HHA Sample Examination Questions

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Module: Body Mechanics and Lifts. When preparing for a lift or transfer:

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Module: Learning and Test Taking Learning requires the brain to:

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(Learning and Test Taking) new pathways are how memories are formed. Learning requires new memories.

) Module: Learning and Test Taking Alcohol or sleeping pills before sleep will:

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(Learning and Test Taking) They are treated as toxins and must be removed before the brain will spend time creating memories.

Module: Infection and Infection Control Microbes are:

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Module: Introduction to Gerontology. Exercise is important for the elderly because:

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Module: Psychological Aspects of Health According to Maslow, motivational needs change with changes in:

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(Psychological Aspects of Health) What motivates us is what we don't have.

Module: Introduction to Communications Abusers always know that they are being abusive.

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This is part of the problem of abuse.

Module: Psychological Aspects of Health Physiological needs include:

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Module: Introduction to CareADL means:

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Module: Learning and Test Taking We obtain data from the external world through:

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Everything that our brains perceive must come through our senses.

Module: Introduction to Gerontology Delirium in the elderly is always accompanied by fever.

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(Introduction to Gerontology) Fever can result in delirium but delirium in the elderly need not be accompanied by fever.

Module: Psychological Aspects of Health A stroke victim that becomes depressed and angry may have difficulty maintaining his ______________ needs

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Module: Introduction to Communications Useful techniques to control your nervousness or fear when in front of an audience include:

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Module: Infection and Infection Control Non-pathogens are:

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Module: Infection and Infection Control. The basic types of pathogens include:

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Module: Psychological Aspects of Health Meeting your client's Level 1 (physiological) needs includes ensuring:

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Module: Health Care Systems. The first principle of health care is:

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Module: Psychological Aspects of Health Abuse may be:

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Module: Introduction to Communications. Non-verbal communication can provide up to:

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Module: Body Mechanics and Lifts Maintaining a wide base of support means:

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Module: Infection and Infection Control. Hospitals:

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Module: Body Mechanics and Lifts. Making a stable centre of gravity means:

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Module: Psychological Aspects of Health. Meeting your client's Level 2 needs includes ensuring:

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Module: Infection and Infection Control Pathogens in food can be killed by

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Module: Psychological Aspects of Health Babies and the very young are motivated mostly by ___________ needs:

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