Home Health Aide
Are you a former certified aide whose certification has lapsed, or are you an experienced PCA, EMT, or Hab tech? Are you looking for an opportunity to get back into health care? Would you like to give compassionate care to one client in the comfort of their own home? If you answered yes, then BAYADA Home Health Care has the opportunity for you.
BAYADA Home Health Care is currently hiring Certified Nursing Assistants and experienced Home Health Aides / PCAs to give loving care to our clients. Working as a Certified Nursing Assistant / Home Health Aide for BAYADA means being treated with the respect and the recognition you deserve. Employee recognition awards, training, scholarships, competitive weekly pay and benefits available for full time and part time employees.
Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide positions at BAYADA require that you provide excellent one on one care, have high standards, and are very reliable. Our clients depend on their CNAs / HHAs to be there when they need them.
If you enjoy helping others in need and currently are up-to-date with your certification OR have at least 2 years of experience in the health care field, please contact us immediately. Become a part of our dream team! CLICK APPLY
One year verifiable work experience|2 years of health care experience|Current CNA certification preferred, but not mandatory if 2 years or more of experience|CPR preferred but not mandatory.
Each Home Health Aide must:
Be at least 18 years of age, and
Have at least one year of verifiable work experience in a hospital, nursing home, community health agency , private-duty home care case, or completion of Medical-Surgical clinical rotation in nursing school,
Have at least one year of verifiable work experience in an unrelated field and have successfully completed a 75 hour Home Health Aide training course approved by BAYADA Home Health Care Nursing Office, and
Demonstrate an ability to read, write, and effectively communicate in English, and/or the predominant language of the client population to be serviced, and
Pass the BAYADA Competency Evaluation Examination, and
Have a criminal background check completed, and
Meet all state requirements for Home Health Aides, i.e. state certification, where applicable.
Adheres to the established client care plan.
Assists with assigned personal care tasks.
Assists with ambulation and exercises.
Performs light homemaking assistance, including help with personal laundry, meal preparation, and food shopping.
Provides assistance with self-administered medications, as instructed on the care plan.
Performs other activities as directed by the Clinical Manager, e.g., measuring and preparing special diets, assisting with the use of certain equipment, measuring intake and output, etc.
Observes and understands safety and infection control issues.
Demonstrates sound judgment.
Reports any changes in client's condition to the Clinical or Client Services Manager.
Completes daily Activity Records and accurately documents the care provided.
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About this company
BAYADA Assistive Care services in Mooresville, NC provide non-medical assistance with activities of daily living for adults and seniors when a health issue has made it difficult to manage everyday tasks on their own. These services are provided primarily by home health aides on an ongoing shift (two-hour or more) basis, and are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This care is also sometimes referred to as personal care or aide services.
Our care professionals in Mooresville, NC excel at what they do, and their assistance can help adults and seniors continue living independently at home—where they want to be. Our assistive care specialists include BAYADA Home Health Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants, Homemakers, and Companions. Whether occasional services or live-in care is needed, we match the client’s needs with the right BAYADA professional.
Self-care assistance with activities of daily living, including:
• Dressing and grooming
• Bathing and toileting
• Walking, moving, and transferring (including safe use of wheelchairs, walkers, or lifts)
• Basic exercise
• Reminders about medications and appointments
• Meal preparation, help with eating, and nutritious food selection
Household support services, including:
• Light housekeeping, such as vacuuming, dusting, and sweeping
• Washing and folding laundry
• Trash removal
• Shopping for groceries, picking up prescriptions, and other errands
• Companionship (such as conversation, reading, and on outings)