Includes complete Care Area Assessments and Triggers Manual
143 Comprehensive Person Centered Care Plans. Nursing, Psychosocial, Nutritional, Medications.
Current with all RAI Manual Updates, Surveyor Guidelines and Federal Regulatory Changes, and PDPM. Covers every nursing diagnosis and nursing care plan problem that may be generated from the Minimum Data Set – MDS 3.0. Terminology is based on MDS 3.0 language and nursing diagnosis definitions and classifications as outlined by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association NANDA. The nursing care plans for long term care format follows the care plan standards from the American Nurses Association. The first section of the book covers how to write a nursing care plans for long term care: standards of care planning, components of a care plan, and guidelines for the care plan conference.
Nursing care plans for long term care have been updated to ensure compliance with the change to MDS version 3.0 and with all of the federal regulations and guidelines updated during the past year.
Care plans are placed in the book alphabetically by problem title, and follow the list given in the Table of Contents. In the back of the book, the Cross-Referenced Index lists alternative problem titles.
The index also includes sections for categories such as Activities Care Plans, Social Service Care Plans, and Nutritional care plans.
When the Psychosocial Outcome Severity Guide became effective in 2006, it became apparent that CMS expected Social Services to be much more involved in the care planning process. The Social Service care plans in this manual cover the possible psychosocial needs residents may have in response to issues, illnesses, medications, and/or other factors. Text, care plans, and forms specific to certain medications in the Psychotropic Medication section reflect changes to the State Operations Manual, Appendix P, Medication Pass and Pharmacy Services.
Also includes Pain Care Manual.
Each Home Health Nursing Inservice in the Home Health Nursing Inservice book is focused on learning needs for Home Health Aide training, and use the language of the OASIS-C Data Set and Nursing Plan of Care, encouraging consistency in the Home Health care team approach.
Quality Assurance expectations are reflected in the lessons, making quality of care a priority as well as meeting federal regulatory expectations.
Home Health Nursing Inservices has complete packets in the book and on the CD for:
Documenting and Reporting
Nutrition and Hydration
Personal Hygiene and Grooming
Range of Motion
Safe and Healthy Environments
Sensory and Communication Impairments
Temperature, Pulse, and Respiration
Toileting and Elimination
Transfers, Lifts, and Positioning
In the Home Health Nursing Inservice book each Home Health Nursing Inservice topic includes everything needed to implement an entire nursing inservice.
For the Home Health Nursing Instructor:
Objectives and Outline
Lesson Plan and Speaking Notes
Test with Answer Key
For the Home Health Nursing Assistants:
Objectives and Outline
Handouts if included