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Home Health Aide

Part Time $15 – 20/hr Starts ASAP Minneapolis, MN
Many shifts available ranging from companionship to hospice. Dignified Choice Care offers extensive training, higher pay, and flexible shifts to best serve each caregiver so they are able to provide excellent care.

Companion Care Needed For My Wife In Robbinsdale

Full Time $11 – 20/hr Starts 10/14 Minneapolis, MN
My wife suffered a massive ischemic stroke in May, and is now confined to a wheel chair with her left arm & leg flaccid. We are looking for a kind & tender woman who's strong enough to wheel my wife (100 lbs.) up & down the ramps leading into our home. This full-time position will provide general care & companionship, including assistance with mobility, meals, dressing, & significant transportation (using our car). We'll also need help with light house cleaning (vacuum, dishes, laundry, etc.) and meal preparation.

Hands-on Care Needed In Plymouth

Full Time $13 – 14/hr Starts 10/13 Minneapolis, MN
Senior Care. one of my current caregivers of almost 5 years recently excepted a new job so I am looking for two part-time or one full-time PCA. The PCA should be comfortable with ADL's (activities of daily living) such as showering, toileting, feeding, meal preparation, driving my van, can lift 75lbs (cradle-style technique), have a valid driver's license and your own vehicle. I work part-time from home so there can be downtime during shifts for you to do homework (if you're a student) but I also enjoy going out to dinner, movies, sports, and concerts occasionally. If you're working when we do go out I will cover your food, ticket, etc. Some of my hobbies include: Watching Movies and TV shows (any genre), Watching Sports (Minnesota team), Spending time outside in the summer, Playing wheelchair hockey Computers, Music, and Church.

Hands-on Care Needed For My Husband In Minneapolis

Full Time $15 – 25/hr Starts 10/01 Minneapolis, MN
Helping my husband stay at home with tasks like meal prep, minimal dressing (sweaters etc), walking and light movement exercises, possible small wound dressing (band-aids etc), possible light housekeeping (dust or vacuum). Would prefer someone comfortable with or open to using essential oils to be applied on the bottom of the feet. Special consideration given to someone who has good conversational skills and is equally good at listening as talking. Days are flexible. Will start with a few hrs a week with more possible. Non-smoker preferred.

Meal Assistance PCA

Part Time $14 – 14/hr Starts 11/01 Minneapolis, MN
This is a great, low-key position helping someone with evening meal time. You will help prepare dinner for a woman with moderate dysphasia (swallowing disorder). Meal prep involves re-heating and cooking food, plating it, and cutting into small pieces. The client feeds herself but must be under supervision while eating. If aspiration occurs, you will assist the client with using a cough assist machine and nebulizer respiratory treatment. You will help clean up dishes after the meal and assist with other light housekeeping tasks as needed. The client has muscular dystrophy and uses a power wheelchair. The client lives alone in a non-smoking household and does not have pets. The client is friendly and easy going. This position is located in the client's home in downtown Minneapolis. Free parking is provided.

Special Needs Companion And Roommate For Young Adult

Full Time $11 – 25/hr Starts 09/09 Minneapolis, MN
We are hoping to move our 26-year-old son out of his group home and into an independent living apartment with a male roommate. YOU will be that companion and roommate. You and he will be able to select a 2-bedroom apartment of your choosing. You will be paid for your sleeping hours--to include free room and board--with the option to add additional paid care giving hours. Or you can keep your day job or attend school! My son can be very engaging; he also has an intellectual disability, speech, and emotional challenges. He has a need for companionship and would benefit from conversation and shared experiences. Need to encourage and create healthy eating environment, reminders and encouragement for hygiene, and daily living activities. Approx. 6 p.m. to 6am, asleep hours. Overnight hours as roommate; Extra hours available.

Companion Care Needed For My Mother In Minneapolis

Part Time $15 – 25/hr Starts 10/02 Minneapolis, MN
Seeking companion care near Minneapolis for my mother in her 80s. Meal Preparation: Some, coordinated with me. Transportation: Some errands, some doctors appointments, drop off at the fitness club (can take driving service home). Other: Mom needs motivation to walk outside more, so building "our walk" into the day's events is great; often needs help sorting and organizing around the house (working on some streamlining of household goods); may need coverage for leg wrapping (for lymphedema, can train how) when I am away. Schedule Details: System force me to choose a day, but it will be something coordinated with the right person. Mom needs help up and down curbs and needs to hold on when taking other steps -- otherwise, gets around well. Preferences for a caregiver who is a non-smoker, comfortable with pets and CPR / first-aid trained.

