Top 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, 17.3% 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.

The six most common skills found on Home Health Aid resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided service-oriented care to patient, managing housekeeping, laundry and meal preparation.
  • Light housekeeping, meal preparation and medication reminders.
  • Monitor medication schedule, activities, and meal preparation
  • Assist with activities of daily living including: meal preparation, bathing, toileting, dressing, ambulation and medication reminders.
  • Completed household services, including, but not limited to: meal preparation, feeding, laundry, and light housekeeping.
  • Assisted patients in their home with daily living activities including but not limited to bathing, meal preparation, feeding.
  • Provided personal and home care for retired veteran's, including meal preparation, cleaning, laundry, and shopping.
  • Help people with activities of daily living, including bathing and grooming, meal preparation and feeding, and transferring.
  • Worked in multiple client homes assisting clients in hygiene, housekeeping, shopping, medication reminders, and meal preparation.
  • Assist the elderly with daily task like bathing, meal preparation, exercise, companionship and cleaning of their household.
  • Provided assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, meal preparation, housekeeping, and errands.
  • Assist clients with daily living activities, meal prep and serve, bathing and dressing, laundry and cleaning.
  • Assist patients with home care including, but not limited to, showering, meal preparation, dressing, exercises
  • Assist clients with daily life skills including meal preparation, general cleaning, personal hygiene, and financial matters.
  • Provide services based on the specific needs of client including minor housework, food shopping and meal preparation.
  • Cleaned the patient's house, organized as needed, and meal preparation for patients with dietary restrictions.
  • Help assisted with activities of daily living (dressing, grooming, meal preparation and personal hygiene).
  • Give personal care to clients, light housekeeping, meal prep, go to doctor's appointments etc.
  • Assist patients with daily living activities, such as bathing, grooming, meal preparation and light housekeeping.
  • Assisted clients with activities of daily living such as personal care, light housekeeping, and meal preparation.

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2. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Maintained impeccable documentation of incident reports, medication management, personal care, and doctor-patient-family communication.
  • Established rapport and excellent client relationships to provide comfort while administering personal care and designated treatment.
  • Worked cooperatively and independently while providing personal care to patients aged newborn to geriatric.
  • Tend to the needs of patients in there homes/hospital setting with personal care/homemaking/supervising diets
  • Light housekeeping, performing personal care procedures and documenting everything done with patient.
  • Provided personal care necessary for personal hygiene and meal preparation.
  • Assisted patients with personal care and toileting and administered medications.
  • Provided daily personal care for family member until deceased.
  • Demonstrated efficient domestic housekeeping and personal care skills.
  • Provided assistance with personal care and housekeeping.
  • Provided in-home personal care to assisted-living residents.
  • Assist with personal cares and housework/errands
  • Assisted client with personal care, such as toileting, bathing and prepared daily meals as instructed, changed non-sterile dressings.
  • Perform a broad range of services including personal care, purchasing groceries, preparing meals, light housekeeping, and laundry.
  • Assist client with day-to-day activities including but not limited to: personal care, housekeeping, errands, and yard work.
  • Provide personal care services to clients including household duties, meals planning/preparation, hygiene/grooming, respite care, and personal errands.
  • Provided assistance with daily personal care, including bathing, dressing, medications, shopping, cleaning and driving to appointments.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, cleaning, assisting with bathing, dressing and other personal care duties.
  • Provide Residents with meals, support, supervision and some assistance with personal care and living skills as needed.
  • Perform basic home care services including personal care bathing, ambulation, range of motion, and meal preparation.

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3. RUN Errands

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Here's how RUN Errands is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Helped client run errands by facilitating transportation and serving in whatever capacity needed.
  • Prepare meals for residents, run errands in the community, accompany client to doctor's appointments and grocery shopping.
  • General Cleaning duties, meal preparation, running errands, essential correspondence, run errands, doctor visits, etc.
  • Cook, clean, shop, fix household items, computers and cars, run errands, and personal care.
  • Helped client run errands, drove to physical therapy, helped with everyday living activities such as cleaning and cooking.
  • Light house tidying, run errands, doctors appointments, keep log of patients activity, clean and groom patients.
  • Assist clients with baths, eating, minor house cleaning, run errands, meal preparation, and companion care.
  • Take care of patients, customer service, cook there meals take them to run errands give them proper care.
  • Care for patients in their home, run errands, change bed linens, stay overnight at home and hospital.
  • Light housekeeping, meal preparation, run errands, medication reminder, and anything that she may need help with!
  • Wash and pamper elderly * Assist with keeping house hole neat and clean * Shop for groceries and run errands
  • Bathed client, give medication, do laundry, clean apartment, prepare breakfast and lunch, and run errands
  • Take care of clients, light house keeping, run errands for them, help them be more independent.
  • Performed domestic duties, including driving vehicle to run errands, cleaning, cooking meals, and laundry.
  • Go to patient homes assist with daily needs, Run errands, and help out with any cooking/cleaning.
  • Cook, clean, bathe, dispense medicine, run errands, and attend medical appointments when needed.
  • Cook, clean for patient, run errands, and take patient to Dr's appointments when needed.
  • Assist patient with mobility, bathe patient, prepare meals, clean, run errands, socialize with patient
  • Run errands: Go grocery shopping, pay bills, taking her to visit others and her children.
  • Travel to different residents homes and care for their personal needs, run errands, stand by assist.

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4. Laundry Services

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Here's how Laundry Services is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Administered medication and provided housekeeping and laundry services Scheduled and ensured client's transportation to appointments Managed client's finances
  • Monitor Patient Condition mental and physical Housekeeping and Laundry Services Preparing and serving meals Running errands
  • Supported resident by providing housekeeping and laundry services, grocery/personal shopping.
  • Provided housekeeping, meal preparation, medication reminder and laundry services.
  • Provided personal care assistance, and performed housekeeping and laundry services
  • Conducted housekeeping and laundry services.
  • Support client by providing housekeeping and laundry services; prepare and serve meals and snacks as well as giving client medicine.
  • Assisted clients with daily needs such as, cleaning, preparing meals, laundry services, general errands, scheduling appointments.
  • Support patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services, shopping, prepared meals, run errands, doctor appointments, etc.
  • Supported patients by providing housekeeping and laundry services; prepared and served meals and snacks; and ran errands as required.
  • Perform domestic and household tasks including housekeeping, laundry services, shopping for food, preparing and serving meals and snacks.
  • Home Health * Perform a variety of duties as requested by client * Support patient by providing housekeeping and laundry services.
  • Support clients by providing light housekeeping and laundry services; preparing and serving meals and snacks; running errands when needed.
  • Supported clients by providing housekeeping, laundry services, grocery shopping, bill paying, meal preparation, errand running.
  • Support consumers with light housekeeping and laundry services, errands, preparing and serving meals and accompanying consumers to any appointments
  • Assisted clients by providing housekeeping, laundry services, running errands, and preparing and assisting with meals and snacks.
  • Supported patient by providing housekeeping and laundry services, as well as prepared meals and snacks on a daily basis.
  • Assisted patient with housekeeping and laundry services, preparing and serving meals as wells as dressing, bathing and grooming.
  • Provided care for patients by administering medications, assisting with daily living activities and performing cleaning and laundry services.
  • Monitored patients' closely; Provided housekeeping and laundry services; Provided personal care services; Recorded patients' vitals

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5. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care 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.
  • Collaborate in the development of an effective and efficient patient care documentation system including statistical compilation and analysis.
  • Provide effective patient care independently by constantly meeting and interacting with patients.
  • Communicate with family member/ facility/ RN case manager regarding patient care.
  • Maintained patient care records and documented provided services using Microsoft Excel.
  • Followed and prioritized patient care according to individualized care plans
  • Focused on maintaining patient care requirements.
  • Implemented and supported patient care-plan.
  • Experience includes basic patient care including helping with activities of daily living, range of motion, and straight catheter insertion.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress and problems in order to report and discuss observation with family members.
  • Provided patient care for adult (female) in hospice with lung/brain cancer and assisted with meals, hygiene and elimination.
  • Demonstrated effective communication skill during patient care, especially when speaking with family, Doctors, and third- party providers.
  • Direct patient care; Assist Doctors with procedures; Transferred patients to and from day treatments; Charting; Patient Advocate
  • Light housekeeping, cooking, running errands, assisting with dressing and with showers and maintaining a patient care log.
  • Maintained records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems and discussed observations with supervisor or case manager.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, and problems to report and discuss observations with a nurse.
  • Provide high-quality patient care at a personal level for an elderly woman who currently resides in a nursing home.
  • Conduct patient care services ranging from assisting clients with bathing and dressing to light housekeeping duties and meal preparation.
  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, or problems to report and discuss observations with social worker.
  • Handled patient care duties, such as: bathing, dressing, grooming, preparing meals and feeding.

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6. Companionship

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Here's how Companionship is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Perform light housekeeping duties, prepared meals, accompany to/from appointments, grocery shopping, monitoring physical/mental abilities, companionship.
  • Provided physical and emotional support and companionship to senior adults in degenerative loss of memory and/or motor functions.
  • Provided caring companionship to elderly and developmentally disabled patients.experience working in homes with disabled children and adults.
  • Provided companionship, house cleaning, accompanied to eating establishments and shopping whenever necessary.
  • Provided companionship to the elder community residing in private homes and assisted living facilities.
  • Provide companionship, medication reminders, food preparation and protective oversight to seniors.
  • Provided quality companionship and patient care assistance to various patients located throughout Nassau County
  • Help included light housework, meal preparation and medication reminder and companionship.
  • Offered companionship while also ensuring clients maintained and exceptional quality of living.
  • Provided companionship and conversation with the individual to keep them entertained.
  • Provide daily emotional support and stability by providing companionship and conversation.
  • Maintained confidentiality; open communication and providing companionship throughout care.
  • Performed various housekeeping tasks, meal preparation and companionship activities.
  • Transported clients to doctor appointments while providing companionship and understanding.
  • Provided joyful companionship and respite care for family caregivers.
  • Provided overnight supervision and companionship for special needs clients.
  • Provided caring companionship to elderly and developmentally disabled patients.
  • Helped clients with everyday living gave them companionship prepared meals
  • Provided companionship for both elderly adults and handicap children.
  • Provided client with companionship, emotional support and stability.

