All the information and resources you need to create effective social & recreation care plans for your clients. Includes templates and case studies.
The documentation process varies from facility to facility but there are usually three important steps to follow.
Sometimes it is hard to find words to convey what one sees or hears in an objective way. The list below will assist you when working on documentation at the end of your day.
Learn how to respond to the assessment of needs with the following 6 case studies extracted from resident care plans.
John is an 84 years old gentleman living with first stage dementia. He is disoriented of time and place. Prior to coming to facility John lived on his own for many years and was used to have his own way...
Anna is a 79 year old lady living with 2nd stage dementia. She seems to understand what staff say but is very slow to respond. She is restless most of the day, sitting for only minutes at time...
Lyn is unable to communicate verbally due to medical diagnosis. She is bed-fast and her upper and lower limbs are rigid. She is able to follow one’s gaze by moving her head to the left and to the right...