- Provided personal cares and assistance within the facility.
- Assisted residents in and out of bed, dressing, grooming, assistance with personal hygiene, assistance with going to the bathroom, feeding, and bathing.
- Observed and reported any changes within each resident to the charge nurse.
- Assisted with the transferring of residents, using a lift (hoyer or active lift), or an assist of one or two.
- Recorded and took vitals of residents, directed by the nursing staff.
- Served as a support system for each resident.
- Answered call lights in a timely manner.
- Help patient with daily living task.
- Observe, record, and report changes in the conditions to RN
- Assist resident in ambulation as directed on their care plan.
- Recorded bowel and urine outputs as directed.
- Assisted licensed nurse staff in providing direct and indirect resident care
- Maintained a safe, clean and organized environment
- Provided residents exceptional personal care services including grooming, bathing, and toileting support
- Fed residents
- Upheld the confidentiality of residents information
- Recorded residents food intake
- Took and recorded residents food intake
- Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to report and discuss observations with physicians and case manager.
- Administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician or as directed by another medical profesional.
- Plan, purchase, prepare, or serve meals to patient or other family members, according to prescribed diet for medical conditions.
- Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises ton promote continued range of motion.
- Provide patient with emotional support and instruction in areas such as preparing healthy meals or understanding and adapting to disability or illness.
- Massage patient or apply preparations or treatments, such as liniment, alcohol rubs, lotions.
- Continued glucose testing and recording of such and administering daily insulin doses.
- Order, assist, or evaluate all routine medical treatments, distribution of medications, and diagnostic tests.
- Detect and respond to adverse drug reactions, with special attention to vulnerable populations such as the elderly and people with mental handicaps and or disabilities.
- Treat patients with chronic health care problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
- Maintain complete and detailed records of patients’ health care plans and medicine distribution.
- Schedule all apointments and necessary tests.
- Supervise or coordinate patient care or and all daily tasks.
- Assist in all daily tasks and activities such as meals, personal healtht and hygiene, household cleaning, and laundry.