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7. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Monitored basic vital signs, assisted in wound dressing medications administering.
  • Observed and recorded vital signs, administered medication and maintenance.
  • Monitored medication for patients daily; monitored vital signs.
  • Measured vital signs and administered medications.
  • Monitored vital signs and medication.
  • Assist with activities of daily living chart and take vital signs and weights, Help in monitoring participants transport clients on visits
  • Perform health-care related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the direction of registered nurses and physiotherapists.
  • Assist with daily living task such as making meals with the patient, accompany to doctor appointments and taking vital signs.
  • Assessed vital signs, I&O, skin condition, and level of pain for comprehensive reports to Hospice RN.
  • Maintained daily log book of all care and activities for each day to include recording vital signs and medicines dispensed.
  • Monitored and recorded vital signs, daily intake and output, and weights; notified case manager of abnormal results.
  • Check patients' vital signs, maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, and report to manager.
  • Performed and recorded vital signs as requested by the physician; and assisted clients with performing range of motion exercises.
  • Obtained vital signs; and assisted patients after incontinent episodes and reported changes in patients' condition to medical staff.
  • Cleaned homes of elderly residents while providing superior care by distributing medications, taking vital signs, and cooking meals.
  • Record and maintain patient information, such as vital signs, eating habits, behavior, and progress notes.
  • Monitored vital signs, dispensed medicine Skills Used I worked well under pressure and had a great amount of patience
  • Charted patients' vital signs, condition, progress, and problems to discuss with case manager and supervisor.
  • Assist with ambulation, medications, feeding, measures and records vital signs, and assist patients with exercises.
  • Implemented and supported care for elderly patient, captured vital signs, provided routine care and general patient upkeep.

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8. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Applied administrative skills to organize and schedule medical appointments effectively, compose routine reports, and managed improvements and setbacks.
  • Provided transportation when necessary for events including but not limited to personal visits and medical appointments.
  • Supervised patients with personal hygiene, accompanied patient to medical appointments, and performed housekeeping duties.
  • Accompany clients to medical appointments and obtained medications and personal items as required.
  • Transport patients to regular medical appointments and assist with retrieving medications from pharmacies.
  • Provided transportation to medical appointments and administered medication as prescribed by doctor.
  • Light housework, transport to medical appointments, meal preparation, medication management
  • Scheduled and attended medical appointments, collected documents and recorded instructions.
  • Assisted with appointment schedule as well as provided transportation to medical appointments
  • Assisted with medical appointments and transportation to doctor or clinical facilities.
  • Complete errands and transport/accompany clients to medical appointments and shopping.
  • Accompanied patient to medical appointments and provided updates to physicians.
  • Transport and accompany patient to medical appointments and community activities.
  • Accompanied patients to medical appointments and prepared them for examination.
  • Assisted in physical therapy and accompanied patients to medical appointments.
  • Managed, accompanied and escorted patients to scheduled medical appointments.
  • Provided transportation of client to medical appointments and grocery shopping.
  • Provide transportation and assistance with medical appointments and shopping.
  • Escort participants to medical appointments and provide personalized support.
  • Transported patients to medical appointments and prepared nutritious meals.

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9. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Encouraged independent ADL functioning and provided hands-on assistance as needed.
  • Ensured client safety, provided care with ADL's and completed light house work for clients with varying needs, i.e.
  • Used verbal and written communication including assisting with care plan charting ADL'S and use of an intercom or PA system.
  • Helped her stay independent and strong doing her own ADL's, exercises, and cognitive tasks up until her death.
  • Provide ADL task for individuals receiving services: bathing, dressing, grooming, feeding, toileting, and preparing meals.
  • Assisted home bound patients in performing Activities of Daily Living (ADL), and reported inconsistencies to the Nurse.
  • Assist patients with their daily ADL's, plan of care, bathing, laundry, social activities, toileting.
  • Work with various clients in their home helping with ADL's, transfers, ensure safety, and medications reminders.
  • Provided ADL assistance to patients under the supervision of the nurse, physical therapist, and/or occupational therapist.
  • Assisted with ADL's, cooking, house cleaning, shopping and transportation to appointments and community outings.
  • Performed all regular nurses' aid duties such as ADL'S and special needs under supervision of RN.
  • Assist clients with various needs such as cleaning, bathing, showering, dressing and other ADL's.
  • Direct Patient Care, ADL's, cleaning, catheter care, colostomy care, and wound care.
  • Assist with personal AM and PM cares along with scheduled shower and document in ADL s chart.
  • Assist clients with ADL's care which includes bathing, dressing, toileting, grooming and transferring.
  • Monitor and report patient changes, take vital signs, monitor intake and output, ADLS.
  • Work independently in disabled clients home providing ADL's, homemaking, errands, and transportation.
  • Anticipated client's personal needs and provided exceptional client focused care while assisting with ADL's.
  • Provided ADL's to an elderly privately which I assisted with preparation of meals and grooming.
  • Assist with ADL's, cooking, light housekeeping, errands, laundry and providing comfort measures

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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:
  • Dressed wounds, administered medications, cleaned and sanitized household areas, scheduled appointments, assisted with daily living activities
  • Job Duties: Companionship, assisting with daily living activities, medical/essential transportation, housekeeping
  • Position designed to accompany disabled individuals and to assist with daily living activities.
  • Provide assistance with daily living activities that require no medical intervention.
  • Assisted with daily living activities and motivation in positive environment.
  • Assist with daily living activities including housekeeping and community engagement.
  • Provided personal assistant including, basic daily living activities and
  • Provide assistance in daily living activities for persons with disabilities
  • Helped participants with personal hygiene and daily living activities.
  • Assisted people with disabilities/ handicaps with daily living activities.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities including personal grooming.
  • Assist clients with Daily living Activities such as showering/ bathing, dressing and any other personal needs, also homemaking tasks.
  • Assisted with daily living activities which included personal care, oral care, meal preparation, and help with meal consumption.
  • Provided companionship and help with daily living activities such as light housekeeping, meal preparation, errands, toileting and bathing.
  • Provided routine nursing care to patients, assisted with Daily living activities (feeding, bathing, dressing, etc.)
  • Assist client with daily living activities such as (exercising, grocery shopping, cooking, budgeting, etc.).
  • Provide routine care associated with daily living activities, such as, bathing, dressing, incontinent care, and hygiene.
  • Assisted patients with daily living activities: bathing, showering, toileting, dressing, mouth care, grooming, skincare.
  • Assisted in daily living activities such as house cleaning, laundry, diapering, grooming, and bath and meal preparation.
  • Assist with daily living activities, such as bathing, feeding, doctors appointments, errands, exercising and therapy.

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11. Medication Reminders

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Here's how Medication Reminders is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided medication reminders and supervised to ensure medications were taken on time and as prescribed.
  • Provide medication reminders and assist the individual with his/her self administration of medication.
  • Provide companionship and medication reminders as needed, and thoroughly document each visit
  • Organized patients bills and receipts Provided medication reminders for every patient.
  • Educated the importance of daily prescribed medication and provided medication reminders.
  • Provided medication reminders and transportation to medical and social appointments.
  • Provided client a safe living environment and daily medication reminders.
  • Provided companion care and medication reminders for geriatric clients.
  • Care including hygiene, mobility and medication reminders.
  • Provide medication reminders and assist with prescribed exercises.
  • Assisted client with self- administered medication reminders.
  • Assist with therapeutic exercises and medication reminders.
  • Provided medication reminders, offered companionship.
  • Administer medication or give medication reminders.
  • Administer medication and provide medication reminders.
  • Provide medication reminders and appointment reminders.
  • Administered medication and performed medication reminders.
  • Transfer cooking cleaning grooming medication reminders document
  • Provide medication reminders and companionship.
  • Engaged in daily medication reminders.

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12. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided emotional support and health/disease/ disability/end of life education to patient/family/health care team.
  • Performed home health care responsibilities to elderly individuals experiencing significant medical issues
  • Provided education to patients and caregivers to fulfill health care requirements.
  • Maintained patient satisfaction while administering appropriate health care emotional support.
  • Followed health care plan and administered medications.
  • Provided health care tasks, hygiene services, housekeeping tasks and other related support services essential to the consumer's health.
  • Provided excellent in home health care service to residents in need of assistants in bathing, feeding and other therapy activities.
  • Provide high-quality patient care as an in-demand per-Diem CNA within surgical, acute-care, rehabilitation, home-health care and nursing-home settings.
  • Assigned as health care provider taking care of basic needs such as cooking, cleaning, and well being of client.
  • Introduced a system that works with available data derived from other health care providers to chart out individual based care plans.
  • Home health care to assist the patient in attaining the optimal level of physical, psychological, social and vocation well-being.
  • Worked as a Certified Health Care Aide in a variety of settings: Private Homes, Hospitals and Nursing Homes.
  • Provided care of all ages of patients who needs assistance at home with their health care needs, personal.
  • Provided health care needs to residents and recorded in health progress notes, med sheets and the communication log.
  • Utilize bi-lingual skills to translate communications between providers and client to obtain efficient understanding of health care needs.
  • Provide routine personal health care, such as dressing, grooming disabled person in the home of patient.
  • Specialized in assistance of health care among clients whom were elderly or had disabilities in their home setting.
  • Performed health care related tasks such as monitoring vital signs and administering medication as needed by the physician.
  • Worked under the supervision of registered nurse and performed various personal health care services to meet patients needs.
  • Provided Personal Care, Basic Health Care, Medical Care, House Keeping, Socialization and Record Keeping.

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13. Bed Linens

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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provide housekeeping and homemaking tasks such as laundry, change bed linens, shop for food and plan and prepare meals.
  • Prepared healthy meals, changed bed linens, wash and iron patients' laundry, and clean patients' entire house.
  • Change bed linens, entertain, converse with, or real aloud to patients to keep them mentally healthy & alert.
  • Performed duties for family, such as changing bed linens, grocery shopping, preparing meals, household duties and maintenance.
  • Changed bed linens, wash and iron patients' laundry and clean patients' quarters to prevent the spread or bacteria.
  • Assist with client oral/personal hygiene, change bed linens, wash clients' laundry, and clean clients' quarters.
  • Change bed linens, laundry, sanitation, housekeeping duties of client's room, bathroom, and common area.
  • Change bed linens, clean laundry and assist in keeping room, cabinet, and dresser drawers neat and clean.
  • Helped with light housekeeping responsibilities, including doing laundry, changing bed linens, grocery shopping, and meal preparation.
  • Cared for patients by changing bed linens, washing/ironing laundry, cleaning and assisting with other Activities of Daily Living.
  • Turned patients every two hours and maintained cleaning of the client home, including changed bed linens and patients laundry.
  • Change bed linens, clean home, take walk with patient for exercise cook meals, combed her hair.
  • Completed housekeeping tasks, such as changing bed linens, washing dishes and laundry, and cleaning living areas.
  • Foster sanitary environment by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning and/or assisting with personal care.
  • Change bed linens or make beds, Clean and sanitize patient rooms, bathrooms, or other patient areas.
  • Changed bed linens, washed and ironed patients' laundry and maintained cleanliness of patients' living areas.
  • Assist with personal care such as changing bed linens, as well as, washing and ironing laundry.
  • Create a healthy and wholesome environment by cleaning rooms, changing bed linens and assistant with personal hygiene.
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, preparing meals, passing medications.
  • Assist in changing bed linens, wash and iron patient's garments, and maintain patients quarters clean.

