Top Personal Care Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Personal Care Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Personal Care Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 28.9% of Personal Care Assistant resumes contained Personal Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Personal Care Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Personal Care Assistant resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide personal care to an individual with physical disabilities in a low-income situation.
  • Acted as supervisor and office manager when Personal Care Coordinator was unavailable.
  • Administer bedside and personal care: ambulatory and personal hygiene assistance.
  • Administered bedside and personal care, including mobility and hygiene assistance.
  • Assisted with the personal care and household responsibility/ability to escort.
  • Supervised location of individuals for secure assurance of personal care.
  • Provided personal care for an individual with a physical disability.
  • Administered quality bedside and personal care including personal hygiene.
  • Self-employed Personal Care Assistant for two elderly individuals.
  • Provided personal care for residents with memory deficits.
  • Provided personal care for handicapped individual.
  • Provided personal care for disabled consumer.
  • Assisted client with personal care activities such as getting out of bed, bathing, washing hair, dressing and grooming.
  • Perform direct services tasks: housekeeping, home management, personal care and emotional support of clients living in their homes.
  • Helped them with personal care needs, assisted them with daily activities, a lot of redirecting and prompting behavioral issues.
  • Maintain order of personal care areas including bath/shower, changing bed linen and personal clothing, meal preparation, light cleaning.
  • Provide in-home personal care for disable patients: feeding, bathing, hair care, nail care, and personal hygiene.
  • Assisted clients with activities of daily living, personal care and hygiene, light housekeeping and went on errands when needed.
  • Provide daily support and personal care to residents which includes the administration of prescribe medications and coordinate the work flow.
  • Provide routine individualized personal care such as bathing, dressing, feeding and grooming of patient at the patients home.

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2. RUN Errands

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Here's how RUN Errands is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist clients with personal needs.medication.meals.run errands.cleaning.
  • Change bed linens, Take client to all medical appointment's, Run errands, clean house, Give medicine when needed
  • Take care of patients in their home, check vital signs, chart, prepare meals, run errands for patients.
  • Prepare and cook meals, bathe, dress, administer medication, run errands, and clean/maintain household for three individuals
  • Assisted with daily activities such as showering, grooming, feeding, run errands, and assisted with dressing them.
  • Assisted with light housekeeping, administered medicine, run errands such as, grocery shopping and medicine pickup from pharmacy.
  • Bathe, groom, clean up surrounding area, make bed, fix light breakfast and run errands daily.
  • Assist people in their homes with daily cares, hygiene cares, prepare and cook food, run errands.
  • Cook, do light housekeeping, run errands, bathe, help with hygiene- for elderly and disabled persons.
  • Meet needs of patient such as: cooking, cleaning, laundry, run errands, companionship... etc.
  • Assist clients with daily routine such as hygiene bathing, prepare meals, light housekeeping and run errands for client
  • Helped run errands such as getting groceries, picking up medicine prescriptions, and getting the mail.
  • Provide care for elderly or disabled individuals Perform duties such as cleaning and cooking Run errands Provide companionship
  • Assisted disabled patient in home with eating, cleaning, administered medications and help run errands.
  • Bathed, help clean, cook, provide transportation, and run errands with my patient.
  • Cook, clean, assist with daily tasks such as shower and getting dressed, run errands
  • Prepare food, manage laundry, run errands including grocery shopping, bills and mail handling.
  • Light housekeeping, data entry, answer phones, social media coordinator, and run errands.
  • Run errands, assisted with administrative duties and provided transportation services to the patient as needed.
  • Prepare meals, clean, run errands and provide assistance to elderly and people with disabilities.

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3. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Coordinated all aspects of their care, including meal preparation, personal hygiene assistance, medication support/administration and housekeeping.
  • Fostered healthy environment for diabetic patients through meal preparation, medication dispensing, and glucose and blood pressure monitoring
  • Directed additional activities of daily living including bathing, grooming, meal preparation and housekeeping
  • Job description personal care light housekeeping meal prep transportation doctor appointment and grocery shopping.
  • Assisted with daily living rituals including hygiene, meal preparation, and extra-curricular
  • Provided transportation and meal preparation to individuals as a live in caregiver.
  • Administrated Medication assists with bathing, meal preparation light housekeeping dressing, toileting
  • Coordinate daily activities to coincide with medication intake and meal preparations.
  • Executed daily operations of meal preparation and taking of medications.
  • Provide companionship along with light housekeeping and meal preparation.
  • Performed all household and personal tasks including meal preparation.
  • Ensured proper and nutritional meal preparation.
  • Provided assistance with meal preparation.
  • Assisted with ADLS such as, toileting, bathing, grooming, dressing, laundry, meal prep, and medication.
  • Assisted client with shopping, meal preparation, personal care, taking him to appointments, and administering medications and treatments.
  • Provide in home care services to the elderly and disabled such as, meal prep, cleaning, bathing, etc.
  • Worked with the elderly helping with meal prep, Personal Hygiene needs, and Medication reminders, as well as companionship.
  • Helped with meal preparation, laundry, showers or baths, trash, get ready for the day/night, make beds.
  • Work included light housekeeping, medication reminders, meal prep, daily hygiene assistance, doctor appointments, and grocery shopping.
  • Provided assistance for a student with disabilities, including all facets of care, light housekeeping, errands and meal preparation.

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4. Companionship

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Here's how Companionship is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided compassionate and reassuring care and companionship to client with physical and developmental disabilities; encouraged social engagement and interactions
  • Performed light house work, attended/scheduled doctors appointments, passed medication, companionship, helped with financial budgeting
  • Facilitated therapeutic stretches, AROM/PROM; assisted with functional transfers; provided mental stimulation and companionship
  • Improved client quality of life by providing companionship and maintaining social independence.
  • Promoted a positive environment by providing companionship and conversation to clients.
  • Monitor proper intake of medications, ensure safety and provide companionship.
  • Provided companionship, encouragement, and a listening understanding ear.
  • Assist clients with daily chores Medication reminders Provide companionship Prepare meals
  • Assist with companionship and social interaction for cognitively challenged individuals.
  • Accompanied patients to scheduled appointments providing transportation assistance and companionship.
  • Provided client with companionship and friendship on a professional level
  • Provide companionship Running of personal errands and grocery shopping
  • Provide companionship, socialization, and housekeeping services.
  • Provide Companionship and Motivate patient to become independent.
  • Provided caring companionship to developmentally disabled patients.
  • Dedicated to high-quality patient care and companionship.
  • Provided companionship and conversation for elderly persons.
  • Provided conversation and companionship to patients.
  • Offered companionship to resident by listening.
  • Provide companionship through reading and storytelling.

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5. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist client with ADL such feeding bathing grooming medication light housekeeping cooking charting setting up doctor appointments and transportation to and from
  • Teach two young girls with significant medical and special needs skills to increase independence with ADL's/ IADL's and community engagement.
  • Provided home care, assistance with ADL's, Foley catheter care, light dressing changes, lifting and mobility assistance.
  • Bed bathes and showers, groom dress, feed, and assist residents in daily living activities (ADL's).
  • Assist residents with ADL's, help with meals, pass out medications, one on one with residents, paperwork
  • Assisted in ADL's, getting out into the community, and assisting them in taking care of their home.
  • Assist with medication assist wound care assist with house cleaning and meals preparation assist with all ADL'S.
  • Assisted resident's with daily ADL's * Provided on-call care at all times of day and night.
  • Provide in-home maximum assistance with activities of daily living (ADL's), for physically disabled woman.
  • Traveled to and from assigned clients homes assisting with ADL's as need or listed on care plan.
  • Assist with ADL's, meals, transportation, groceries, and any other needs requested by patient
  • Assist residents with regular ADL's, cleaning, laundry, assisted residents with eating, etc
  • Performed restorative nursing techniques including proper positioning, ADL training, and Passive Range of Motion.
  • Support and ensure that patient is actively engaging in activities of daily living (ADL).
  • Facilitated ADL's and assisted patient with functional mobility to increase comfort and quality of life.
  • Assist in the ADL'S of residents, charting any changes in condition with the residents.
  • Assisted client with ADL such as bathing, grooming, and other personal hygiene tasks.
  • Assisted with ADLS, reported changes to RN, documented care, assisted with errands.
  • Assisted clients with ADL's, wound care, PROM, reminiscence therapy, validation.
  • Assisted residents with ADL's which included grooming, escorting, answering call lights.

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6. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide transportation for/accompany to medical appointments
  • Provide medication on daily basis, accompany to medical appointments and following all recommendations provided by medical providers and guardians.
  • Transported and accompanied client to medical appointments, provided daily medications, and assured confidentiality of all client information.
  • Advocated for appropriate educational, social and therapeutic services by attending IEP meetings, diagnostic assessments and medical appointments.
  • Provided assistance to clients that included personal grooming, medical appointments, medication assistance, housekeeping, shopping and companionship
  • Manage client medical files and medical appointments and clearly and effectively communicate important patient information to medical professionals.
  • Provided reminders about scheduled medications, ran errands, shopped, and assisted with transportation to medical appointments
  • Provided transportation to medical appointments as well as outings planned for personal enjoyment and socialization.
  • Provided transportation and assisted with medical appointments as well as any other destinations or errands.
  • Assist residents to medical appointments; liaison between medical personnel and agency Registered Nurse.
  • Assisted client with physical therapy exercises and drove client to/accompanied them at medical appointments
  • Assist consumer with attending medical appointments and provided support during the medical appointment.
  • Administered basic medications, planned activities and transported clients to scheduled medical appointments.
  • Escorted patient to doctor and setup and coordinated transportation and medical appointments.
  • Help transport individuals to their medical appointments, grocery and other housekeeping assignments
  • Accompanied ambulatory patients outside home, to medical appointments and social engagements.
  • Administered medication, assisted with therapy and accompanied patients to medical appointments.
  • Provide transportation to medical appointments, extracurricular activities, errands etc.
  • Attend medical appointments and assist with self-administration of medications.
  • Assist with medical appointments and any other medical responsibilities.

