Caregiver/Nanny wanted for foster homes and family homes.
Assisting with personal care: bathing and grooming, dressing, toileting, and exercise
Basic food preparation: preparing meals, shopping, housekeeping, laundry, and other errands
General health care: overseeing medication and prescriptions usage, appointment reminders and administering medicine
Mobility assistance: help with getting in and out of a wheelchair, car or shower
Personal supervision: providing constant companionship and general supervision
Transportation: driving to and from activities, running errands, and help getting in and out of wheelchair-accessible vehicle
Emotional support: being a stable companion and supporter in all matters personal, health-related and emotional
Care for the elderly: orienting or grounding someone with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, relaying information from a doctor to family members
Back-up care (or respite) services: providing other caregivers a break
Home organization: help with organizing, packing or cleaning for a trip, or general house care and cleaning
Health monitoring: following a care plan and noticing any changes in the individual’s health, recording and reporting any differences
Excellent verbal and written communication. Among the many CNA skills, strong communication skills are one of the most important. ...
Astute observation skills. ...
Ability to follow set rules and protocol. ...
Time management and organizational skills. ...
Empathy and compassion.
high school diploma or its equivalent