Nurse Education Nursing Assistant Skills
Overview:Observing for abnormal signs and symptoms is an important part of the routine care nursing assistants provide to residents. Residents depend on the nursing assistant's ability to recognize changes in behavior, appearance, and abilities, and to report significant observations promptly and accurately.
This program teaches nursing assistants how to make objective and subjective observations of the residents they care for in key clinical areas to promote and maintain their overall health. This edition of the New Nursing Assistant: Recognizing Abnormal Signs and Symptoms program has been revised with updated graphics and footage to give this classic topic a new look and feel.
- Ability to perform daily activities
- Ability to respond
- Ability to move
- Skin, eyes, ears, nose, and mouth
- Bowels and bladder