Our Caregivers assist with non-skilled personal care activities that allow seniors and disabled adults to live safe, secure and independently in their own home.
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SOME OF THE ACTIVITIES YOU CAN EXPECT FROM OUR CAREGIVERS
Monitoring and observing the clients condition by observing physical and mental condition, intake and output, and exercise.
Supporting clients by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopping for food; preparing and serving meals and snacks.
Assisting clients by providing personal services, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
May assist with toileting and bowel/bladder management, basic non-medical wound care.
Assisting clients with ambulating, range of motion, supervised walks, supervision and cueing.
Assisting with medication management, appointment scheduling and securing transportation.
Maintaining a safe, secure, and healthy environment by following asepsis standards and procedures
Maintaining security precautions
Following prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards.
If you have a qualifying condition, you may be eligible for services at no expense through the
Office of Long Term Living (OLTL)
Department of Human Services (ODP)