Students will begin their orientation in caring for adult (elderly) clients. They will actively participate in the daily care for the client, including bed-making and assisting with hygiene, providing nutrition, ambulation, and companionship. The student will become familiar with wound care in this client and will use communication techniques in this lonely patient population. Semester Credit Hours 1.00 semester credit hours Contact Hours: 45.00 Prerequisites: SC 146 Anatomy and Physiology I, PN 111 Patient Assessment, and PN 112 Pharmacology. Corequisite: PN 108 Foundations of Nursing.