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Top 50 Home Health Aid Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Home Health Aid. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Home Health Aid resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.3% of Home Health Aid resumes contained Meal Prep as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Home Health Aid actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Home Health Aid

1. Meal Prep
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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided personal care, cleaning, shopping, meal preparation, transportation, and companionship to older adults in their homes.
  • Provide services based on the specific needs of client including minor housework, food shopping and meal preparation.
  • Provide aid with personal care, housekeeping, laundry meal preparation and small errands for each client.
  • Provided services including: bathing, dressing, oral hygiene, transferring, meal preparation
  • Performed duties such as sanitizing living space, meal preparation, bathing and laundry.
  • Helped with daily tasks such as meal preparation, housekeeping and shopping by request.
  • Home management tasks including housekeeping, meal prep, laundry, shopping and errands.
  • Assisted clients with activities of daily living, house work, and meal preparation.
  • Light house keeping duties such as vacuuming, washing dishes, and meal prep.
  • Assist clients with errands, light housekeeping and meal preparation.
  • Light Housekeeping, errands, and meal preparation.
  • Provide medication reminders, meal preparation and clean-up.
  • Assist with meal preparation and planning.
  • Managed meal preparation for clients.
  • Administered medications, meal preparation, bathing, personal grooming, provided transportation to and from doctors appointments.
  • Helped patients maneuver from one place to another Meal Preparation Make record of care, condition and progress of patient.
  • Escort patients to doctor's appt., Assist with medications and mobility, light housekeeping and meal preparations EXPERIENCE
  • Light cleaning and errands * To assist with personal hygeine * Companion and meal preparation
  • Med reminder Showers and dressing Meal preps Take and record blood pressure
  • Provided customer service Light maintenance of housekeeping Provided Companionship for patients Personal hygiene assistance Meal preparations for clients Assisted with prescriptions

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2. Personal Care
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Here's how Personal Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, cleaning, assisting with bathing, dressing and other personal care duties.
  • Provided routine personal care, such as bathing, dressing, or grooming to elderly persons in their homes.
  • Perform basic home care services including personal care bathing, ambulation, range of motion, and meal preparation.
  • Assist with changing bed linens, doing laundry, house cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Assist residents with activities of daily living and assist Alzheimer and dementia residents with direct personal care.
  • Provide personal care: bathing, toileting, grooming, dressing, and undressing.
  • Provide personal care main objective, and we do meal prep and light housekeeping.
  • Administer bedside and personal care, such as ambulation and personal hygiene assistance.
  • Offered assistance around the home, and personal care as needed.
  • Provided essential personal care, such as bathing, grooming.
  • Provide personal care for residents of facility.
  • Provided daily personal care to patients.
  • Assess their saftey, personal care, and help them achieve independence while they are in their own home.
  • Assisted senior patients in all aspects of personal care Responsible to pick up medications and local transportation to senior residents
  • Assisted elderly gentleman in private home with med reminders Personal care, vital signs, meals, transportation
  • Administer bedside or personal care,such, ambulation or personal hygiene assistance.
  • Assist residents with ADLs in a Personal Care Home.
  • Assisted in personal care of patients Responsible for assessing and logging vital signs Reported any health concerns to supervising nurse
  • Med Cert 1 Personal Care Light Housekeeping

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3. RUN Errands
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Here's how RUN Errands is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assist clients with baths, eating, minor house cleaning, run errands, meal preparation, and companion care.
  • Assist patient with mobility, bathe patient, prepare meals, clean, run errands, socialize with patient
  • Provide companionship, cook daily meals, medication reminder, housekeeping, and run errands.
  • Dust home, run errands, help cook, sweep, mop, assist with medication
  • Run errands for them, cook and clean, also provide companionship.
  • Clean and prepare meals for clients plus run errands for them.
  • Provide house keeping, laundry services and run errands.
  • Take clients to appointments and to run errands.
  • Run errands and do shopping for patients.
  • Run errands and take on escorts to appointments
  • Maintain sanitary conditions and run errands.
  • Wash clothes, cook, clean, run errands, & take care of elderly patients
  • Assist clients with daily needs, clean, cook, and laundry, run errands.
  • Record glucose levels/pass medications /Run errands/physical therapy Make doc appointments/answer phones
  • Assist with ADL for the elderly Assist with medical appointments, run errands and medication
  • Cook clean bathe give meds run errands
  • Assist with daily activities such as: bathing, cooking, cleaning, laundry Run errands Schedule appointments
  • run errands when needed dispense medicine for the resident at the approiate time.
  • Assist with basic needs Run errands Inventory Laundry
  • Assist clients with daily activities Cleaning run errands monitor and obtain vital signs assist with mobility ensure hospice client is comfortable

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4. Laundry Services
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Here's how Laundry Services is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Supported patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services; prepared and served meals and snacks; and ran errands as required.
  • Supported patient by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopped for food and other household requirements; prepared and served meals.
  • Provide housework and laundry services, shopping, preparing and serving meals and snacks.
  • Provide clients light housekeeping and laundry services, grocery shopping, and running errands.
  • Provided home cooked meals, cleaned the facility, and provided laundry services.
  • Provided companionship, light housekeeping duties, transportation, meal preparation and laundry services
  • Facilitated daily acts of living and provided light housekeeping and laundry services.
  • Served daily meals, provided cleaning and laundry services.
  • Support patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services.
  • Perform light housekeeping task and laundry services.
  • Provide laundry services for clients/wash clothes.
  • Provided housekeeping/laundry services, pet care.
  • Provide housekeeping and laundry services.
  • Provide housekeeping, laundry services, shopping for household items as needed, preparing and serving meals and running errands.
  • Prepared meals, performed light cleaning and laundry services Escorted patients to and from appointments.
  • Provide housekeeping and laundry services, shopping for food and other household requirements
  • Assisted patients with light housekeeping and laundry services Prepared and served meals and snacks Assisted patients with their personal care
  • Light housekeeping and laundry services Food shopping, preparing and serving meals Bathing, dressing and grooming
  • Supported patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services assisted patients with doctor appointments monitored patients' health condition housekeeping
  • Monitor patient's condition Provided housekeeping and laundry services Assists patient's Record patient information

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5. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provide effective patient care independently by constantly meeting and interacting with patients.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, and problems to report and discuss observations with a nurse.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems and report to supervisor or manager.
  • Maintained records of patient care, progress, and problems in order to report to case manager.
  • Provided patient care, provided progress reports and problems, and discuss observations with a supervisor.
  • Assist with am and pm patient care, Ran Household Errands, Mild Housekeeping,
  • Document results of patient care and health progress to Supervisor or Case Manager.
  • Group home, worked as Coordinator for patient care with little supervision.
  • Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations and nursing diagnoses.
  • Maintain records of travel, time, and patient care provided.
  • Assist with direct patient care according to RN care plan.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition and progress.
  • Assist patient care as directed by nurse orders.
  • Implemented patient care based on client need.
  • Interacted with departments regarding patient care.
  • Maintain records of patient care.
  • Provided patient care in the home of the client up to 4 clients a day.
  • Evaluated patient care procedural changes for effectiveness.
  • Assessed patients and documented their medical histories Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Clean client's home Provide basic and specific patient care

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6. Companionship
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Here's how Companionship is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Light housekeeping, meal preparation, transportation, companionship
  • Assist clients in home with limited to no mobility with bathing, toileting, preparing food, housekeeping and providing companionship.
  • Accompany clients to doctors' offices and on other trips outside the home, providing transportation, assistance and companionship.
  • Provided companionship and assist client in his ADL, physician visits, socialization, food preparation, and grooming.
  • Assist clients with personal care; light housekeeping; errands; and companionship at their homes.
  • Accompany patient on trips outside the home, providing transportation, assistance, and companionship.
  • Provide companionship while tending to the client's daily needs.
  • Home making, personal care, hospice care, companionship.
  • Provide companionship and give support to residents and their families
  • Provided transportation, assistance and companionship to clients.
  • Provide companionship and warm, nurturing environment.
  • Care for family member during periods of incapacitation, family disruption, providing companionship, personal care, and help.
  • Assist Clients In Home With Activities of Daily Living, Light Housekeeping, Meal Prep & Companionship.
  • Light housekeeping, assisting with showering/dressing, dinner prepare, shopping, companionship/ encouragement,etc
  • Track record of providing conversation and companionship in a respectful manner.
  • Provided transportation to medical appointments and shopping Responsible for medicine reminder and companionship Accompanied walk and elderly recreation center activities
  • Assist patients with taking their medications Provide companionship Answering the phone/taking messages
  • Provide companionship with senior citizens Remind them to take their medication Assisting seniors with household choirs Provide transportation to doctors visits
  • provide patients with companionship -accompany patients to doctors appointments -prepare meals, light house keeping, bathing, dressing and grooming.
  • Assisted with light exercise Make beds and changed linens, as needed Provided medication remainders Companionship

