Dealing with Family Members
1 / 10
In times of stress, families tend to cope by falling back on old relationship patterns.
2 / 10
You should perform small favors for your client's family as a gesture to show you care.
3 / 10
The best time to encourage an overwhelmed family member to take a break is when...
4 / 10
You can help clients whose families do not visit by making them part of your family.
5 / 10
If your client's family is engaged in an argument in your client's room, you should ignore them and continue working.
6 / 10
When family members are grieving, you should let them know you are willing to listen if they need to talk.
7 / 10
If kept in the dark about their loved one's condition, children may believe that the illness is their fault.
8 / 10
HIPAA was created to protect the health information of your clients.
9 / 10
A client's family is whomever they believe it to be whether related or not.
10 / 10
It is appropriate to share your client's information with anyone who visits them.
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