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14. Dementia

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Here's how Dementia is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided general living assistance to an elderly lady who suffered from Dementia.
  • Updated job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities to include dementia training.
  • Monitored and recorded medication distribution to Dementia/ Diabetic residents as needed.
  • Utilize memory activities to improve memory loss secondary to dementia.
  • Perform communication and behavioral management techniques specific to dementia care.
  • Served as primary caregiver for couple suffering from advanced dementia.
  • Applied practical intervention procedure for dementia or behavioral problems.
  • Cared for an elderly gentleman with dementia and osteoporosis.
  • Provided direct patient care to a Parkinson's/dementia patient.
  • Assisted seniors with Dementia in a home-based environment.
  • Provided comprehensive in-home care for individuals with dementia.
  • Provide supervision and compassionate care for dementia patients.
  • Cultivated experience working with Dementia affected clients.
  • Monitored closely the activity of Dementia client.
  • Moderate redirection for issues related to Dementia.
  • Provided empathetic communication to dementia patient.
  • Provide in home care to patients that have Alzheimer's/Dementia, medication reminder, prepare home cooked meals, assist with mobility.
  • Provided and coordinated individualized care and resources to Janet's mother in the ending stages of Alzheimer's and Dementia.
  • Provided a high level of personal care for a client with Parkinson's Disease, Dementia, and other ailments.
  • Cared for an elderly dementia patient and oversaw cooking and doing other house needs and taking care of him daily

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15. Nutritious Meals

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Here's how Nutritious Meals is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Prepared nutritious meals, general housekeeping, and encouraged and participated in both mental and physically active exercise with patient.
  • Performed other duties including housekeeping, preparing nutritious meals, accompanied patient to appointments, and provided encouragement and support.
  • Distributed prescribed medications / prepared nutritious meals / assisted residents in daily living activities / encouraged participation in social events.
  • Prepared nutritious meals ensuring Mother maintained some degree of health and ensured medications were administered properly and timely.
  • Prepared nutritious meals, light housekeeping, prepared and administered medication, ordered prescriptions.
  • Prepared and served delicious and nutritious meals according to dietary restrictions and preferences.
  • Supplied nutritious Meals, maintained accurate business records and licensing Requirements.
  • Planned and prepared nutritious meals, giving feeding assistance whenever necessary.
  • Prepared nutritious meals for patients according to dietary restrictions.
  • Prepared and served nutritious meals based on dietary requirements.
  • Planned and prepared nutritious meals according to dietary requirements.
  • Followed prescribed dietary requirements and prepared nutritious meals.
  • Prepare nutritious meals and administer medications as prescribed.
  • Provided nutritious meals by following prescribed dietary requirements.
  • Cooked nutritious meals according to dietary requirement.
  • Ensured hygienic cleanliness and prepared nutritious meals.
  • Provide nutritious meals by following prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards; preparing, cooking, and serving meals and snacks.
  • Prepare nutritious meals, diaper change, bathe, dress, and organize playing activities for a 9-month old baby girl.
  • Performed basic housekeeping duties, oversaw medications, cooked and served nutritious meals and snacks, taking into account special diets.
  • Planned, shopped for, and prepared meals, including special diets, shopping for, and preparing nutritious meals.

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16. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assist approximately 7 patients weekly with their basic needs including monitoring blood pressure and administering medicine.
  • Position required monitoring blood pressure daily and nightly.
  • Monitored nutritional status and blood pressure daily.
  • Monitored pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, and weight, making sure to accurately update the patient s chart.
  • Complete verification of the healthiness of the patient by examination of body temperature, blood pressure, patient record and signs.
  • Record vital sign for the client including TPR (temperature, pulse, respiration) and B/P (blood pressure).
  • Performed bed baths, Duties of taking Temperature, Vitals, Blood Pressure, Patient Transfer, Patient feeding tasks, Peri-Care
  • Blood pressure check, glucose check, insulin injections, had to maintain a report of all events on shift.
  • Take patient vitals blood pressure, assist patient with their personal hygiene by ensuring they take a bath every day.
  • Experience with medical conditions such as high blood pressure, Diabetes, Chronic Heart Failure, Dementia, Congenital Heart Defects
  • Perform the routine work and examine the patients like check their pulse rate, blood pressure, give injections etc.
  • Provided care for elderly patient in her home, administered medications, checked blood pressure & blood sugar levels daily.
  • Obtained vital signs such as temperature, blood pressure, oxygen saturation and reported changes in condition to primary caregiver.
  • Cared for patients in the home, assisted with personal care and meals, monitored medical conditions and blood pressure.
  • Administered personal care of patients in their homes; patient's blood pressure, pulse, and respiration, Provide safety
  • Cook healthy meals, Check his sugar level, blood pressure and also give him his insulin injection daily.
  • Check patients pulse, blood pressure, respiration, color and texture of skin and documented in the chart.
  • Check patient's blood pressure, pulse, temperature, weight and recorded information daily to their individual charts.
  • Maintain patient s vitals, which include getting temperature, pulse and respiration, blood pressure and oxygen level.
  • Performed home maintenance tasks for clients as well as administering routine medical tests such as blood pressure and pulse.

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17. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided full-time care for elderly parents; daily responsibilities included financial management, appointment scheduling, physical therapy, and emotional support
  • Provided emotional support and helped clients become involved in their personal well-being through participation I community recreation programs and other activities.
  • Provide emotional support and referral to other providers to optimize functioning and outcomes for consumer and caregiver's individual needs.
  • Provide quality personal care for physically and mentally challenged child including planning activities, emotional support and physical care.
  • Monitored and reported changes in patient's condition Assisted patients in meeting nutritional needs Provided emotional support to patients
  • Provided patients and family with emotional support through various activities and conversations specialized for each patient needs.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support through constant communication and provide recommendations for social services assistance.
  • Provided direct individualized care terminally ill patients in their homes and emotional support to patients and family members
  • Assisted client in physical exercises and speech therapy while providing companionship and emotional support.
  • Conducted important social and emotional support while providing vital information on patients' conditions.
  • Provided patients and families with emotional support and adaptation to disability and illness.
  • Provided excellent companionship, emotional support and positive stimulation for the patient.
  • Provide companionship from emotional support to personal care activates and/or psychological support.
  • Developed skills in administering medication, nutrition management and emotional support.
  • Offered assistance with personal hygiene and provided emotional support when needed.
  • Provide emotional support for seniors by providing them companionship and conversation.
  • Provided emotional support to the grandmother before and after surgical operations.
  • Provided companionship, emotional support, encourage conversation and reality orientation.
  • Provision of intensive and physical assistance, emotional support and companionship.
  • Provided emotional support and encouragement, while respecting client confidentiality.

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18. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided delicate, sensitive personal care to elderly patient suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's Disease and Schizophrenia.
  • Monitored symptoms of Alzheimer progression and communicated to family and MD when necessary.
  • Worked specifically with individuals who experienced symptoms of Alzheimer's and dementia.
  • Engage in one-on-one recreational activities with patient who suffers from Alzheimer's/Dementia.
  • Learned emotional and supportive techniques for patients in latter stage Alzheimer/Dementia.
  • Provided/assisted w daily personal rehabilitation and maintenance of Alzheimer's disease
  • Redirected and observed behaviors of Alzheimer's/Dementia patients 9.
  • Experience working with Dementia/Alzheimer patients*.
  • Care of patients with Alzheimer's, stroke, mental disorders, elderly & developmentally disabled, epilepsy, diabetes, and
  • Assisted with everyday functions, personal care needs, and activities; Experienced in dealing with elderly, especially Alzheimer's patients
  • Provided Care for a length of 4 years to an elderly woman who was in advanced stages of Alzheimer's.
  • Work with cancer patient's, Alzheimer's patient's, hospice clients, mentally ill patients infants and children.
  • Provided home-based patient care for clients with multiple physical and mental limitations, heart disease, Alzheimer's, etc.
  • Experience in caring for special populations such as geriatrics, patients with COPD, amputated limbs, and dementia/Alzheimer's disease
  • Worked mostly with Alzheimer's and dementia clients, and took care of all assigned clients in their own homes.
  • Provided in-home care and assistance to five patients per week with Alzheimer's, autism, age-related and surgery-related conditions.
  • Provided care and ADL's for those with Alzheimer's and Dementia, clients with medical needs and mental disabilities.
  • Provide comprehensive care for six Alzheimer's residents including hygienic care, administering medications, and responding to behavioral concerns.
  • Gained experience with Dementia/Alzheimer's working with her, also prepped me for CNA classes I took through midland college.
  • Worked with Alzheimer's and dementia patients on performing daily activities, including dressing, toileting, and showering.

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19. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Prioritized implementations to facilitate optimal comfort for hospice clients in conjunction with nursing plan.
  • Inventoried medical supplies including medications and notified hospice nurse of necessities.
  • Performed hospice care by maintaining patient comfort and administration of medication
  • Handled difficult situations tactfully in hospice setting.
  • Administered end-of-life care within 16-unit hospice facility
  • Experienced with hospice care responsibilities.
  • Documented or otherwise report personal observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to hospice nurses and family members.
  • Worked hand in hand with hospice to make sure they had the quality of life to the end that they deserved.
  • Communicated with hospice nurse and home health aide on a daily basis regarding patient's concerns, necessities and declining illness.
  • Audit hospice charts in facilities where the company had patients making sure all documents were in the charts and up dated.
  • Provided live-in, 24/7, private care for terminally ill relative from onset of condition until admittance to hospice care.
  • Relied upon by hospice staff and patients family members to make decisions and evaluations to develop a plan of care.
  • Provided various at home health care, cooking, cleaning and errands, in hospice and private need settings.
  • Provided non-custodial care for adults and senior citizens recovering after hospital stay, as well as hospice care.
  • Helped him in any way that was needed during his final stages, up until Hospice took over.
  • Measured and recorded food and liquid intake or urinary output, reported changes to family or hospice staff.
  • Provided care for patients in various settings, such as ICU, Hospices, and acute care units.
  • Worked closely with family and assisted with end-of- life hospice cares during last weeks of patient's life.
  • Provided care for Patients with multiple Sclerosis, Strokes and Hospice, terminally ill Patients at their residence.
  • Administered medication in a private setting per Hospice nurse along with approved wound care & G-tube care.