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7. Vital Signs
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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Perform health-care related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the direction of registered nurses and physiotherapists.
  • Performed and recorded vital signs as requested by the physician; and assisted clients with performing range of motion exercises.
  • Obtain and record patient vital signs, and monitor blood glucose levels and administer insulin and needed.
  • Helped with personal hygiene, monitored vital signs, assisted with daily activities of life.
  • Monitored and recorded patients' vital signs: aided with mobility and transportation.
  • Checked patients' vital signs, including pulse, temperature, and respiration.
  • Administered and monitored client's intake of medication; checked vital signs.
  • Checked vital signs and reported any changes whether physical or behavioral.
  • Check patients' vital signs and report any changes to Nurse.
  • Followed nursing procedures when taking vital signs.
  • Assess skin integrity and monitor vital signs.
  • Report and document patient's vital signs.
  • Monitored and recorded patient vital signs.
  • Measured and recorded vital signs.
  • Take and recorded vital signs.
  • Take vital signs as necessary.
  • Assisted with clients personal care activities Monitored clients (vital signs, temperature, respiration, etc.)
  • Take care of people who are disabled, chronically ill or cognitively impaired I take clients vital signs
  • Perform healthcare-related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs.
  • monitor vital signs bedbath NGT feeding foleycath insertion thracheo suctions

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8. Household Chores
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Here's how Household Chores is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Preformed household chores and errands for a couple in their 70's as they dealt with various health and mobility issues.
  • Assist with household chores such as, laundry, dishes, mopping, sweeping, and cleaning of bathroom.
  • Perform a variety of duties including household chores, light cleaning and cooking nutritious meals.
  • Provide care of household chores, such as laundry, cleaning, and running errands.
  • Perform daily household chores, clean, cook, wash clothes, food shopping.
  • Assist elderly individual with household chores, daily transportation, and health care needs
  • Helped elderly with household chores, ran errands, prepared any meals needed
  • Assisted elderly with household chores, daily routines, and daily errands.
  • Job Duties: Client care, Companionship, Transportation, Light household chores
  • Handled household chores, and setting up medical appointments
  • Observe children, cook and do household chores
  • Help clean and maintain household chores
  • Assist client with household chores, assist client with medication, run arrends, assist client to appointments, etc
  • Home Health Care Aide Little Loving's To help clients with their daily hygiene and household chores.
  • Helped patients with household chores Accompanied patients on walks
  • Assist with household chores Personal hygiene Accompany patient to appointments
  • Assisted clients in dressing, bathing and general health duties Prepared meals and took care of all the shopping Completed household chores
  • Assist with patient appointments Conduct daily household chores for patient Conduct daily errands for patient
  • Help patient maintain appropriate hygiene Assist with household chores Accompany patient to doctor appointments
  • help with household chores order meds grocery shopping, cooking bathing

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9. ADL
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Here's how ADL is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Managed a high-volume workload within a deadline-driven environment.
  • Helped her stay independent and strong doing her own ADL's, exercises, and cognitive tasks up until her death.
  • Assist with ADL's, cooking, light housekeeping, errands, laundry and providing comfort measures
  • Monitor and report patient changes, take vital signs, monitor intake and output, ADLS.
  • Assisted patients with ADL's, cooking, cleaning, companionship, med reminders, transportation
  • Assisted clients in their home with ADL, taking vitals and checking sugar levels.
  • Care include assistance with ADL's as well as emotional support.
  • Help clients in ADL's depending on functional level.
  • Monitored Vital signs and assisted with ADL'S.
  • Transport some clients outside the home or just going into the home to help with their ADLs
  • Assist patients with thier daily ADL's including bathing, grooming and personal hygiene.
  • Provided nursing care Maintained safety and ADL's of residents
  • Provided ADL , personal care, community development
  • Care for elderly -Assist with ADL's
  • Assisted clients with their ADLs.
  • home health aid: prepared and served meals, housekeeping, laundry, errands, assisted with ADLs
  • Home Health Aide: prepared and served meals, homemaking, laundry,errands, assisted with ADLs
  • Advanced patient care -Promotion of patient independence -Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL's)
  • assist client with ADL's respite care companionship
  • Help with ADL's Assist with medication Accompany to & from doctors Bathing Roberta was bed bound had to also change her

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10. Daily Living Activities
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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Distributed prescribed medications / prepared nutritious meals / assisted residents in daily living activities / encouraged participation in social events.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities: bathing, showering, toileting, dressing, mouth care, grooming, skincare.
  • Assist with daily living activities, such as bathing, feeding, doctors appointments, errands, exercising and therapy.
  • Assisted patients in their home with daily living activities including but not limited to bathing, meal preparation, feeding.
  • Assist the elderly, convalescents, or persons with disabilities with daily living activities in a care facility.
  • Assisted special needs clients with daily living activities and provided a warm and welcoming experience for clients involved.
  • Bathed, groomed, and assisted patients with daily living activities.
  • Assisted individuals in daily living activities and providing home health care.
  • Assisted patient s with all aspects of daily living activities.
  • Assist elderly and terminally ill patients with daily living activities.
  • Help the elderly or mentally challenge with daily living activities
  • Assisted with daily living activities and light housekeeping.
  • Assisted young mother in daily living activities.
  • Assist with daily living activities.
  • Provided physical support to assist patients to perform daily living activities..
  • Help Patient's with their daily living activities Interact with the patient, make sure patient is feeling good.
  • Assist patients with medicine , vitals signs, and daily living activities.
  • Assist clients with daily living activities * Provide nutritional support * Assist with ambulation and exercise
  • Provided caring companionship to the elderly Provided assistance in daily living activities straight catheterization Lite housekeeping.
  • Assist patients with Daily Living Activities Provide Homecare Assistance Medication Reminders Accompany to doctors visit

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11. Medication Reminders
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Here's how Medication Reminders is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provide companionship, medication reminders, food preparation and protective oversight to seniors.
  • Care including hygiene, mobility and medication reminders.
  • Administer medication and provide medication reminders.
  • Provide medication reminders and appointment reminders.
  • Assisted clients within their home settings with companionship, dressing, cooking, cleaning, and medication reminders.
  • Assisted clients with medication reminders, meal preparation, grooming and dressing, recreational activities and housekeeping.
  • Light house duties, cleaning, laundry, prepare meals, grocery shopping, medication reminders.
  • Specialized in personal care of clients, such as grooming and ADL, and medication reminders.
  • Helped clients with cleaning, cooking, bathing, dressing and medication reminders as needed.
  • Performed medication reminders and kept a clean living environment for the client safety and comfort.
  • Assisted with ADL's, medication reminders, light housekeeping, meal prep.
  • Experienced with medical alerts, respite care, transfer assistance, medication reminders.
  • Provided medication reminders, personal and hygiene care support.
  • Give medication reminders to clients' when needed.
  • Take care of seniors, medication reminders.
  • Provide nutritional assistance following nutritionist s recommendations Communicate medication reminders and supervise care
  • Assisted with activities of daily living, incontinence care, prepared meals, cleaned, medication reminders, and ran errands.
  • Assist clients with daily activities Provide accurate documentation Prepare meals for patient Medication reminders
  • Help take care of clients needs Light housekeeping Medication reminders Personal care Cooking
  • Provide Companionship - Medication reminders - Catheter care - Transfer assistance - Shower experience - light house keeping

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12. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Performed home health care responsibilities to elderly individuals experiencing significant medical issues
  • Provide high-quality patient care as an in-demand per-Diem CNA within surgical, acute-care, rehabilitation, home-health care and nursing-home settings.
  • Provided care of all ages of patients who needs assistance at home with their health care needs, personal.
  • Assist patient with doctors orders of exercise, medication, home care, health care transportation etc.
  • Provided health care tasks such as, personal hygiene, dressing and housekeeping services.
  • Escorted clients to doctor's visits as well as scheduling their health care appointments.
  • Follow the standards and procedures required by the home health care agency.
  • Offer in home health care to senior citizens and people with disabilities.
  • Provide home health care to patients who require 24 hour nursing services.
  • Provided visits for home health care to various clients.
  • Provide health care services in patient's residences.
  • Provide health care in someone's residence.
  • Administer basic health care or medical treatments.
  • Provided quality health care for the elderly.
  • Assist clients with their health care needs
  • Home health care Evaluation of health as well as fitness of patients.
  • home health care to elderly adults in their homes
  • Home Health Care I was voted employee of the month 3 times
  • Provide personal and basic health care Record keeping Housekeeping Planning Assistance
  • Manage all facets of health care for a Parkinson's patient Provide full time in home support Provide occupational therapy support

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13. Bed Linens
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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assist with client oral/personal hygiene, change bed linens, wash clients' laundry, and clean clients' quarters.
  • Assist in changing bed linens, wash and iron patient's garments, and maintain patients quarters clean.
  • Complete the general housekeeping needs that include changing bed linens to maintain cleanliness of client's living quarters.
  • Cared for client by changing bed linens, cleaning and assisting with personal and wound care.
  • Changed bed linens, wash and iron laundry, prepared healthy meals and cleaned clients home.
  • Changed bed linens, clean and assist in keeping room neat and orderly.
  • Provided basic housekeeping services, such as doing laundry and changing bed linens.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing laundry, and cleaning.
  • Changed bed linens, ran errands, directed visitors and answered telephone.
  • Changed bed linens, washed and ironed laundry and cleaned patient quarters.
  • Assisted in bathing, grooming, and changing bed linens.
  • Change bed linens and maintain patient room clean and safe.
  • Changed bed linens and did some light laundry for clients.
  • Tidy up the apartment and change soiled bed linens.
  • Changed bed linens and collected soiled linens for cleaning.
  • Change bed linens and perform light housekeeping duties.
  • Change bed linens or make beds.
  • Change bed linens, make bed, and clean patients' room.
  • Care for clients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry,cleaning ans assisting with their personal care.
  • Change bed linens, wash and iron Prepare and serve healthy and nutritious meals.

