experience?Staff members should stand beside the resident when assisting with eating.Use white dishes so as not to distract residents.Transfer residents from wheelchairs to dining room chairs for meals.Offer all residents a clothing protector to prevent their clothing from becoming soiled.9. Which of the following is a benefit of liberalized diets?Decreased caloric intakeIncreased satisfactionIncreased participation in activitiesDecreased choices10. A resident who is admitted to an LTC facility has chronic kidney disease. The clinical team has assessed him and noted that his potassium is on the higher end of normal. The clinical team feels it would be in the resident’s best interest to have a potassium-restricted diet but the resident refuses. What would be the appropriate protocol in this scenario?Explain to the resident/family, in language they can understand, both the benefits of following a potassium-restricted diet and the risks associated with not following a potassium-restricted diet. Document this in the chart, continue to assess lab values and re-address this issue if higher potassium levels persist.Label the resident “non-compliant”, document this in the chart and continue to assess lab values and re-address this issue if higher potassium levels persist.Since the resident does not want to follow a therapeutic diet, this subject does not need to be discussed any further. Just ignore it.Explain to the resident/family, in language they can understand, both the benefits of following a potassium-restricted diet and the risks associated with not following a potassium-restricted diet. Its been verbally discussed so no need to document it in the resident’s chart and no need to re-assess lab values. Health Science Science NursingBIO 186
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