Principles of Observation Test #20 Principles of Observation Test Name* First Last Email* Location* Grand Rapids Saginaw St. Louis Check the box for the correct answer.1. You never use the sense of touch in observing a client.* True False 2. An advantage of being a skillful observer is that you may prevent a serious condition from remaining untreated.* True False 3. Inappropriate dress is one example of an unusual sign or occurrence.* True False 4. The less you interact with your clients, the easier it is to notice changes.* True False 5. Changes in a client's condition, appearance, and behavior should be reported to your supervisor and recorded.* True False 6. You must be polite and never look closely at the client's home.* True False 7. Orientation refers to:* Noticing a fact or occurrence Observing and reporting Knowing the month, day, year, your name, and your location A rash or eruption on the skin 8. Mood changes are common among older clients and need not be reported.* True False 9. A home health aide's sense of smell can alert him or her to changes in a client's condition.* True False 10. The home health aide should report:* Only normal behavior in a client Any changes in a client's behavior What other home health aides are doing The clothing a client is wearing EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.