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20. Household Supplies

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Here's how Household Supplies is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Managed household supplies* Primary care facilitator for disabled husband* Prepared specific meals for critical pulmonary disease and heart disease
  • Provided transportation for medical appointments, shopping for groceries/household supplies, and personal errand services.
  • Purchased/ordered groceries and household supplies to keep kitchens/bathrooms stocked and record expenditures.
  • Performed a variety of miscellaneous duties as requested, such as obtaining household supplies, running errands and preparing small meals.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, household supplies and scheduling other staff with maintaining upkeep of home.
  • Change wound dressings* Perform tasks requested by client such as obtaining household supplies, running errands, and maintaining home cleanliness.
  • Provided companionship and also performed a variety of duties requested by patients, such as obtaining household supplies and running errands.
  • Perform a variety of duties requested by the patient, such as obtaining household supplies, groceries, and medications.
  • Perform a variety of duties as shown on plan of care, such as obtaining household supplies and running errands.
  • Performed variety of duties requested by the client, such as obtaining household supplies and running errands for them.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, such as obtaining household supplies and light household maintenance.
  • Performed a variety of duties as requested by family members, such as cooking, and obtaining household supplies.
  • Performed other duties as needed by patients, such as: running errands or obtaining any other household supplies.
  • Assisted with activities of daily living and performed duties as requested such as obtaining household supplies and grocery purchases
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client, from obtaining household supplies to cleaning their quarters.
  • Obtained household supplies, ran errands, cleaned quarters, changed bed linens, washed, ironed laundry.
  • Carried out a variety of duties as requested by customer, like running errands and obtaining household supplies.
  • Performed variety of miscellaneous duties as requested, such as obtaining household supplies and picking up prescribed prescriptions.
  • Obtained household supplies and ran daily errands-Maintained a clean and healthy safe environment-Assisted clients with Daily Living Activities
  • Assisted patient with errands such as paying bills, food shopping and buying general household supplies.

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21. Household Chores

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Here's how Household Chores is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Administered compassionate care, feeding therapy and behavior modification to autism patient while doing household chores.
  • Dispensed medication, performed household chores, charted activities of daily living
  • Performed household chores and performed any necessary transportation needs.
  • Keep a clean and safe patient environment via careful observation, reporting performance of light household chores and household safety issues.
  • Preformed household chores and errands for a couple in their 70's as they dealt with various health and mobility issues.
  • Facilitated activities of daily life for clients in their homes as well as medication reminders, household chores, and cooking.
  • Help with miscellaneous tasks such as cooking, cleaning, grocery shopping, household chores and getting to doctor's appointments.
  • Assist in meal preparation, household chores, laundry, errands, showing and dressing of the client and her needs.
  • Provided benevolent care for a child with severe autism while performing household chores such as cleaning, laundry and bathing patient.
  • Assist with activities of daily living, household chores, medication reminders, meal preparations, doctor appointment assistance, etc.
  • Preformed weekly and daily household chores such as washing dishes, making the beds, laundry, vacuuming, and mopping.
  • Assigned short shifts to assist the elderly with ADL's, light household chores, running errands, and meal preparation.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, meal preparation, and household chores.
  • Assist patient with daily activities, such as medication compliance, feeding, bathing, household chores, and necessary traveling
  • Provide companionship for the clients and perform household chores; Keeping a daily log regarding the clients outings and activities.
  • Assisted the elderly and people with disabilities with household chores, bill paying, grocery shopping, personal hygiene and medications
  • Assisted clients with household chores, personal hygiene, dressing, cooking, and taking them to run errands/doctor appointments.
  • Performed a variety of duties as requested by the client, such as household chores, errands, etc.
  • Assist with bathing, cooking, household chores, companion, doctor appointments, medicine reminder, run errands.
  • Take care of all household chores, such as shopping, cleaning, laundry, and over all maintenance.

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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.
  • Assisted with transporting to appointments and therapy sessions as well as administered oral medications and documented in activity log.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician Over saw meal, medication preparations and documentation as needed.
  • Administered all prescribed oral medications under written direction of his physician and also I administered all prescribed treatments.
  • 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.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications underwritten direction of a physician and as directed by home care nurse.
  • Changed dressings and administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician and plan of care.
  • Administered daily prescribed oral medications, and maintained and updated patient medical records and logs.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications underwritten direction of physician or as directed Greeting and welcoming customers.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician and maintained records of services performed.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications following written direction of physician or as directed by supervising nurse.
  • Checked patients' vital signs and administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of doctor.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications directed by home care nurse and ensure patient took medication.
  • Assisted in administering and organizing oral medications and herbal/dietary supplements on a weekly basis.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications under written direction of a physician or any other specialist.
  • Administer prescribed oral medications under written direction of physicians or as directed parents.
  • Administered/Prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician or directed by home nurse.
  • Provide health-related services such as administering oral medications under the direction of physician.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications and ensured patients took their medicine and checked vitals.

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23. Personal Services

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Here's how Personal Services is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Monitored patient's condition by observing physical and mental condition, provided housekeeping, assisted patient by providing personal services.
  • Home Health Aide* Monitoring patients* Recording patient condition* Provide support and personal services
  • Provided hygienic reinforcement and facilitated personal services including dressing and bathing.
  • Supported patient by providing house-keeping food preparation and personal services.
  • Provided personal services to handicapped individual including housekeeping.
  • Performed basic medical and personal services.
  • Provided personal services to assigned individuals.
  • Provided in-home domestic assistance to senior citizens: Cooking, cleaning, laundry and other personal services for these home-bound seniors.
  • Assist patients by providing personal services: Bathing, dressing, grooming, promoting interaction with family and friends, etc.
  • Provide home health and personal services to geriatric and disabled patients while maintaining a safe, secure, and healthy environment.
  • Promote independence by assisting clients to care for themselves and providing personal services, such as bathing, dressing and grooming.
  • Support Registered Nurses with the client health care and personal services which will enable the client to remain in their home.
  • Assisted patient by providing personal services, such as bathing, dressing and grooming and administering medications and taking vital signs.
  • Helped patients to remain in their homes by providing support and personal services, along with monitoring and recording patient conditions.
  • Support patients with hygienic care and personal services such as housekeeping, laundry, grooming, serving meals and food shopping.
  • 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.
  • Assist patients with personal services, record patient information in patients journal notifying nursing supervisors of changing or unusual conditions.
  • Assist clients by providing personal services such as, bathing, dressing, grooming, housekeeping, and running errands.
  • Assisted patients by providing personal services such as, bathing, dressing, and grooming to maintain patient's hygiene.

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24. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided and maintained bodily and emotional comfort and assisted patients toward independent living in a safe environment 5.
  • Provide patients/families with emotional support, instruction in areas of independent living and adaptation to disability or illness.
  • Offered patients and families emotional and physical support and promoted client safety and progress towards independent living.
  • Supported independent living and adaptation to disability or illness to ensure their safety and feeling normal.
  • Helped promote independent living for patients with significant physical and/or developmental disabilities due to brain injuries.
  • Project Independence assists developmentally disabled adults with a variety of services to enable independent living.
  • Performed group manicure sessions and chair exercise classes at independent living residential senior locations.
  • Helped elderly and disabled clients throughout Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area to maintain independent living.
  • Helped clients maintain independent living and level of functioning by utilizing tertiary prevention measures.
  • Developed recreational and independent living programs to enable child to become more independent.
  • Provided direct care for developmentally disabled adults in a supported independent living situation.
  • Worked directly with developmentally disabled adults in their transition to more independent living.
  • Instruct physically and mentally challenged individuals with independent living, recreational activities.
  • Administer medication via all routes for residents in an independent living community.
  • Assisted developmental disability clients with achieving goals in preparation for independent living.
  • Care for individuals making their transition from residential living to independent living.
  • Instructed and assisted patients with skills geared toward developing independent living.
  • Supported individuals in local communities with independent living and community involvement.
  • Facilitate all activity associate with transition from independent living into Sr.
  • Provide surrogate personal assistance for consumer's daily independent living.

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25. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Transported client to occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy appointments and documented progress; supported client emotionally.
  • Administered and supervised physical exercises, occupational therapy, physical therapy, vision therapy and learning enhancement.
  • Assisted in physical therapy and performed daily exercises under the direction of a licensed physical therapist.
  • Supervised elderly patient while his wife worked, including supplying medication and attending speech/physical therapy visits
  • Conducted exercise and rehabilitation programs, Supervised 10+ elderly residents in personal physical therapy sessions.
  • Assist elderly / physically challenged individuals with daily routines and reinforcement of physical therapy.
  • Administered prescribed oral medications under written direction of physician and daily physical therapy.
  • Performed minor physical therapy exercises with patients utilizing explicit instructions from certified therapist.
  • Performed exercises and other physical therapy, administered medications, and changed dressings.
  • Arranged personal home care including housekeeping, physical therapy, and occupational therapy.
  • Worked on exercises as assigned by a physical therapist or physical therapy assistant.
  • Facilitated household tasks as needed and daily physical therapy home exercise program.
  • Aided clients in their physical therapy routines under supervision of physical therapist.
  • Observed and assisted with daily physical therapy activities and joint replacement recovery.
  • Performed physical therapy, personal cares and advocacy for disabled adults.
  • Provide transportation and assistance with water-based physical therapy twice a week.
  • Provided Physical Therapy to aid in recovery and stimulate cognitive functions.
  • Administered medication, provided ambulation, bathing and physical therapy services.
  • Administered medications, physical therapy, financial management and transportation.
  • Assisted adults in daily living activities and physical therapy exercises.

