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Home Health Aides

Home Nurse Making Bed
  • Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting

  • Medication management, including reminders and assistance with administering medications

  • Basic medical tasks such as taking vital signs, monitoring symptoms, and reporting any changes to the care team

  • Transportation assistance for medical appointments and errands

  • Emotional support and companionship

  • Assistance with exercises and mobility

  • Education and support for family members and caregivers

  • Coordination of care with other members of the healthcare team

Home health aides are trained professionals who provide essential care and support to individuals in their homes. They assist with daily activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting, as well as medication management and basic medical tasks such as taking vital signs. Home health aides may also provide light housekeeping, meal preparation, and transportation assistance. They work under the supervision of a registered nurse or licensed therapist and are trained to provide compassionate care that promotes independence and quality of life. Home health aides play a critical role in enabling individuals with chronic illnesses, disabilities, or injuries to remain in their homes and maintain their independence.

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