PCA Certification Test
You must pass each section with a score of 70%. You may retake the test.

Read each question carefully and select the correct answer.

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1. Preventing Emergency Situations and What to do in an Emergency
TRUE or FALSE
You should call 911 when the individual falls. *
1 point
You should call 911 when the individual is complaining of chest pain. *
1 point
You should call 911 when the individual is choking. *
1 point
You should call 911 when the individual complains about a family member. *
1 point
You should call 911 when the individual loses consciousness *
1 point
You should call 911 when the individual is having trouble breathing. *
1 point
Emergency Procedures
When there is an emergency you should take the individual to the hospital in your own car. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should lift an individual up to a chair after a fall. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should immediately report the incident to your supervisor and the individual's care manager. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should never let an individual smoke near oxygen. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should look for all accessible exits in case there is a fire. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should wait in the emergency room with individuals who have dementia or Alzheimer's disease so you can assist hospital staff. Clear this with your agency. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should encourage the individual to use his/her walker or cane to prevent falls. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should let the individual navigate around furniture and clutter to get to the bathroom. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should let the individual turn the lights down low when she/he is walking. *
1 point
When there is an emergency you should let the individual try to get up on her/his own after falling. You do not need to report falls when the individual seems to be okay. *
1 point
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