Certified Nursing Assistant/CNA-Home Health
Make home visits to provide or assist with personal hygiene including bathing, toileting, dressing, skin and nail care, and oral and personal hygiene. Perform simple procedures assigned such as ambulation and exercise, household services, and assistance with medications. Report changes in the patient's condition and needs, and complete appropriate records the day of service.
Must be 18 years or older. Must possess a current, unencumbered, active license to practice as a CNA in this state. Current CPR Certification. Good communication skills and sensitivity to the needs and experiences of others. Good observation, reporting, and documenting skills. Ability to maintain a clean, safe, and healthy environment. Knowledge of basic infection control procedures. Knowledge of basic nutrition and fluid intake, including food preparation techniques. Ability to read and record temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration. Knowledge of basic elements of body functioning and changes in body function. Ability to recognize emergencies and knowledge of emergency procedures. Understanding of the physical, emotional, and developmental needs of and ways to work with the populations served in Home Health. Knowledge of appropriate and safe techniques in personal hygiene and grooming.