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personal support worker

  • Maintaining clients rooms
  • Cuing clients with visual impairments
  • Assess patients’ general physical appearance and inform nurse of any health changes
  • Encourage clients in physical exercise and assist in performing exercises
  • Maintain and follow standard quality, safety, environmental and infection control policies and procedure
  • Apply heat or cold therapy to patients using materials such as heat pads, warm compresses, cold compresses
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personal support worker

  • Assist with all activities of daily living including bathing, tolieting, dressing, mobility and feeding 
  • Follow care plans 
  • Work under the supervision of registered health care professionals such as RNs/RPNs
  • Computer documentation 
  • Support residents independence 
  • Recognizing and report changes in behaviour or condition 
  • Provide support for resident and their families during end of life care 
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personal support worker

  • Perform healthcare-related tasks, such as monitoring vital signs and medication.
  • Changed intravenous drip, dressing.
  • Assisted in pre and post-operative preparations.
  • Answered call signals.
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personal support worker

  • Provide direct care to residents such as: complete and partial bed baths, showers, changing clothes, and feeding residents. 
  • Document interventions using an online charting system in a timely manner. 
  • Maintain close communication with family members regarding the health needs of residents. 
  • Collaborate with various healthcare professionals in order to provide holistic care. 
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personal support worker

  • Use of mechanical lifts
  • Assisting residents with personal care and grooming (Bathing, perineal care, brief change, dressing, HS care, nail care) 
  • Monitor, record, and report symptoms or changes in resident’s  conditions.
  • Provide residents with assistance in transferring