As a CNA, you work as a “team player” to take care of all of your residents’ needs. Which of these is a reason you should take this approach when you need to ambulate a resident?
The resident can be ambulated more quickly if you work together.
You can move the resident yourself while your helper explains what you are doing.
You don’t have to work as hard if you have someone else there to help you lift a resident.
The resident will feel and be safer when two or more staff members help with ambulation.
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