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7. Daily Living Activities

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Here's how Daily Living Activities is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Help the customer with household activities* Transport customer to doctor appointments and grocery store* Assist customer with daily living activities
  • Assisted developmentally disabled individuals with daily living activities to include; meal preparation; bathing; and housekeeping.
  • Assisted with daily living activities, administered medication, prepared meals and provided general housekeeping duties.
  • Performed personal assistance duties for medical care/medication management, emotional support, and daily living activities.
  • Administered medications including subcutaneous injections, assisted patient with daily living activities and physical mobility.
  • Assisted with daily living activities such as mobility/transfers and taking medication.
  • Assisted elderly with daily living activities in non-residential day program.
  • Assisted on a campus facility with individual daily living activities
  • Assist in daily living activities and provide excellent companionship
  • Assisted in instrumental daily living activities and behaviors.
  • Assisted patient with daily living activities such as; getting out of bed, taking medication, personal grooming and house keeping
  • Light housekeeping, assisted client with daily living activities, prepared meals, taken client to doctor appointments and grocery shopping.
  • Helped maintained and assist the elderly, convalescents, or persons with disabilities with daily living activities at the care facility.
  • Provided care for the elderly client, preparing meals and assisting with daily living activities, and monitored medical condition.
  • Assisted patients with disabilities in their daily living activities such as shopping, banking, cooking, and running errands.
  • Assisted patients in their daily living activities by providing personal services such as bathing, dressing, grooming and errands.
  • Assisted with daily living activities such as batting, getting dressed, cooking and maintained a clean and organized environment.
  • 31533Assisted patients with their daily living activities and worked closely with management to ensure all patients received the proper care.
  • Assist with medication reminder, light housekeeping, daily living activities, healthy nutrition, and physical and mental exercise.
  • Aided the elderly and disabled by assisting them with all daily living activities that included personal care to grocery shopping.

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8. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Monitor vital signs and scheduled medication intake under the direction of registered nurses and physiotherapists.
  • Administered medication, fulfilled doctor orders, recorded vital signs for forty-six patient facility.
  • Monitored vital signs and responded appropriately to the physical and emotional developmental needs.
  • Maintain facility cleanliness/take medical history & record vital signs for patients.
  • Administered medications including insulin and monitored vital signs and glucose levels.
  • Maintain records of resident vital signs and medications administered.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in taking medical histories and vital signs.
  • Measured and recorded vital signs; monitored medications.
  • Monitor oxygen and vital signs documenting daily results.
  • Recorded patient medical information and vital signs.
  • Performed electrocardiograms and vital signs.
  • Assisted residents with daily bathing, dressing, meals, laundry, making beds; took vital signs monthly and distributed medication
  • Displayed strong clinical skills in assessing vital signs, and glucose checks, and providing assistance with activities of daily living.
  • Monitor patient vital signs and assist them with day-to-day needs, such as: bathing, grooming, feeding, elimination.
  • Check vital signs, assist administering medication, reporting any changes in patients condition/ appearance, bathing, grooming, laundry.
  • Assist patients on renal/respiratory floor with activities of daily living, including bathing, personal hygiene, dressing and vital signs.
  • Take direction from leaders make sure all Vital Signs is done short intake outtake drawing blood shorting out JP tubes chest tubes
  • Cared for 15 clients, preforming health-care related task such as: personal hygiene, monitoring vital signs and administering medications.
  • Monitored patient vital signs and reported directly to Registered Nurses, charted vital signs, assisted with patient feeding and discharge.
  • Take patient vital signs, Assist with patient hygiene, Input digital patient charts, Assisted nurses with any other needs

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9. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Developed direct patient care skills, responding to medical/non-medical emergencies for elderly, disabled patients.
  • Reviewed and coordinated patient care with case managers and effectively managed medical care.
  • Provided patient care by taking vitals, providing personal care and administering medications.
  • Followed up with physicians regarding patient care and reviewed medical transcription.
  • Administer patient care and monitor progress including preparing and maintaining records.
  • Possess coordination and dexterity required to provide patient care skillfully.
  • Provided superior patient care services in a demanding environment.
  • Implemented and supported patient care-plans.
  • Provide patient care in a number of areas, including hygiene and physical needs, such as bathing and meal preparation.
  • Handled a variety of questions, issues, and patient care needs with the highest degree of professionalism and patient satisfaction.
  • Help patient care for themselves by teaching the use of walker or cane, special techniques and equipment for personal hygiene.
  • Assess patient condition by monitoring vital signs; recording intake and output; reviewing patient care journal; keeping family informed.
  • Assist with basic patient care activities and with procedures ordered by physician and supervised by a registered nurse (RN).
  • Provided patient care including Personal hygiene, Meal Preparation, Range of Motion, and all other activities of daily living.
  • Maintained records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems that were reported and discussed with supervising RN.
  • Performed patient care duties, such as assisting patients move, maintaining good hygiene and monitoring for signs of distress.
  • Job Description: Performed all patient care direct and indirect, assisting on outings with clients and day rehabilitation program.
  • Record patient care, condition, progress, and problems in order to report and discuss observations with case manager.
  • Provide Patient care such as: bathing, feeding, dressing, medication assistant, ambulatory care, and toileting.
  • Delivered specific patient care services to selected patients at the direction of and under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.

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10. Medication Reminders

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Here's how Medication Reminders is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with-bathing, dressing, and grooming-medication reminders and refilling son's prescriptions.-applying nonprescription topical medications to skin surface
  • Provide recreational activities and friendly conversation, assisting with errands, assisting with medication reminders.
  • Assisted with activities of daily living and provided companionship, medication reminders, accompanied on errands
  • Take and record vital sign Provide medication reminders Maintain calendar and organize ma
  • Administered medication under the supervision of a nurse or provided medication reminders.
  • Assist self-directing consumers with medication reminders or refilling the consumer s prescription.
  • Assist clients medical support, including activities of daily living and medication reminders
  • Provided companionship and performed medication reminders and accompanied to doctor appointments.
  • Provided medication reminders and supervision as participants followed medication regimens.
  • Assist with medication reminders and refilling medication prescriptions.
  • Provided light housekeeping, companionship, medication reminders
  • Provided medication reminders and laundry services.
  • Provided medication reminders to self-administer residents.
  • Provide medication reminders and meal preparations.
  • Provided medication reminders as needed.
  • Provided medication reminders to clients.
  • Assist with self-admin medication reminders.
  • Assisted elderly with medication reminders.
  • Self-directed consumers with medication reminders or refilling the consumer's prescription at the local pharmacy as specified on plan of care.
  • Complete light house, preparing and cooking meals, medication reminders, assist with personal hygiene, lifting and mobility assistance.

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11. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated and collaborated with health care professionals to improve care for physically, developmentally, and emotionally disabled clients.
  • Facilitated activities of daily living for dementia- diagnosed caseload of geriatric patients in a residential long-term health care community.
  • Maintained all proper documentation of patient contact information as well as excellent communication with the health care community.
  • Provided self care to developmentally disabled consumers and attended routine health care needs, including administering medication.
  • Maintain open communication between families and health care professionals regarding client s medical and emotional condition.
  • Completed state training and company health care requirements for Minnesota PCA certification.
  • Communicated with patients family members and collaborated with other health care providers
  • Hired and supervised additional health care personnel.
  • Performed health care related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication, under the direction of a registered nurse.
  • Conducted case management reviews and consulted with various health care providers to determine patients' needs and plan for continuing services.
  • Documented any change in patient's health and communicated the needed information to both patient's family and health care provider.
  • Carried out health care tasks, assisted with personal hygiene, light housekeeping and other related supportive tasks in patient home.
  • Managed the daily health care needs of a senior including mobility assistance, housekeeping duties, meal preparation and running errands.
  • Assist consumer with medication when needed; assist with usage of any devices in the home for health care needs.
  • Travel at times to attend or host events with a Health Care Advocate or attend conferences on health related topics.
  • Assist individuals with physical disabilities, mental impairments, and other health care needs with their activities of daily living.
  • Advise patients and their families on diet, cleanliness and health care needs; and other duties as assigned.
  • Conducted screening, diagnostic treatment and rehabilitative and supportive services as the tech on a primary health care team.
  • Communicate and take action with emergency client issues via home health care supervisors and families, exceed SLA's.
  • Job Duty: Providing outstanding assistance and adequate home health care for independent clients with physical and social limitations.

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12. Dementia

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Here's how Dementia is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided one-on-one supervision and assistance with activities of daily living to a client diagnosed with early- stage dementia
  • Worked primarily with elderly residents with dementia, disability and/or illness.
  • Assisted dementia patients with activities and daily cleaning personal care
  • Assisted dementia residents with every day living activities
  • Experience with individuals diagnosed with dementia.
  • Supervised an elderly patient with dementia
  • Assist residents with dementia with eating, bathing, changing and everything needed to help them maintain a normal everyday life.
  • Have worked in several assisted living homes, took care of my own father with dementia, when my Mother passed.
  • Assist with medication, I have experience with a feeding tubes, colostomy bags and clients that have dementia and more.
  • Assist residents some with dementia all of their daily activities including dressing, personal care, dining and activities.
  • Provide in home care to people who have illnesses such as cancer, stroke, and dementia.
  • Carry out warm-up activities, every day exercises, and stress reducing techniques to client with dementia.
  • Worked as a POS (Personal Care Giver) with patients diagnosed with Dementia in various stages.
  • Provided quality care to clients with dementia, and children and adults with cognitive and physical disabilities.
  • Assist dementia residents with everyday living tasks such as showering, laundry and assisting with toileting.
  • Provide direct care for disabled dementia and senior population in a license residential facility for groups.
  • Help residents suffering from dementia maintain a normal and active life, as their abilities allowed.
  • Provided total care for dementia patients, including feeding, bathing, dressing and toileting.
  • Assisted self-directing consumers with, MR, Dementia, Schizophrenia, and Self Mutilation Disorders
  • Experience working with patients with dementia, as well as patients with limited mobility.

