Assess patient health problems and needs, develop and implement nursing care plans, home care plans and maintain medical records.
Enables patients to stay in their homes by monitoring and recording patient condition; providing support and personal services; teaching families.
Aides generally are responsible for light cleaning, cooking, running errands, and doing laundry, as well as assisting clients with bathing, showering, grooming, and other personal hygiene tasks. They also engage clients in activities like reading, talking, and playing games.
Prepares treatment for patient by following prescribed procedures and protocols. Prepares patients for physical therapy treatment by welcoming, comforting, providing and/or assisting patient into physical therapy apparel or apertures.
Assess patients' and clients' health needs and diet. Counsel patients on nutrition issues and healthy eating habits. Develop meal plans, taking both cost and clients' preferences into account.
Be responsible for managing everything that keeps the home running smoothly. Their duties typically involve cleaning the house, cooking meals, ensuring clothes are laundered, maintaining the household budget, shopping for groceries, and caring for children in the home.
To maintain a clean, sanitary, comfortable and tidy environment for either private households or commercial establishments
Interview and examine patients with breathing or cardiopulmonary Consult with physicians to develop patient treatment plans. Perform diagnostic tests such as measuring lung capacity.
Treat injured, ill, or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of everyday activities. Help these patients develop, recover, and improve the skills needed for daily living and working.
Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.
Medical social workers provide social services to patients facing substantial and often challenging medical issues. Individuals recovering from illness or trauma may become psychologically, emotionally, and socially destabilized; it is the duty of a medical social worker to provide support for these clients. Medical social workers help patients by addressing problems related to their illness, such as substance abuse or domestic conflict.
Assist individuals facing terminal illness with a limited life expectancy. Work closely with patients and families to identify goals and priorities, and to develop a plan to achieve them. Manage symptoms such as pain, breathing difficulty and anxiety. Provide emotional support to patients and families as death is approaching.