Contribute to ongoing support of Service Users and their informal carers
Contribute to the movement and handling of Service Users to maximise their physical abilities and mobility.
Enable Service Users to maintain their personal hygiene and appearance.
Enable Service Users to achieve physical comfort.
Assist in the preparation and making of meals drinks and snacks
Enabling Service Users to maintain a good level of nutrition and hydration.
To provide assistance with toileting, including emptying and cleaning of commodes, emptying and changing of catheter bags and the use of aids to continence such as pads.
Enable Service Users to access and use toilet facilities.
To provide assistance with other tasks of daily living that the Service User cannot manage alone. These may include cleaning, shopping, collection of pension, paying of bills and laundry.
Enable service users to manage their domestic and personal resources.
Monitor and maintain the cleanliness of their environment.
To provide social support such as talking and listening to Service Users, helping them maintain contact with family and friends.
Enable Service Users to maintain contacts in potentially isolating situations.
Promote effective communications and relationships.
To record all actions and information within the home in a clear, legible and professional manner.
To report to the Care Manager all changes in the health and social circumstances of the Service User. Receive, transmit store and retrieve information.
To work as part of a team with colleagues and work closely with other agencies and professionals involved in the care of Service Users, for example District Nurses.
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