Lenoir Caregivers

Search 1 Caregivers in Lenoir, NC. 
Average rate: $20.00/hr.
Find a caregiver that fits your needs.

Filter by:

Here are some caregivers in Lenoir:

Previously Posted:

Tammy P.'s Photo

Tammy P.|Lenoir, NC

$10-15/hr 5 yrs exp 59 yrs old

Caregiver/ Home Helper

(1)
From companionship services to hospice care support and many care needs in between. The tasks of each service might differ however, the goal for all types of care remains the same: To enhance the lives of seniors and their families. Conditions like dementia or arthritis Care services can help meet a variety of care needs related to Alzheimer's disease, dementia, arthritis, Parkinson's, diabetes, depression, and other conditions. I am prepared to provide the highest quality of care the kind of care I would want for my own parents, spouse or grandparents. I understand that deciding to use outside help requires a lot of trust and humility, I am committed to not just capable care, but compassionate care. Working as a home health aide, you really see a person's day-to-day struggle and develop sincere compassion for what they're going through. If you don't have the heart, you will grow weary. At the end of the day, a home health aide's most important role is to be a helpful companion. Nurse's aides need professional and practical knowledge to carry out their many tasks, whether learned in formal training or at work. They must know how to take patients' temperatures and blood pressure. They must know and practice the best methods of washing, bathing and dressing patients unable to perform these tasks themselves. They need the know-how to move patients safely, without injuring themselves or their patients. . Nurse's aides need good oral and written communication skills. They must be able to communicate patient requests to medical professionals. Similarly, they must tell patients what their physicians and nurses have ordered in a way that encourages cooperation. They must record vital signs and other patient information accurately and relay it verbally to other health professionals. Nursing aides need a compassionate attitude to care for elderly and sick people who are disabled or in pain. . Nurse's aides need patience to perform regular tasks such as bathing or feeding when the person's pain or disability makes the process time-consuming. For example, nurse's aides must feed their patients carefully to prevent choking. They need emotional maturity to do jobs such as carrying bedpans and cleaning up accidents. They must have emotional strength to cope with the death of patients they have come to know and often love.
Showing 1 - 1 of 1

FAQs for finding caregivers in Lenoir, NC

What caregiver services can I find in Lenoir, NC?
Most senior caregiver services in Lenoir, NC will offer companionship, safety supervision, and assistance with daily activities in the comfort of the person's home. Caregivers can help seniors to move safely around their home, provide social and emotional support, assist with different degrees of personal care (bathing, dressing, or feeding), and help with meal preparations or light housekeeping. They can also help your loved one with medication reminders, and some can even drive them to any errand or doctor appointments around Lenoir.
How much does a caregiver cost in Lenoir, NC?
The average rate for hiring a caregiver in Lenoir, NC on Care.com as of October, 2020 is $20.00 per hour. This cost may fluctuate depending on the type of assistance needed by your senior loved one and the caregiver's experience and certifications.
How do I find caregivers near me in Lenoir, NC?
There are currently 1 caregivers in Lenoir, NC on Care.com. You can filter and sort caregivers by distance from Lenoir, NC or zip code, although you can expand the radius of your search if you'd like to increase your options. From there, compare candidates by reading about their experience working with seniors, the type of caregiving services they provide, and their hourly rate. Be sure to run background checks and check references from other families in Lenoir before making a hiring decision.