We went for two full days.
Help pass out breakfast/lunch, feed residence that couldn't eat on their own.
Changed a couple messy depends.
WATCHED a lot of what was going on.
Got "our" resident up, did peri care, dressed, brushed hair, brushed teeth, got her ready for breakfast basically.
Do all of the stuff from day one.
Rush to check off things like vitals, practice BP, do someone's nails (that was fun for me, I'd never done that before.
We also went in in groups of 5 to help give a shower...thought that was unnecessary but we go to see what to do.
It's a lot of work and you will be dead tired if you've never worked in that kind of setting. You'll learn a lot though, and have fun
P.s. If you're not sure of how to do something ASK THE NURSE. My idiot lab partner tried to hurt our patient a couple of times *sigh*. Good luck!