Understanding Restorative Care
An overview of restorative care including tips for how CNAs and HHAs can help restore: bathing, grooming, and dressing skills; mobility, transfers and walking; eating and drinking skills; toileting and continence; and social relationships. Discusses how to document and report client care in support of a care plan. Provides strategies for motivating independence in their clients.
- Describe the purpose of restorative care.
- Promote clients’ efforts toward more independent performance of activities of daily living.
- Demonstrate proper use of any assistive equipment needed to restore independence in clients.
- List at least three ways to inspire clients to participate in restorative care.
- Recognize, document, and report when a care plan change is needed to reflect a new level of functioning.
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