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14. Doctor Appointments
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Here's how Doctor Appointments is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assisted client to doctor appointments and administered general medications.
  • Assisted the elderly with daily living eating, cooking, bathing, running errands, going doctor appointments and grocery shopping.
  • Accompanied to doctor appointments, Ran errands, Assisted with getting dressed, and Talked to them
  • Light housekeeping, grocery shopping, driving clients to doctor appointments and being a companion.
  • Provide escort services to clients doctor appointments, grocery shopping and any errands.
  • Assist clients with daily living and errands to doctor appointments and ext.
  • Assist with community excursions, and with doctor appointments, when necessary.
  • Transported clients to and from doctor appointments, stores, and therapy.
  • Assist with personal needs and transport clients to doctor appointments.
  • Provide transportation to doctor appointments, outside activities and shopping.
  • Accompany clients to doctor appointments and distributed medicine to clients.
  • Arranged and transported patient to and from doctor appointments.
  • Accompanied client to doctor appointments and therapy sessions.
  • Accompanied to social events and doctor appointments.
  • Schedule and attend doctor appointments with clients.
  • Run errands like doctor appointments & grocery store
  • Accompany patient to doctor appointments.
  • Shower, personal care, light housekeeping,shopping... take them to doctor appointments....
  • Accompany residents to doctor appointments Maintain a clean and safe place for patients Assist residents with all aspects of daily living
  • Provided transportation to doctor appointments * Prepared and served meals daily * Changed bed linens

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15. Medical Appointments
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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Transport and accompany patient to medical appointments and community activities.
  • Escort participants to medical appointments and provide personalized support.
  • Scheduled and accompanied clients to medical appointments.
  • Assist in medical appointments and medication reminders.
  • Accompany patient to medical appointments.
  • Transported patient to medical appointments.
  • Coordinated client's medical appointments and treatments with six physicians.
  • Accompany client to personal and medical appointments and errands.
  • Light house cleaning, provide transportation to medical appointments.
  • Escort clients to community activities and medical appointments.
  • Escorted patients to and from medical appointments.
  • Attended medical appointments with client and dispensed medications Responsible for charting of medications and refill requests
  • Prepared meals, and provided transportation to medical appointments Shopped and maintained prescriptions daily
  • Provide assistance with transportation for Medical appointments, light cleaning, And assist with light house work and laundry.
  • Assisted the patients in outside traveling such a medical appointments, documentation care and emotional care.
  • Take care of elderly in their homes Assist with ADL, errands and medical appointments
  • Assist clients with personal and household duties Accompany clients to medical appointments Responsible for documenting each visit to ensure proper care
  • Prepared healthy meals based on dietary requirements Escorted patient to and from medical appointments Assisted with daily cleaning and hygiene
  • Assist with activities of daily living * Accompany residents on medical appointments * Provide companionship
  • Payed Bills * Facilitated Banking * Ran all Errands * Also all Medical Appointments and more.

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Here's how Dementia is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Updated job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities to include dementia training.
  • Worked in a private home care setting for an elderly couple, one having dementia.
  • Worked directly with client whom had dementia and his wife who lived with him.
  • Provided all personal care to clients with late stage Dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Provided around the clock care and support to a client with late stage dementia.
  • Help residents with Dementia and perform regular day to day activities.
  • Provided in-home care to an elderly male patient suffering from dementia.
  • Home Health Aid to elderly lade with dementia and physical limitations.
  • Help elderly with dementia with daily living and provide companionship.
  • Cared for a 60 year old male with dementia.
  • Provide full care for patient with stage 4 dementia.
  • Assist dementia residents with everyday care and needs
  • Work with Alzheimer and Dementia patients.
  • Cared for patients with dementia (including azheimer;s), congestive heart failure, diabetes and hypertension.
  • Provided intermittent care for elderly client with dementia Prepared meals and snacks for her.
  • Shared joint responsibility (along with other staff ) for the care of Residents suffering from cancer, dementia, Alzheimer.
  • Experienced with Alzhermers and Dementia Procedures - Therapeutic range of motion
  • Aided in activities of daily living Provided end of life support Trained new employees Worked extensively with dementia patients
  • assisted living settings (dementia residents) , bathing, adl's, med administration
  • Job Duties: Assisting with activities of daily living Customer service Work with dementia residents

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Complete verification of the healthiness of the patient by examination of body temperature, blood pressure, patient record and signs.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Provided care for elderly patient in her home, administered medications, checked blood pressure & blood sugar levels daily.
  • Perform the routine work and examine the patients like check their pulse rate, blood pressure, give injections etc.
  • Have working knowledge of blood pressure and glucose measuring monitors; and of diabetic care and management.
  • Care of vital signs (temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiratory rate).
  • Checked patients' vital signs such as respiratory, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Identify normal ranges of vital signs; pulse, blood pressure, temperature.
  • Obtain blood pressure readings, pulses and weights of participants and document appropriately.
  • Conducted vital signs for blood pressure, temperature, and blood sugars.
  • Check client's pulse, temperature, blood pressure and respiration.
  • Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration rates.
  • Test and chart patient's vital signs including blood pressure.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Take temperature, pulse, blood pressure and respiration.
  • Obtained blood pressures and heart rates.
  • Cared for clientMonitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse.
  • Monitored of respirations, blood pressure and temperatures.
  • Performed blood pressure readings on patients Assisted with adaptive equipment training and patient education Observed therapist making environmental modifications for safety
  • Monitored elderly/disabled patients Cooked meals and controlled diet Fixed weekly medication, and took blood pressure, and weight

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18. Emotional Support
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  • Provided physical and emotional support and companionship to senior adults in degenerative loss of memory and/or motor functions.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support and adaptation to disability and illness.
  • Provide daily emotional support and stability by providing companionship and conversation.
  • Communicated with patients for assistance with social and emotional support.
  • Provided client with companionship, emotional support and stability.
  • Provided patients with important social and emotional support.
  • Promoted a healthy lifestyle by enforcing wise dietary choices, emotional support, updating knowledge, and accomplishing new requests.
  • Provide patients with emotional support and preparing healthy meals, living independently, or adapting to disability or illness.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support and instruction in areas such as adapting to disability or illness.
  • Help patient and family adapt to a disability or long term illness, including providing emotional support.
  • Provide patient and family with emotional support to cope with the changes due to illness.
  • Communicate with patients to ascertain feelings or need for assistance or social and emotional support.
  • Provided client and family members with emotional support (when required to do so).
  • Accompany patient to appointments or outings and provide emotional support.
  • Provide patients and families with ongoing emotional support as needed.
  • Provide emotional support for patients in hospice care.
  • Provide emotional support and comfort during waking hours.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support.
  • Plan and prepare meals, Provide clients with help moving about, Converse and provide emotional support.
  • maintain patient record, provide emotional support to the patient and family members.

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19. Alzheimer
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  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.
  • Experience working with Dementia/Alzheimer patients*.
  • Worked with Alzheimer's and dementia patients on performing daily activities, including dressing, toileting, and showering.
  • Provide in home companionship/aid services to clients who suffer from a range of illnesses from end stage Alzheimer's.
  • Experienced home care giver with individuals that have dementia, Alzheimer's disease, limited mobility & stroke issues.
  • Cared for 12 residents with Alzheimer's in the Special Care Unit in an Assisted Living Facility.
  • Worked with in-dwelling catheter, incontinent and disoriented patients (Dementia, Alzheimer and Diabetic).
  • Provide high-quality patient care for an Alzheimer's individual in her home.
  • Cared for an elderly, disabled patient diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
  • Experience with dementia, and Alzheimer's populations.
  • Cared for Alzheimer and Dementia Clients.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer's and Paget's disease.
  • Care for clients with nasogastric tubes, wheelchairs, Alzheimer's disease, Cerebral Palsy, chronic pain and mobility problems.
  • cared for the elderly, patient's with Alzheimer's or Dementia Comforted patients, reassurance as well as encouragement.
  • assisted Alzheimer patient with daily task, in addition to performing memory care activities with them.
  • Experience with alzheimer's disease, dementia, and autism.
  • Experience working with clients with alzheimer's.
  • Provided 24/7 care for dementia/alzheimer father.
  • Light housekeeping Meal preparation Medication reminders Alzheimer and Dementia Care
  • Provide care for Alzheimer/Dementia patients Assist with ADL's Perform home management tasks Observe, record and report all changes

