...1.Early Morning Care is provided shortly after waking and includes assisting with toileting and measures to get the patient ready for breakfast. The patient's hands and faced are washed and mouth care is provided.
2.Morning Care is provided after breakfast is finished. Morning care may be self-care for a patient capable of managing hygiene independently, partial-care for a patient who is only capable of managing parts of the bath, or complete-care for the patient who requires nuring assistance with all aspects of hygiene care.
3.Afternoon Care (PM care) allows the patient to be refreshed after lunch. Provide opportunity for toileting, hand washing, oral care, straightening the linens, and a clean gown if necessary.
4.Hour of Sleep Care is provided as preparation for sleep. Again, provide the opportunity for toileting, washing hands and face, oral care, and backrub. Make sure that the call light and other objects such as a urinal are close at hand.
5.PRN care is providing whatever is necessary when the need occurs.