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13. Household Chores

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Here's how Household Chores is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Scheduled clients weekly activities, maintained all household chores, communicated all client documentation to supervisors.
  • Assisted the elderly and disabled, in their homes, providing necessary assistance with bathing, household chores, and feeding.
  • Assist clients in daily activities, assist in personal hygiene, household chores, transporting to doctor's appoints, meal preparations
  • Assisted physically disabled and elderly individuals with daily tasks involving shopping, cooking, cleaning, household chores, etc.
  • Assisted the client with household chores including cooking meals, doing laundry, and assist with personal hygiene when necessary.
  • Assist patients with their daily living activities, which includes bathing, dressing, feeding, cleaning, household chores.
  • Provide an adequate and clean living environment by taking care of household chores and all animals in the home.
  • Performed basic household chores such as cooking, housekeeping, laundry, and accompany client on outing or appointments.
  • Assisted a young adult with quadriplegia with household chores, errands, and other related activities of daily living
  • Assist individuals with everyday learning and everyday living such as bathing, feeding, household chores, etc.
  • Serve as personal shopper and assistant providing light clerical duties, answering the telephone and household chores.
  • Assist physically restricted DORS recipient with household chores (cooking, cleaning, lifting, etc.)
  • Assisted the client with meal planning, small household chores, shopping and any other necessary assistance.
  • Assisted with hygiene care, laundered clothes, household chores, provided transportation to appointments as needed.
  • Provided relief and support to the client's family by helping with daily hygiene and household chores.
  • Assisted multiple patients with daily living activities such as bathing, household chores, and meals.
  • Perform a variety of duties as requested by client such as running errands and household chores.
  • Job Description- Assisted mental disabled clients with day to day household chores and other necessary activities.
  • Assisted with household chores such as laundry, household cleaning, cooking, and yard work.
  • Completed daily household chores, including but limited to laundry, dishes, cooking and cleaning.

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14. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Perform duties such as administering medication and monitoring clientele blood pressure.
  • Monitored blood pressure, medications and physical activity.
  • Give medicine, do laundry, take blood pressure, kitchen duty and wait tables during breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Administer medication, Blood pressure check, Weight checks, Blood sugar checks and track levels, Gave injections of insulin.
  • Recorded vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, or respiration rate, as directed by medical or nursing staff
  • General duties include but are not limited to taking and recording blood pressures and assisting patients with daily living skills.
  • Monitored client's well-being and oversaw health issues such as dementia, diabetes, high cholesterol and/or high blood pressure.
  • Sit with patients take patients on errands blood pressure check make sure patient take medicine clean for patient bathe patient
  • Performed tasks such as cooking, cleaning, taking blood pressure, and ran personal errands for the client.
  • Check blood pressure, Administer medications, Schedule and take patient to appointments, Check sugar levels and Insulin injections
  • Volunteer nurse for blood pressure screening, BMI measurements and community health education for Southern Nevada Black Nurses Association.
  • Implemented all requests made by RN, closely monitored patient heart rate, blood pressure, and respiratory rate.
  • Assist daily living, partial bed bath, check blood pressure, nail care, dressing and feeding.
  • Charted medicine intake, weight, blood pressure, and also what their day was like for them.
  • Monitored and recorded vital signs, height, weight, blood pressure, temperature, pulse, respiration.
  • Administered medications, and taking vitals, blood pressure, pulse, and O2 levels when needed.
  • Obtained patient temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure; with watchful care for patient reactions.
  • Communicate any changes in patient's condition pertaining to blood pressure, sugar levels and other vitals.
  • Document and compile clients and/or employee incident reports, progress reports, blood pressure and medication logs.
  • Performed medical tasks such as injections, breathing treatments, blood pressure, wound maintenance, etc.

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15. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided behaviorally/emotional/academic support to special needs students.
  • Administer medication to special needs infant following indications provided by the primary care physician.
  • Provide one-on-one assistance to special needs children to functionally participate in class activities.
  • Assisted individuals with special needs different behavior mechanisms and approaches to everyday living
  • Monitored and recorded data of individuals, focusing on specific/special needs.
  • Provide one-to-one behavioral health interventions to children with special needs.
  • Provided individual attention toward children with special needs.
  • Improved behavioral/emotional/academic progress of special needs students.
  • Assist a home-based special needs individual
  • Coached children with special needs consisting of fostering supervision, personal safety, educational tutoring, personal hygiene, and fitness training
  • Provided care to client with special needs, and developed daily schedules of activities while forming a relationship with the individual.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non- English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Assist special needs students with daily educational and personal activities, including classwork, play etiquette, and personal hygiene.
  • Provided care to home-bound/special needs/disabled client diagnosed with End Stage MS via the CDPAP Program for New York State Medicaid.
  • Attend to special needs adult woman daily medication, bathing grooming daily routine drive to appointments all duties in the facility/home
  • Serve as a trained care provider for a family with a child with special needs utilizing the level 1 waiver.
  • Assist in the personal care of special needs students Worked in multiple capacities as a substitute for the JM School District
  • Assist with special needs patients with daily routine including grooming/hygiene, dressing, preparing meals, cleaning, and appointments.
  • Assisted patients with special needs in their daily routines, including cooking, cleaning, shopping, and personal grooming.
  • Assist client with special needs, mentor special needs clients, assist clients with the duties listed on their goal plan

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16. Alzheimer

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Here's how Alzheimer is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Help stimulate residents with Alzheimer's/ Dementia by performing memory care activities.
  • Developed and coordinated daily activities for individual with Alzheimer's disease.
  • Worked extensively with Alzheimer and dementia patients.
  • Experienced working with the elderly, Alzheimer's or dementia patients, physically disabled clients, mentally disabled clients, children.
  • Certified PCA for a variety of clients including: elderly with Alzheimer's, Dementia, mentally and physically challenged children
  • Provided day and overnight care for Alzheimer patient, including overseeing all logistical details and liaised with family regarding medical care
  • Managed, hired, fired, and trained team of personal care assistants for elderly client with Alzheimer's Disease.
  • Provided care for Alzheimer's, Dementia, and Brain Injury residents in a 17-bed long-term assisted living care facility.
  • Assisted Living, Alzheimer's/Dementia, Hospice, Skilled Nursing / Short Term Rehabilitation, and Long Term Care Units.
  • Assisted Alzheimer's patients in nursing home with daily activities of life such as bathing, dressing, etc.
  • Enhanced quality of life, cognition, and independence by engaging Alzheimer residents in meaningful and appropriated structured activities.
  • Experience working with Alzheimer's Disease, various stages of Dementia, Parkinson's Disease, Diabetes and COPD.
  • Experience with in-home care for clients with medical conditions including paralysis, stroke, dementia, and Alzheimer.
  • Provided assistance to residents in the Alzheimer's/Dementia unit to ensure they were able to complete their ADL's.
  • Worked on the dementia\Alzheimer unit on overnight night shift answering call lights and toileted residents through the night.
  • Experienced working with the elderly, Alzheimer's or dementia patients, clients with major illnesses and children.
  • Care for clients with physical, emotional, or cognitive (e.g., Alzheimer's) impairments.
  • Assist residents with basic skills, dressing, bathing, assist residents with Alzheimer's and dementia.
  • Provide kind companionship to seniors & elders needing dementia, Alzheimer's care & mobility support.
  • Provided end of life care to mother with Alzheimer's through Senior and Disabled Services 2011-2012.

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17. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist patient with daily needs-Housekeeping-Cooking-Grooming-Behavior monitoring
  • Provided all daily needs, medications, transportation and involvement in community activities.
  • Attend to the individual, and help take care of their daily needs to maintain their hygiene, comfort and well-being.
  • Assist residents with daily needs such as showering, dressing, doing laundry, removing trash from rooms, and serving dinner
  • Help with daily needs such as hooking up feeds, dispensing medicines and watching him throughout the day when needed.
  • Assist clients with daily needs cooking cleaning house work grocery shopping if needed make sure clients are satisfied with in-home service
  • Provided the daily needs of an individual, such as running errands, bathing, toileting, dressing and feeding.
  • Assisted residents with daily needs, took and recorded vital signs, provided support to residents and their families.
  • Take care of patients daily needs, as far as providing baths, medications, cleaning, and running errands
  • Assist each client with their daily needs, while maintaining positive relationships with the client and their families.
  • Provided assistance with daily needs: showering, meals, exercising, and driving her to different events.
  • Assist and support people with personal care and daily needs and to maintain their health and well being.
  • Ensured safety of patients by adhering to house rules, assisted with daily needs and transported/supervised during outings
  • House work Tend to the patients daily needs which include feeding, and bathing and other ADL's
  • Assisted patient with daily needs including but not limited to: meal preparation, feeding, bathing.
  • Cared for their daily needs: bathing, housekeeping, dietary, laundry, and daily errands.
  • Take care of the daily needs of residents with Alzheimer's and dementia, including office work.
  • Helped elderly residents with basic daily needs such as showering, dressing, meals and medication.
  • Assist quadriplegic client with daily needs such as bathing, grooming, cleaning and meal preparation.
  • Direct Care Staff- Assisting our consumers with their daily needs, daily activities and light housekeeping.

