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Introduction to Long Term Care



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

Which of the following is NOT an ADL?
a.
bathing
b.
taking medication
c.
transference
d.
continance
 

 2. 

An insured needs assistance with bathing and dressing, as well as help with light housework and laundry, but is not in need of round-the-clock assistance.  What level of care does this insured need?
a.
custodial
b.
supervisory
c.
personal
d.
acute
 

 3. 

Which of the following is an example of community based care?
a.
respite care
b.
home health care
c.
adult day care
d.
assisted living residences
 

 4. 

Which of the following properly lists levels of care from most to least intensive?
a.
acute, supervisory, skilled, personal
b.
supervisory, acute, skilled , personal
c.
skilled, acute, personal, supervisory
d.
personal, supervisory, skilled, acute
 

 5. 

Joann has been caring for her aged parents and has become exhausted.  Her physician recommends that she take a break from caregiving. What type of care is most appropriate?
a.
custodial care
b.
personal care
c.
respite care
d.
assisted living facilities
 

 6. 

Assisted living factilities provide all of the following EXCEPT:
a.
meal preparation
b.
personal care
c.
help with medication
d.
on-staff physical therapist
 

 7. 

The cost of assisted living facilities is generally:
a.
the same as that at nursing home
b.
more than that of a nursing home
c.
less than that of a nursing home
d.
the same as that of a hospital stay
 

 8. 

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs):
a.
tie fees to the level of services provided
b.
offer a wide range of home-care services at one fixed rate
c.
are another name for assisted living facilities
d.
provide personal and skilled in-home care
 



 
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