Published Jul 18, 2013
OK, just one question:
For Dining... how do you describe Supervised Vs. Limited.
I know the definitions, I want the semantics....
Supervised/set up: opened tray items, cut up food, observed during meals, documented intake.
Limited/One: opened tray items, cut up food, observed during meals, documented intake.
Eating ADL Self-Performance involves only the actual delivery of food/beverage from receptacle to mouth (or other means). In your example, only “observed during meals” can be factored in. Hence, “Supervision" is the only applicable answer.
Without going through the rule of 3, a single instance of a Limited Assist will be…
SitcomNurse, BSN, MSN, EdD, RN
SO RIGHT!! I neede the "actual delivery of food/beverage from receptacle to mouth (or other means)" part of the answer.
THAT Is the difference. Im trying to explain it to people.. but the manual states, Staff must set up the tray, cut the meat, open containers and HAND HIM THE UTENCILS.. the bold part is the Limited ( I tried to explain) the rest is SET UP.. Staff Performance, not resident performance...... so they were trying to include the cut up the food as LIMITED..
Ah, thank you thank you thank you.
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