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18. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide excellent customer service by constantly meeting and exceeding established productivity and quality standards of the job.
  • Delivered excellent customer services to internal clients, team members and all family/public encounters.
  • Provided customer service in the demonstration process and motivated customers to purchase demo items.
  • Maintained a positive attitude and provided excellent customer service to residents.
  • Encouraged engagement with other students and helped him with behavior management.customer service
  • Provided excellent customer service including handling reception desk duties as needed.
  • Provided excellent customer service to physically challenged clients.
  • Provide customer service to potential residents.
  • Addressed responsibilities for the curriculum, faculty, budget/marketing, student recruitment, student services, job placement and customer service.
  • Provide assistance with customer service by greeting visitors, answering incoming calls, directing as needed and/or provide information.
  • Provide resident with personal needs according to customer service plan including dressing, bathing, mobility and transport.
  • Train new employees on second shift to deliver exceptional customer service and a high level of care.
  • Demonstrate excellent customer service relations with clients, co-workers, referral sources and other pertinent to business.
  • Used my amazing customer service skills to spend time with the client for most of his day.
  • Performed Front Desk Duties, including data entry, customer service, fax, and filing.
  • Provide customer service for each client's need via phone, email and in person communication.
  • Worked patient with qualify customer service towards irate clientele in their personal homes and facilities.
  • Assist Customer Service representatives with Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse benefits, authorizations and claims.
  • Provided excellent care for an individual based on my customer service skills and compassion.
  • Help with personal cares Companionship Light duty house cleaning Scheduling Answering phone Provide customer service

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19. Skin Care

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Here's how Skin Care is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided routine skin care and assisted self-directing consumers in applying nonprescription topical medications to skin surface.
  • Help with bathing bed bath changed pads diapers sweep mop dust change bed linens vacuum skin care laundry trash & etc.
  • Perform personal care tasks including but not limited to bathing, hair care, oral hygiene, nail or skin care.
  • Provide basic nursing care, including bathing, hair care, oral hygiene, nail care, skin care and shaving.
  • Assist residents with bathing, toileting, oral hygiene, skin care, grooming, nail care and dressing needs.
  • Provided good skin care for patient and observed patient's skin and then reported results to Registered Nurse when necessary.
  • Assist with eating, meal preparation, skin care, personal hygiene, as well as transfers and ambulation.
  • Helped patients with personal care and grooming, including bathing, dressing, toileting, hair and skin care.
  • Perform personal hygiene task, including shower, tub or baths, hair, nail and skin care.
  • Provide skin care and assist with self directing the patient medications and refilling prescriptions at the local pharmacy.
  • Assist the client with personal care activities including bathing, skin care, dressing and feeding.
  • Provide routine skin care by helping patient in applying nonprescription topical medications to skin surface.
  • Change simple dressings, provide skin care, or assist with braces and artificial limbs.
  • Range Motions activities, transferring from bed to chairs, walking, skin care.
  • Assist residents with toileting, showers, skin care, wound care, etc.
  • Assist with toileting, bathing, grooming and skin care necessary for personal hygiene.
  • Assisted with toileting, skin care to maintain the health of the skin.
  • Experience in catheter care, vitals, skin care and appropriate lifting skills.
  • Assisted with bathing, dressing, toileting, grooming and routine skin care.
  • Follow infection control policy/procedure: (a) Follow patient skin care protocol.

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20. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted Residents with -Dressing/ Undressing -Showers-Toileting-Transferring-Feeding-Activities Assistant * CPR Certified/ First Aid
  • Received extensive training in First Aid, CPR, Client Lifts and Pivots, and Nonviolent Crisis Prevention.
  • Certified in CPR, First Aid, and trained to use various pieces of medical equipment.
  • Provide emergency services in cases of crises by administering CPR and / or First Aid.
  • Maintained CPR and First Aid Certification and was able to respond appropriately in emergency situations.
  • Simplify workload in home, provide meals to client, experienced in first aid and CPR
  • Keep CPR, First-Aid, NCI, and a host of other certifications current.
  • Provide personal care to elderly and disabled, light housekeeping and errands Achievements: CPR/AED
  • Experienced working with elderly and children, knowledge set include: CPR and AED
  • Provided Proper care and assistance to elderly, CPR and First Aid Certified
  • Maintained CPR and First Aid for health care professionals throughout employment.
  • Learned basic medical emergency protocol, CPR, and defibrillator use.
  • Certificate Certified nursing assistant (CNA) First Aid certified CPR certified
  • Experienced working with people in rehab and certified in CPR.
  • Completed training on medication passing, First Aid, and CPR
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid for infants and toddlers.
  • Complete the requirements for CPR and First Aid.
  • Required valid CPR certification and MN background check.
  • Perform CPR and First Aids when necessary.
  • Up to date on CPR certification.

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21. Everyday Needs

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Here's how Everyday Needs is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided assistance in everyday needs: eating/making meals and providing transportation.
  • Assist patients with everyday needs as well as help take them to the doctor and purchase items needed as needed.
  • Assisted one client with everyday needs, helped with getting on the bus and after school work.
  • Assist clients in their homes with everyday needs such as cooking, cleaning, bathing etc.
  • Assisted patient with everyday needs (personal hygiene, grooming, bathing, etc.)
  • Provided care to the elderly in their homes to ensure their everyday needs are met.
  • Assist the elderly and disabled with everyday needs, assisted with finance and accounting.
  • Maintain medication and help him with everyday needs he might need help with.
  • Care for 4 residents with their everyday needs, shower and bathe them.
  • Assist with the medical and everyday needs of a completely dependent individual.
  • Take care of everyday needs of a young down syndrome child.
  • Assisted client with everyday needs and problems they needed help with.
  • Assist special needs children with everyday needs at school.
  • Help clients with their everyday needs in their home.
  • Light housekeeping and also help patients with everyday needs.
  • Help the disabled with everyday needs and wants.
  • Help elderly take care of everyday needs.
  • Assist the elderly with their everyday needs.
  • Help clients in home for everyday needs
  • Assist patient with everyday needs.

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22. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitate medication administration, assist in homework and education programming, behavioral modifications and promote appropriate social interactions.
  • Provide care to elderly client and assist with activities of daily living including ambulation and transferring; medication administration
  • Completed State required documentation, basic clerical duties, medication administration, and transportation to community outings.
  • Provide assistance with housekeeping, medication administration, errands, transportation and emotional and spiritual counsel & encouragement
  • Provided residents with medication administration and treatment assistance and services according to the health care providers orders.
  • Conduct administrative duties - Complete progress notes, clearly documenting daily activities, medication administration and behaviors.
  • Worked overnights, providing assistance with personal care and medication administration while keeping thorough documentation.
  • Provide medication administration, assistance with daily living activities and organized and documented health-related paperwork.
  • Followed oral medication administration laws and blood borne pathogen precautions when assisting with oral medications.
  • Assisted in medication administrations, obtain blood sugar draws and insulin administration.
  • Assist with transportation needs and provide medication administration assistance through delegated nursing.
  • Performed health-related tasks, such as medication administration and monitoring vitals.
  • Assisted him with medication administration and organization of weekly medication planner.
  • Transport clients to medical appointments and assist with medication administration.
  • Help with simple prescribed exercises and assist with medication administration.
  • Maintain daily log/record and charting medication administration for each client.
  • Assist with activities of daily living; handle medication administration
  • Documented accurately in each patient's medication administration record.
  • Demonstrate medication administration and set up medications for clients.
  • Prepare nutritional meals and observe accurate medication administration.

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23. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with daily physical therapy/rehabilitation schedule
  • Completed necessary documentation of seizure activity, medical issues, behaviors, dietary intake, and physical therapy exercises.
  • Assisted with rehabilitation, physical therapy & occupational therapy* Prepared & served daily meals* Provided housekeeping and laundry services
  • Collaborated with multiple medical professionals and integrated psychology and physical therapy background to provide well-rounded patient-oriented care.
  • Assist patients in performing physical therapy exercises and with administering medication based on doctor's order.
  • Performed physical therapy treatments such as breathing stimulation and muscle exercises to increase residents stamina.
  • Provide moderate to intensive physical therapy and oversee exercise in compliance with medical advice.
  • Answered phones; scheduled appointments; assisted with physical therapy services; administered medication.
  • Observe and participate in Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Language Pathologist sessions.
  • Attended and assisted at Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy appointments for patient.
  • Provided basic physical therapy to clients with disabilities as requested.
  • Assisted clients with daily physical therapy exercises to increase mobility.
  • Provided transportation to weekly medical and physical therapy appointments.
  • Assist children with special needs with physical therapy/strengthening activities.
  • Directed weekly swimming instruction corresponding to physical therapy goals.
  • Scheduled patients Doctors' appointments and physical therapy appointments.
  • Helped residents to complete exercises and physical therapy.
  • Performed stretching and physical therapy for disabled.
  • Assisted in occupational and physical therapy sessions.
  • Provided exercises and physical therapy with patients.

