What Services Can a CNA Provide?
Often, family members do not want their parent or grandparent to leave their home and move to an assisted living facility or nursing home. For aging or debilitated people who only acquire minimal assistance with dressing, meal preparation or the reminder of medication, it is prudent for a family to employee a CNA to visit the home and perform a particular task or stay the length of a shift. CNAs may assist their clients at home with the following:
- Taking Vital Signs
- Simple Meal Preparation
- Light Housekeeping and Home Safety
- Dressing, Bathing and Personal Hygiene
- Shopping for the Basics
- Age and ability appropriate exercise, if needed
At times, people living in independent living communities want to stay at home and not progress to another level of care. As a private duty CNA, I come in and assist with activities of daily living for a charge of $18 an hour.
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