Public Health Nursing Study Set 3

Nursing

Quiz 30 :

Disability Health Care Across the Lifespan

Quiz 30 :

Disability Health Care Across the Lifespan

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How does Healthy People 2020 address persons with disabilities?
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A nurse is providing care to a family who has a child with a disability. Which of the following individuals would most likely report high levels of stress, anxiety, and depression?
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The nurse organizes developmental vision and hearing screening of young children to identify those with disabilities. Which of the following roles is being performed by the nurse?
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What is the most common disability occurring in the United States in persons aged 18 years and older?
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A nurse is working to improve the health and wellness of persons with disabilities. Which of the following actions should be taken by the nurse?
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A nurse is caring for a disabled individual and her family. Which of the following may be a potential effect on the family?
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A nurse maintains current information about agencies whose services are of potential use to the disabled and directs clients to the resources that can meet their needs. Which of the following roles is being demonstrated?
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A nurse speaks on behalf of others who are unable to speak for themselves. Which of the following roles is being performed?
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The nurse, with agreement from the family, arranges for families to see social workers on the same day that they bring their children for follow-up care in a pediatric cardiology clinic. Which of the following roles is being performed?
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Which statement about physically compromised persons who are experiencing poverty is true?
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A nurse is caring for a client who has a disability. Which of the following would be the correct way to refer to this individual?
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A nurse is working with low-income families with disabilities who have young children. Which specific form of disability causes the greatest risk for abuse?
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An individual has a disability that is considered to be a function of physical characteristics that place him or her at a disadvantage when compared to those without the characteristics. What definition of disability is being used?
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Which of the following statements about disabilities are true?
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Developmental disabilities that continue throughout a person's lifetime start before which age?
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A nurse is caring for a client who, according to the Social Security Administration, is considered disabled. Which of the following best describes the client?
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A nurse implements a health promotion education program for physically compromised adults. Which of the following would be the most important reason to provide programming for this population?
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A congressional mandate for the addition of folic acid to cereals in the United States to reduce neural tube defects in infants has been implemented. Which of the following levels of prevention has been addressed?
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A client has a developmental disability. Which of the following areas would the nurse anticipate limited functioning?
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A nurse is working with a client who has been diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder and bipolar disorder. Which of the following terms best describes what is being experienced by the client?
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