1. High School graduate or GED required.
2. Meets minimum age requirement per state law.
3. Successful completion of a Home Health Aide certification course.
4. Ability to contribute as a team member and ability to work under supervision.
5. Has valid driver’s license and use of an insured auto or access to adequate transportation.
6. Current First Aid certification.
7. Read, write, speak and understand English and/or sign language as needed for the job.
8. Knowledge of the regulatory requirements at the state, federal and local level.
9. Absence of criminal background which would prohibit them from working as a state tested nursing assistant.
10. Performs work under the supervision of the Case Manager Nurse or Branch Nursing Director.
11. Is responsible for observation and documentation of changes in the patient’s condition and the care or service provided.
12. Performs personal care/homemaking activities contained in a written assignment by the team leader which includes, but is not limited to the provision and/or assistance of the following patient care:
Provides various personal care and related paraprofessional services in accordance with an established plan of care. Provides for the personal needs and comfort of patients. Performs direct patient care for patients in accordance with an established plan of care and agency policy and procedures.
Provides care consistent with all relevant professional standards and state and federal requirements.
Reports to: Field Service Supervisor / Clinical Services Manager