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contact 3127 West Hallandale
Beach Blvd Suite 107
Hallandale, Florida 33009

contact Phone: 954-961-1698
Fax: 954-961-1699
License: HHA29992465
manuel@totalhomehealthcare.org

contact 8370 West Flagler
Street, Suite 210
Miami, Florida 33144

contact Phone: 305-228-6575
Fax: 305-228-6571
License: HHA299991554
mission
To provide home health services in various aspects of the client's health from basic assistance with daily living activities to complex nursing care procedures and therapeutic treatments in the comfort of the client's home. ourmission
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CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)

HHA (Home Health Aide)

 

CNA/HHA’s provide personal care services, also know as "hands-on" care because they physically touch the client/patient. These caregivers help clients get in and out of bed, Assist patients with personal care needs such as bathing, elimination needs, transferring, dressing / undressing, and ambulation together with any household task (e.g., making bed, changing linens, laundry, light housekeeping, etc.) essential to the patient’s health in accordance with the patient’s individualized care plan.

The following are details of the services they can provide:

  1. Plan / prepare nutritious meals and assist in feeding patients as directed.

  2. Document services provided in an accurate and timely manner in accordance with agency policy and personal care plan.

  3. Maintain patient confidentiality at all times.

  4. keep records of services performed and of each client’s condition and progress

  5. Occasionally they change non-sterile dressings,

  6. give massages and alcohol rubs,

  7. assist with medication routines.

  8. Report any changes in the patient’s condition or incidents to Nursing Department in a timely manner.

  9. use special equipment such as hydraulic lifts,

  10. Notifies Nursing Department when clarification or education of a task is required.

  11. Submits notes and activity sheets in a timely manner (i.e. weekly)

  12. Performs tasks / skills as outlined on Medical care plan competently

  13. Measure and record patient’s temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure when requested and /or directed by the Nursing Supervisor and patient care plan.

  14. Implements appropriate infection control practices.

  15. Demonstrates appropriate judgment skills to be able to make independent decisions in routine patient care matters.

  16. Assist patient with Passive Range of Motion (PROM) when requested and / or directed by the Nursing Supervisor/Physical Therapist or per the plan of care.


    Companions: A companion is a person who cares for an elderly, handicapped, or convalescent individual or couple and can accompany them on trips, outings, and appointments, as well as prepare and serve meals. Companions are available for hourly, shift, or live-in care. Following are some of the possible services of a companion.

     

    Companionship & conversation

    Sort and/or read mail

    Arrange appointments

    Assist with walking

    Letter writing and correspondence

    Reading

    Meal planning

    Meal preparation

    Make bed

    Assist with entertainment

    Answer the phone

    Answer the door

    Basic grooming

    Apparel selection assistance

    Care of house plants

    Appointment reminders

    Discuss current & historical events

    Assist in decision making

    Participate in crafts

    Play games/cards

    Sewing assistance

    Monitor diet and eating habits

    Organize recipesPrepare grocery list

    Supervise home maintenance

    Oversee home deliveries

    Coordinate lawn care

    Clip coupons for shopping

    Weather awareness

    Light exercise assistance

    Review phone messages

    Assist with pet care

    Monitor food freshness & expirations

    Mail bills & letters

    Buy newspapers, magazines, books

    Rent & play VCR movies

    Plan visits, outings & trips

    Visit neighbors, friends, family

    Religious reading & discussion

    Birthday & anniversary reminders

    Maintain client calendar

    Maintain family scrapbook

    Record family history

    Medication reminders


    Homemakers:A homemaker is a person who performs household chores that include housekeeping, meal planning and preparation, shopping assistance, and routine household activities for the elderly, handicapped, or convalescent individual or couple as well as the services performed by a companion. Homemakers are available for hourly, shift-work, or live-in care. Following are some of the possible services of a homemaker:

    Housekeeping

    Laundry

    Iron clothes

    Wash dishes

    Take out garbage

    Change linens

    Vacuuming

    Drop off / pick up dry cleaning

    Pick up prescriptions

    Dust & polish furnishings

    Organize/clean closets & pantries

    Clean kitchen cupboards

    Clean refrigerator

    Clean ovenMeal preparation

    General shopping

    Grocery shopping

    Preparation of future meals

    Escort to lunch & dinner

    Incidental transportation

    Attend lectures, plays, concerts

    Attend religious services

    Attend club meetings

    Attend sporting events

    Airline departure & arrival assistance

    All activities of a companion