It depends on the shift and the facility...
6-7:30 get the pts. up: bed baths (usually 1-2 showers/whilpools), dress them, transfer them, brush teeth/dentures, offer the bathroom make the bed and clean up your mess, assist with tv or move into hallway until breakfast. x this by 6 (at least at my facility).
7:30-9 pass breakfast, first on the floor then in the dinning room, and then assist the residents that need to be fed
9-11:00 assist pts to bathroom, then to bed/therapy/activity (depending on the pts schedule)
11-11:30 assist pt to bathroom and then get them ready for lunch (brush hair, teeth, make sure clothes are still clean ect.)
11:30-1 pass lunch, first on the floor then in the dinning room, and then assist the residents that need to be fed.
1-2:00 assist pts to bathroom, then to bed/therapy/activity (depending on the pts schedule)
2-2:30 do charting and give report to the next shift
2-3:00 get report from the previous shift, pass linens (towels and wash cloths), finish anything that days was not able to complete (vitals, striping beds, laying people down, ect)
3-4:30 assist pt to bathroom and then get them ready for dinner (brush hair, teeth, make sure clothes are still clean ect.), this is based on who laid down first, and who wants to get up first.
4:30-6 pass dinner first on the floor then in the dinning room, and then assist pts that need to be fed
6-9 assist residents to bed: bed baths, offer the bathroom, transfer them, brush their teeth, put away wheel chair, clean up mess, place clothes in dirty laundry ect. x this by 12 (at least at my facility)
9-10 do charts (there are twice as many as days) and do rounds (changing briefs of incontinent pts and checking rooms to make sure they are clean and you did not forget anything)
10-10:30 do rounds with night shift and give report.
10-11 Do rounds, get report, and complete anything the evening shift was unable to.
11-12 double check rooms to make sure tab/bed alarms are on, bathrooms are clean, garbage to taken out ect.
12-1 do first round (20ish pts)
1-2 Find the wheelchairs of the patients getting a shower the next day and any other chair that needs cleaning and wash them in the shower room, also check buckets to see that they are clean and replace anything that is empty such as shampoo, soap ect.
2-3 Do secound rounds (20ish pts.)
3-4 Do charting on what you have done so far, take vitals if needed, file away monthly paper work, (whatever little things that seem to go undone by the other shifts)
4-5 do last rounds (20ish pts)
5-6 wash 4 people (bed baths, shaving, teeth, dress, ect.) and finish charting
6-6:30 give report and assist with any transfers of the people you washed.
With all these shift you are completeing these tasks all while answering telaphones, call lights, alarms, plus doing what ever menial task the nurse does not want/does not have the time to do, as well as dealing with difficult pts/family members.