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26. Household Requirements

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Here's how Household Requirements is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Support patients by providing housekeeping service, other household requirements.
  • Provide housekeeping, laundry services and any other household requirements
  • Supported patient by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopped for food and other household requirements; prepared and served meals.
  • Supported patient by providing household requirements, preparing and serving meals and snacks, and also getting off the bus.
  • Provide housekeeping, laundry services, and errands, prepare and serve meals, snacks, and other household requirements.
  • Assist patients to shop for food and other household requirements* Prepare and serve meals and snacks* Run errands for patient.
  • Support client by providing housekeeping and laundry services; shopping for food and other household requirements; running errands.
  • Assisted patients by providing housekeeping and other household requirements; preparing and serving meals and snacks; running errands.
  • Provide light housekeeping and laundry services, shopping for food and other household requirements; prepare and serve meals/snacks.
  • Assist clients with running errands, shopping for food and household requirements, preparing and serving meals or snacks.
  • Supported patient by providing housekeeping, laundry services, meal preparation, errand running and all necessary household requirements.
  • Provided housekeeping and laundry services; shopped for food and other household requirements necessary to complete job duties.
  • Support patients by providing services according to a Care Plan; shopping for food and other household requirements.
  • Provide support to patients by providing housekeeping, laundry services, grocery shopping, and other household requirements.
  • Provide personal care assistance such as escort to appointments, shopping for food and other household requirements.
  • Assisted patient with laundry services, household requirements, running errands and travel assistance to appointments.
  • Supported patients by providing housekeeping, laundry services, and food shopping and additional household requirements.
  • Support patients with housekeeping and laundry service, shopping for food and other household requirements.
  • Offered assistance with housekeeping, laundry, shopping for food and other household requirements.
  • Shop for food and other household requirements; preparing and serving meals and snacks.

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27. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Administered services to elderly patients assisting with nutritional needs, medication administration, and maintain safe environment
  • Facilitate a creative and safe environment with diversified and stimulating activities.
  • Maintain safe environment while allowing playful interaction.
  • Provided safe environment for elderly adult.
  • Maintained an emotionally safe environment.
  • Maintain sanitary and safe environment.
  • Assist with medication shower and feed clients housekeeping report changes in clients habits and maintain a clean and safe environment for clients
  • Provide direct patient care through bathing, oral hygiene assistance, personal care, pain management, and safe environment maintenance.
  • Light house- keeping, help with restroom and laundry, and maintained a clean and safe environment for client.
  • Maintain a professional and safe environment in line with established safety policies and the core missions of the organization.
  • Provided a safe environment for adults with developmental impairments and elderly in both home settings and vocational rehab settings.
  • Make sure the patient is taking care of, and she is living in a clean and safe environment.
  • Assist resident to all doctor's appointments, all outings, keep a clean and safe environment for residents.
  • Maintained a safe environment for the service recipient; prevent harm to service recipient, self, and others.
  • Maintained a safe environment for the patients and ensured they follow their doctor's orders as per their prescriptions.
  • Provide personal care for clients inside their home * Provide a safe environment * Provide meals and do light housekeeping
  • Maintain safe environment with the use of proper precautions to reduce the risk of accidents, and/or injuries.
  • Prepare and serve meals, Maintain a clean and safe environment, escort client to appointments and errands.
  • Inspected each client belongings for any suspected contraband to ensure the facility is a safe environment for clients.
  • Provide a safe environment for elderly and disabled, Prepare meals transport to appointments and run errands.

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28. Hoyer

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Here's how Hoyer is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assisted patient with bed and commode transfers, ambulation with or without equipment including Hoyer lift, Provide excellent customer support.
  • Dress clients, prepared client meals, transported Patients to the Doctors office, Hoyer lift experience, and transfer belt.
  • Care included Hoyer lift placement for ambulatory functions, like bathing, commode usage, wheelchair placement and bed placement.
  • Experience with wound care, catheter care, colostomy care, Hoyer lift, PEG tube and care of paraplegics.
  • Record bowl movement, medication reminders as well as assist in mobility using walkers, wheelchairs hoyer lift or canes.
  • Provided first aid and support, including moving patients with the Hoyer lift, as needed, to incapacitated patients.
  • Specialized in personal hygiene, meal preparation, feeding, ambulating, Hoyer -lift and accompanying to doctors' visits.
  • Assisted patients with Activity of Daily Living, mobility utilizing the hoyer lift, wheelchair, and daily indoor/outdoor activities.
  • Assisted clients in and out of bed using a hoyerlift or one person transfers from the bed to wheelchair.
  • Utilized equipment such as a hoyer lift, spin disk and gait belt to assist clients with transfers safely.
  • Cared for bedridden patients by providing sponge baths, turning to avoid bed sores, Hoyer lifting when needed.
  • Transferred ambulatory client using gait belt, wheelchair and walker and effective use of equipment hoyerlift and hospital bed.
  • Duel assist in all transfers, operations of a Hoyer transfer Lift, Wheelchair assist, and outings.
  • Assist with client transfers to and from wheelchair and beds, using a Hoyer lift or transfer belt.
  • Assist patients with transfer by using wheelchair, Hoyer lift, gait belt, and other ambulation devices.
  • Used hoyer lift, provided medication, feeding, cleaning, bathing, personal grooming and companionship.
  • Assist with bathing, grooming, and dressing, positioning while using the Hoyer lift & feeding.
  • Experienced in the use of the Hoyer lift along with other techniques for moving bed ridden patients.
  • Water therapy included daily one hour sessions for upper extremity strengthening with use of a hoyer lift.
  • Ensured safety and cleanliness of patients living area and transferred patients with Hoyer Lifts when needed.

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29. Dietary Requirements

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Here's how Dietary Requirements is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assist with daily living activities and dietary requirements of residents Monitor and record physical and mental condition of patient in daily journal
  • Maintained a safe, secure, and healthy patient environment; maintaining security precautions; following prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards
  • Ensured patients took required medication at appropriate time and ate meals according to specific dietary requirements.
  • Monitored individual dietary requirements and recorded everyday events in a comprehensive work log.
  • Administered prescribed medications and ensured patient adhere to dietary requirements and nutrition standards.
  • Monitored and recorded physical and mental conditions while maintained proscribed dietary requirements.
  • Created interesting nutritional choices to increase the desirability of daily dietary requirements.
  • Provided daily nutritional needs by preparing and feeding the prescribed dietary requirements.
  • Prepared and served meals according to prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards.
  • Provided care for disabled patients and ensured their daily dietary requirements.
  • Provided meals as prescribed according to dietary requirements and nutrition standards.
  • Monitored patient's medications and supplemented patient's dietary requirements.
  • Maintained security precautions; followed prescribed dietary requirements and nutrition standards
  • Prepared meals including kosher and other special dietary requirements.
  • Prepared meals for residents according to their dietary requirements.
  • Helped follow prescribed dietary requirements and medication reminders.
  • Prepared bottle feeds/food items and observed dietary requirements.
  • Created meal preparations and honored dietary requirements.
  • Prepared nutritious meals accordingly to dietary requirements.
  • Performed Patient daily hygiene and dietary requirements.

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30. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Participated in continuing education requirements as needed to keep CPR and First Aid Certification current.
  • Administer first aid and/or CPR as authorized under current standard certification when necessary.
  • Administered CPR/First Aid response and education; clinical assessment and
  • Maintained a certified nursing assistant license and CPR certification.
  • Provide direct care of clients CPR Certified Maintain confidentiality
  • Red Cross CPR Certification, Medication Certification
  • Required to have a current CPR certification and a passing grade of 90+% on Beginner and Advanced Alzheimer's certification.
  • Certified as a home health aide, training included CPR certification, as well as training in assisted living responsibilities.
  • Learned how to do CPR, and learned how it is 2 work with people who have disabilities.
  • Participated in staff development and annual certifications in safety crisis management (SCM) and first aid/CPR.
  • Applied training in CPR/First Aid, medication administration, client/patient rights and responsibilities, and emergency protocols.
  • Sit with a patient to play games, Assist with personal grooming, make bed, certified CPR
  • Completed several hours of classroom training in First Aid, CPR, and HIPA Laws and Regulations.
  • Received My WA Certified Nursing Assistant License (CNA), CPR and First Aid Certification.
  • Maintain certifications including First Aid and CPR and other certifications to meet state and agency guidelines.
  • Be knowledgeable on recipient rights and responsibilities, HIPAA regulations, and CPR/AED and First Aid.
  • Med passer, CPR trained, trained on restraints TB tested, safety trained, VAN DRIVER
  • Obtained CPR / First Aid certification and Arizona Department of Health Services Food Handler card.
  • Keep daily records of the patient progress and any change in condition; CPR trained.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant for (7+years) and CPR/First Aid & AIDS/HIV Certified (7+years)

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31. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Administered prescribed medications, cleaned facility/residents rooms, assist residents with daily needs, provided safety for residents
  • Provided companionship and assist patients with daily needs
  • Cared for daily needs to include personal care, administrated oxygen, meals, transported to appointments, general household duties.
  • Provide care to individual client with a slipped disc and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in his home with all daily needs.
  • Helped the client to feel comfortable at home and accomplish daily needs in order to maintain a high quality of life.
  • Assist residents of WFSSH with daily needs and care, attending medical appointments, and maintaining safety of the housing facility.
  • Assisted daily needs, personal hygiene, transfers, mobility assistance, range of motion, and all other needed care.
  • Assist with daily needs including personal care such as bathing, preparing meals, transportation to doctors visits and housekeeping.
  • Aided the Elderly and disabled people with their daily needs, included bathing, cleaning, medications upon their needs.
  • Provide direct patient care to individuals and attend to daily needs, including dietary, hygiene, and physical care.
  • Transport middle-age clients with special needs; Aide in daily needs such as toileting, feeding, dressing of said clients
  • Assisted with daily needs, including cooking, cleaning, medicines, transporting client to doctors appoints and shopping.
  • Attend to the daily needs of consumer on a daily basis as well as foster increased independence and self-determination.
  • Assisted clients with daily needs such as: walking, getting dressed, hygiene, preparing meals and washing laundry
  • Light housekeeping, shopping for patients and assisting with their daily needs (dressing, bathing, etc.)
  • Helped a wheelchair bound man with daily needs such as using the bathroom, adjusting him in his wheelchair.
  • Assist disabled clients in their home with their daily needs such as cleaning, cooking, bathing, etc.
  • Assisted client with daily needs of house cleaning, meal preparation, transporting to doctor appointments and grocery store.
  • Provide any daily needs of Patient such as, transportation to appointments, grocery shopping, and housekeeping.
  • Home Care Aide helping the Elderly with daily needs and basic care and cleaning, cooking running errands.

