Planning Of Care
Discuss the Needs and Goals.
Ensure safety by addressing Home Hazards.
To allow the client to Age in Place
Adaptability to ensure proper care is in place.
Including Doses & Documentated Intake time.
Likes, Dislikes, hobbies
Hygiene is Important
Including Documentation for tracking.
Including transitioning from shower, toilet, or bed.
Buying, cooking, and storing based off Client's Diet.
With or without the Client.
Caregiver will assist the Client into the vehicle.
Cleanliness of the Home
Sweeping, Mopping, Trash
Bathroom, Dishes, Laundry, Pet Care
Being there for the Client
Ensure well-being of the Client
Puzzles, Games, Drawing, Reading
Personal Correspondence & Memoirs.
Walks, Gardening, Shopping, Range of Motion Exercises.
How to Approach and care for Patients.
Caregivers trained how to treat symptoms of the Disease.
Including pulse, Blood Pressure, and Respirations.
Caregivers trained how to approach, care, and speak to patients and family member.
Allows family or other caregivers a break.