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24. Daily Tasks

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Here's how Daily Tasks is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist developmentally disabled individuals with daily tasks and activities- Help facilitate and encourage a more independent lifestyle
  • Displayed patience and flexibility by assisting an autistic teenager with daily tasks to increase his independent living
  • Helped accomplish daily tasks and provided supplementary developmental education.
  • Provide direct patient focused care, such as social support, assisted living, basic daily tasks and housekeeping to elderly.
  • Assisted elderly or infirm clients in performing daily tasks such as eating, bathing, dressing, shopping, and cleaning.
  • Work as a PCA Duties include: Cleaning/organizing Doing activities with residents Assisting in daily tasks for residents Some heavy lifting
  • Perform daily tasks such as washing dishes, laundry, cooking, bathing the client, and transporting the client.
  • Assist residents in the dementia unit with daily tasks including bathing, dressing, meals and ambulating within the unit.
  • Help take care of clients by helping them with daily tasks such as showers, meal preparation, etc.
  • Helped with daily tasks such as; ambulation, assisting with medication, maintenance and assisting of oxygen equipment.
  • Assist disabled clients with daily tasks of hygiene, nutrition, housekeeping, work, recreation, and socialization.
  • Assist elderly/disabled individuals with daily tasks such as bathing and supervision, housekeeping, laundry, and running errands.
  • Help client with daily tasks such as getting out of bed, bathing, grooming, dressing, etc.
  • Operated on a strict schedule to develop a predictable routine for the client to aid in performing daily tasks.
  • Assist with range of motion and muscle strengthening exercises to maintain optimal level of functioning to complete daily tasks.
  • Assist elderly or disabled patients in their home with daily tasks that are a challenge due to their condition.
  • Hired independently to assist with meals, laundry, cleaning, and other daily tasks that have become difficult
  • Assist clients with daily tasks such as personal errands, travel arrangements, and household management and finances.
  • Assist elderly residents with daily tasks, such as eating, walking, bathing, swimming, etc.
  • Assist residents with daily tasks, chart activity and behavior of residents, meal service, general cleaning duties

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25. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained a safe environment and created a positive childcare climate by organizing various educational activities.
  • Monitored patient safety, assisted patient, recorded patient information and created a safe environment.
  • Ensured client safety and maintained safe environment, encouraged self-help activities.
  • Maintain safe environment and accurate reports and accidents prevention.
  • Provided a safe environment for social interaction.
  • Implemented physical and occupational therapy skills at home and providing a safe environment for the client and the client's family.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns while maintaining a clean, healthy and safe environment.
  • Engaged children of all ages in a range of educational and fun activities while maintaining a child-friendly, safe environment.
  • Provide help with everyday task and responsibilities including personal hygiene and providing a clean and safe environment for the clients.
  • Helped my sister care and plan services, maintain safe environment, attend MD appointments other duties as needed.
  • Work with client and client's family to provide a safe environment and to improve quality of life.
  • Developed and sustained a safe environment for all occupants including patients, care providers, and staff members.
  • Ensured cleanly and safe environment for clients* Prepared and served clients meals based on their individual dietary needs.
  • Assist seniors in their home with personal care, light housework, companionship and provide a safe environment.
  • Keep a clean and safe environment via careful observation, reporting patient performance and provided light household chores.
  • Provide activities for growth - Maintain a safe environment - Ensure guidelines set by family are in place
  • Maintained a clean, healthy, safe environment, through doing housekeeping, and prepared meals.
  • Provided direct care in a healthy and safe environment for a medically fragile, DeafBlind child.
  • Provide care and a safe environment for a minor with Autism and two other children.
  • Instructed and advised clients on issues such as household cleanliness while providing a safe environment.

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26. Personal Needs

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Here's how Personal Needs is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Distributed daily medications, labeling / stocking monthly medications, and assisted geriatric residence with daily personal needs.
  • Assisted clients in addressing everyday personal needs
  • Assisted residents with everyday personal needs.
  • Performed daily personal needs for elderly
  • Attended to all resident's personal needs, including cooking, grooming, medication, hygiene, walking, and shopping.
  • Act as a Personal Care Assistance to assist residents (private) and clients (facility) with their personal needs.
  • Perform daily duties for Supervisor, such as bathing needs, cooking, helping with mobility issues and personal needs.
  • Assist clients with personal needs like: bathing, meals, dressing, transferring, medications, and light housekeeping.
  • Take care of clients personal needs, to allow them to live in their home, instead of Nursing Home.
  • Perform various services for a patient as necessary to meet the patient's personal needs and to promote comfort.
  • Assisted in the home with personal needs such as, cooking, cleaning, bathing, medication and errands.
  • Fill all personal needs that she cannot do herself, take to doctor's appointments and grocery shopping.
  • Assist clients with daily personal needs: cooking, cleaning, bathing, dressing, personal errands, etc.
  • Helped with personal needs, groceries, cleaning the house, ensuring medicines were given and successfully ingested.
  • Assisted patients with their personal needs such as grocery shopping, showering/bathing, having conversations & playing games.
  • Assisted Clients with personal needs such as toileting and feeding, implemented life skills and recreational activities daily.
  • Perform a variety of basic activities to meet the daily personal needs and comfort of assigned patient.
  • Helped patients with personal needs such as grooming, dressing and bathing if unable to do so.
  • Assisted Supported Living to client's with personal needs, appointments, finances, and total confidentiality.
  • Attend to personal needs of patents including bathing, feeding, cleanliness, promoting independence, etc.

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27. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide social emotional support to clients through conversation, companionship, and activity planning while maintaining adequate and confidential record keeping.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support and instruction in preparing healthy meals, living independently with developmental disability.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support and instruction in living independently, adapting to disability and illness.
  • Provide patients and families with emotional support through light conversation music and provide recommendations for social assistance.
  • Coordinated care for young woman with Breast Cancer, administered medications, and provided emotional support
  • Communicate effectively while giving emotional support and physical care according to wants and needs of individual
  • Provided personal assistant, medical attention and emotional support for despondent older adults.
  • Perform general household duties, provide companionship, socialization and emotional support.
  • Provide individuals with emotional support as well as maintaining their physical condition.
  • Provide Emotional support and motivation through conversation, encouragement and recreational activities.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for the mentally and physically disabled.
  • Provided emotional support to patients through socialization with them.
  • Provide emotional support to patients and families, particularly coping
  • Provided general care and emotional support to residents.
  • Delivered general care and emotional support to patients.
  • Provided emotional support along with administered medication.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision as needed.
  • Provide behavioral/emotional support for client and family.
  • Provide compassion and emotional support.
  • Fostered emotional support and sympathy for their condition in the effort to make their surroundings more comfortable and acceptable.

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28. Nutritious Meals

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Here's how Nutritious Meals is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared and cooked nutritious meals according to prescribed dietary standards.
  • Performed household management tasks and planned nutritious meals.
  • Prepared Nutritious meals and dispense patient medication.
  • Supervised and prepared nutritious meals daily.
  • Planned, shopped for, prepared nutritious meals or assisted in the planning of, shopping for and preparing of meals.
  • Shop for, or prepare nutritious meals or assist families in planning, shopping for, or preparing nutritious meals.
  • Plan shop for, or prepare nutritious meals or assist patient with planning, shopping, or preparing meals.
  • Prepared nutritious meals, coordinated and executed all errands, assisted with all other activities of daily living.
  • Assisted families in planning, shopping, preparing meals including special diets for nutritious meals, etc.
  • Implemented patient focused medical care such as hygiene assistance, monitoring vital signs and preparing nutritious meals.
  • Provide companionship; prepare nutritious meals, complete household duties including laundry and other necessary chores.
  • Performed housekeeping duties, such as preparing nutritious meals, cleaning, washing clothes and dishes.
  • Plan, shop or prepare nutritious meals and/or assisting family members with doing the same.
  • Provide companionship, personal care, nutritious meals, housekeeping, and completing errands.
  • Designed, prepared, and served nutritious meals designed to meet specific dietary needs.
  • Plan, shop for, and prepare nutritious meals to assist in everyday living.
  • Provided small meals to the children ensuring that they were eating nutritious meals.
  • Pay close attention to clients' unique diets, and prepared nutritious meals.
  • Prepared and serve nutritious meals according to dietary requirements and doctor's orders.
  • Assist clients in planning, shopping for, and preparing nutritious meals.

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29. Hoyer

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Here's how Hoyer is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Cooked, cleaned, companion, feeding, bathing, grooming, administer med reminders, use of hoyer lift.
  • Assisted with devices such as Hoyer lifts, Sara lifts, wheelchairs, gait belts, and other re-positioning equipment.
  • Advanced duties included being trained and using specialized equipment such as hoyer lifts, returns, and hospital beds.
  • Skilled caregiver familiar with hoyer lift, blood pressure/ diabetic testing, cooking, cleaning, running various errands.
  • Have experienced in grooming, bathing, transferring to and from wheelchairs to bed, Hoyer lift, incontinence care
  • Assisted in activities of daily living; experienced with Hoyer Lift to transfer into power wheelchair and shower chair
  • Assisted with moving the patient from his bed to a wheelchair with the use of a Hoyer lift.
  • Prepared individual to go in the Hoyer Lift so she was able to be changed in her bed.
  • Gained knowledge and experience working with clients with Alzheimer's and Dementia, catheter care and Hoyer Lifts.
  • Help with other things such as using a Hoyer lift, changing bandages and doing wound care.
  • Assist with medical equipment; Hoyer Lift, Oxygen Tank, Hospital Bed heavy duty and wheelchairs.
  • Assured clients' safety with appropriate handling of the hoyer lift, wheelchair, and walker.
  • Used various equipment designed for persons with limitations such as a hoyer lift and braces.
  • Use of hoyer lift, sit to stand and other devices as needed for client.
  • Used equipment such as mechanical lifts, wheelchairs, Hoyer lifts, and gait belts.
  • Transferred using a hoyer lift to bed shower, toilet, wheelchair, etc.
  • Operated a Hoyer lift, ambulated residents, and assisted residents to the bathroom.
  • Learned how to use a sliding board and both hydraulic and hoyer lifts.
  • Distributed Medication, Community Integration, Range of motion, Operated Hoyer lift.
  • Assisted with transferring via Hoyer lift and various other areas of AM care.

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30. Client Condition

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Here's how Client Condition is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Completed and submitted accurate documentation of shift, reported changes in client conditions to other care providers.
  • Prepared and maintained records of client progress, care performed and changes in client condition.
  • Maintained records of client progress or services, reporting changes in client condition to supervisor.
  • Prepared reports of services performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager.
  • Coordinated with office staff, medical professionals and family members on client condition.
  • Report any changes that have occurred with the client condition to supervisor.
  • Monitor and report observations of any indication of changes in client condition.
  • Performed, reporting changes in client condition to manager or supervisor.
  • Keep record of client condition and activities engaged in.
  • Reported changes in client condition to supervisor.
  • Prepare or maintain records of client progress and services performed, reportingchanges in client condition to manager or supervisor.
  • Record and report changes in client condition, family situation, or needs to the Service Supervisor.
  • Report observations of client condition to the agency or Case Manager in a timely manner.
  • Prepare and maintain records of client progress and servicesperformed, reporting changes in client condition to manager orsupervisor.

