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Care Services > 02 Care Service Basics (84 docs) > 02 Assessment and Care Plans (46 docs)

02 Assessment and Care Plans (46 docs)

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Person Directed Plan Form Texas - free form 8665 8665 Person Directed Plan Form Texas - free form
8665 Worksheet - Person Directed Plan free 8665 Worksheet - Person Directed Plan free
Upon admission to a care facility an Activity Assessment and Care Plan should be completed for the resident.  It is very important to establish and document activity plans for new residents.

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An Activity Assessment may be required by the licensing agency.  The Resident Activity Interest Form was designed to give an overall idea of many areas that might be of interest to the resident. Activity Assessment & Care Plan
Adult Foster Care Home Care Plan Free Example Adult Foster Care Home Care Plan Free Example
The normal care standard is for the residential care home or assisted living facility to have an ongoing care plan.  Significant changes in a resident's physical, social, and mental condition need to be documented and brought to the attention of the attending physician, other health service providers and the responsible party so that the care plan adjusted accordingly to the resident's needs.  

All direct care staff involved with that resident should have access to the care plan.  Family members and the residents' responsible parties should participate in the Appraisal Needs and Service Plan, which specify what the plans of care are for that resident.

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Once we have completed the assessment process then we can create a plan of care.  

Care Plans:

Identity Resident Problems and Risk Factors

Create a plan to resolve the problem(s), and reduce the risk factor

List who would be responsible for implementing the solution or over seeing the plan..... Appraisal Needs and Service Plan
Form to record needs, plan and time frame. Appraisal Needs and Service Plan Form
This article addresses the importance of assessing residents' basic mental traits prior to admission in a Care Facility.  
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A small mental health section is included on the Pre-Admission Appraisal Assessment Form.  If the answers received indicate the prospective resident has some confusion or other mental problems, the Mental Assessment Questionnaire and Mini-Mental Worksheet should be completed.  These forms should give the person doing the assessment a basic history of the mental health of the potential resident as well as an idea of what kind of observation services the resident will need.  If the provider takes residents who are confused or who have some degree of mental illness this type of information is essential. 
Residents who have a history of being sexually inappropriate or assaultive are often difficult to place.  For this reason Assessing Basic Mental Traits
The more information known about the resident's physical and mental condition, the better his/her needs can be determined when an incident or accident occurs.  Excellent tool for training community based care staff.

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The more information known about the resident's physical and mental condition, the better his/her needs can be determined. In cases of litigation the Pre-Admission Appraisal Assessment Form, Mental Assessment Questionnaire, Skin and Body Assessment (Form), Nutritional Assessment Form, Resident Activity Interest Form, Levels of Care Assessment Form and the Physician's Report (Form) can be the facility's protection.