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32. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Observed all safety and security procedures and used equipment and materials properly* Reported accidents and incidents to charge nurse
  • Take vital signs and record appropriately, monitor residents for changes in mood or behavior and report to the Charge Nurse.
  • Report any changes to the charge nurse on duty, Provide patient care, providing assistance with range of motion exercises.
  • Observed and reported any changes in symptoms and behaviors to charge nurse for patient data entry and record keeping.
  • Document and report changes in clients' status to house manager, my relief person, and charge nurse.
  • Chart on all that transpired during the shift and at end of shift and give report to charge Nurse.
  • Report any unusual behaviors, or changes in conditions of the resident / client to the charge Nurse.
  • Reported to the charge nurse if there was a concern regarding the client's health and well being.
  • Prepare meals, plan activities and report and change in clients' condition to charge nurse on call
  • Get clarification from charge nurse if concerns or PRN s are needed, and document in MAR.
  • Reported all changes in residents conditions and allegations of client abuse to the charge nurse on duty.
  • Interacted with either the charge nurse or the Physicians for all orders, patients condition and appointments.
  • 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.
  • Record items in client care journals, report any changes in patients condition to charge nurse.
  • Observe and report any conditions of the residents good or bad to the charge nurse.
  • Chart documentation throughout shift and reporting to charge nurse any changes or concerns with residents.
  • Inform charge nurse or physician of changes in patient condition, behavioral or mental health.
  • Monitored vital signs to report to Charge Nurse and completed duties assigned by Charge Nurse.
  • Identified changes in health status, promptly reporting concerns to charge nurse of the agency.

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33. Daily Care

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided families of debilitated and aging loved-ones with emotional support and instruction of daily care.
  • Dispensed medications accurately and on schedule, fulfilled daily care requirements as needed.
  • Perform daily care to elderly population
  • Managed household for terminally ill patient, assisted with all aspects of daily care, including bath, feeding and dressing.
  • Offered companion care those clients that already had daily care but needed someone to make sure they didn t hurt themselves.
  • Assisted Dementia patients and Elderly clients in their homes with daily cares, activities of daily living, and medication reminders.
  • Provide and assist clients with daily care such as bathing, grooming, meal preparation, light housekeeping, and documentation.
  • Performed personal and daily cares for clients (dressing, bathing, medication, light housework, etc.).
  • Assisted in the daily care of an elderly man in his 70s duties included household chores and shopping and doctors appointments
  • Provided in-home daily care and planning and implementation of developmentally appropriate activities and experiences for the children in my care.
  • Assist him in all aspects of his daily care, transferring, dressing, toileting, personal hygiene and medication.
  • Help residents with daily care tasks including but not limited to bathing, cleaning, dressing, transporting, etc.
  • Provided daily care, light housekeeping, managed client's medicine properly, bathing, dressing, and some vitals.
  • Assisted clients with physical and mental disabilities with all aspects of daily care including bathing, feeding and dressing.
  • Assisted in daily care such as bathing, dressing, grooming, changing/washing linens, meal preparation and serving.
  • Monitored daily cares, chores, errands, medications, documentation in the home of a senior handicap couple.
  • Provided a full range of daily care, maximizing the individual's independence and dignity in private home environments.
  • Go to clients homes to help with daily cares, meals, therapy, activities and light house keeping.
  • Assisted elderly clients in their homes, performing daily care plan needs required by the health care facility.
  • Provided a consistent high level of daily care and grooming; utilized safety lifts; served daily meals.

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34. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Prepared appropriate meals, provided housekeeping services, assisted with mobility and exercise regimens, and oversaw medication administration for clients.
  • Ambulated and transferred, assisted with medication administration, transported to appointments and errands, performed light housekeeping and meal preparation
  • Performed services to improve health and mental stability of individual after hospitalization, including medication administration and daily living activities.
  • Provide supportive assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities in self-care, meal preparation, medication administration, and community activities.
  • Monitored medication administration; escorted patients to medical appointments and provided companionship through entertainment and chaperoning them to various outings.
  • Protected patient by adhering to infection-control policies and protocols, medication administration and storage procedures, and controlled substance regulations.
  • Hired by personal clients working in their homes assisting with activities of daily living including medication administration and management.
  • Provided home-based assistance and individualized client support, performing personal assistance, feeding, cleaning, and medication administration.
  • Assist terminally ill, elderly and physically disabled individuals with activities of daily living including transportation and medication administration.
  • Served as patient advocate, continuously liaising and conferring with physicians and nursing professionals to guarantee proper medication administration.
  • Provide in-home care for 6 elderly patients including client transportation, medication administration and perform daily household functions.
  • Perform a variety of health care related tasks, including vital signs monitoring and medication administration to individuals.
  • Provided accurate medical documentation, medication administration, light housekeeping, and meal preparation, among others
  • Fine-tuned nursing skills including patient assessments, medication administration, and documentation of assessments and findings.
  • Helped encourage independence of individuals, medication administration, hygiene help, cleaning assistance and transportation.
  • Provided basic medical treatments and assisted with medication administration as directed by established patient care plans.
  • Assisted elderly patients with daily activities, monitored vital signs and, assisted with medication administration
  • Teach Self Medication skills according to regulations, and when appropriate supervise in medication administration.
  • Arranged special modifications to mealtime diet, ensured safety, proper medication administration and schedule.
  • Assisted and encouraged client to comply with prescribed treatment plan and medication administration.

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35. Skin Care

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Here's how Skin Care is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Represent healthy anti-aging skin care and nutrition products in a competitive marketplace by educating others about making informed choices.
  • Provided routine skin care and assisted self-directing patients in applying nonprescription topical medications to skin surface.
  • Provided skin care while implementing appropriate infection control practices.
  • Assist with bathing/dressing/oral care/ hair care/toileting/skin care.
  • Assisted clients with personal hygiene, including shower, tub or bed baths, oral care, hair and skin care.
  • Provided nails and skin care, assisting with ambulation assists patients with light household services essential to health care at home.
  • Check patient's pulse rate, temperature, and respiration rate, Administer medications, Change dressings, Provide skin care.
  • Assist with bathing/ showering and all hygiene care such as hair care, nail care, skin care and mouth care.
  • Assist with clients with toileting/hygiene functions and skin care to maintain the health of the skin and health of the client.
  • Assisted patient with dressing, bathing and skin care, feeding, taking vital signs (blood pressure etc.).
  • Assisted patients with showering, oral hygiene, changing bed linen, dressing, skin care, toileting, and housekeeping.
  • Provide special skin care, light housekeeping and meal preparation, Assist with basic activities and daily living (ADL).
  • Provided personal care such as bath, hair care, oral hygiene, skin care, hand care and foot care.
  • Skin Care Perform back rub, perform incontinence care, and apply condom catheter, Apply and remove elastic stocking.
  • Assist patients with Activities of Daily Living, ambulation, transferring, positioning, medication reminders and routine skin care.
  • Assisted patients with ambulation/transfers, skin care, grooming, dressing, monitored vital signs and reported documentation to nurse.
  • Help patients with personal care and grooming, including bathing, dressing, toileting, hair care and skin care.
  • Assisted with showers, hair and skin care, meal prep, toilet assist, clean kitchen/bathroom, and laundry.
  • Light housekeeping, preparing meals, being a companion, oral care, personal hygiene as well as skin care.
  • Provide good hygiene, by helping the patients shampooing, bathing, nail care, skin care and mouth care.

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36. Oral Hygiene

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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Home care of clients bathing oral hygiene.asst dressing.assist with medication.assist exercise and ambulation.
  • Assist on there personal hygiene, grooming, including bathing, skin care, oral hygiene, hair care and dressing.
  • Assisted with daily activities including bathing, feeding, oral hygiene, incontinence, clothing, cooking, laundry and housekeeping.
  • Assisted client with personal care that consisted of: bathing, oral hygiene, body positioning/alignment, toileting and hair care.
  • Assisted Individuals with disabilities with daily living such as: oral hygiene, bathing, eating, household chores and activities.
  • Assist elderly with activities of daily living, meal preparation, light housekeeping, oral hygiene, grooming, medication reminders,
  • Provided for patient hygiene needs: oral hygiene, hair care, nail care, facial hair shaving and partial bathing.
  • Provided assistance with bed baths, showers, dressing, grooming, feeding, oral hygiene, skin and nail care.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living; such as bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding, and toileting.
  • Assisted the patient with personal needs including bed baths, showers, bathroom needs, oral hygiene and other related tasks.
  • Assisted patients with their day to day needs to include bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding, and elimination.
  • Assist patient with personal care and groom as needed oral hygiene, skincare, hair care, dressing and understanding.
  • Assisted Clients with cleaning of their home, laundry, bathing, oral hygiene, grocery shopping, personal shopping.
  • Assisted with activities of daily living: oral hygiene and mouth care, bathing functions and dressing/undressing, hair/nail care.
  • Bathe patient, provide nail and hair care Give oral hygiene, provide denture care Assist with dressing and undressing.
  • Assist with care for hair, nails, and skin; assist with oral hygiene, and toileting and elimination.
  • Assisted patient with personal hygiene and grooming, including oral hygiene and denture care as well as dressing and undressing.
  • Assisted clients with their personal care needs such as bathing, dressing, oral hygiene, grooming, and toileting.
  • Perform duties such as, oral hygiene, and dressing, feeding, bathing patients, and transferring patient.
  • Perform activities of daily living, such as feed, bathe, dress, groom, and oral hygiene.

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37. Elderly Patients

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Here's how Elderly Patients is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assisted with daily living skills based on individual need Executed physical therapy for elderly patients, Monitored and documented vital signs
  • Assisted elderly patients with everyday activities including personal care, transportation, hygiene maintenance, and companionship
  • Provided/assisted in daily living activities to enhance quality of life for elderly patients in-home.
  • Assisted elderly patients with daily personal hygiene routines and monitored their medication intake.
  • Responded appropriately to the physical, emotional and developmental needs of elderly patients.
  • Supervised elderly patients in assisted living housing and ensured a safe environment.
  • Provided medical care and companionship for elderly patients and patients with disabilities.
  • Provided temporary companionship and comfort to both disabled and elderly patients.
  • Provided in-home-care and comfort measures for elderly patients including vital signs.
  • Worked closely with assigned elderly patients ensuring their comfort and safety.
  • Provided personal care and companionship for house-bound and elderly patients.
  • Traveled to different locations to provide assistance to elderly patients.
  • Provide cognitive enhancement to elderly patients suffering from Dementia.
  • Ensured quality care for elderly patients with daily living activities
  • Accompanied elderly patients to medical appointments as needed.
  • Escorted elderly patients to medical appointments.
  • Worked with elderly patients and provided companionship
  • Provided nutritional support to elderly patients.
  • Provided companionship to elderly patients.
  • Provided supervision to elderly patients.

