The Personal Care provider must be a certified nursing assistant. This employee must be at least 21 years of age and ...Education
The CNA must demonstrate education, training and qualifications in the following areas:
Completion of a basic aide-training program consistent with State and Federal requirements and for which a certificate was obtained;
Active, valid certification and evaluations/ health exams as required by law;
Skills and abilities to perform the specific assignment;
Appropriate language skills required for the assignment.
Ability to successfully pass the NLN Skills Test;
Current CPR and Basic First Aid certifications.
Each person rendering personal care will do so in compliance with state regulations regarding the certification and training requirements necessary to qualify for this category of caregiver.
At least one year experience as a personal care aide, home health aide or CNA in a home care setting.
Evidence of an interest in and ability to work with people.
Good grooming and personal hygiene is evident including no visible tattoos or body piercing other than earrings.
Past employment indicates dependability, ability to follow directions, good judgement and emotional maturity.
Willingness and ability to follow directions from supervision and training.
Ability to document daily activities in writing (English is required) and do simple math.
Strong interpersonal and customer service skills.
Evidence of homemaking and cooking skills.
Ability to work with all levels of management.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Builds strong relationships with other caregivers and clients/families.
Maintain accurate records of daily tasks in compliance with policy and procedure and the Service Plan.
Maintain communication with supervisor, and family and will report emergency or problem situations immediately.