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DYSPHAGIA or APHASIA:
What do you think Mary could have done to make this shower experience more positive?
Choice A: She could try reducing the frequency of showering to 1 to 3 times a week with towel baths or spot cleansing on other days, is a good choice.
Choice B: Mary could have covered Robert with a blanket, robe, or towel while he was undressed and waiting to enter the shower, is another good choice.
Choice C: Mary should not have left Robert alone, particularly in a cold and drafty bathing area, or in areas where wet floors could cause a fall, is another possibility.
Choice D: Mary should have placed Robert’s needs before her own agenda, is also a good choice.
Choice E: All of the above, is the best choice.
PHYSICAL AND HUMAN ENVIRONMENTS
PHYSICAL BATHING ENVIRONMENT
Physical Bathing Environment (Continued) Furniture & Lighting
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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