- Knows when to call 911, signs of stroke, signs of hospice care-end of life care, signs of UTI, signs of drug related interactions, signs of distress and any sign that needed immediate intensive or non-intensive care that cannot be cared for at home.
- Knows the following values are important when caring for those with degenerative health issues and for everyone: trust, patience, compassion, respect, privacy, authentic care, and empathy.
- Have the required skill set to assist young and older adults in daily living at home from bathing, medication management, light housekeeping, dressing/grooming and hygiene, feeding/cooking, physical activities/exercise, and other tasks needed to live a quality life while recovering from ill health.
Motherhealth Caregivers are:
- independent contractors (I9)
- with life and medical insurance benefits (after 3months of full time employment)
- works in flexible hours
- empowered through experience and training on quality standard of care for in home health
- paid weekly
Requirements for caregiver on-boarding
- assessment on phone and quicktest (emailed assessment form)
- TB test, CPR and background checks
- Driver’s license, application form, Social security card
- Watched Youtube videos on HIPPA, proper lifting for wheel-chair bound adults, dressing for bed-bound adults, FAQ (www.clubalthea.com/caregiving tips) and use of proper protection/gloves/etc
- Identified availability based on personal schedules and geographic locations within the greater bay area
- Smart phone (communication and reporting) and email address
- Nursing scrubs/proper uniform
- Based on level of care of client and skill set of caregiver, 24hrs or per hr (<6hrs) and starts from $15 per hr to $250 per day for 24hr work-schedule
Email email@example.com with your brief intro, experience, skypeID, contact, availability, reference and picture (DL,SN).
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