Homemakers are home managers they do not provide hands-on care for clients. They provide assistance with menu planning, meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping including, but not limited to: vacuuming, dusting, dry mopping, dishwashing, and changing beds. Homemakers must do at least three hours or orientation before placement out of the forty hours of training within the first six months of employment. Regular supervision by our Field Supervisors and In-service training hours are required.
Home Health Aides
Home Health Aides provide hands-on personal care, simple procedures as an extension of nursing or therapy service as delegated by the nurse or therapist. The assist in ambulation or exercises, and remind patients of their medications which are ordinarily self-administered. Personal are Homemakers provide assistance with bathing, grooming, foot care (excluding nail cutting), denture care, shaving, bedpan routines, eating and ambulation. Seventy-Five (75) hours of training, and a practicum of 16 hours are required. Regular supervision and in-service hours are also required.