Check the stickies on this board. Also - have you asked your agency? Generally they have a wealth of resources. At ours, we have the patient sign a copy of handouts/education materials left in home. It helps document that teaching is being done and reviewed with patient involvement. It's a great help to me when I do recerts to see this documentation in the patient's home - gives me a better view on what the SN has been focusing on with the patient (so I can help formulate what remains to be taught or identify issues what issues have to do with noncompliance or medications v simple knowledge deficit).