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New Chaptered Legislation has new reporting requirements for Abuse Reporting. If suspected abuse results in a bruise to a client’s arm that does not effect mobility – How soon should you report to licensing or Regional Center?
A client is sitting in a cheap plastic patio chair while sanding a piece of wood. He weighs 275 lbs and falls out of the chair and suffers a fractured ankle. On the bottom of the chair it says maximum weight 250lbs. The consumer is taken to the hospital and then spends two months in a skilled nursing home recovering. This is an example of:
A staff member is trying to assist a female consumer in the bathroom. The consumer is not cooperating and wipes her face with urine. The staff member tries to wipe her face with a baby wipe. The consumer smears urine on the face of the staff person. In a moment of rage the staff person kicks the consumer in stomach. You walk in and observe this at the last minute. This is an example of:
You realize that out of 4 clients in your home three are suffering form severe respiratory symptoms that make you think of SARS. What do you do?
Group Home regs for incident reporting emphasize what kind of incident reporting.
A female client who suffers from severe autism and has no language and hits another female consumer in the face. The victim soon has a black eye. What should you do?
A female client who suffers from severe autism and has no language hits a another female consumer in the face. The victim soon has a black eye. What should you do?
A client becomes aggressive during a baking activity in the kitchen. Out of nowhere he lunges at a female consumer and tries to bite her on the breast. There were several staff who observed what happened. You were not a witness. In gathering information from the staff who observed the incident what is the best way to avoid the misinformation effect.
When writing an incident report the goal is to record everything that happened. While we try to figure out what caused the event by looking at antecedents the primary purpose of a SIR is:
A male consumer named Peter walks into the lunch room minding his own business. Another male consumer named Robert becomes angry at Peter because Peter asks annoying silly questions over and over. Robert pushes Peter hard and Peter falls on the floor and injures his knee. Peter has a history of complaining about his knee up to 30 times a day. Staff are tired of listening to Peter’s complaints as well. What is an example of the misinformation effect in this event.