The primary responsibility of an Elderly Care Nurse is to provide live-in nursing aid in the home to an older person who can no longer take care of themselves. They provide basic treatment in a home setting that allows the patient to live as normal a life as possible and will perform assessments, give medications and injections (if needed), and assess the patient’s overall health. The Elderly Care Nurse is also expected to provide companionship and help their charge both physically and mentally.
We are able to aid in the placement of an Elderly are Nurse who has certifications and qualifications that may include, but are not limited to, Registered Nurse (RN), Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), OASIS certification, BLS (Basic Life Support), CPR, and First-Aid certification.
While the exact responsibilities are to be determined by you and your Elderly Care Nurse.
Elderly Care Nurse includes following Services
- Evaluating the patient’s condition and providing appropriate medical care
- Provide special care to patients with needs that may include wound care, IV therapy, Alzheimer’s, dialysis and heart issues.
- Administering medications and/or injections as needed
- Help with bathing
- Provide feeding assistance
- Provide support to the patient’s family members and other caretakers
- Instruct other caregivers on how to care for the patient as well as providing emotional support
- Hospice support
- Serving as a liaison between patients and other health care workers
- Providing companionship and emotional support
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