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20. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Followed rehabilitation and treatment plans to accelerate patient recovery; minimize pain, discomfort, infections and complications.
  • Developed a system of staff communication that ensured proper implementation of treatment plans and comprehensive patient care.
  • Collected information about conditions and treatment plans from caregivers.
  • Follow individual treatment plans consistently.
  • Gather information from caregivers, nurses, or physicians about patient condition, treatment plans, or appropriate activities.
  • Worked with doctors and nurses staff to make certain home treatment plans and medication were followed appropriately.
  • Assist the PT in the evaluation process and in identifying short-term and long-term goals and treatment plans.
  • Worked with fellow nurses and implemented and participated in individual treatment plans for patients 9patient Care Plans.
  • Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Followed doctor s orders for home treatment plans and administered medications.
  • Managed patients schedules for doctor appointments and at home treatment plans.
  • Modified treatment plans to comply with changes in clients' status.
  • Provided assistance with daily grooming and customized client treatment plans.
  • Followed Nurses orders for home treatment plans.
  • Ensured that treatment plans were followed.
  • Observed for patient's safety awareness Implemented individualized stimulating treatment plans to increase patients' participation in functional living.
  • Partnered with medical management officials to support patient treatment plans Assisted with financial management using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet systems
  • Collaborated with healthcare professionals and outside agencies in the development, implementation, and evaluation of client treatment plans.
  • Served as a liaison between patients and physicians to assist patients in understanding their treatment plans.
  • Evaluate and implement patient directed treatment plans to restore highest level of independence achievable.

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21. Hospice
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Here's how Hospice is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Perform sitter/companionship, light housekeeping, custodial care, hospice support, dressing, hygiene assistance, and medical documentation services.
  • Provided care for Patients with multiple Sclerosis, Strokes and Hospice, terminally ill Patients at their residence.
  • Communicated significant changes regarding client's mental or physical health to family members and hospice staff.
  • Provide services in hospices and other medical facilities to keep clients involved in community activities.
  • Assisted with Activities of Daily Living for a patient on Hospice.
  • Support Hospice in the care of patients who are terminally ill.
  • Provided 24-Hour Care; pain management training through Hospice Agency.
  • Comforted Hospice patients as well as their family's.
  • Worked one year under the supervision of Hospice team.
  • Communicated on the daily with Family and Hospice staff.
  • Provide Palliative care to those in hospice services,
  • Experience with hospice patients and end of life.
  • Assist people in hospices and day programs.
  • Worked with hospice till the end.
  • Provided home health support for hospice, post-surgical and elderly patients and patients with mental and/or physical disabilities.
  • Worked under supervision of Hospice team such as RNs, Physicians, and with other in home attendants.
  • Care would include respite care,hospice care, geriatric home health
  • Worked directly with different homecare agencies providing DME during hospice care.
  • Administered meds under hospice nurse.
  • Provided end of life care to Hospice clients - Assisted with ADL's (i.e.

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22. Oral Medications
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Here's how Oral Medications is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assisted clients in the self-administration of prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician or home care registered professional nurse.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications, checked pulses, temperature and respiration and directed patients in simple prescribed exercises.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician and ensured patient took their medication.
  • Changed dressings and administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician and plan of care.
  • Helped patients by administering oral medications and changed simple bandages.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of doctor.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications as directed by physician.
  • Delivered and administered daily doses of oral medications
  • Administered prescribed oral medications, changed dressings.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications, directed patients in simple prescribed exercises and in the use of braces and artificial limbs.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of a registered nurse as well as checking vital signs.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician or as directed by home care nurse and aide
  • Administered oral medications under doctors orders or under the direction of nurse.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of a physician.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, to ensure patients take as prescribed.
  • Assisted with oral medications and reminded patient to take medications.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications as directed by home care nurse.
  • Administer oral medications and daily patient care.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications under direction of physician Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications, under the wrien direction of physician or as directed by legal guardian

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23. Personal Services
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  • Maintained cleanliness in home, to cook and serve meals and to render personal services to clients, assisted in A.D.L.
  • Enabled patients to stay in their homes by monitoring and recording patient condition provided support and personal services; teaching families.
  • Assisted patient by providing personal services such as; preparing meals, feeding, dressing, and grooming.
  • Assist clients by proving personal services, such as, bathing, dressing, grooming, etc.
  • Provided support and personal services that enabled patients to maintain a healthy and fulfilled quality of life.
  • Assist patients in their home by monitoring and recording patients condition providing support and personal services
  • Provide supportive and personal services for the clients with consideration of dignity and privacy.
  • Assisted patients with personal services, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
  • Assisted patients by providing personal services, such bathing, dressing and grooming.
  • Provided personal services, such as, bathing, dressing, and grooming.
  • Assist patients by providing personal services with activities of daily living.
  • Provided support and personal services to the patient and the family.
  • Assisted patient's by providing personal services and daily activities.
  • Provided Support and Personal Services to Elderly Client
  • Provide support with personal services.
  • Provided emotional support to independent elderly woman * Performed various personal services for the individual
  • Provided housekeeping Prepared and served food Assisted patients by providing personal services such as bathing, dressing, and grooming
  • Assist patients by providing personal services,such as, bathing,dressing,and grooming.
  • Light housekeeping and meal preparation Personal services,such as diaper change, bathing,dressing.
  • Still here Assist Patients by providing personal services Checking vital signs Scheduling appointments

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24. Physical Therapy
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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Administered and supervised physical exercises, occupational therapy, physical therapy, vision therapy and learning enhancement.
  • Arranged personal home care including housekeeping, physical therapy, and occupational therapy.
  • Worked on exercises as assigned by a physical therapist or physical therapy assistant.
  • Assisted in physical therapy and accompanied patients to medical appointments.
  • Perform prescribed exercises and other physical therapy.
  • Take patients to doctor appointments and assisted with physical therapy * Vitals and day to day logging in journals.
  • Schedule home visits for physician assistants, home health care nurses, and weekly physical therapy sessions.
  • Supplied a means of transportation to doctor s appointments, physical therapy, and errands.
  • Provide direct nursing care to client with cerebral palsy and provide physical therapy.
  • Assisted with the planning and implementation of patient's physical therapy.
  • Assisted Consumers with Physical Therapy, Feeding, Toileting.
  • Provided light physical therapy by moving joints.
  • Home health care, physical therapy
  • Maintain patient records, medical conditions, progress notes, and dietary restrictions Assist patients with prescribed exercises and physical therapy.
  • Assisted the patients in performing physical therapy exercises and and with administering medication based on doctor's orders.
  • Maintained organization of home * Provided daily meals and activities, doctors visits, errands, physical therapy
  • Escort on appointments (hair salon, physical therapy, etc.
  • Helped facilitate the care of elderly residents Helped with physical therapy Assisted residents with daily living
  • Prepared meals and completed household chores Aided with bathing, physical therapy, and transportation Scheduled appointments Maintained all financial issues
  • Worked with patients on physical therapy, bathing .As houseman duties were cleaning waxing floors on a daily basis

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25. Oral Hygiene
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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provide direct patient care through bathing, oral hygiene assistance, personal care, pain management, and safe environment maintenance.
  • Assisted patient with personal hygiene and grooming, including oral hygiene and denture care as well as dressing and undressing.
  • Assist with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, oral hygiene, eating and walking.
  • Performed personal care including hair care, oral hygiene, bathing, grooming, and dressing.
  • Prepared meals, bathing, toileting, feeding, oral hygiene, transferring, and positioning.
  • Assisted patients with ambulation, bathing, skincare, oral hygiene, dressing and toileting.
  • Assisted with bathing, oral hygiene; assisted in daily exercise routine and activities.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Assist residents with bathing, grooming, oral hygiene, and dressing.
  • Provide personal care including baths back rubs oral hygiene and shampoos.
  • Assisted patients with bating and oral hygiene.
  • Help to maintain oral hygiene.
  • assist with personal care such as bathing, grooming, and oral hygiene help with exercise and walking also encourage independence.
  • Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feedings Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Provide support with daily activities, such as: o Bathing, food preparation, dressing, oral hygiene.
  • Home care for Autistic adult Assisted patient with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Monitored patient's medication when needed Provided assistance with personal care, oral hygiene and grooming
  • Provided personal hygiene (Showering, Incontinence care, Oral hygiene, Haircare).
  • Assisted patients with dressing, bathing, oral hygiene and related personal care.
  • Assist with bath Assist with oral hygiene Assist with hair care Assist clients dressing Safe lifting and repositioning of clients

