care attendant

care attendant

n
(Social Welfare) social welfare (in Britain) a person who is paid to look after one or more severely handicapped people by visiting them frequently and staying when needed, but who does not live in
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Ramsey County, through the Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health Department, seeks a contractor to provide qualified professional health care staff in the classifications of: Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Home Health Aide (HHA), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Registered Dental Hygienist (RDH), Registered Dental Assistant (RDA), Medical Assistant (MA), and Personal Care Attendant (PCA) to provide health care services to inmates and detainees at various Ramsey County facilities on a temporary, as-needed basis to supplement County personnel staffing.
They offer to work for the senior citizen as a personal care attendant or helper, professing their sincere love and loyalty.
HUDDERSFIELD MP Barry Sheerman |visited the town's probation office and is here pictured presenting day care attendant Andrew Wilcock with a bronze award for trial bike-riding.
She is the owner of her own business, Hill Country Care Providers, an in-home personal care attendant service.
Our four core businesses are SNFs, skilled home health, community home health (personal care attendant service) and hospice.
Kevin Dunwoody and his pal, Billy McCarthy, 44, a care attendant, arrived after a journey involving two trains and two flights.
The home-based care attendant and information staff positions of these two systems provide more job opportunities for the unemployed, resulting in one disadvantaged group providing services to another disadvantaged group.
Another Home LINKS client, Joan (*), was able to stay in her home with her husband and teenage children after her personal care attendant left the job when Joan's MS worsened.
Without those dollars, Frazier couldn't work, because he could never afford to pay out of pocket for personal care attendant expenses that range from $500 to $2,000 a month.
Up to 18 people, some suffering from severe dementia, disabilities and other serious illnesses, were left with only a care attendant from 10pm until 8am.
Agnes, 54, a former care attendant, said life changed for ever when Kevin, now 28 and serving another prison sentence, began using drugs.
Two of the main projects of OPAG are the publication of the Senior Voice newspaper, in circulation for more than 27 years, and the UAA-accredited Personal Care Attendant and Certified Nursing Aide training and certification they provide.