Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) - Initial Training Quiz

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Which of the following could lead to a problem using the telephone?(Required)
1. Which of the following could lead to a problem using the telephone?
Most people learn instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) skills when they are:(Required)
2. Most people learn instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) skills when they are:
You are assigned to do light housekeeping duties and grocery shopping for Mrs. Pike. After two weeks, you notice she is having trouble keeping up with her medications. You should:(Required)
3. You are assigned to do light housekeeping duties and grocery shopping for Mrs. Pike. After two weeks, you notice she is having trouble keeping up with her medications. You should:
Which of these is NOT needed before grocery shopping for your client?(Required)
4. Which of these is NOT needed before grocery shopping for your client?
Cooking from scratch is the healthiest and most affordable way to eat.(Required)
5. Cooking from scratch is the healthiest and most affordable way to eat.
Vacuuming and dusting should be done on a daily basis.(Required)
6. Vacuuming and dusting should be done on a daily basis.
It’s best to wash all clothing in cold water.(Required)
7. It’s best to wash all clothing in cold water.
Nursing assistants are allowed to measure liquid medications and pour them into a client’s mouth.(Required)
8. Nursing assistants are allowed to measure liquid medications and pour them into a client’s mouth.
As a nursing assistant, you have a responsibility to review your clients’ checking accounts, as needed.(Required)
9. As a nursing assistant, you have a responsibility to review your clients’ checking accounts, as needed.
It’s common for clients to deny having problems with performing their own IADLs.(Required)
10. It’s common for clients to deny having problems with performing their own IADLs.
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