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26. Mental Health
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  • Provided companionship and entertaining activities for mental health.
  • Provided hands-on care to patients in a variety of settings, including hospitals, nursing homes, and mental health facilities.
  • Evaluated the mental health and risk status of patients whose lived experience included severe mental illness and substance abuse recovery.
  • Intervene when behavioral crisis arise with individuals of various mental health diagnosis to make sure appropriate care is given.
  • Provided assistance in daily living skills to individuals with mental health and physical disabilities in a group home.
  • Preformed basic housekeeping duties, assist with medication, transportation to appointments and outings in a mental health setting
  • Provided nursing care to a variety of clients with physical and mental health needs in their home.
  • Engaged patients in activities such as reading and playing games to stimulate mental health and alertness.
  • Monitored and documented daily changes to both physical and mental health to report to Medicaid.
  • Monitored behavioral mental health clients and made sure their basic needs were all met.
  • Reported any variation in client's physical or mental health to care manager.
  • Work one on one with student with behavioral and mental health needs.
  • Provided direct care supports to clients with physical and/or mental health disabilities.
  • Monitored behavior, mental health, equipment, and home of clients.
  • Frequent administrative duties: reporting changes in clients mental health.
  • Entertained patients to maintain mental health and alertness.
  • Be in good physical and mental health.
  • Prepared and maintained records of client development Reported any variation in client s physical or mental health to care manager.
  • Assist mental health clients with daily living skills Contact # (727) 902- 7162 - Fernando Maynor
  • Eagle's Nest Foster Care Task management Resident advocate Patient caregiver Certifications/ Licensures LLBSW Mental Health First Aid

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27. Safe Environment
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  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment including reporting any strange or abnormal situations to the supervising staff.
  • Hired to establish and maintain, nurturing and safe environment for in house child care.
  • Removed hazards and developed appropriate boundaries and rules to created a safe environment for children.
  • Provide in-home care; assist with ADL s and maintain a clean and safe environment.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment, performed household chores and provided transportation to/from appointments.
  • Provided a comfortable & safe environment for the client's individual's needs.
  • Maintained a safe environment for children and prepared for monthly home safety inspection.
  • Maintained a safe environment for both patient and self.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for the clients.
  • Maintain a safe environment within the client's residence.
  • Promoted a clean and safe environment for clients.
  • Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Cooked appetizing and satisfying meals and snacks Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Assisted clients with daily living skills Maintained a safe environment for clients
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment for all patients.
  • Assisted patients with personal care Accompanied patients to Doctor visit's Maintained a clean and safe environment for the patients
  • care needs ( bathing, exercising, meal preparation), maintaining a safe environment and light.
  • Home Health Aide Maintained a clean and safe environment for patients'.
  • Travel to clients homes Assist with house duties Help maintain safe environment Help cover additional shifts
  • Provide care for patien/client Maintain a clean and safe environment Accompany clients to medical appointments

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28. Hoyer
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Here's how Hoyer is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Administered bedside, and personal care, such as ambulation with hoyer lift, bowel management, and personal hygiene assistance.
  • Performed GI tube feedings, operation of ventilator, Hoyer lifts, and utilization of I-Gaze.
  • Assist with transfers including use of cane, walker, wheelchair and Hoyer lift.
  • Assist with transfers, utilizing mechanical equipment, and Hoyer lifts when applicable.
  • Assist in activities of daily living, use hoyer lift, assist in bathing
  • Trained, experience using wheel chairs, walkers, hoyer lifts and transfers.
  • Used Hoyer lift to transport her from the bed to her wheelchair.
  • Transfer patients into and out of bed using Hoyer Lift.
  • Maintain daily logs and train staff on hoyer lift.
  • Trained in Hoyer lifts and Colostomy bags.
  • Transfer residents using hoyer lift.
  • Have Knowledge using a hoyer.
  • Bed bath, Stand & pivot, Transfers, slidding board, hoyer lift, assist with medication feeding cooking & cleaning
  • Cleaned, cooked, transfered patients, used hoyer lifts, feeding tubes, took care of special needs patients.
  • Assist with ambulation and transfers to and from the bed, chair and wheelchair manually and with Hoyer lift.
  • Transported patients from wheelchair to bed and vice versa by hand and using the Hoyer Lift.
  • Assist resident with ROM, bathing feeding, transfer with hoyer lft and wheelchair.
  • Provided companionship,light cleaning,meal preparation,incontinence care and personal hygiene care using Hoyer lift when needed.
  • Perform light house work Provide bed baths Transfer client from bed to wheel chair with assistance of lift Utilize hoyer lift
  • Light house keeping Hoyer lift Daily living activities Meal prep Bathing Bed Bathing

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29. Dietary Requirements
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Here's how Dietary Requirements is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Maintained a safe, secure, and healthy patient environment; maintaining security precautions; following prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards
  • Created interesting nutritional choices to increase the desirability of daily dietary requirements.
  • Provided care for disabled patients and ensured their daily dietary requirements.
  • Maintained security precautions; followed prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards
  • Planned and prepared nutritious meals according to dietary requirements.
  • Follow prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards.
  • Prepared meals according to dietary requirements.
  • Provide nutritious meals by following prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards; preparing, cooking, and serving meals and snacks.
  • Worked with senior population as a companion and care giver * Prepared meals with specific dietary requirements * Light housekeeping
  • Planned and prepared meals according to specific dietary requirements of the clients.
  • Prepare meals, followed by a prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards.
  • Complete daily vital signs, follow prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards.
  • Monitor clients' nutrition and ensure meals comply with daily dietary requirements.
  • Organized, purchased and prepared patients meals to meet dietary requirements.
  • Assisted with patient's personal hygiene and dietary requirements.
  • Prepared daily meals and met special dietary requirements.
  • Prepared food trays based on dietary requirements.
  • Prepare food and dietary requirements.
  • Prepared meals according to specific dietary requirements and restriction basic ADL's
  • Maintain security precautions and following prescribed dietary requirements Skills Used Listening Talking Typing Teaching Observational

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Here's how CPR is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Med passer, CPR trained, trained on restraints TB tested, safety trained, VAN DRIVER
  • Certified first aid and CPR enabled me to anticipate end of life situations and final care.
  • Respond quickly to emergency situations by employing first aid and CPR practices.
  • Performed first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) when required.
  • Researched and scheduled First Aid/CPR training and class photo day.
  • Experienced Caregiver with CPR and First Aid certifications.
  • Carried current CPR and First Aid cards.
  • Certified in CPR and Home Health Care
  • Completed CPR and First Aide Certification
  • Certified by the American Red Cross in CPR & First Aid; ID: GQE3O6, Expires: 06/29/2017
  • Certified in Home Health Aide, CPR and First Aid.
  • Job Related Skills CPR Certification, February 2012 CNA Certificate, April 2012
  • Attended annual recertification's in CPR, first aide, OSHA.
  • Maintained all confidential personnel files, licensing and CPR compliance records.
  • Light House Cleaning Take Vital Signs, CPR Certified.
  • Red Cross Certified in CPR Certified Home Health Aid
  • Certified in BLS/CPR for Healthcare providers.
  • Coordinated age appropriate activities for children First Aid, Adult/Child CPR Certified Red Cross Certified
  • Light housekeeping - Laundry **CPR CERTIFIED**
  • Home Health Care Provider Provider Care for the Elderly CPR Certified Monitors patients by observing physical and mental condition.

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31. Daily Needs
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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assisted daily needs, personal hygiene, transfers, mobility assistance, range of motion, and all other needed care.
  • Assisted clients with daily needs such as: walking, getting dressed, hygiene, preparing meals and washing laundry
  • Assisted with daily needs including exercise, personal hygiene, transportation, medical and physical therapy appointments.
  • Cane for the disabled and the elderly in their home making sure their daily needs are met
  • Treated client with dignity, respect and compassion while assisting with all her daily needs.
  • Attended to the daily needs of my mother, in her fight with cancer.
  • Assisted residents with daily needs * Trained new employees * Improved residents quality of life
  • Light housekeeping and errand running attending to daily needs and including giving medicine daily.
  • Assisted client with daily needs involving hygiene, exercises and providing home meals.
  • Follow clients care plan to ensure all the clients daily needs are met.
  • Helped to assist the elderly with daily needs such as personal hygiene.
  • Assist patients with daily needs including health, hygiene & nutritional needs.
  • Assist Ms. Robinson with her daily needs, Driving to appointments.
  • Assist with feeding and walking and daily needs
  • Helped patients with their daily needs.
  • Assist client with daily needs.
  • Assist clients with their daily needs Serving as a companion to a person in need
  • Assist residents with daily needs and responsibilities while maintaining their independence.
  • Assist Mr. & Mrs. Seung Lyu with daily needs, taking schedule Medications.
  • Care giver Aided in daily needs of alzheimer patients

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32. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Observed and reported any changes in symptoms and behaviors to charge nurse for patient data entry and record keeping.
  • Report all observed or allegations of resident abuse to the Charge Nurse immediately consistent with policy and procedure.
  • Reported to the charge nurse if there was a concern regarding the client's health and well being.
  • Get clarification from charge nurse if concerns or PRN s are needed, and document in MAR.
  • Ensured adequate hydration and nutrition of resident; reports deviations from norm to the Charge Nurse promptly.
  • Reported all changes in residents conditions and allegations of client abuse to the charge nurse on duty.
  • Recorded and reported all patients' condition, care, progress and problems to charge nurse.
  • Performed vital signs, answered phones, faxed papers to physicians and reported to charge nurse.
  • Observe for changes in condition, mood and behavior report to charge nurse in timely manner
  • Identified changes in health status, promptly reporting concerns to charge nurse of the agency.
  • Attend physician appointments with clients and provide feedback information to charge nurse.
  • Reported and documented any changes or behaviors to the charge nurse.
  • Communicated these recordings to other Registered Nursing staff and Charge Nurses.
  • Notified charge nurse of unavailable or low stocks of required supplies.
  • Reported important information to the charge nurse about residents.
  • Provide charge nurse with concise and accurate reports.
  • Reported change in condition to Charge Nurse.
  • Assist charge nurse with wound dressing.
  • Performed all task which was delegated to me by the charge nurse Take patients out on appointment.
  • Inform charge nurse if emergencies arise and handle appropriately in a professionally matter.