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38. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Administered one-on-one curriculum based instruction to Special Needs Students with Autism and other developmental disabilities.
  • Participated in securing and implementing social and recreational opportunities for adults with special needs.
  • Facilitated education and therapy of children with special needs.
  • Assisted children with special needs with daily living skills Assisted with physical therapy exercises as directed by Physical Therapist Prepared healthy meals
  • Supervised weekly bowling outings to introduce people with special needs and disabilities to each other in a social and exciting environment.
  • Provided compassionate and efficient PCA services to client with special needs, including intervention for behavior, breathing and relaxing exercises.
  • Provided in home care to patients with special needs, diabetic care, administered therapeutic injections, administered medication as prescribed.
  • Created a care plan for a patient with special needs and helped them cope with the challenges of everyday life.
  • Home Health Care Aide with training by a registered nurse to take care of terminal and special needs clients.
  • Provided quality care for special needs children with age appropriate activities, meals, and structure throughout the day.
  • Provide assistance to clients with special needs such as administering medication, health, safety and routine living skills.
  • Take care of elderly people in their homes with special needs and also provide physical therapy exercises when needed.
  • Assist with the day to day needs of children with special needs at school and at their home.
  • Involved a special needs child in several outside activities including hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, and four-wheeling.
  • Assisted special needs individuals with activities of daily living including feeding, dressing, exercising, and communicating.
  • Provided 1:1 home health for a variety of clients with special needs through agencies as well as privately.
  • Worked with special needs individual teaching daily living skills, money management, social skills, etc.
  • Provided individualized home health services to a resident with physical, behavioral, and cognitive special needs.
  • Cared for a special needs child, Cooked meals, Changed diapers, assisted him to sleep.
  • Ask the parents for any special needs their child may have such as allergies or feeding preferences.

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39. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • CNA*Provided outstanding care to patient's providing everyday assisted living.
  • 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.
  • Provided medical duties, similar to that of a CNA, to a bedridden patient suffering debilitating effects of a stroke.
  • Provided in-home CNA patient care, capturing patient vitals and administered dietary plans balancing restrictions and allergies with patient preferences.
  • Accompanied patients at home, assisting them with personal care needs, gaining valuable experiences needed to become a CNA.
  • Assisted patients with personal care needs as a CNA under direct supervision from medical staff in the Stepping Stone Department.
  • Performed CNA services such as bathing, dressing, toileting, and wound dressing changes, to a quadriplegic man.
  • Learned the basics of assessing patient vital signs under the tutelage of my mother who is also a CNA.
  • Assist CNA in documenting all changes in vital signs, skin color, behavior, eating habits, etc.
  • Lead nurse responsible for supervising nurses and CNA and making sure that patients met criteria for home care.
  • Provided patient care, assisted in activities of daily living, trained new CNA staff in hospice procedures.
  • Bathe him during times when the CNA was not available to make her visits due to inclement weather.
  • Manage a patient load in the field Assist the scheduling coordinator in setting up patients schedule with the CNA/HHA
  • Served as CNA, providing compassionate, quality in-home care for parents, administered and monitored medications.
  • Utilized skills learned in CNA classes to aid the elderly in continuing to live at home.
  • Performed CNA Supervisory visits * Performed admission assessments utilizing Medicare (Oasis) and JACO Standards.
  • Take care of senior citizen, home care, working in the hospital as a CNA.
  • Provided daily personal care; performed CNA duties and provided transportation in van with wheelchair lift.
  • Performed duties of a CNA, as well as cared for clients in their homes.

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40. Daily Tasks

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Here's how Daily Tasks is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Assisted adults with mental retardation and developmental disabilities in performing adaptive skills and daily tasks.
  • Supervised daily tasks and assisted in the educational and emotional development of two children.
  • Assisted individuals from various cultural and economic backgrounds perform daily tasks with dignity.
  • Assisted student with a disability on prioritizing and scheduling daily tasks and responsibilities.
  • Performed daily tasks including housekeeping, grocery shopping and laundry
  • Care for 37 year old adult, administer daily medications, prepare food and assist with dressing and other daily tasks.
  • Managed oversight of daily tasks and goal setting techniques to establish a routine with clients allowing them to achieve their goals.
  • Helped with daily tasks such as grocery shopping, dishes, laundry, home maintenance, gardening, and cooking.
  • Assisted elderly and handicapped consumers with daily tasks: bathing and grooming, cooking, cleaning, and bedtime preparation.
  • General daily tasks typically include assisting her with activities of daily living, providing comfort, and light housekeeping duties.
  • Assisted clients with daily tasks, such as budgeting, grocery shopping and picking up medications from the pharmacy.
  • Assisted an elderly man to complete daily tasks such as grocery shopping, driving to appointments, and cleaning.
  • Completed daily tasks such as, bathing, cooking meals, housekeeping and transportation to appointments / ran errands.
  • Assist the elderly including disabled, chronically ill, and cognitively impaired with daily tasks at their place of residence
  • Assisted patients in their homes with personal hygiene, meal preparation, taking medications, and other daily tasks.
  • Assisted client with daily tasks that could not be completed without assistance such as toileting, grooming and bathing.
  • Coordinated the transfer of out-of-state doctors and medications, aide him with daily tasks, doctor appointments and activities.
  • Assist the physically and mentally impaired to enhance their life quality by managing the completion of daily tasks.
  • Assist with the daily tasks of elderly, mentally disabled, chronically ill, or physically challenged clients.
  • Assisted long term care patients with daily tasks including general hygiene, meal prepping and scheduling medical visits.

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41. Personal Needs

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Here's how Personal Needs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Prepare patient meals Create sanitary environment Accompany patients on outings Assist patients with personal needs
  • Provide companionship, conversation, ambulatory stabilization; assistance with personal needs.
  • Assisted mentally handicapped adults with daily personal needs.
  • Assisted physically challenged woman with all personal needs
  • Provided personal needs assistance as required.
  • Assisted elderly persons with daily personal needs; for example: provide medication, transportation and food service (feeding).
  • Assisted Client's With Personal Needs Such As Bathing, Eating, Medications, Dressing, Grooming, Transportation, and Vitals
  • Set appointments, arranged daily schedules, kept daily medication chart, prepared meals, help with personal needs and ran errands
  • Transport clients where they need to go, assist client with personal needs, cleaning and help around the house and companionship
  • Assisted with daily personal needs including hygiene care, cooking and serving meals, and cleaning all areas of home.
  • Attended to all personal needs for an elderly gentleman in his home Performed all activities of daily living on all shifts
  • Performed various client care, activities and related nonprofessional service essential to caring for personal needs and comfort of clients.
  • Assisted clients with all day to day personal needs, housework, grocery shopping, assisted clients with walking and sitting
  • Assist clients with personal needs such as bathing, grooming, dressing, preparing meals, maintaining a clean environment.
  • Care Attendant, cared for disabled/handicapped adults, assisted with personal needs such as feeding, bathing, and exercise.
  • Take care of clients personal needs such as bathing, hygiene, companionship, medicine reminders, and running errands.
  • Provide assistance for the teacher and staff who work with him and care for his personal needs throughout the day.
  • Transport to doctors' offices, take to appointments, dispense medications, provide support for daily personal needs.
  • Provided assistance to residents for all personal needs, including, but not limited to activities of daily living.
  • Performed all tasks involved with providing quality in-home care for clients with wide variety of medical and personal needs.

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42. Elderly Clients

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Here's how Elderly Clients is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Provided Medicaid/Waiver services to disabled and elderly clients in an ethical and proficient manner
  • Provided companionship, transportation and light housekeeping for elderly clients.
  • Promoted and encouraged positive behavior in elderly clients.
  • Provide medication reminders to elderly clients.
  • Home health aide for disabled and elderly clients, assisting in basic needs, involved expensive traveling, preparing meals, housekeeping
  • Care for elderly clients each day by assisting with bathing, dressing, to toilet, bedpan, transfers and ambulation.
  • Enabled sick or elderly clients to live independently by assisting him with activities of daily living such as cooking and cleaning.
  • Started up my own company; worked independently and with other caregivers to provide the best service for my elderly clients.
  • Assisted elderly clients with ambulation, errands, driving to appointments, cooking, dishes, cleaning and in personal hygiene.
  • Assisted elderly clients with activities of daily living, maintained cleanliness of their homes, prepared meals, and gave medication reminders
  • Perform frequent transfers and lifting of elderly clients, in an out beds, baths, wheel chairs, and autos.
  • Entrusted to deliver supportive service to hundreds of elderly clients in their homes while assuring that their individualized needs were met.
  • Assisted elderly clients, performed house cleaning, prepared meals, provided transportation to appointments and ran errands and provided companionship.
  • Assisted elderly clients with personal care, Ran daily errands (postal, bank, pharmacy, grocery store etc.)
  • Home Health Aide taking care elderly clients and doing daily chores in home and transportation when need it for the client.
  • Assisted elderly clients in their daily living activities, such as errands, cleaning, laundry, cooking and bathing.
  • Provided proper personal care and companionship to elderly clients in nursing home, hospice care, or their private homes.
  • Provided assistance to elderly clients within their homes, including meal preparation, house cleaning, companionship and assistance with daily
  • Assisted elderly clients with daily errands such as: doctors appointments, bill paying, grocery shopping and light housework.
  • Help elderly clients with light house keeping, run errands, baths, meal prep, and dressing assistance.

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43. Everyday Needs

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Here's how Everyday Needs is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Cared for their emotional, physical and everyday needs including nutrition, medicine administration and hygiene.
  • Helped highly behavioral disabled in assisting living with everyday needs.
  • Assisted an elderly woman with her everyday needs: errands, grooming & personal hygiene, preparing meals, & companionship.
  • Helped her with her everyday needs such as showering, cooking, cleaning, going to appointments, and grocery shopping.
  • Assist a physically handicapped man in a wheel chair with everyday needs and all communication using a unique specialized spelling system.
  • Take care of the patients with everyday needs, changing bed sheets, helping with bed pan, showers, transportation.
  • Provide services such as home cleaning, meal preparation, running errands, medication check, and assistance with everyday needs.
  • Assisted with clients everyday needs, bathing, feeding, light cleaning, medication, doctor's appointment, etc.
  • Worked in the seniors home and helped them with their everyday needs such as cooking, cleaning, and bathing.
  • Home Health Aide Assist clients in their everyday needs including but not limited to cleaning, meal preparation, and transportation
  • Assisted clients with their everyday needs such as bathing, brushing teeth, clothing themselves, and prepared their food.
  • Assist clients with their everyday needs/ schedules so that they can maintain their independence while keeping a piece of mind
  • Assisted adults and children in everyday needs such as: showering, feeding, changing clothes, and cleaning.
  • Help assist the elderly residents with their everyday needs such as wake up, wash, dress and bathe.
  • Encouraged patients to live independently so that at time of discharge patients feel confident about their everyday needs and abilities
  • Attended to clients everyday needs including personal hygiene, preparing meals, distributing medication, cleaning, and daily charting
  • Provided clients with everyday needs that dealt with their health, nutrition, safety and overall well being.
  • Assist patient with everyday needs (personal hygiene, using the restroom, grooming, etc.).
  • Assisted elderly patients with their vital, everyday needs in order for Them to have an adequate lifestyle.
  • Assisted him with his everyday needs such as going to the bathroom, getting dressed, and shaving.