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31. Bed Linens

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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted client with mobility limitations and helped her prepare for daily activities by encouraging ambulation and changing bed linens when needed.
  • Assisted and/or performed duties for patients, such as changing bed linens, preparing meals, personal care, financial management.
  • Drive patient to doctor or run errands, clean the house, wash patient, clean bed linens, etc
  • Assist with feeding, bathing, changing bed linens, preparing meals, and transferring from bed to wheelchair.
  • Performed light housekeeping and laundry tasks such as changing bed linens, wash and iron clothes as needed.
  • Performed housekeeping duties, such as cooking, cleaning, washing clothes or dishes and changing bed linens.
  • Maintain and set up patient area; assist with light housekeeping, and changing of bed linens.
  • Bed linens and bathroom towels are also gathered and washed on a weekly basis for each resident.
  • Changed bed linens, ran errands, made breakfast, lunch and dinner for the patient.
  • Changed bed linens according to facility policy and provides laundry services in Assisted Living as necessary.
  • Remove and replace soiled bed linens, apply medical treatments such as medical creams and ointments.
  • Provided light housekeeping, and homemaking tasks such as laundry, change bed linens etc.
  • Provided housekeeping services (cleaning, laundry, and changing bed linens.)
  • Provide basic housekeeping services, such as doing laundry and changing bed linens.
  • Sweep mop dust change bed linens sheets laundry trash dishes & etc.
  • Light house cleaning and laundering of client's garments and bed linens.
  • Clean, iron and change bed linens for all patients.
  • Emptied bed pans, catheters and changed soiled bed linens.
  • Changed bed linens, directed visitors and answered telephone.
  • Changed bed linens, cleaned, sterilized, stored.

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32. Daily Care

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Arranged medical appointments, organized schedule of weekly planned activities, documented daily care activities.
  • Follow infection control protocol -Diet Preparation -Shopping -Medication teaching -Assistance with daily care needs
  • Provided daily care for residents on both rehabilitation and dementia treatment departments.
  • Provided assistance and daily care to handicap challenged individuals
  • Provided daily care for individuals with disabilities.
  • Assisted clients with daily care such as grooming, shopping, errands, making meals, scheduling appointments and attending them.
  • Provided daily care needs for individuals in the community in various environments, including hospitals, nursing facilities, and in-home.
  • General cleaning, vacuum floors, dishes meals and personal daily care of client, bathing, grooming and doctor appointments.
  • Worked within group home for special needs clients, provide daily care and attention for mentally and physically disabled young adults.
  • Take and record vitals, records intake and output, assist with daily care, and take blood sugar checks.
  • Assist residents with dementia with their daily cares, activities, pass medication, charting, one-on-one supervision, etc.
  • Assist clients with daily care needs-Provide companionship-- Assist with appointments including transportation as needed-Complete minor documentation on the days events
  • Assisted with Rehabilitation as well as daily care needs such as feeding, bathing, Transfers and home cleaning.
  • Performed daily care of residents in a home setting, this entailed some cleaning, and passing of medication.
  • Conducted daily tasks of assisting clients in getting in and out of bed, showering, and daily care.
  • Performed household tasks and errands for disabled adults to include shopping, cleaning, and daily care needs.
  • Remained on call to address any emergencies that may arise regarding patient health while maintaining basic daily care.
  • Assisted patient with personal daily care and maintained ability for client to remain in comforts of her home.
  • Provided daily care for 9th grade student with Cerebral Palsy to achieve optimal independence, functioning and autonomy.
  • Assist patients with the daily care on bathing, oral hygiene, re-positioning, ambulation, and feeding.

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33. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Help Residents with independent living skills, provide crisis management, document observations and supervise medications.
  • Served as personal assistant for non-medical/medical needs for the independent living in the senior community.
  • Exercise program activity program with community outings, scheduled transportation Independent Living Basic Assistance Dementia
  • Worked with patient to achieve goals for independent living based on their individual service plans; assisted with medications as necessary.
  • Assist Direct Care Manager in the assessment of each individual abilities, interests and need areas toward independent living and goals.
  • Staff hiring and training of 40+employees, writing of policies, payroll, scheduling and nurse consult for Independent Living residents.
  • Gained knowledge and experience with multitasking and prioritizing for two patients' needs simultaneously to promote and sustain independent living.
  • Worked in a residential care facility with client with serious and persistent mental disorders to learn independent living skills.
  • Worked in many sectors of a retirement community including: independent living, assisted living, and long-term care.
  • Provided assistance with all daily living needs and independent living skills for traumatic brain injury(TBI) clients
  • Provided supervision for safety and assistance for daily activities to help clients maintain independent living in their home.
  • Provided in assistance which enabled client to maintain independent living within the comfort of his or her home.
  • Visited elderly, disabled, convalescent and mentally disabled clients in their homes to facilitate independent living.
  • Perform complete care and encourage independent living skills for children and adults with CP.
  • Provided patients with assistance in their daily functions to assist with independent living.
  • Assisted in establishing client in her own, independent living apartment.
  • Worked with disabled people working on goals to achieve more independent living
  • Helped 4-5 residents who all lived in an independent living home.
  • Provided help with cooking meals and basic independent living skills.
  • Helped clients maintain independent living with personal care assistant.

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34. ROM

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Here's how ROM is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Administered daily medications, assisted with basic domestic duties, and transported family member to/from medical appointments, and recreational activities.
  • Worked with personal training client/customer assisting 72-year-old man with recovery from open heart surgery.
  • Transport individuals on scheduled outings and activities in order to promote community inclusion.
  • Aided a disabled man with largely compromised mobility in his day-to-day activities.
  • Encouraged residents and implemented daily activities that promoted their health and independence.
  • Provided and arranged transportation to and from medical appointments.
  • Facilitated transportation of residents to and from the community.
  • Promote personal independence and dignity for all Residents.
  • Conversed with residents to promote social interaction.
  • Promoted intellectual emotion and social growth.
  • Transported individual from various appointments.
  • Promoted team organization and documentation.
  • Assisted residence with daily living, assisted with bathing, laundry, helped transport residents to and from meals and activities.
  • Provide childcare for children ages ranging from newborn to twelve, between one and six children during every Bible Study meeting.
  • Provided ABA services for children, ranging from ages one to four years old, who fall within the autism spectrum.
  • Assist residents in daily activities of living Transfer residents to and from meals and activities Follow individual care plans for each resident
  • Ensured a clean change of clothing was available as needed and obtained clothing from sources to keep changes of clothes available.
  • Work with US Airways as special assist transporting individuals with disability to and from their gate of departure and arrival.
  • Assist residents to and from meals, help with grooming, bathing, walking, and anything else they need.
  • Use prescribed interventions from the IEP and collaborate with other team members to help the child/student reach their IEP goals.

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35. Oral Hygiene

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Here's how Oral Hygiene is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assist patients with personal cares including bathing, dressing, grooming, oral hygiene, bed mobility, toileting and feeding.
  • Assisted with daily living tasks: personal grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, toileting, and preparing meals.
  • Assist client with shower/clean, dressing, oral hygiene, shave, meals, shopping, light cleaning.
  • Assist or perform personal care including hair care, oral hygiene, bathing, grooming and dressing.
  • Provide personal care: perform tasks of oral hygiene, diapering, feeding, dressing and grooming.
  • Provide assistance with activities, daily living, dressing, toileting, groom, and oral hygiene.
  • Assist with daily hygiene including but not limited to diaper changing, oral hygiene and appearance.
  • Assisted with daily hygiene, showers, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Assist patients with daily living (feed, transport, oral hygiene, etc.)
  • Assist with brief changing and bathing, dressing, oral hygiene necessary for ADL's.
  • Perform and or assist clients/patients with oral hygiene, feeding including tube feeding and shaving.
  • Assist client with daily living skills, Showers, oral hygiene, and brief changing.
  • Help accommodate clients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
  • Assisted client with daily living needs for everything from oral hygiene to eating.
  • Assisted clients with bathing, oral hygiene, daily dressing, and ambulation.
  • Assisted Residents with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and incontinence.
  • Assisted patient with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, and personal care.
  • Assisted Clients with bathing, oral hygiene, and feeding.
  • Assist with bathing, oral hygiene, dressing and grooming.
  • Provide services necessary to maintain client's personal health and safety.Assist client to complete daily living skills such as personal/oral hygiene.

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36. Cerebral Palsy

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Here's how Cerebral Palsy is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Implemented one-on-one care to an 18-year-old male with cerebral palsy, generalized anxiety disorder, and severe verbal communication impairments.
  • Self-motivated, compassionate personal care assistant with an in-depth knowledge of advanced cerebral palsy in adolescents.
  • Worked one-on-one with a young male with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities.
  • Provided daily living assistance and companionship for college student with cerebral palsy.
  • Provided personal care and assistance for an individual diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy
  • Assisted adolescent with quadriplegic cerebral palsy in daily tasks.
  • Cared for extremely disabled woman with cerebral palsy.
  • Experience with clients ages 10-21 with diagnoses of Down's syndrome, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Autism, and Cerebral Palsy.
  • Care for a 25-year-old male with cerebral palsy, which includes feeding, grooming, rehabilitation exercises and mental stimulation routines.
  • Assist a young man with cerebral palsy with activities of daily living, such as dressing, eating, and cleaning.
  • Worked as a personal care provider, assisting a patient that was suffering from cerebral palsy with basic needs and companionship.
  • Provide daily in-home care to two patients that are wheelchair bound due to Cerebral Palsy and paralysis from a stroke.
  • Provide at home care for Kathy s twin step-sons Thomas (mentally handicapped) and Andrew (cerebral palsy).
  • Provide in-home care services for children with severe mental health issues, including cerebral palsy, mental retardation and Autism.
  • Assist an adult with quadriplegic cerebral palsy with activities of daily living and a complex daily home therapy regimen.
  • Completed exercises, school work and other activities of daily living with a 19 year old girl with cerebral palsy
  • Oversee a young boy with Cerebral Palsy and help him with daily tasks, such as eating and changing.
  • Assist a 17 year old girl with Cerebral Palsy with everyday tasks and help her to become more independent.
  • Cared for an individual with cerebral palsy, prepared meals, assisted with hygiene and provided overall safety
  • Worked directly for an up to live private client with cerebral palsy as an in -home PCA.

