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The Home Health Aide/Certified Nursing Assistant (HHA/CNA) is a member of the home health care team who works under the supervision of Serenity Care Services, Inc. management team. The HHA/CNA will perform various personal care services as necessary to meet the client’s needs. The HHA/CNA is responsible for observing clients, reporting and documenting observations and care performed.

The HHA/CNA will be assigned in a manner that promotes quality continuity and safety of a client’s care.

Responsibilities:

  • End of Life Hospice
  • Alzheimer's Dementia Disease
  • Providing clients care as directed by SCS
  • Providing personal care
  • Lending bathing support
  • Supporting grooming care, including oral care
  • Assisting the client with dressing and undressing
  • Helping the client with toileting activities
  • Assisting client with feeding him/herself
  • Feeding clients who are unable to feed themselves
  • Supporting good skin care to prevent skin breakdown (i.e. turn and reposition client and actively encourage movement)
  • Assisting clients with active and passive range of motion as defined by plan of care
  • Providing clients with help walking and transferring
  • Observing client’s physical, mental and emotional condition
  • Reporting and documenting all changes observed
  • Reminding clients of medication intake
  • Following principles of infection control and universal precautions
  • Identifying and participating in performance improvement activities
  • Assisting with providing a safe environment and promoting quality patient care through adherence to established policies, procedures and standards
  • Providing driving support, when approved by SCS, and meeting both SCS and state’s driver’s licensing requirements
  • Ensuring client’s rights are adhered to, including but not limited to the following the right to:
  • privacy and dignity while care is being provided
  • accept and refuse care
  • confidentiality of their information
  • respond rapidly and appropriately in an emergency situation
  • use equipment properly and in a safe manner