- Personal Care: Assisting with activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting.
- Medication Management: Ensuring the individual takes their prescribed medications on time and as directed.
- Mobility Assistance: Helping the person move around safely may involve using mobility aids like wheelchairs or walkers.
- Meal Preparation: Preparing nutritious meals according to dietary requirements and preferences.
- Companionship: Providing emotional support, engaging in conversation, and participating in activities with the individual to reduce feelings of loneliness or isolation.
- Light Housekeeping: Keeping the living environment clean and tidy, which may include laundry, dusting, and general organization.
- Transportation: Assisting with transportation to medical appointments, social activities, or other outings.
- Monitoring Health: Keeping an eye on the individual’s health condition and reporting any concerns or changes to the appropriate medical professionals.
- Record-Keeping: Maintaining accurate records of care provided and any observations or incidents during caregiving.
- Respite Care: Providing temporary relief to family members or primary caregivers, allowing them to take a break or tend to other responsibilities.
- Dementia or Alzheimer’s Care: Specialized care for individuals with memory-related conditions may involve memory exercises and providing a safe environment.
- Palliative Care: Caring for individuals with serious illnesses or at the end of life, offering comfort and support.
Job Type: Full Time