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What should you do before your first visit?
Have Home Health Specialist staff notify the family of your visit.
Confirm directions to the residence.
Carry the patient’s telephone number as well as HHS’ telephone number with you.
All of the above.
Which is not an acceptable precaution when traveling?
Accepting rides from strangers.
Having your car in good working order.
Keeping your car doors locked and windows up.
Parking in an alley or deserted side streets.
Other safety measures include:
A. Having a cellular phone to maximize communication.
B. Parking in full view of patient’s residence.
C. Walking into a patient’s home without knocking.
D. Having a full tank of gas.
E. Avoiding isolated, unlit areas.
All of the above
A, B, C, D
A, B, C, E
A, B, D, E
When there is an emergency situation in the home, you should first call:
Your mother, she always knows what to do.
The vet in cases of animal bites.
The Psychic Help Line.
911 for Emergency Assistance.
Electrical safety does not include:
Using appliances and equipment that are grounded.
Checking the condition of electrical cords and outlets.
Using the blowdryer in the bathtub.
Replacing extension cords that are nicked, frayed or damaged
If you feel your personal safety may be threatened, you should remain