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02 ADL's - Activities of Daily Living (19 docs)

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This form is used to document individual resident care and output.  This document is a helpful tool to provide to the doctor or nurse to help them get a better picture of the incontinency problem. 7-Day Incontinence Tracking Record
OSHAs Illness and Injury Guidelines for ADLs ADL Care Services
Cover sheet ADL's - Activities of Daily Living Cover
Form used to document the days of the week that the residents bathe or shower. A quick list form for residential care staff to use to help keep track of bathing times. Bath and Shower Schedule
Policy, procedures and overview of points to consider when bathing a resident. Training for caregivers & staff of nursing homes, residential care facilities, and assisted living facilities. Bathing - Showering Policies and Procedures for Training Caregivers & Care Home Staff
Policy and procedure for givng a resident a bed-bath. For caregivers, assisted living facilities and residential care homes.  Staff training procedures for Bed Baths. Bed Bath Policy and Procedure
Form used to assess a resident's bladder and bowel functions. Bowel and Bladder Review
Proper procedure for assisting a resident with brushing their teeth. Brushing Teeth Procedure
free form CMS's ADL Evaluation: assess the need for assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), altered gait and balance, and decreased range of motion. In addition, on admission, resident and staff opinions regarding functional rehabilitation potential are noted. CMS's ADL Evaluation
Proper procedure for cleaning a residents dentures. Denture Procedure
When caring for several people that are incontinent a system needs to be set up.  This document covers a typical Dry Check and Change Policy
Examples of possible bathing situations. Examples of Bathing Care Information
Procedure for trimming and cleaning a resident's fingernails. Fingernail Cutting Procedure
Incontinent Care Policies and Treatment Guidelines.  This information is useful for training and inservices on incontinent care for residential care facilities.  The basic problem and treatment for each type of incontinence is described and link to other Policies Procedures for Residential Care & Assisted Living Facility staff. 

Bowel and bladder control are essential to the well being of the body.  Control aids with normal functioning in daily activities of living, maintenance of an independent life style, and continued social interaction.

Withholding fluids is NOT good for the resident or their urinary track system, therefore is not recommended.  In fact you can usually... Incontinence Care and Treatment Policy Procedure Residential Care Assisted Living
10 rules to providing incontinency care are covered.  Structured Programs to reduce incontinency are explained. Incontinence Care Service
Overview of incontinence, possible causes, treatments, symptoms and useful links.  This document helps the reader understand the basics of incontinency.  Good document for use in staff training. Incontinence Overview
This form is used to help discover and document all the different aspects of the incontinency care that is currently being provided. Incontinence Questionnaire
This document is about the proper procedures for handling of the residents' incontinent-contaminated laundry by facility staff.   

People/residents who are incontinent may need their laundry done everyday.  Urine or feces contaminated laundry must be brought to the laundry room for washing, sanitizing, drying, and return delivery.  Use laundry baskets; do not hold laundry against your body.

However, if the care service staff is providing proper care and doing scheduled Dry Checks, urine and feces accidents are less likely to happen, resulting in less laundry.  When improper incontinent care is given... Laundry Service for Incontinent Residents
The ADL Sheet  - Activities of Daily Living - This simple Form can be used by all type of community care homes and home and community based service programs. NEW ADL Sheet Activities of Daily Living simple Form
Form to document bathing and showering procedures for individual residents. Resident Bathing and Showering Record
Procedure for shaving a resident. Shaving Policy and Procedure
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