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On a cold November morning I walked into the nursing home dressed in my clinical scrubs at 700am I was very nervous but ready to begin my nursing assistant-clinical day My instructor assigned me to a specific part of the hallway and told me that all the residents needed to be up and ready for the day by 830am I began entering rooms and telling residents it was time to wake up and begin the day I walked into the first room and that resident needed help getting out of his bed and getting dressed The woman in the next room was incontinent so I gave her a bath a clean diaper and clean sheets It is always sad to see people who cannot control their bladder and just lay in their feces because the other nurses do not pay close enough attention I continued my rounds waking up several residents and helping them get ready for the day I reported to the dining area by 830am and sat between two residents They needed assistance eating It felt like I was feeding a baby except I had to remember they are adults and had to be treated like one Some residents did not want to eat or just fell asleep at the table My instructor continued to tell me that everyone must eat She took the spoon right out of my hand and shoved the pured eggs into the residents mouth I was told to force feed I do not agree with force-feeding but it had to be done because everyone needed hisher breakfast I finally finished feeding the residents at 1000am It was then time to make rounds to take their vital signs This was difficult because some residents could not hold the thermometer and the blood pressure cuff caused them too much pain Yet it was another thing that had to be done Some residents even argued and
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