The definitive resource for carers working in aged care in Australia and New Zealand Fully revised and updated, this new edition of Long Term Caring addresses all requirements of the recently endorsed national Training Package CHC30208 Certificate 111 in Aged Care. Long Term Caring, 2nd Edition: Residential, home and community aged care is written in a clear, uncomplicated style, ideal for students with English as a second language. The second edition incorporates New Zealand aged care content throughout. It also boasts a stronger practical focus with more interactive exercises for aged care and nursing students to apply in clinical settings. Both helpful and timely this careras resource includes dedicated sections on working in the long term care environment, protecting the person being cared for, and assisting with daily living and with specific care needs such as dementia and mental health issues. This excellent health textbook is supported by an impressive and highly-competitive Evolve package with an eBook and suite of resources for both instructor and student. ac pullout boxes providing increased focus on cultural dimensions ac boxes highlighting considerations for caring for people with dementia ac informational boxes focusing on promoting quality of life ac safety alerts outlining safety issues in aged care ac procedures boxes listing step-by-step methods ac delegation guidelines describing information required before performing and reporting a procedure ac summary review questions at the end of each chapter ac addresses the new national Aged Care Training package requirements ac a cross-referenced grid aligning chapters to key competencies ac New Zealand content integrated throughout ac updated chapters on anatomy and physiology, wound care and practical components of care according to evidence-based practice ac Evolve package featuring an eBook, case studies, videos, web links and moreIf the person is unable to assist you, you can use a slide sheet to assist with this procedure, or a mechanical lifter must be used. FOCUS. ON. COMMUNITY. CARE. When undertaking manual handling activities in the community, the carer must be very careful. Often the person with ... still be evident. For example, the height ofthe bed may not be able to be adjusted, or you may have to assist your client intoanbsp;...
|Author||:||Karen Scott, Margaret Webb, Sheila A. Sorrentino|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2011-09-18|