We are a new homecare agency located in Winter Park that is looking for accountable and compassionate caregivers.
We have a need for caregivers in Sanford, Winter Park, College Park, Windermere, Baldwin Park, Lake Mary, Dr. Phillips, Altamonte Springs.
We are hiring multiple people to fill this role, so please apply!
We have a program that will pay you to get vaccinated.
Vaccinated is preferred but not required but gives you the most availability with clients.
We have a full suite of benefits available:
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE HOME HEALTH AIDE & CNA
The HHA & CNA perform personal care activities contained in a written assignment (care plan) by our RN.
1. Personal hygiene, dressing, and shaving;
2. Ambulation and physical transfer;
3. Eating, and providing nutritional support;
4. Assistance with other ADLs and IADLs; and
5. Reporting changes in the client’s condition;
6. Maintaining a clean, safe and healthy environment, which may include light cleaning and straightening of the bathroom, straightening the sleeping and living areas, washing the client's or client's dishes or laundry, and such tasks to maintain cleanliness and safety for the client;
7. Other activities as taught by a licensed professional, employed or contracted by the agency for a specific client and that are restricted to the following:
8. Supervising self-administered medication in the home which is limited to the following:
Obtaining the medication container from the storage area for the patient or client;
Ensuring that the medication is prescribed for the client;
Reminding the client that it is time to take the medication as prescribed; and
Observing the client self-administering the medication
9. Assisting with self-administered medication. Home health aides and CNAs assisting with self-administered medication must receive a minimum of 2 hours special training prior to assuming this responsibility (refer to “Assistance with Self-Administered Medication policy);
10. Other tasks as determined by the licensed professional and as permissible under FL law.
11. For special needs clients receiving only home health aide or C.N.A. services, the home health aide or C.N.A. may prepare the list of medications, supplies and equipment required for continuing care and service should the client be evacuated.