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44. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Determined to learn and demonstrate patience and ability to effectively communicate with elderly citizens, children and individuals with deformities.
  • Developed highly empathetic client relationships and earned reputation for exceeding elderly daily living routines.
  • Communicated with physicians regarding needs and concerns; ensured compliance with physician instructions.
  • Participated as a team member to ensure appropriate service to all internal/external customers.
  • Developed highly empathetic client relationships and earned reputation for exceeding patient care.
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs.
  • Record activity, nutrition and medications-keep daily journal for family and doctors.
  • Initiated positive social interaction and facilitated learning opportunities in a home environment.
  • Cleaned and organized space for effective education and a learning environment.
  • Coordinate a variety of learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Monitored seven individuals for any health concerns and safety.
  • Assisted RN with all non-invasive procedures including medication distribution.
  • Communicated pertinent client information to RN Case Managers.
  • Assisted clients with personal hygiene and mediated/managed concerns.
  • Practice California State safety standards and privacy policies.
  • Learned communication skills with elderly living.
  • Performed my job to the best of my ability to earn respect and be the best role model for our future.
  • Assessed patient condition by monitoring vital signs; recording intake and output; reviewing patient care journal; keeping family informed.
  • Assisted with basic patient care activities and with procedures ordered by physician and supervised by a registered nurse (RN).
  • Garnered praise from nursing staff and patients as a result of diligent work, positive communication and quick, accurate productivity.

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45. Client Condition

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Here's how Client Condition is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Visited multiple patients to write reports on client condition and managed corporate-client administrative affairs.
  • Communicated with supervisors and client family about observations and changes in client condition.
  • Maintained records of services performed to notify supervisor/family of changes in client condition.
  • Visited clients home monitored client condition daily by observing physical and mental condition.
  • Maintained and updated client condition and activity documents on a regular basis.
  • Monitored client condition by observing physical and mental status during everyday routine.
  • Escorted clients to appointments* Meal preparation and house keeping* Monitored client conditions
  • Maintained and updated client condition and activity documents as scheduled.
  • Monitored client conditions by observing behavior and physical performance.
  • Assessed client condition, took vital signs, recorded input/output, and documented care in accordance to client's care plan.
  • Prepared and maintained records of client progress and reporting changes in client condition through the Case Management System (CSM).
  • Prepare and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to guardian and family members.
  • 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 Report changes in client condition to nurse Perform housekeeping duties Prepare meals Transport clients
  • Monitor client condition by observing physical and mental condition and record patient information by making entries in the client journal.
  • Prepare and maintain records of client progress and services performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager or supervisor.
  • Follow emergency procedures in the event of any incident, accident, injury or significant changes in the client condition.
  • Monitored client condition by observing physical and mental condition(s), intake and output, and exercise.
  • Developed lines of communication with related health-care providers to inform them and be informed of changes in client condition.
  • Confer with client's husband about any progress and services performed, reporting changes in client conditions.

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46. HHA

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Here's how HHA is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Supervised daily computer operations involving scheduling of HHA's and Homemakers.
  • Certified HHA with all prerequisite certifications and vaccinations.
  • Develop plan of care for patients, closely follow CHHA to ensure proficiency in skills and conduct discharge planning as appropriate.
  • Document or otherwise report observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses as reported by HHA.
  • Prepared the weekly schedules for the HHA and HA supervised their visits and completed annual appraisals for these employees.
  • Work within the CHHA's scope of practice, as directed and report in writing to the Nursing Supervisor.
  • Field supervision of 90 Home Health Aides and six HHA Scheduling Supervisors in the VNA portion of the company.
  • Mobilize and coordinate services of DME suppliers, pharmacies, labs, therapists and arrange for HHA's.
  • Operated as primary contact of HHA phone line to report patient s concerns with the appropriate department.
  • Provide ongoing tracking of HHA staff to ensure compliance with NYS mandates, and schedule/implement all in-services.
  • Established effective branding and presence in the assigned target area for both the MLTC and CHHA programs.
  • Managed 13-16 HHA, maintained daily and weekend schedules, responsible for yearly Home Health Assistant evaluations.
  • Provided in home direct care, specialized in patient with dementia followed by HHA plan of care.
  • Supervised the CHHA every 6 to 8 weeks with in the home, per state regulations.
  • Home Health Aide (HHA) * Provided for resident dependency needs and personal hygiene assistance.
  • Scheduled appointments for Registered Nurses to visit the patient and coordinated the arrival with the HHA.
  • Served as an HHA and also a companion for a 75 year old man in Newark.
  • Home Health Aides, CHHA- Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, feeding and elimination.
  • Work as HHA providing housekeeping, personal care and health care to clients in their homes.
  • Interview prospective HHA and HMKR employees and determine if they should proceed in the hiring process.

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47. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Follow food preparation instructions and serve all food and beverages according to cafeteria safety and sanitary policies.
  • Managed daily appointments, food preparation and feeding, personal hygiene, and behavioral/occupational therapies.
  • Assisted with such involvements as assisting with bathing/personal hygiene, dressing and food preparation/eating.
  • Coordinated activities including scheduling appointments laundry, food preparation, and maintenance of household.
  • Provided effective support including: personal hygiene/care, companionship and food preparation.
  • Instructed patients in food preparation and dietary requirements.
  • Shower assist medication reminder food preparation skin care etc
  • Provide assistance in food preparation and companionship.
  • Assist with food preparations and medication reinforcement.
  • Executed daily operations of food preparation.
  • Assist client with transport, food preparation, eating, bathing, dressing, and shopping, house-keeping and, medication.
  • Assist clients in their homes with housework, bathing, toileting, medication reminders, food preparation, transfers and companionship.
  • Assisted residents with becoming independent members of society, including handling currency, simple food preparation, health and exercise etc.etc.
  • Assisted with personal care, light housekeeping, food preparation, grocery shopping, transportation to doctor's appointments and companionship.
  • Keep doctor appointments, shopping, daily needs and food preparations Hospital visits disable client's cancer hospice patient at risk clients
  • Conducted routine housekeeping tasks including but not limited to Laundry, Food Preparation, Bathing & Grooming as well as feeding.
  • Assisted with daily living, hygiene, medication, food preparation, pet care, house cleaning, and laundry.
  • Assisted elderly patient with severe dementia and medical issues in all aspects of daily life from hygiene to food preparation.
  • Assist clients with Activities of daily living, food preparation, light housework, short errands, and appointment scheduling.
  • Assist with bathing, dressing, food preparation, cooking, feeding and light housekeeping as well as pet care.

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48. In-Home

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Here's how In-Home is used in Home Health Aid jobs:
  • Delivered outstanding in-home care of elderly and/or developmentally disabled individuals ranging from general housekeeping and respite care to supervised medical treatments.
  • Conducted in-home clinical care and assistance; provided daily living activities for disabled adults with intellectual, developmental and personality disorders.
  • Provided compassionate personal care to in-home clients keeping accurate records and communicating with other professionals for optimal care
  • Provided daily in-home care and companionship to elderly persons with a variety of medical requirements.
  • Provided in-home care and assistance for critically ill and geriatric family members with cognitive deficits.
  • Provided excellent in-home care of elderly and/or developmentally disabled individuals.
  • Provided in-home companionship services to elderly residents in the community.
  • Provided in-home care to individuals with developmental and physical disabilities.
  • Provided quality and compassionate in-home care to elderly patient.
  • Provided highly personalized in-home care for recovering stroke patient.
  • Provided in-home care for individuals who were mentally/physically challenged.
  • Administered client medication and offered structured in-home services.
  • Delivered in-home care to disabled children and family members
  • Provide professional in-home care to disabled senior citizens.
  • Provide in-home support services for disabled individual.
  • Coordinated all in-home therapy and therapeutic recreation.
  • Provided in-home health care to Alzheimer's/dementia patient
  • Specialized in provision of in-home elderly care
  • General in-home medical care of senior patients
  • Delivered in-home care to paralyzed patients.

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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.
  • Helped patients care for themselves by teaching use of cane or walker, and special utensils to eat.
  • 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.
  • 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

low Demand
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 Skill for a Home Health Aid

Meal Prep21%
Personal Care13.1%
RUN Errands11%
Laundry Services10.7%
Patient Care8.5%
Companionship6.7%
Vital Signs3.7%
Medical Appointments3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Home Health Aid

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
17.3%
17.3%
2
2
Personal Care
Personal Care
10.8%
10.8%
3
3
RUN Errands
RUN Errands
9.1%
9.1%
4
4
Laundry Services
Laundry Services
8.9%
8.9%
5
5
Patient Care
Patient Care
7%
7%
6
6
Companionship
Companionship
5.5%
5.5%
7
7
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
3%
3%
8
8
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
2.8%
2.8%
9
9
ADL
ADL
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
2%
2%
11
11
Medication Reminders
Medication Reminders
2%
2%
12
12
Health Care
Health Care
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Bed Linens
Bed Linens
1.7%
1.7%
14
14
Dementia
Dementia
1.2%
1.2%
15
15
Nutritious Meals
Nutritious Meals
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
1%
1%
19
19
Hospice
Hospice
1%
1%
20
20
Household Supplies
Household Supplies
1%
1%
21
21
Household Chores
Household Chores
1%
1%
22
22
Oral Medications
Oral Medications
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Personal Services
Personal Services
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Independent Living
Independent Living
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Household Requirements
Household Requirements
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Hoyer
Hoyer
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
Dietary Requirements
Dietary Requirements
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
CPR
CPR
0.7%
0.7%
31
31
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Daily Care
Daily Care
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Skin Care
Skin Care
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Oral Hygiene
Oral Hygiene
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Elderly Patients
Elderly Patients
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Special Needs
Special Needs
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
CNA
CNA
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Daily Tasks
Daily Tasks
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Personal Needs
Personal Needs
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Elderly Clients
Elderly Clients
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Everyday Needs
Everyday Needs
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
RN
RN
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Client Condition
Client Condition
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
HHA
HHA
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
In-Home
In-Home
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Special Utensils
Special Utensils
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Special Techniques
Special Techniques
0.3%
0.3%

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