Section I- Introduction to Restorative Nursing: Chapter 1-Introduction to Rehabilitation and Restorative Nursing Care. Chapter 2-The Nursing Process in Restorative Nursing Care. Chapter 3-The Elderly in Long-Term Care. Chapter 4-Infection Control. Chapter5-Principles of Restorative Nursing and Rehabilitation. Chapter 6-Restorative Care of Residents with Musculoskeletal System Conditions. Chapter 7-Care of Residents with Common Neurological Conditions. Chapter 8- Restorative Care of the Residents with Disorders of the Integumentary System. Chapter 9-Consideration of Special Needs. Chapter 10-Preventing Musculoskeletal Injuries, Back Injuries in Health Care Workers, Body Mechanics. Chapter 11-Restorative Exercise and Bed Mobility Exercise. Chapter 12-Progressive Mobility. Chapter 13-Ambulation and Assistive Devices. Chapter 14-Restorative Approaches to Meeting Residents" Nutrition and Hydration Needs. Chapter 15-Restorative Self-Care. Chapter 16-Restorative Care of Residents with Respiratory Disorders. Chapter 17-Bowel and Bladder Management, Problems Related to the Urinary System. Chapter 18-Restorative Care of Residents with Psychosocial and Behavioral Issues. Chapter 19-Documenting Restorative Care. Appendix A-Employment Information. Appendix B-Exercise and Mobility. Appendix C-Patterns for Restorative Equipment. Appendix E-Communication: Communication Cards, Appendix F-Basic Nursing Assistant Procedure Review. Appendix G-Resources. Appendix H-Federal Law. Appendix I-Minimum Data Set 2.0. Appendix J-Americans with Disabilities Act.
About the Author
As an independent nurse consultant and educator, Barbara Acello, MS, RN, has worked in long-term care for more than thirty-three years. In addition to owning and operating a school for nursing assistants, she helped to write and develop mandatory state curricula for nurse aides and EMTs. She has also written and/or contributed to approximately 60 textbooks, instructor guides, quick reference guides, and supplemental instructional material for healthcare personnel. During her nursing career, Ms. Acello has worked in eight states as a director of nursing, long-term care facility consultant, and educator. With a particular interest and expertise in the clinical geriatrics, Ms. Acello's subspecialties include resident safety, pain assessment and management, restraints, pressure ulcers, and infection control. She is committed to improving working conditions, education, and professionalism for personnel in the long-term care industry.