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NAATAP SKILLS CNA

Skills that Examiner will test on for CNA NAATAP

QuestionAnswer
A. Addresses client by name and introduces self to client by name. step 1 Hand washing
A. Turns on water at sink. step 2 Hand washing
A. Wets hands and wrists throughly step 3 Hand washing
A. Applies soap to hands step 4 Hand washing
A** Lathers all surfaces of wrists, hands, and fingers producing friction, for at least 15 seconds. step 5 Hand washing
A. Cleans fingernails by rubbing fingertips against the palm of the opposite hand. step 6 Hand washing
A. After lathering all surfaces for at least 15 seconds, rinses all surfaces of wrists, hands, and fingers keeping hands lower than the elbows with fingertips down. Do not touch sink anywhere! Don't splash water! step 7 Hand washing
A. Uses a clean, dry paper towel to dry all surfaces of the hands, wrists,and fingers then disposes of paper towel into waste container. step 8 Hand washing
A. Uses clean, dry, papertowel to turn off the faucet then disposes of papertowel inot the waste container or uses kne foot control to turn off faucet. step 9 Hand washing
A. Does not touch inside of the sink at any time. step 10 Hand washing
B. Expalins procedure, speaking clearly, slowly, and directly, maintaining face-to-face contact whenever possible step 1. Applies One Knee-High Elastic Stocking
B. Privacy is provided with a curtain, scren, or door. Step 2. Ted Hose
B. Make sure the client is in the supine position (lying down in bed)while stocking is applied. Step 3. Ted Hose
B. Turn stocking inside- out. Step 4. Ted Hose
B. Place the foot of stocking over toes, foot, and heel. Step 5. Ted hose
B. Pull the top of the stocking over the toes foot, heel, and leg. Step 6. Ted Hose
B. Move the foot gently and naturaly, avoiding force and over extension of limb and joints. Step 7. Ted Hose
B.***FINISHES THE PROCEDURE WITH NO TWISTS OR WRINKLES, AND THE HEEL OF STOCKING,(IF PRESENT) IS OVER HEEL, AND THE OPENING IN TOE AREA IS EITHER OVER OR UNDER TOE AREA. Step 8. Ted Hose
B. Signaling device is within reach and bed is in low position. Step 9. Ted Hose
B. Wash Hands Step 10. Ted Hose
C. Explains procedure, speaking clearly, slowly, anddirectly, maintaining face-to-face contact wheneverpossible Step 1.ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. *** Before assisting to stand, candidate ensures client is wearing non-slip shoes. Step 2.ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. Before assisting to stand, bed is at a safe level Step 3.ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. Before assisting to stand, checks and/or locks bedwheels Step 4.ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. Before assisting to stand, client is assisted to sittingposition with feet flat on the floor Step 5. ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. Before assisting to stand, applies transfer belt securelyover clothing/gown Step 6. ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. Before assisting to stand, provides instructionsto enable client to assist in standing including prearranged signal to alert client to begin standing Step 7. ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C.Stands facing client positioning self to ensure safety of candidate and client during transfer. Counts to three(or says other prearranged signal) to alert client tobegin standing. Step 8.ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. On signal, gradually assists client to stand by grasping transfer belt on both sides with an upward grasp(candidate’s hands are in upward position), and maintaining stability of client’s legs. Step 9.ASSIS TS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C.Walks slightly behind and to one side of client for a distance of ten (10) feet, while holding onto the belt. Step 10.ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. After ambulation, assists client to bed and removes transfer belt Step 11.ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C.Signaling device is within reach and bed is in low positon Step 12. ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
C. Washes hands Step 13. ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT
D. Explains procedure speaking clearly, slowly, and directly,maintaining face-to-face contact whenever possible Step 1. bedpan
D. Privacy is provided with a curtain, screen, or door Step 2. bedpan
D.Before placing bedpan, lowers head of bed Step 3. bedpan
D.Puts on clean gloves before handling bedpan Step 4.bedpan
D. Places bedpan correctly under client’s buttocks Step 5.bedpan
Step 6. bedpan
Step 7. bedpan
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