Center for Business and Professional Development
CNA Skills Review
Providing high-quality, patient-centered care requires CNAs to be highly competent in all twenty-one performance skills defined by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH).Training may consist of all or a select number of the following performance skills:
IDPH Performance Skills 1. Wash Hands 2. Perform Oral Hygiene 3. Shave a Resident 4. Perform Nail Care 5. Perform Perineal Care 6. Give Partial Bath 7. Give a Shower or Tub Bath 8. Make Occupied Bed 9. Dress a Resident 10. Transfer a Resident to Wheelchair Using Transfer Belt 11. Transfer Using Mechanical Lift 12. Ambulate with Transfer Belt 13. Feed a Resident 14. Calculate Intake and Output 15. Place Resident in a Side-Lying Position 16. Perform Passive Range of Motion 17. Apply and Remove Personal Protective Equipment 18. Measure and Record Temperature, Pulse and Respiration 19. Measure and Record Blood Pressure 20. Measure and Record Weight 21. Measure and Record Height
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