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33. Daily Care
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Here's how Daily Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Offered companion care those clients that already had daily care but needed someone to make sure they didn t hurt themselves.
  • Provide and assist clients with daily care such as bathing, grooming, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and documentation.
  • Provided daily care and companionship to patients in need of assistance while managing the daily activities and responsibilities of patients.
  • Help residents with daily care tasks including but not limited to bathing, cleaning, dressing, transporting, etc.
  • Assisted home nurse and performed myself all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding and dressing.
  • Assisted elderly clients in their homes, performing daily care plan needs required by the health care facility.
  • Performed post op care, assisted with physical therapy, daily care and activities, light housekeeping and cooking
  • Assisted patients in daily care to include caring, feeding, bathing and other medical assistance.
  • Provided 24-hour daily care to my mother after suffering a massive stroke until death.
  • Record daily care notes, Report significant client changes.
  • Educate patients and family regarding their daily care.
  • Use computer system to document daily care given.
  • Assist with daily care and personal hygiene.
  • Perform daily care for clients.
  • Assisted client with all aspects of daily care, including bathing, feeding dressing, ambulation, transporting and incontinence care.
  • Home Health Aid - Provided health care and assessed patients, daily care, medical needs and personal hygiene.
  • Assisted dementia patient with daily care Assisted patient with diabetes, and cancer.
  • Assist a 19 year old female diagnosed with muscular dystrophy with daily care.
  • Cook meals, Laundry, Daily care of clients Home Health Care Provider
  • Assisted with daily care needs Provided daily exercise Assisted with medical appointments as needed

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34. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Participated in training on advanced documentation of patient care and daily activity including communication with families regarding these items.
  • Maintained impeccable documentation of incident reports, medication management, personal care, and doctor-patient-family communication.
  • Displayed outstanding communication skills and compassionate care when performing hygiene procedures.
  • Provided empathetic communication to dementia patient.
  • Provide clients with communication assistance.
  • Established rapport and provided quality care accomplished with face to face communication and knowledge of my duties as a care giver.
  • Performed timely and accurate documentation with regular communication with nursing, OT, speech, social workers and medical doctors.
  • Demonstrated effective communication skill during patient care, especially when speaking with family, Doctors, and third- party providers.
  • Help children reach their full potential from infancy through kindergarten while maintaining positive and open communication lines with their parents.
  • Provide loving companionship with client, and maintain strong dialog with the family through excellent communication with Clients' family.
  • Work on completing life skills independently such as dressing, grooming, and communication as well as provide supervision.
  • Provide clients with communication assistance, typing their correspondence and obtaining information for them.
  • Exhibited compassionate care and communication with regard to issues of death and dying.
  • Maintained open communication with family members, doctors and other staff.
  • Comfort care and communication skills with families.
  • Utilized electronic technology for effective communication between patients and organizational management.
  • Assist client with personal care, basic medical care, light housekeeping duties Communication, emotional support, understanding
  • Demonstrated clear written and oral communications skills when working with health care professionals, patients and caregivers.
  • Maintained open communication between family and healthcare professionals regarding medical and emotional condition.
  • Maintain good attendance Following HIPPA laws Non ambulatory medical care Transportation Maintain Communication with health care officials and family Light housekeeping Companionship

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35. Medication Administration
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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Protected patient by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols, medication administration and storage procedures, and controlled substance regulations.
  • Provide in-home care for 6 elderly patients including client transportation, medication administration and perform daily household functions.
  • Provided basic medical treatments and assisted with medication administration as directed by established patient care plans.
  • Assisted and encouraged client to comply with prescribed treatment plan and medication administration.
  • Assisted with restroom and incontinence care Medication Administration Record.
  • Assisted and reminded clients about medication administration.
  • Assisted client with medication administration.
  • Full body transfers, medication administration, and housework for a terminally ill client living at his home with his wife.
  • Assisted clients with completing their activities of daily living, light housekeeping, meal preparations, and medication administration.
  • Assist client with daily cares such as, medication administration, bathing, feeding, shopping and household cleaning.
  • Assisted with daily living skills including: bathing, medication administration, checking of vital signs, etc.
  • Assist patients with ADL's and Medication Administration, as well light duty housework and cooking.
  • Assisted client with co-morbidities with activities of daily living, including medication administration.
  • Assist patients' with ADLs, light housekeeping, take patients to appointments, and medication administration
  • Provided excellent patient care and companionship Assisted with medication administration Performed ADL'S
  • Provide ADLs for adults with developmental disabilities Nurse delegated: medication administration
  • Performed dressing changes, medication administration, tube feedings, physical therapy and social integration.
  • Provide transportation for individuals with disabilities Medication administration Companionship for individuals with physical and mental disabilities Direct Support Professional
  • Range of motion if needed Dressing needs Medication administration Daily progress notes
  • EXPERIENCE Assisted Living Care Giver 2010 2/2012 Vital Signs & Measurements Medication Administration Hygiene Care,Ambulatory Care and Personal Care

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36. Skin Care
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Here's how Skin Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Help patients with personal care and grooming, including bathing, dressing, toileting, hair care and skin care.
  • Light housekeeping, preparing meals, being a companion, oral care, personal hygiene as well as skin care.
  • Assisted with showers, hair and skin care, meal prep, toilet assist, clean kitchen/bathroom, and laundry.
  • Job Duties: assist patients with daily activities with such as grooming, bathing, and skin care.
  • Assist nurse with bathing, hand and foot care, mouth care, elimination, skin care.
  • Assist with bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, skin care necessary for personal hygiene.
  • Provided assistance with actives of daily living such as: bathing, dressing, skin care.
  • Helped with medication as specified on plan of care and routine skin care.
  • Performed bathing, dressing, range of motion exercises and skin care.
  • Provide wound care when necessary including changing dressings and skin care.
  • Educated patient and family members on proper hygiene and skin care.
  • Perform skin care as needed, change patient as needed.
  • Administered medication, changed bandages, and provided skin care.
  • Assist clients bathing, skin care and dressing.
  • Assist with post-surgical skin care, dressings.
  • Skin care to maintain the health of the skin.
  • Provided nail, hair, and skin care.
  • Assist with ADLs, medication, skin care, bladder and bowel management, physical therapy exercises.
  • Provide skin care Massage limbs.
  • Assisted with bathing, shampooing, dressing, skin care Prepared meals Provided light cleaning Assisted with grocery shopping Carried out laundry

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37. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided overnight supervision and companionship for special needs clients.
  • Provided compassionate and efficient PCA services to client with special needs, including intervention for behavior, breathing and relaxing exercises.
  • Provide assistance to clients with special needs such as administering medication, health, safety and routine living skills.
  • Perform daily duties to at-home residents, that are recovering or living with special needs.
  • Dispatch, scheduling, filing paperwork Money management Working with special needs clients.
  • Provided childcare independently for a special needs family in Columbus beginning in 2007.
  • Provided care for patients with special needs and assisted with restoring activities.
  • Assisted special needs children and their families with day to day functions.
  • Care for clients with special needs or disability do errands wash feed clean
  • Handle variety of Heath Care Patients at home attending to special needs.
  • Redirect behaviors in clients with special needs, to promote social independence
  • Have been supporting my ex-wife with our special needs son.
  • Accommodate and adjust to the individual special needs.
  • Provided care for children with special needs.
  • Assist individuals with special needs.
  • Assisted with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) for an 11 yr. old girl with special needs.
  • Care for children and their special needs Facilitate office needs: filing, faxing, and computer needs
  • Sole care giver of special needs child at patients home.
  • Cared for adult special needs male -Provided comfortable clean living environment for client -Assisted in daily activities that promote growth & development
  • Help a student with special needs * Help the students with their education * Make sure students are following school rules