Companion Care Needed For My Loved One In Minneapolis

Part Time $15 – 25/hr Starts 11/01 Minneapolis, MN
I need a companion care provider with Alzheimer's / Dementia experience for my loved one in their 60's. Companionship: Games, art, shop, ... Light Housekeeping: Tidy house.

Seeking Part-time Senior Care Provider In Minneapolis

Part Time $12 – 17/hr Starts 10/05 Minneapolis, MN
I need senior care provider with experience. Our care concerns are: Mobility Assistance, Companionship. Duties include providing companionship and social interaction. I would like someone to pick her up from the home once a week and take her to lunch and the book store for a few hours. Unfortunately am out of state.


Full Time $15 – 16/hr Starts ASAP Minneapolis, MN
Title: Program Residential Counselor Job Description: Responsible for the overall running of the house, scheduling the implementation of each resident's IPP during the weekdays, making sure the program paperwork is updated daily, and providing input for IPP development and progress reviews. Duties and Responsibilities: - Live in the house, sleep in on week nights and ensures that residents get ready for work or day program and leave the house properly dressed with either a lunch bag or money for lunch. - Create a home-like atmosphere; maintain high standards of housekeeping. - Schedule and ensure the implementation of the following tasks (either by delegating or performing in person): cooking, cleaning, food purchasing, grounds maintenance, and resident's involvement therein. - Maintain running food and supply shopping list for house. Make sure the food shopping and cooking follows the menu posted in the house. - Ensure that resident's clothing are in adequate supply and in good repair and schedule shopping trips for residents as necessary. - Help clients with bathing and grooming as needed. (observe if toe nails need trimming - make appointment with podiatrist if needed) Ensure that each resident has an assigned laundry day and performs laundry (including bedding) with the assistance of the staff on duty. - Ensure that residents' bedding and bath linens are clean and in a good state of repair. Inform office of items that need to be replaced. May be given money to purchase items during normal working hours. - Ensure that house is clean after residents leave for their day program (check that the bed is made in each bedroom, the bedroom is picked up, there is no odor in any room or rest of house, make sure kitchen is clean and dishes washed/put away, straighten up linen and supply closets, and mop kitchen floor if needed). - Ensure maintenance and repair of vehicle, equipment, furnishings, and building by informing Program Coordinator II and scheduling the work of repairmen or taking items to be repaired. - Ensure that the schedule of programmatic activities set by the Program Coordinator II is implemented; report to Program Coordinator II on any incidents or difficulties with program implementation. - Ensure daily implementation of clients' medical plans, behavior plans, diets, etc. - Administer and chart medication, order medication when low. - Conduct periodic house meetings with the residents. - Conduct and document fire drills once a month. - Act as a liaison between administration and other staff through daily communication book. Get a report from weekend staff on Sunday evening and check that they have filled the appropriate documentation (med charts, progress notes, activities logs, any incidents, etc). Communicate incidents to Program Coordinator II. - Coordinate with weekend counselor to produce a biweekly list of community outings and schedules those outings. - Leave a list of housekeeping chores and programmatic activities for weekend staff; make sure that there is gas in the van and food needed to cover the weekend. - Leave instructions for other direct care staff. - Communicate important information to other staff through the Communication Book to ensure consistent care. - Ensure that all logs and learner data sheets are filled by direct care staff and informs Program Coordinator II of any incident or immediate concern. - Check staff's time sheets on a regular basis to ensure that they are entering their hours as worked and are not running into overtime. Notify Program Coordinator II so that substitute staffing can be provided to avoid overtime. - Attend meetings of interdisciplinary teams, and staff meetings as required. Write summary of meetings. - Help in scheduling and arranging transportation to doctor's and therapist's appointments. Take residents to appointments if needed. - Ensure that Metro Mobility and other rides are arranged (and appropriately canceled, if needed). - Occasionally stay on duty for sick residents or snow days, or holidays if no office staff is available. - Provide basic orientation to new staff as directed by the Program Coordinator II. - Provide input to Program Coordinator II for developing IPPs and progress reviews. - Collect pay stubs and other financial information from residents and keep in locked cabinet. - Keep active communication with clients' day programs, case managers, and families. Keep friendly communication with neighbors. - Maintain own work eligibility by keeping Mantoux test, CPR, First Aid, Med Administration certification, and Minnesota driver's license up-to-date. Also attend required training. - Other duties as requested by Program Director or Program Coordinator II in keeping with client care requirements.