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Assisting The Resident With Meals
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presented by Candace Rotolo, fl. 2004; produced by National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2004), 20 mins
Mealtime is often the most important part of the day for residents in a long-term care facility. This program reviews proper technique and care in serving meals and addresses special feeding circumstances and solutions.
presented by Candace Rotolo, fl. 2004; produced by National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2004), 20 mins
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Nursing Assistant, Bedmaking: Making An Unoccupied Bed
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presented by Bill Rogers, fl. 2001; produced by Medcom, in Nursing Assistant (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2014), 4 mins
This instructional video, from the Nursing Assistant series produced by MedCom, Inc., is about how to make an unoccupied bed.
presented by Bill Rogers, fl. 2001; produced by Medcom, in Nursing Assistant (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2014), 4 mins
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Bowel And Bladder Re-Training
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presented by Chris Curle, fl. 1981; produced by National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2002), 27 mins
Bowel and bladder problems for the elderly are a leading cause of frustration at home and in nursing homes. Nursing assistants spend a great deal of their time and energy changing soiled clothing, mopping floors and coping with the embarrassment and loss of dignity that accompanies incontinence. In this program we...
presented by Chris Curle, fl. 1981; produced by National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2002), 27 mins
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Emotional Needs Of Resident
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produced by Sam Murakami, fl. 1996 and Miriam Burton, fl. 2016, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2008), 31 mins
When residents are depressed, confused or display aggressive behavior, the nursing assistant's job becomes a difficult task. This program is intended to make the assistant more sensitive to the resident and family when behavior problems occur.
produced by Sam Murakami, fl. 1996 and Miriam Burton, fl. 2016, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2008), 31 mins
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Improving Communication With Visually And Hearing Impaired
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directed by Steve Berg, fl. 2008 and Scott Rouse, fl. 2007-2017; presented by Marliss Brockington, fl. 2008; produced by Miriam Burton, fl. 2016, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2008), 48 mins
Learn to recognize and manage age related hearing and speech problems that your client may experience. This program focuses on bringing out the strengths of these clients by assisting caregivers with practical ways to communicate and support the client throughout their daily activities.
directed by Steve Berg, fl. 2008 and Scott Rouse, fl. 2007-2017; presented by Marliss Brockington, fl. 2008; produced by Miriam Burton, fl. 2016, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2008), 48 mins
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Infection Control In The Home Settings
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presented by Candace Rotolo, fl. 2004; produced by Karen Tomlinson, fl. 2015, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2015), 23 mins
We start with three key ideas in the home setting: Clean, Cost and Common sense. Then, we address specific home health aide responsibilities, including assessment of a home, client and hygiene to prevent the spread of infection.
presented by Candace Rotolo, fl. 2004; produced by Karen Tomlinson, fl. 2015, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2015), 23 mins
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Measuring Vital Signs for Medical Assistants: Blood Pressure, Pain, How to measure a patient's blood pressure
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produced by Medcom, in Measuring Vital Signs for Medical Assistants: Blood Pressure, Pain (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2013), 5 mins
This instructional video, from the Measuring Vital Signs for Medical Assistants series produced by Medcom, Inc., is about how to measure a patient's blood pressure at the brachial artery.
produced by Medcom, in Measuring Vital Signs for Medical Assistants: Blood Pressure, Pain (Cypress, CA: Medcom, 2013), 5 mins
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New Nursing Assistant, Recognizing Abnormal Signs and Symptoms
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in New Nursing Assistant (Medcom, 2009), 14 mins
Observing for abnormal signs and symptoms is an important part of the routine care nursing assistants provide to residents. Residents depend on the nursing assistant’s ability to recognize changes in behavior, appearance, and abilities, and to report significant observations promptly and accurately. This program...
in New Nursing Assistant (Medcom, 2009), 14 mins
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New Nursing Assistant, Techniques in Bathing Part 2: Perineal Care, Tub Bath, Shower and Shampoo
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in New Nursing Assistant (Medcom, 2010), 15 mins
Cleanliness is extremely important for the physical and emotional well-being of an individual who is dependent upon caregivers. Bathing provides the resident with mild exercise, provides an opportunity for close observation of skin condition and enhances circulation. Medcom’s classic Nursing Assistant program on...
in New Nursing Assistant (Medcom, 2010), 15 mins
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No Place Like Home: Management Of The Client's Home
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directed by Scott Rouse, fl. 2007-2017; produced by Mark Heubl, fl. 2012, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2012), 24 mins
Household management is a skill everyone should learn. Knowledge of such things as home organization, house cleaning, laundry, and chores are essential for a happy home life, but it can be daunting when you are first starting out. This video will take you thru real world examples to help drive home organizational...
directed by Scott Rouse, fl. 2007-2017; produced by Mark Heubl, fl. 2012, National Educational Video, Inc. (Naples, FL: National Educational Video, Inc., 2012), 24 mins
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