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38. Independent Living
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Here's how Independent Living is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Care for individuals making their transition from residential living to independent living.
  • Worked with patients on safety for independent living
  • Educated patients and families about infant care, preparation of healthy meals, independent living and adaptation to disability or illness.
  • Provide care to elderly individuals in the skilled nursing, assisted living, independent living, and dementia units.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support and instruction in areas such as preparing healthy meals, independent living.
  • Assist with clients daily living skills and encourage independent living skills corresponding with client's ability to complete.
  • Prepare healthy meals three times a day; promote independent living skills, and adaptation to disability or illness
  • Provide help with bathing, cooking, we also provide wound care, and assist with independent living.
  • Educate and assist the family in maintaining the maximum level independent living in safe environment.
  • Create activities and daily routines for each client to allow a regaining of independent living.
  • Help patients with independent living skills, and personal care assistance.
  • Monitored patient's safety while promoting independent living and life skills.
  • Helped clients maintain independent living with personal care assistance.
  • Helped clients to maintain their independent living status.
  • Integrated client into the community and independent living.
  • Assist elders in maintaining independent living at home.
  • Train clients on independent living skills.
  • Performed daily activities to allow patients to continue independent living Prepared case plans based on individual needs Performed light housekeeping including errands
  • Assisted individals with completing independent living skills * Support with completing daily hygiene skills.
  • Assist the sickly with independent living Prepare meals Clean homes

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39. CNA
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Here's how CNA is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Practiced basic CNA skills and developed therapeutic relationships.
  • Performed a variety of tasks including nursing assessments, assigning/scheduling CNA's to clients, staff education, and quality assurance.
  • Assist CNA in documenting all changes in vital signs, skin color, behavior, eating habits, etc.
  • Served as RN supervisor for CNA's providing personal care services to clients in their homes.
  • Performed duties of a CNA, as well as cared for clients in their homes.
  • Position: CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) Duties: Observing residents.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).
  • Received resident choice CNA award.
  • Performed the duties of a CNA in the patients home.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as CNA within acute-care, rehabilitation, home-healthcare and nursing-home settings.
  • Reason for Leaving I had just received my CNA license and I wanted to start working with my certification.
  • Exercise CNA duties of caring for geriatric patient suffering from Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Trained and managed 6 CNA employees, scheduled work hours, resolved conflicts, determined salaries.
  • Performed homehealth duties described above and went to various hospitals to perform CNA duties described above.
  • Supervised CNA's for home health care agency Supervisor Gary Burcham (859)288-2888 rehire eligibility
  • House hold suites include: cleaning, and showers Skills Used CNA skills
  • Scheduled CNAs, LPNs, HHAs to various clients' homes.
  • Assist clients with ADOL, Condom caths, bowel eliminating programs/training License: NRCMA-41298 CNA-8926477 CPR
  • Perform ADLs, personal hygiene and palliative care CNA 2011 - 2012 .
  • Field of Interests Retail Housekeeping Animal Care Cashier/Server Cna Customer Service Representative

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40. Daily Living
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Here's how Daily Living is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Evaluated the daily living skills or capacities of physically, developmentally or emotionally disabled clients.
  • Assisted consumers with activities of daily living including transfers and administration of medications.
  • Provided activities of daily living assistance to residents as directed.
  • Worked 8 hours daily to assist client with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and grooming.
  • Provided assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, housekeeping, and errands.
  • Assist the elderly, convalescents, or persons with disabilities with daily living activities at the person's home.
  • Assisted clients with disabilities with daily living activities including bathing, dressing, and preparing small meals.
  • Carried out daily living tasks like personal grooming, feeding, bathing, and toileting.
  • Assist clients with all activities of daily living based on their own care plan and abilities
  • Travel to different homes throughout the area and assist residents with activities of daily living.
  • Assisted individuals with disabilities and other medical challenges in daily living skills.
  • Assist a lady with MS and Parkinson's with daily living
  • Assist elderly couple with appointments and daily living activities.
  • Assisted patients in home environment with daily living activities.
  • Assist clients with daily living activities as needed.
  • Assist in daily living of the senior community.
  • Assisted patient's with daily living.
  • Assisted residents with daily living care, passed meds Coordinating social activities, and meal planning
  • Provide assistance to clients with their daily activities Provide assistance with clients daily living Transportation of clients to appointments General administrative duties
  • Assist client with activities of daily living (meal preparation, toileting, bathing) Administer Medication Transportation of Client Provide Supervision

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41. Daily Tasks
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Here's how Daily Tasks is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Complete daily tasks in consumer homes such as dressing and grooming, food preparation, transferring, & housekeeping duties.
  • Assisted an elderly man to complete daily tasks such as grocery shopping, driving to appointments, and cleaning.
  • Assist elderly disabled in grocery shopping, home cleanliness, exercises, daily tasks, errands.
  • Offer services based on the specific needs of their clients, so their daily tasks vary.
  • Assisted with medication, physical therapy, quality of life, and general daily tasks.
  • Provided ongoing companionship and care as needed based on client's daily tasks and concerns.
  • Assisted patients with daily tasks, such as feeding, bathing and range of motion.
  • Assisted clients with daily tasks, such as personal hygiene, clothing, etc.
  • Help clients with daily tasks of, showering, cooking and cleaning.
  • Assisted senior clients with daily tasks to enhance their quality of life.
  • Assist with eating, showering, mobility, and daily tasks.
  • Assist elderly and disabled with daily tasks.
  • Perform daily tasks with and for clients.
  • Demonstrate competence when completing daily tasks.
  • Worked closely with senior citizens and handi-capable - Assisted patients with daily tasks - Monitored their personal health and wellness
  • assisted the elderly with daily tasks such as personal care, bathing, dressing and preparing meals
  • Home Health Provider Supervised and assisted patient with daily tasks.
  • Assisted elderley and disabled persons with their daily tasks.
  • Assisted multiple clients with all daily tasks including but not limited to bathing, clothing and feeding as necessary .
  • Advanced Caregiver) Maintained and prioritized daily tasks for clients, and projects.

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42. Elderly Clients
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Here's how Elderly Clients is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provide medication reminders to elderly clients.
  • Home Health Aide taking care elderly clients and doing daily chores in home and transportation when need it for the client.
  • Assisted elderly clients with ambulation, errands, driving to appointments, cooking, dishes, cleaning and in personal hygiene.
  • Enabled sick or elderly clients to live independently by assisting him with activities of daily living such as cooking and cleaning.
  • Provide direct personal home care for sick and elderly clients; assisting individuals dealing with chronic diseases and disabilities.
  • Cared for elderly clients with disabilities, prepared meals, bathed, ran errands, companionship, etc.
  • Performed frequent transfers and lifting of elderly clients, in and out of beds, wheelchairs and vehicles.
  • Provided in-home care to elderly clients, the majority of whom were in various stages of dementia.
  • Aided elderly clients in daily activities so they are able to remain in own home
  • Assisted elderly clients with ADL's and housekeeping duties in the home setting.
  • Provided in-home care for elderly clients with limited mobility and other needs
  • Live in home health aide for 2 elderly clients.
  • Provided daily in-home direct care services to elderly clients.
  • Assist elderly clients with day to day activities.
  • Assisted elderly clients with daily living tasks.
  • Supervised elderly clients in their home.
  • Provide care for elderly clients in their home environment Complete daily chores -shopping, cleaning, errands
  • Provided basic care in the home for several disabled elderly clients with multiple comorbidities.
  • Provide care for disabled/elderly clients Promote, teach, and help maintain client's independence Provide companionship and supervision
  • Care and shopping for elderly Help maintain health and wellbeing of elderly clients

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43. Everyday Living
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Here's how Everyday Living is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • House cleaning grocery shopping traveling to and from doctor appointments helping with everyday living
  • Helped clients with everyday living gave them companionship prepared meals
  • Assist patient in conducting everyday living tasks independently.
  • Helped client run errands, drove to physical therapy, helped with everyday living activities such as cleaning and cooking.
  • Helped the elderly with everyday living needs such as passing medications, cleaning homes, cooking, cleaning and shopping.-
  • Assisted the elderly and disabled with everyday living needs, bathing, cooking, cleaning, grooming, etc
  • Assist with everyday living, such as cooking, cleaning, and bathing.
  • Assisted the elderly in their home(s) with everyday living
  • Assisted in everyday living of an infirm and disable patient.
  • Provided care for Dementia patient with everyday living needs.
  • Assist the disabled with their everyday living.
  • Help clients with basic everyday living.
  • Assist clients with everyday living.
  • Assisted patients with everyday living.
  • Assist clients with everyday living, Bath, clothe, feed, clients.
  • Light housekeeing, running errands, assisted with everyday living, companionship, personal needs if needed
  • Assisted a gentlemen with cerebral palsy with his everyday living standards.
  • Assisted elderly with everyday living skills * Assisted with medication * Prepared meals.
  • Assist the elderly and disabled people in everyday living.COOKING, CLEANING,MEDS, SHOPPING, DOCTOR APPOINTMENTS..etc
  • Assist with feeding Prepare food for participants Assist with toileting needs Assisted residents with everyday living

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44. RN
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Here's how RN is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Garnered praise from nursing staff and patients as a result of diligent work, positive communication and quick, accurate productivity.
  • Provided companionship, housekeeping, food prep, health monitoring/charting, overnight watch, hospice care, and palliative care.
  • Assisted her with everything, she had to learn how to walk, talk and eat all over again.
  • Recorded patient information by making entries in the patient journal; notifying supervisor of changing or unusual conditions.
  • Help family members care for patients by teaching ways to lift, turn, and position the patient.
  • Returned on occasion during five different months to assist Vickie Meadows when she was shorthanded.
  • Helped get people up in the morning, cleaned up and ready for the day.
  • Experienced in prioritizing, detailed in timely cleaning of internal and external of the property.
  • Maintain records of patient care and condition, and report concerns to supervisor.
  • Fast learner, and very understanding, kind, and personable person.
  • Assist the student in learning social skills and relating to other preschoolers.
  • Provide care for children ranging in ages from new born to 12yrs.
  • Provide assistance for instructional programs and extend learning into the home environment.
  • Reported anything new or changes to RN.
  • Assisted with medicines and medical concerns.
  • Even though she was my Grandmother I still learned how to interact with the elderly.
  • Turn and reposition bedridden patients, alone or with assistance, to prevent bedsores.
  • Record vitals an In/output Report health and safety concerns to Nurse.
  • Turned and repositioned bed fast clients to prevent bedsores.
  • Chart with Cerner systems and the Meditech systems refill the pyxis evey day every month once a week.

