Personal Care Aide (PCA)
A Personal Care Aide, under the supervision of a Registered Professional Nurse, is responsible for assisting patients with non-medical personal care and home management activities (within the limits of the patient’s condition.) The PCA must be able to provide covered services according to the client’s care plan. Job functions may include:
- Making and changing beds
- Light household cleaning
- Laundry, including necessary ironing and mending
- Payment of bills and other essential errands
- Bathing of the client in the bed, the tub, or the shower
- Dressing and grooming
- Toileting, which may include assisting the client on and off the bedpan, commode or toilet
- Assistance with durable medical equipment
- Walking and transferring from bed to chair or wheelchair
- Preparing meals
- Assisting with administration of medications
- Providing routine skin care
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⇒ Experienced, certified PCAs needed in all regions – Full-time and part-time opportunities, all shifts. Sign-On Bonus for Certified Aides!
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