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Everyone needs some additional help from time to time and while many seniors rest on the friends and families for support, there could also be some instances during which it’s necessary to seek additional assistance or long-term care. Any senior finding themselves in need of extra help in their lifestyle might enjoy the services of a family caregiver.

Caregivers are personal care aides who work in their clients’ homes. These professionals help people with daily activities like bathing and housework. Caregivers look after clients who need personal assistance for medical reasons, a disability, illness or advanced age. They're vital to the clients they serve and perform a crucial function. These professionals could also be the right account for those who need assistance in non-medical aspects of their lives, which became challenging as a result of aging.

Caregiver duties and responsibilities can include:

  • Client's bathing and grooming, dressing, toileting, and exercise
  • preparing meals, shopping, housekeeping, laundry, and other errands for patient
  • help with getting in and out of a wheelchair, car or shower
  • providing constant companionship and general supervision
  • driving to and from activities, running errands
  • being a stablemate and supporter altogether matters personal, health-related and emotional
  • help with organizing, packing or cleaning for a visit, or general house care and cleaning
  • Help client consistent with his care schedule and noticing any changes within the individual’s health, recording and reporting any differences
  • Serving as a companion to clclient
  • Managing medications
  • skill and qualifications of caregiver:

  • Empathy and the ability to care for the client's social, emotional, physical and mental health
  • Proficient with the proper handling of medications
  • Patient and calm personality, good at listening and responding to others' needs
  • Good at basic home chores such as preparing meals and cleaning.
  • Trained in specialized areas of care, for example, dementia or Alzheimer's disease
  • Caregiver education, training and experience requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Specialized certifications will be an asset
  • Caregivers coming from the healthcare field, such as Certified Nursing Aids, may have state-mandated licenses
  • For some clients, who require specialized care, additional training will be required
  • For clients with special needs, or more years of experience will be preferred