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45. Client Condition
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Here's how Client Condition is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Monitored client condition by observing physical and mental status during everyday routine.
  • Maintained and updated client condition and activity documents as scheduled.
  • Arrange and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to doctors and nurses.
  • Prepare and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager or supervisor.
  • Monitored client condition by observing physical and mental condition(s), intake and output, and exercise.
  • Confer with client's husband about any progress and services performed, reporting changes in client conditions.
  • Report any changes in patient/client condition and needs to the supervisor or head of house hold.
  • Administered personal care, provided personal hygiene assistance and reported changes in client condition to manager.
  • Recognized, documented and reported changes in patient/client condition and safety to clinical staff and family.
  • Analyze information from client and make decisions and problem solve situations related to client condition.
  • Prepare and maintain records to track client conditions, patient progress, and inventory levels.
  • Reported any changes in patient/client condition and needs to the registered nurse or appropriate supervisor.
  • Reported any concerns, and changes of client condition to family member and physician.
  • Complete documentation notes regarding client care and notify supervisor of changes in client condition.
  • Record and report changes in client conditions to manager or supervisor.
  • Maintain proper and accurate records of services provided and client condition.
  • Prepared and maintain records of client condition progress and services performed
  • Communicated with client's doctor and family regarding client condition.
  • Record client condition and changes while on duty.
  • Assist client with activities of daily living, housekeeping, laundry, report changes in client condition to field supervisor.

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46. HHA
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Here's how HHA is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Home Health Aides, CHHA- Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, feeding and elimination.
  • Assisted with scheduling doctors appointments and other duties associated with CHHA.
  • Certified HHA assist/care for the Elderly in homes, senior housing
  • Provide patient care in the scope of HHA assignments.
  • Hold my current CNA/PCT/MAT/HHA certifications.
  • Certified Home Health Aid (HHA): Assist client of all ages with daily living tasks.
  • Help at home Folsom CA, 95630 (916) 933- 9050 August 2010- June 2011 Position- HHA
  • Home Health Aide (HHA)
  • Coordinate visits of HHA to patients home Insured all caregivers arrived to pt home on time.
  • Received an HHA an PCA Certification In-Services of Hospice an Aids topic
  • Have HHA Certification in TX, working toward OK certification.)
  • Supervised, hired, oriented HHA,s.
  • Worked full time as HHA Supervisor.
  • Certified Home Health Aide (CHHA) per diem
  • Work as( HHA).
  • Comfort Keepers November,2015 (no cases) Company HHA Cert.
  • SILVER LINING, Home Health Care Inc. Philadelphia, PA 2015-Present HHA, LIVE-IN Daily living support
  • job title- HHA( home health aide)
  • Home Health Aide (HHA) Catholic Community Services Tucson, AZ June 2014-September 2014
  • Provided patient care Certified PCA & HHA Provided help with self-care and everyday task Companionship Medical Care

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47. Food Safety
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Here's how Food Safety is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Total personal care; dispense medications, food preparations, food safety, basic first aid and CPR training.
  • Ensured all employees were following all quality, food safety and GMP policies.

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48. In-Home
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Here's how In-Home is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided highly personalized in-home care for recovering stroke patient.
  • Provided quality and compassionate in-home care to elderly patient.
  • Provided in-home personal care to assisted-living residents.
  • Provide in-home support services for disabled individual.
  • Provided in-home care to patients and assisted with daily activities like dressing, grooming, and, bathing.
  • Provide multiple in-home care, that are non-medical to individuals that need our services.
  • Assisted and collaborated with Hospice staff as a private in-home caregiver for amputee patient.
  • Provide in-home client care assistance with patient's Activities of Daily Living.
  • Spearhead strategy and execution of in-home patient care services.
  • Provide in-home Care and housekeeping services to private individuals.
  • Provide in-home daily living care for elderly clients.
  • Provided basic in-home care and comfort to patients.
  • Provided in-home care to the elderly and/or disabled.
  • Provided in-home care for individuals with traumatic brain or spinal cord injuries Implemented therapies, including ADL's and physical movement therapies
  • Provided in-home care for an individual with Lou Gehrig's disease (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis).
  • Provide in-home healthcare to disabled and senior clients to maintain quality of life and independence.
  • Provided in-home healthcare services to wide range of client's needing specialized medical assistance
  • completed training and in-home site inspection offered by rural county extension service.
  • Provide in-home care and daily living assistance for a disable individuals.
  • Assisted client with care of living in-home Performed care of personal hygiene, basic household chores Communicated with family verbally.

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49. Special Utensils
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Here's how Special Utensils is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Encourage patient self care by teaching the use of a cane, walker, special utensils and personal hygiene equipment.
  • Provided help by teaching patients the use of a cane, walker, and special utensils to eat.
  • Help rehabilitation of patients by teaching them how to use a cane/walker, and special utensils to eat.
  • Helped patients care for themselves by teaching use of cane or walker, and special utensils to eat.
  • Assisted patients with cane or walker; special utensils to eat; special equipment.
  • Cook food and serve her safely with special utensils.
  • Provided support to client for special utensils to eat.
  • Helped patients use cane or walker, special utensils to eat, equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Help with special utensils to eat, special technique and equipment for personal hygiene.

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50. Special Techniques
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Here's how Special Techniques is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Help the patient care more for them by teaching them to use walkers and wheelchairs along with special techniques and equipment.
  • Helped patient care for themselves by assisting them with special utensils to eat, special techniques and equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Help patients care for themselves by teaching use of cane or walker, special techniques and equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Helped patients care for themselves by teaching them special techniques that will keep them safe and equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Provide direction for use of cane, walker, special utensils, special techniques, equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Teach patients to use a cane or walker, and special techniques and equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Helped lift, turn, and re-position the patient using special techniques and equipment.
  • Assisted with special techniques, and equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Instruct patient on special techniques in regards to special utensils for meals, special techniques and equipment for personal hygiene.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Home Health Aid

Meal Prep

22.2%

Personal Care

13.5%

RUN Errands

10.9%

Laundry Services

10.6%

Patient Care

6.8%

Companionship

6.6%

Vital Signs

3.6%

Household Chores

3.3%

ADL

3.2%

Daily Living Activities

2.4%

Medication Reminders

2.4%

Health Care

2.3%

Bed Linens

2.0%

Doctor Appointments

1.8%

Medical Appointments

1.5%

Dementia

1.5%

Blood Pressure

1.4%

Emotional Support

1.4%

Alzheimer

1.3%

Treatment Plans

1.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Home Health Aid

Rank Skill
1 Meal Prep 18.3%
2 Personal Care 11.1%
3 RUN Errands 9.0%
4 Laundry Services 8.8%
5 Patient Care 5.6%
6 Companionship 5.4%
7 Vital Signs 3.0%
8 Household Chores 2.7%
9 ADL 2.7%
10 Daily Living Activities 2.0%
11 Medication Reminders 2.0%
12 Health Care 1.9%
13 Bed Linens 1.7%
14 Doctor Appointments 1.5%
15 Medical Appointments 1.2%
16 Dementia 1.2%
17 Blood Pressure 1.2%
18 Emotional Support 1.1%
19 Alzheimer 1.0%
20 Treatment Plans 1.0%
21 Hospice 1.0%
22 Oral Medications 0.9%
23 Personal Services 0.9%
24 Physical Therapy 0.9%
25 Oral Hygiene 0.8%
26 Mental Health 0.7%
27 Safe Environment 0.7%
28 Hoyer 0.7%
29 Dietary Requirements 0.7%
30 CPR 0.7%
31 Daily Needs 0.7%
32 Charge Nurse 0.7%
33 Daily Care 0.6%
34 Communication 0.6%
35 Medication Administration 0.6%
36 Skin Care 0.5%
37 Special Needs 0.5%
38 Independent Living 0.5%
39 CNA 0.4%
40 Daily Living 0.4%
41 Daily Tasks 0.4%
42 Elderly Clients 0.4%
43 Everyday Living 0.4%
44 RN 0.4%
45 Client Condition 0.4%
46 HHA 0.4%
47 Food Safety 0.4%
48 In-Home 0.4%
49 Special Utensils 0.3%
50 Special Techniques 0.3%
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