6a - 6p / M - F
Caregivers assist individuals who have difficulty performing basic day-to-day activities, for example, the elderly, disabled persons, or people suffering from chronic or mental disorders. A Caregiver s duties include assisting with personal care, administering medication, and providing companionship. They work in special care/nursing facilities.
- Following a prescribed healthcare plan, which may include assisting with exercise and administering medication
- Ensuring the client s home is organized according to their needs and that safety measures are in place.
- Providing emotional support and encouragement to perform necessary tasks. Will be interacting, playing games, etc.
- Assisting with personal care, which may include bathroom functions, bathing, grooming, dressing, and eating
- Providing mobility assistance may be required, for example helping the client in and out of bed, a chair, or a wheelchair
- Transporting or escorting the client to medical and other appointments
- Monitoring and reporting changes in health, behavior, and needs
- A professional and friendly attitude
- A willingness to work flexible hours, which may include night shifts
- Job experience and CPR training is a plus