My facility went "paperless" about 6 months ago, with one exception -- we still print out Kardex-type information as we always did. Each unit of about 25 residents has a form which lists the care basics for all 25, how they transfer, toilet, eat, special equipment, etc. This is stored in a Word document and is updated and reprinted every time there is a change, new admit or discharge. A little stack of each unit's current forms is kept at the corresponding nurses station.
Every CNA is expected to have the form in their pocket, available. It would be nice if they would/could stop and go look information up on a careplan, but we all know that is unlikely to happen. We have had this form in place for years with much sucess.