- Help client with personal hygiene, dressing, bathing and other daily tasks.
- Perform basic health care services for client including checking vital signs or administering prescription medication.
- Help with general light housekeeping.
- Make transportation arrangements as needed.
- Work with a nurse, personal care aide, and other caregivers and in-home care professionals.
- Observe and report on patient condition.
- administrating medicine
- transporting her to doctors appointments
- help getting dressed/undressed if needed
- making meals and snacks
- cleaning the house
- making sure she did not take any falls because she is very unstable
- helping with other activities that she couldn’t do by herself
- Provided therapy ( walking, standing, sitting, and eating)
- Obtain glucose readings, administered insulin
- Feeding tubes, (cleaning and feeding)
- Trache care ( cleaning and suctioning)
- Cooking and preparing meals for clients
- Light house keeping ( washing clothes, sweeping, and mopping )
- Running errands for client ( purchasing groceries, paying bills, picking up medication at pharmacy)
care giver / babysitter / house cleaner
- CARE GIVER
- Oversea clients schedules, routines, Dr. Appointments, med intake etc.
- Performed housekeeping duties including cleaning and meal preporation….
- Ensure children are bathed, fed, homework is done (If any) and in bed (If late) prior to parents return from work
- Took children to parks & playground if well behaved
- Clean & organize house whenever necessary
- Assess medical needs. Checking on your senior loved one’s health is an important caregiver responsibility. …
- Prepare a care plan. …
- Assist with basic needs. …
- Provide companionship. …
- Help with housekeeping. …
- Monitor medications. …
- Assess your care plan regularly. …