5Q. Rights Scenarios
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Why does the staff in the home make Charles get up early on weekends?CorrectIncorrect
The staff in the home makes Charles get up early on weekends because he won’t get up on weekdays. He loves to sit outside on weekends and listen to his radio. It is repeatedly taken away for bad behavior and not getting up in the mornings.
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What is repeatedly taken away from Charles for bad behavior and not getting up in the mornings?CorrectIncorrect
Charles get up early on weekends because he won’t get up on weekdays. He loves to sit outside on weekends and listen to his radio. It is repeatedly taken away for bad behavior and not getting up in the mornings.
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What do staff do to punish Michael?
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Michael is 18 years old. He often yells very loudly and is locked in his room and left there as punishment. He likes to talk on the telephone and spends hours talking to friends. His telephone privileges are often taken away for long periods of time until he promises not to talk so long.
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What does the staff do when Mary cries and screams at night?CorrectIncorrect
Mary cries and screams for several hours at night, which keeps staff and other individuals awake. The staff members ignore her and let her cry and scream until she wears herself out and finally goes to sleep.
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Lori has been increasingly reluctant to ___________________, to the point where she appears to have panic attacks.CorrectIncorrect
In recent months Lori has become steadily more reluctant to get on the bus, although, once aboard, she seems fine. In the past two weeks she has had what appear to be panic attacks at the sight of the bus.
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Joe has developed a habit of doing what to his roommate’s dresser drawers?CorrectIncorrect
Joe has developed a habit of urinating in inappropriate places and seems to prefer his and his roommate’s dresser drawers. Adequate clean clothing for both Joe and his roommate is constantly in short supply.
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What medication did the doctor prescribe for “non-compliant” Jim for agitation, as well as to calm his physical aggression?CorrectIncorrect
Staff often describe Jim as “non-compliant.” When demands are placed on him, he may become physically aggressive until the demands are eased. The doctor has prescribed Paxil for agitation, as well as to calm the physical aggression. The psychologist also recommends a behavior program in which his aggressiveness is ignored in hopes of extinguishing it.
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Where did Kate go when she left the house and evaded the staff’s search attempts?CorrectIncorrect
Last week Kate walked out of the house following an argument with her roommate. Staff searched the area but were unable to find her. The local police brought her back unharmed about an hour later. It turned out that Kate had walked across the busy highway outside and then to a small strip mall about a mile away.
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Which of these statements about Jane are true?
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Jane lives in a community integrated living arrangement (CILA) and has a job at Walmart downtown. Jane does not have a legal guardian nor does she appear to need one. Jane is an attractive 34-year-old woman who has a mild intellectual disability. Though Jane is quite capable in many areas, she does exhibit some difficulty in the areas of reasoning and judgment. Jane loves fashion and dresses meticulously.
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Which person wants to sing in the choir and help children with disabilities?CorrectIncorrect
Mary says she is not a baby and feels bad when she is treated like one. She says she wants to feel loved and not be so lonely. She wants to help children with disabilities. She wants to go to church, sing in the church choir, learn how to take care of herself, cook, and do her own laundry.