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Home Care Aides
Home Care Aides or Caregivers provide non-skilled nursing and personal care to patients in the comfort of their homes. They assist patients in performing activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, dressing, toileting, feeding, and in maintaining a clean, healthy, and safe environment by doing some light housekeeping & assisting them with ambulation, transfers and medication reminders. They also provide companionship and accompany patients in their doctors’ appointments and in doing some errands.
Certified Nursing Assistants have basic training in patient care and they work under the supervision of the LVN’s, RN’s and doctors. Their responsibilities include basic care services such as bathing, grooming and feeding patients, taking vital signs, moving and turning patients, making beds, organizing patient rooms, catheter care and assisting nurses with medical equipments.
They also give important social and emotional support to patients and also provide vital information regarding the patients’ conditions to nurses.
Licensed vocational nurses have more advanced training than CNA’s and they work under the supervision of the doctors and registered nurses. Their responsibilities include close monitoring of the patient’s vital signs and observing for any adverse reactions to medication or treatment, administering medications and enemas, applying dressing to wounds and bedsores, collecting samples for routine tests, perform catheterizations, maintaining medical documentation and updating the doctors and registered nurses about the patients’ condition.
Registered nurses are highly trained and experienced nurses that are involved in all aspects of patient care. Their responsibilities include conducting thorough patient assessments, administering injections, blood transfusions, chemotherapies, and medications that need careful monitoring, developing and coordinating patient care plans, educating patients and staff, and maintaining nursing notes and medical documentation. They supervise other healthcare workers such as LPN’s, CNA’s and home care aides.