Provide personal care service to the client for which the client needs physical assistance.
Some examples of Personal care are listed below:
• Ambulation – physically assisting a patient who otherwise would be unable to move about independently
• Personal hygiene – which includes bathing the patient
• Dressing – physically applying a patient’s clothing to the patient’s body
• Toileting – assisting a patient to go to and from toileting facilities and in the activities of toileting.
• Eating – includes hand feeding a patient who is incapable of self-feeding
• Provide competent, state of the art care to its patients.
• Follow the Caregiver Service Plan (CSP) or the plan of care to perform the tasks agreed upon.
• For security reasons, the caregiver should not disclose or knowingly permit the disclosure of any information in a client record except to appropriate provider staff, the client, responsible party (if applicable), the client's physician or other health care provider, the regulatory department, other individuals authorized by the client in writing or by subpoena.
• In case of an emergency at a client's home, the caregiver must immediately contact the Client's emergency contact name (as stated in the client's file) and notify the Alliance Home Care office.
- The caregiver must notify the Alliance Home Care office and the Client's responsible party of any changes in the Client's condition.
- The caregiver is encouraged to report to the office any changes that may improve the quality of care a patient is receiving.
- Reports to Administrator.
I understand that the clients I will be working with are the clients of Alliance Home Care, LLC. I also understand that in the event the contract between Alliance Home Care LLC and the client(s) is terminated due to any reason, I cannot work with that client or their family for at least one year either independently or with another agency. Should this happen, Alliance Home Care, LLC will take full legal action.