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37. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provided care for the physically incapacitated, helped accomplish daily tasks including medication reminders, food preparation, and miscellaneous errands.
  • Provide details medications, operated medical devices, housekeeping and food preparation, coordinated with family members of patient and
  • Executed all housekeeping duties which entailed facility maintenance and upkeep and adhering to customized dietary charts for food preparation.
  • Performed house hold responsibilities ranging from food preparation and household cleaning while simultaneously fostering a sense of independence.
  • Job responsibilities include: transportation, medicine management, household maintenance, scheduling appointments, food preparation.
  • Assist and monitor mental health clients food preparation housekeeping duties laundry paperwork
  • Assist a mentally disabled client with food preparation and distributing medications.
  • Provided special food preparation, wholesome cooking and exercise activity.
  • Assist with general facility maintenance and food preparation.
  • Organized medications, managed daily itinerary and food preparation
  • Care management for clients; food preparation, residential maintenance and upkeep, and personal care for elderly and handicapped individuals.
  • Assisted clients in their homes including assisting them with baths, food preparation, medication intake, psychological and therapeutic support.
  • Assisted client with everyday personal cares, medication reminders, food preparation, took client to appointments as well as outings.
  • Monitor and assist patients food preparation performed basic house work duties bathing and clothing patients toiletry and first aid care
  • Supervised 5 - 10 persons in the daily operation of food preparation for the residents of the Retirement Community.
  • Assist individuals in areas of personal care, home making including food preparation, and planned recreational activities.
  • Help clients with living skills which include: Shopping, medical appointments, cleaning, and food preparation.
  • Assisted with grooming and hygiene, transportation, food preparation and home health management for elderly patients.
  • Assist patients with household duties, medication, ambulation, toileting, community outings and food preparation.
  • Job duties included light housekeeping, food preparation and Shopping, med passing, and medication reminders.

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38. Oral Care

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Here's how Oral Care is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted client with eating breakfast as well as oral care and making sure she was ready for her school day.
  • Assist residents with personal care; bathing, grooming, toileting, oral care, dressing, etc.
  • Bathe the residents, oral care, wash ups, and toilet them due to their incontinence.
  • Completed their morning and evening cares including oral care, shower, half or full bath.
  • Assist residents with everyday activities such as baths, dressing residents, oral care, etc.
  • Assist the patient with bathing, toileting, grooming, tooth brushing and oral care.
  • Provide assistance in daily living including bathing, toileting, oral care, grooming.
  • Provided bathing, dressing, oral care, and assisting with eating if needed.
  • Perform oral care on patients Provide Patients with care to support well being.
  • Provide routine care for clients to include bathing, oral care and dressing.
  • Assist with personal hygiene, including showers, oral care and skin care
  • Provide oral care and hygiene pursuant to the plan of care.
  • Help with their personal hygiene like bathing, oral care etc.
  • Groom and oral care prepare Meals and light house duties.
  • Cleaned patient's wounds, make beds, oral care, skin care, shave if needed, transfer patient.
  • Assist clients with shower or tube, oral care, hair, skin care and walking.
  • Assist with feeding, oral care, bed baths, and light house duties.
  • Clean dentures as needed/ provide oral care Provide nail care/ grooming as needed or asked too.
  • Provide personal grooming, hair, nails and oral care.
  • Help patients by giving them the best care , changing oral care mouth care feeding the patients get them dress and etc

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39. Family Disruption

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Here's how Family Disruption is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Cared for individuals or families during periods of disability, family disruption, or recovery.
  • Cared for individuals and families during periods of incapacitation, family disruption and convalescence.
  • Provided care and assistance to individuals and their families during times of incapacitation, family disruptions or convalescence.
  • Care for individuals or families during periods of incapacitation, family disruption.
  • Care for individuals of families during periods of incapacitation, family disruption, providing companionship, and personal care.

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40. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Cited by management for effective CNA skills and ability to bond with clients quickly.
  • See CNA and Resident Care duties above.
  • Obtained a CNA in Missouri.
  • Blood sugars Standard CNA duties.
  • Performed CNA duties such as ADL's and IADL's with patients.
  • Perform CNA aid tasks per each patient's care plan.
  • Performed the same duties as a CNA.
  • Assist nurses (CNA work)
  • Graduated Bay Shore High School 1 year early Attended Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) classes in Murray Utah.
  • Attended to the physical, emotional, and developmental needs of patients CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)Experience
  • Supported Home Care (CNA) Duties include aiding physically and cognitively disabled clients.
  • Complied with HIPAA standards in all patient documentation and interactions.Skills UsedProper CNA skills.
  • Completed and obtained Utah CNA certificate.
  • CNAPerformed tube feeding and cleaning of tracheaAssisted individuals with bathing and grooming
  • Train and orient new employees.6/11/2011 - Present Jersey Ridge Place - Davenport, IAPersonal Care Assistant - CNA
  • Offered routine care to PatientsCleaned room of the patient daily also changed bed linen.Cooked mealsCNA
  • worked closely with CNAs to meet residents needs.
  • Use CNA skills will helping residents turn over , applying foot care and peri-care to bed bound Patients

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41. New Lifestyles

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Here's how New Lifestyles is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide companionship, personal care, grooming, getting dressed, bathing as well as adjusting to new lifestyles and conditions.
  • Encouraged clients to strive to learn and experience new lifestyles.
  • Care for individuals during periods of incapacitation, go into convalescence/nursing homes, help in adjusting to new lifestyles.

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42. Motor Vehicle

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Here's how Motor Vehicle is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Transport clients to locations outside the home, such as to physicians'offices or on outings, using a motor vehicle.
  • Transport clients to locations outside the home, such as to basketball and football practices using a motor vehicle.
  • Transport client to and from various appointments and activities using a motor vehicle.
  • Operated a motor vehicle to transport clients to specified locations.
  • Transport clients using a motor vehicle.
  • Transport client to locations outside the home such as physicians' offices using a motor vehicle.

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43. Elderly Patients

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Here's how Elderly Patients is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Worked with elderly patients providing exemplary care assisted patients with daily activities and prepared meals administrated patients therapy bathes and medication
  • Provide personal care and assistance to handicapped elderly patients in home environment.
  • Provided personal care for elderly patients in an assisted living facility
  • Assisted disabled and elderly patients with everyday needs
  • Provided medication reminders to elderly patients.
  • Provided in-home care of mentally challenged and elderly patients, including meal preparation, bathing, personal hygiene and light housekeeping.
  • Assisted elderly patients in their home with all needs including showers and personal care, cleaning, shopping and administering medication.
  • Performed the daily upkeep and maintenance of eight elderly patients, consisting of hygiene preservation and financial transparency and interchanges.
  • Provided care and assistance to elderly patients in activities of daily living to maintain the client in their home.
  • Care for the elderly patients by making sure they are fed, cleaned, and given they're medicine.
  • Helped elderly patients with daily activities such as cleaning, bathing, cooking, taking them to appointments and companionship
  • Care for elderly patients, washing, dressing, cooking, household things that was needed for the patient
  • Care for elderly patients who are near the end, giving them comfort as the time grew near.
  • Highly-trained Nursing Home Nurse who provides comprehensive geriatric medical care to elderly patients within a nursing home setting.
  • Take excellent one on one excellent personal care of multiple elderly patients with Dementia and/or Alzheimer's disease.
  • Entertained, conversed with, and read aloud to elderly patients to keep them mentally healthy and alert.
  • Provided assistance to elderly patients with dementia in completing ADL's (Activities of Daily Living).
  • Aided elderly patients inflicted with Alzheimer's and other degenerative diseases in their daily routines and activities.
  • Assisted elderly patients with daily activities like toileting, bathing, dressing, eating, and walking.
  • Visited long-term elderly patients and assisted them in activities and teaching them how to use computers

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44. Client Status

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Here's how Client Status is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Communicate pertinent information regarding client status to next attendant coming on duty before leaving shift.
  • Appropriate reporting of changes in client status Educational instructional responsibilities:
  • Follow client care plans, update activity logs, and report client status to RN supervisor as needed.
  • Observed and documented client status and reported patient complaints to the case manager.
  • Communicated with family and staff regarding client status.
  • Report any changes with client status.
  • Reported appropriate changes in client status.
  • Appropriate reporting of changes in client status Assist the client with personal communication skills as needed.
  • Appropriate reporting of changes in client status.Skills UsedI demonstrated organization skills.
  • Assist clients with daily livingmonitoring or prompting the client to complete daily tasks.Appropriate reporting of changes in client status.
  • Appropriate reporting of changes in client status Redirection and intervention for behavior *Hand over hand assistance
  • Assisted with client medications and assessed client status Prepared meals and completed daily household tasks Assisted with daily routines Provided companionship

