Providing companionship, supervision/monitoring, friendship and emotional support
Developing a positive and respectful relationship with the client
Supporting clients to maintain and/or develop independence living skills and routines
Ensuring safety and security for themselves, clients and others
Maintaining a safe and healthy home environment
Adapting to the client's wishes and requirements
Playing games, cards, reading to clients etc.
Accompanying clients to church, recreational events, social events, shopping trips,doctor'sappointmentand/orother appointments
Writing or typing letters/correspondence
Organizing and reading mail
Planning local trips and out-of-town travel with clients
Assisting with pet care (if applicable)
Selecting clothing apparel
provided on a short-term or regular basis because of the absence or need for relief of those persons normally providing the care. Respite activities are limited to those that the individual providing the service is qualified to perform. This type of care allows live-in caregivers, friends or relatives to take a break and still have the peace of mind that their love one is in good hands during their absence.
Transportation (includes recreational / leisure activities, appointments, shopping, outings, errands, etc.)
Laundry and ironing
Meal Preparation / Cooking
Errands such as picking up medication, posting mail, shopping, etc.
Assisting clients to prepare shopping list respecting personal preference, budget and storage limitations
Making / changing beds
Sweeping / vacuuming