Companion / Homemaker
Caring companionship and conversation, Help with hobbies, General shopping and errands,
Transportation and appointments, Laundry & ironing, Vacuuming & dusting, Meal preparation & washing dishes,
Caring for pets and plants, Personal hygiene assistance, Medication reminders, Diet monitoring and meal planning,
Walking assistance, etc
Home Health Assistance
Monitors patient condition by observing physical and mental condition, intake and output, and exercise.Assists patients by providing personal services, such as, bathing, dressing, and grooming.
Helps patients care for themselves by teaching use of cane or walker, special utensils to eat, special techniques and equipment for personal hygiene, records patient information by making entries in the patient journal; notifying nursing supervisor of changing or unusual conditions.
Maintains a safe, secure, and healthy patient environment by following asepses standards and procedures; maintaining security precautions; following prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards;
Assess patients’ condition during every visit and chart the observations
Perform evaluation tasks, including vital signs and medication review.
Administer medication as prescribed by the patient’s Physician.
Dress or redress open wounds and assess progress of healing and perform the wound care.
Coordinate with Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Physicians and anyone else involved in the patient’s care plan, etc
Live in Care
Live-in care is when a fully trained carer lives with you in your home, supporting with your day-to-day needs and even being on call overnight. Live-in care is for seniors who need around-the-clock assistance from a caregiver. Assistance is generally non-medical