Understanding Restorative Care Part 3: Restorative Care Practices


As the front-line caregiver, RNA's need to have a great level of understanding of what level of assistance the resident requires, and what they are capable of achieving on their own--and provide the right amount of care accordingly. This program provides real-life examples of Restorative Care practices, including motivation & guidance, transfer & ambulation, range of motion, splinting, feeding assistance, and assistance with ADL's. It also discusses methods and approaches for assisting individuals with Ambulation and Range of Motion.

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

  • Name at least 3 levels of assistance that may be given to a resident to help with ambulation
  • Describe how restorative care practices can help a resident function more independently
  • Name 3 types of range of motion exercises
  • Explain the goal of range of motion exercises
  • Describe the purpose of splinting
  • Give an example of how to assist a resident with self-feeding
Sale Price: $142.00 USD
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Product ID: MED053
Media: DVD
Year: 2012
Duration: 21:41 minutes
Language: English
Tags: Basic Clinical Skills,
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