When properly completed, the Pre-Admission Appraisal Form demonstrates that the facility... Assessing From Head to Toe - staff training for residential care homes
Cover sheet Assessment and Care Plans Cover
List of possible stressors, disruptive warning signs and indicators of illness leading to agitation in persons with dementia or Alzheimer's. Behavior Observation
This form used by a Residential Care or Assisted Living facility to assist in assessing a resident's behavior.  Tool for Case Management Assessment for Behaviors  It should be used with the Mini-mental exam and other assessments forms to determine the resident's behavior care needs. Behavioral Assessment, Case Management Assessment for Behaviors
Form to record resident's care service especially when additional services are necessary.  Used to determine if those services may be rendered on a temporary basis. Care and Service Schedule
Form used to document topics to be discussed, goals, signed by attendees. Care Plan Conference (Form)
Examples of care planning for a resident's emotional needs. Care Planning for Emotional Needs - Help Documenting a Resident's Emotional Needs
Examples of care planning for a resident's or patient's functioning needs. Used by caregivers and care facilities. Care Planning for Functioning Needs for Care Facility Residents & Patients
Examples of care planning for a residents mental needs. Care Planning for Mental Needs for Residents in Care Facilities
Examples of care planning for a residents physical needs. Care Planning for Physical Needs for Residents in Care Facilities
Examples of care planning for a residents social needs. Care Planning for Social Needs
Form to record regular type of care service provided by residential care staff, community care home staff and assisted living providers.  Case management document. Care Service Log
Form used to document the care and services needed for a resident. For all type of community care homes and businesses. Care Service Plan Record
CMS CARE AREA ASSESSMENT - CMS's RAI Version 3.0 Manual
Excellent guide to help with doing care assessments CMS CARE AREA ASSESSMENT
A individualize service plan, ISP, or care plan form developed by ProvidersWeb.com to create a comprehensive care plan for a resident living in a care facility or this care plan can be used in a private home with home care.  This is a 9 page form which covers many areas.  This form work well with the Pre-Admission Appraisal Form and the Levels of Care form. Also, providers find the Care Conference form helpful to use when meeting with the resident's family of responsible party.  The form can be used by all types of case managers to assist in planning for a resident's specific care. Complete Care Plan Form Planning Resident Care Needs in a Care Facility or Home Care
Free intake comprehensive assessment form from the state of New York, for assessing services for those with HIV. COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT NY HIV
A good form that may be used by a resident's physician to order or change a resident's prescription medication(s). Doctor's Prescription Blank
Important procedures for a Residential Care or Adult Assisted Living staff to follow when receiving a physician's order for prescription medications for a residential care or assisted living resident. Doctor's Prescription Orders
This free form helps the care provider test a person's fall risk potential. Dynamic Gait Index - Fall Prevention
A resident in any type of care facility can get confused and wander away at anytime, or run away, elope. This Potential Wanderer Risk Elopement Assessment Form is used to help evaluate the potential for a resident to wanderer away from a community-based type care facility. Elopement Wanderer Risk Assessment Form
free form - Unified Parkinsons Disease Rating Scale free form - Unified Parkinsons Disease Rating Scale
Person Directed Planning in HCS Texas - free information free info: Person Directed Planning in HCS Texas
ISP CARE CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL SERVICE PLAN - form for ISP or care plan meetings to discuss latest input, issue or concern.  Can be used by all types of HCBS programs and Community Care Facilities. ISP CARE CONFERENCE INDIVIDUAL SERVICE PLAN
This Levels of Care Assessment Form was designed to assist the caregiver or admission coordinator to help determine the level of care a resident may need.  This form is simple to use - any assisted living staff could complete it.  Upon admission, the resident will be assessed for the Level of Care Service that needs to be provided.  After admission, if there are increases or decreases in the Level of Care this form can be updated and the corresponding Level of Care Rate can be applied. Levels of Care Assessment Form for Residential Care, Assisted Living & all types of Case Managers
This document provides information on the areas that should be considered when determining cost of care and staffing requirements. Levels of Care Assessment Information
A sample letter to notify residents and responsible parties about increasing/decreasing a resident's level of care. Levels of Care Letter - Sample
Master Care List form. For listing care and services for various residents in a community based care facility. Master Care List
This form is used by community-based care facilities to help assess a resident's mental status.  It is a layman's tool only and it is not to be used to make a medical diagnosis. Used by Assisted living homes and residential care facilities. Mini-Mental Worksheet for Non-Medical Facilties
A form used by a community-based care facility to assess a resident's nutritional intake.  List of areas to monitor, medical problems related to eating and nutrition, and common signs of malnutrition. RCFE, ALF, RCF, ARF Case Manager, Care Coordinator, Wellness Coordinator Nutritional Assessment Form for Community Based Care, Case Management
A great form that is completed by the resident's physician prior to admission to a Residential Care Facility.  This form is more detailed than the usual state's form, and most likely will help the care provider better assess the resident's potential for admission. Physician's Report (Form)
One of the most important forms to complete prior to accepting a resident for care.  This form works well for all types of care facilities.  This form has been developed over a 20 year period of time, with great updates added.  This form is a great tool for assisted living staff assessment and residential care facilities to help evaluate and assess a resident's health and care service needs prior to admittance to the facility.  

We cannot stress enough how important it is to assess a potential resident correctly, prior to accepting them for admission.  Facilities need to make sure they can handle all the resident's care needs.

This multi-page detailed form is an excellent tool for caregiving staff to assist in the pre-admission process. See Levels of Care Form.  Skilled Nursing Facilities typical follow Medi-Care criteria. Pre-Admission Appraisal Assessment Form
This form is designed to be a tool to explain to residents and responsible parties of the facility's types of rate increases.  It is used as an addendum to the admission agreement. ALF, RCFE, ARF, RCF Rate Increase Agreement - Addendum - For Community Care Facilities
If the resident's need for care increases, a change in the Level of Care Service may be warranted.  These costs must be specified in the admission agreement. Reassessment Provisions
Form to record resident care plan progress. Resident Care Plan Progress Report
Simplified explanation of why resident care plans are essential. Resident Care Plans Simplified
A form used to document falls, injuries, unusual incidents, home health visits, etc. in a Residential Care or Adult Assisted Living Facility.  Information documented should only include direct quotes, factual symptoms, etc. Resident Care Service Notes for Community Based Care
A good form used by care facilities to conduct and document a Skin and Body Assessment of the resident upon admission, and upon re-admission (even from the hospital). It is essential to document any bedsores, wounds, scars, bruises, rashes or other visble skin conditions, to safeguard the resident's health and to make sure the facility is not blamed for a pre-exsisting condition. Skin and Body Assessment (Form) for Community Care Case Managers & Staff
Texas - CDS Service Plan Back Up Plan - free form Texas - CDS Service Plan Back Up Plan - free form
This helpful form is designed to assist in recording the level of assistance needed when providing transfer-assist care.  Residents who need assistance with transferring on an ongoing basis are usually cared for in nurshing homes, or by utilizing Home Health to assist in monitoring the care in a community-based setting. Transfer Assist Assessment - Case Management Form
This article is regarding the need for updating care plans to fit the residents of care facilities needs. Updating Care
Nine conceptual elements for conducting a capacity assessment are:
(1) identifying the applicable legal standard(s)
(2) identifying and evaluating functional elements constituent to the capacity
(3) determining relevant medical and psychiatric diagnoses contributing to incapacity
(4) evaluating cognitive functioning
(5) considering psychiatric and/or emotional factors
(6) appreciating the individual?s values
(7) identifying risks related to the individual and situation
(8) considering means to enhance the individual?s capacity
(9) making a clinical judgment of capacity. Working Group on the Assessment of Capacity in Older Adults
 
   
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