Providing medical and day-to-day care for the elderly, ill, disabled, and other people who aren't able to take care of themselves.
- Providing a warm and welcoming care environment
- Listening to a patient's needs, wants, and other suggestions about their care
- Attending to patient's hygienic needs such as bathing, dressing and undressing, cleaning teeth or dentures, and using the bathroom
- Recording basic health information such as weight, food intake, and daily bowel movements/urination
- Assisting patients with preparing meals, eating, and cleaning up after themselves
- Performing household chores on behalf of the patient such as making the bed, tidying up the bedroom, doing laundry, dusting, sweeping, mopping, etc.
- Assisting with shopping, keeping a detailed financial record of all transactions
- Accompanying patients on approved outings
- Assisting patients with mobility needs (helping them get up, helping them get into a wheelchair or walker, pushing a wheelchair, etc.)
- Reminding patients to take medication according to their doctor's prescription
- Respecting the patients' privacy and rules of confidentiality
- Establishing a relationship with each patient and members of patients' families
- Responding to medical and other emergencies immediately
Skills and Qualifications:
Patience, Attentiveness, Concern, Empathy, Domestic Tasks, Medicine, Listening, Communication, Positive Attitude, Discretion, Punctuality, Friendliness, Writing, Reporting, Preparing Meals, Babysitting, Cleaning, Laundry, Traveling
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