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45. Elderly Clients

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Here's how Elderly Clients is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Provide in home care to elderly clients-Personal care-Companion care-Light Housekeeping-Meal Preparation-Transportation -Medication Reminders-Laundry
  • Assist elderly clients with activities of daily living record and monitor patients well being and report changes provide companionship and emotional support
  • Assisted elderly clients with activities of daily living according to a specific care plan created by the supervising registered nurse.
  • Perform frequent transfers and lifts of elderly clients, in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs and autos.
  • Work as part of a team to help ill, weak, and elderly clients with their personal needs.
  • Take care of elderly clients in there homes help them to become independent in there homes & the communities.
  • Provided in-home person care services for elderly clients, preparing meals, and assisting with daily errands and activities.
  • Provide special services that include cooking, cleaning, grooming and shopping for the disabled and elderly clients.
  • Traveled throughout a 10-mile radius to provide in home care to elderly clients unable to perform daily tasks.
  • Provided care for elderly clients around the clock, assisted with bathing, meal preparation and light cleaning.
  • Assisted elderly clients in their homes with cleaning, bathing, dressing, cooking and eating, etc.
  • Provide care for elderly clients, such as assist with meals, bathes, toileting and any personal needs
  • Assisted with care of elderly clients including household tasks, cleaning, cooking, and personal hygiene.
  • Monitor and assist elderly clients with daily living tasks in order to stay in home living environment.
  • Provided in-home care to elderly clients by cleaning, assisting with everyday activities, and running errands.
  • Assisted elderly clients with ADL's, light housekeeping, medication reminder, meal preparation, socialization
  • Work on a team to help ill, weak or elderly clients with their personal needs.
  • Assist elderly clients with personal care needs, medications, dining, housekeeping and laundry.
  • Assisted elderly clients with personal hygiene, walking, exercises, and administration of medications.
  • Cared for individuals with AIDS, clients who were paraplegic, and elderly clients.

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46. Developmental Disabilities

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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Helped children with developmental disabilities complete daily living activities, feeding and toileting them and providing emotional and physical support.
  • Employed directly by parents of a 13-year-old boy with developmental disabilities to provide supervision and behavior management.
  • Provide services and supports to individuals with mental retardation, developmental disabilities, or related disorders.
  • Provided quality of life enhancing services to Wisconsin citizens with developmental disabilities and other complex needs.
  • Provide in-home and out-of-the home respite for consumers with developmental disabilities/down syndrome and their families.
  • Provided services focused on helping individuals with developmental disabilities reach their highest level of functioning.
  • Assisted individuals with developmental disabilities to live independent lives as active members of the community.
  • Provided care to six adult patients with medically developmental disabilities and associated clinical conditions.
  • Worked with adults with developmental disabilities in a four bed Supported Living Services facility.
  • Provide comprehensive care for adults with developmental disabilities in a Community/Group Home setting.
  • Provide One-to One assistance for an individual with physical and developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted with daily living skills for children with neurological and developmental disabilities.
  • Provide one-on-one interventions to children with developmental disabilities, or behavioral issues.
  • Worked with four women diagnosed with impaired cognitive functioning and developmental disabilities.
  • Attended to adults with developmental disabilities guiding them towards independent living.
  • Supported a variety of individuals with developmental disabilities and mental disorders.
  • Experience with intellectual/developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and aging-associated diseases.
  • Provide assistant to individuals with developmental disabilities or mental health issues.
  • Provide support and residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities.
  • Assisted people with developmental disabilities live independently on their own.

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47. Personal Care Provider

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Here's how Personal Care Provider is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Case Managed HCBS Clients and Supervised over Personal Care Providers and Homemakers.
  • Supervised patient's home care visits, evaluating other Personal Care Providers.9.
  • Served as Personal care provider for a new-born to toddler.
  • Learned how to be a professional personal care provider.
  • Home and Personal Care Provider to elderly psychiatric patients.
  • Full time personal care provider for my paralyzed daughter.

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48. Motion Exercises

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Here's how Motion Exercises is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Performed range of motion exercises and other physiotherapy routines.
  • Assisted with motion exercises and other rehabilitative measures.
  • Assisted and monitored patients with limited and severe mobility by performing range of motion exercises on patients as needed.
  • Helped with range of motion exercises, grooming and hygiene assistance, took vitals for some.
  • Provide support during range of motion exercises, filling and sorting prescriptions, and general hygiene.
  • Supervised and assisted with dressing of compression socks, bathing, and range of motion exercises.
  • Monitored vital signs, with feeding, bathing/ grooming, positioning and range of motion exercises.
  • Performed range of motion exercises with client, to help ease their pain and discomfort.
  • Provide good body alignment, positioning, and range of motion exercises for non-ambulatory patients.
  • Performed finger stick for PT/INR and passive range of motion exercises on lower extremities.
  • Assist with prescribed range of motion exercises under the supervision of the case manager4.
  • Perform range of motion exercises with client to improve mobility and joint stiffness.
  • Performed range of motion exercises on the knees, ankles, and legs.
  • Played music and games as well as range of motion exercises as needed.
  • Assist with all bathing, massage, and range of motion exercises.
  • Assisted handicapped clients in transfers, range of motion exercises and mobility.
  • Engaged in passive range of motion exercises for upper and lower extremities.
  • Perform personal care activities and physical therapy/ range of motion exercises.
  • Assisted with motion exercises, rehabilitation and ADL's for patients.
  • Help with physical therapy such as range of motion exercises.

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49. Household Cleanliness

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Here's how Household Cleanliness is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Instruct or advise patients on issues such as household cleanliness, utilities, hygiene, nutrition, patient advocate/communicate with nurses.
  • Maintained household cleanliness, kept all rooms clean and neat, laundry always clean, fresh and wrinkle free.
  • Instructed and advised clients on issues including household cleanliness, utilities, hygiene, nutrition and personal care.
  • Instruct and advise family on issues such as household cleanliness, utilities, hygiene, and nutrition.
  • Instruct and advise clients on issues like, household cleanliness, utilities, nutrition and infant care.
  • Advised residents on the importance of household cleanliness, good personal hygiene and nutrition.
  • Advised Client & family members regarding household cleanliness, hygiene, or nutrition.
  • Maintain household cleanliness by dusting, vacuuming, and laundry.
  • Instruct or advise clients on issues such as household cleanliness, utilities, hygiene, nutrition, or infant care.
  • Instructed, advised and observed clients household cleanliness, utilities sanitization, and nutrition practices.

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50. Light Housework

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Here's how Light Housework is used in Personal Care Assistant jobs:
  • Maintain client home environment via light housework, administering medications.
  • Dressed/undressed, bathed, prepared & administered medications, prepared and cooked meals, washed clothes, and conducted light housework.
  • Assisted with dressing and grooming, light housework, provided grocery shopping and transported to doctor appointments and other errands.
  • Provide help with personal care (Bathing and Dressing), Light Housework, Efficient self-management with no supervision.
  • Assisted client with bathing and grooming* Assisted client on doctor appointments and run errand as needed* Assisted with light housework
  • Light housework, medication maintenance, meal preparation, and additional services necessary for individuals health and well-being.
  • Assist clients with activities of daily living including assistance with ambulation, feeding, light housework, etc.
  • Assisted members in maintaining a functional household (light housework, cooking, grooming, etc).
  • Prepared and served meals, light housework, and occasional bathing assistance & assisting with medication.
  • Provide clients with cooked meals, perform light housework, assist with doctor's appointments.
  • Helped elderly and disabled people with everyday living such as light housework, cooking and errands
  • Help with medication intake, light housework, helped with bills and organizational skills.
  • Attend to daily personal care with meal preparation and some light housework duties.
  • Prepared meals for children, performed light housework and cleaning for the families.
  • Assisted Clients with personal care, cooking, light housework and shopping.
  • Prepared and served meals and performed light housework duties as needed.
  • Help client to organize their room and some light housework.
  • Light housework and laundry was also done if necessary.
  • Make sure linens are clean and light housework.
  • Performed light housework and cooking in the home.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Personal Care Assistant

Personal Care35.8%
RUN Errands12%
Meal Prep8.6%
Companionship6.1%
ADL4.3%
Medical Appointments4.2%
Daily Living Activities4.1%
Vital Signs4.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Personal Care Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Personal Care
Personal Care
28.9%
28.9%
2
2
RUN Errands
RUN Errands
9.7%
9.7%
3
3
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
7%
7%
4
4
Companionship
Companionship
5%
5%
5
5
ADL
ADL
3.5%
3.5%
6
6
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
3.4%
3.4%
7
7
Daily Living Activities
Daily Living Activities
3.3%
3.3%
8
8
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Patient Care
Patient Care
2.6%
2.6%
10
10
Medication Reminders
Medication Reminders
2.1%
2.1%
11
11
Health Care
Health Care
1.6%
1.6%
12
12
Dementia
Dementia
1.5%
1.5%
13
13
Household Chores
Household Chores
1.2%
1.2%
14
14
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.1%
1.1%
15
15
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.1%
1.1%
16
16
Alzheimer
Alzheimer
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Skin Care
Skin Care
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
CPR
CPR
1%
1%
21
21
Everyday Needs
Everyday Needs
1%
1%
22
22
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
1%
1%
23
23
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
1%
1%
24
24
Daily Tasks
Daily Tasks
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Personal Needs
Personal Needs
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Nutritious Meals
Nutritious Meals
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Hoyer
Hoyer
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Client Condition
Client Condition
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Bed Linens
Bed Linens
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Daily Care
Daily Care
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Independent Living
Independent Living
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
ROM
ROM
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Oral Hygiene
Oral Hygiene
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Cerebral Palsy
Cerebral Palsy
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Oral Care
Oral Care
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Family Disruption
Family Disruption
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
CNA
CNA
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
New Lifestyles
New Lifestyles
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Motor Vehicle
Motor Vehicle
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Elderly Patients
Elderly Patients
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Client Status
Client Status
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Elderly Clients
Elderly Clients
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Developmental Disabilities
Developmental Disabilities
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Personal Care Provider
Personal Care Provider
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Motion Exercises
Motion Exercises
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Household Cleanliness
Household Cleanliness
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Light Housework
Light Housework
0.4%
0.4%

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