$5 – 10/hr
A. Support for activities of daily living, e. g., - eating - bathing (bed bath, bench shower, sink bath) - personal grooming including dressing - personal hygiene - provide skin care (applying lotion, oil, etc.) B. Meal planning and preparation - C. assisting participants in and out of bed - re-positioning participants as necessary - D. assisting with ambulation - E. toileting F. Home support, e. g., -cleaning -laundry -shopping -home safety G. Monitoring of the participant's condition e. g., the type of monitoring that would be done by a family member such as monitoring temperature, checking pulse rate and observation of respiratory rate. H. Monitoring medication (for example, informing the participant that it is time to take medication as prescribed by his, or her, physician and as written directions on the box, or bottle, indicate). The aide cannot administer the medicine; however, this does not preclude the aide from handing the medicine container to the participant. I. Escort/Errand Services. Transportation to/from appointments may be provided when necessary and included in the participant's Service Plan/Authorization. J. Strength and balance training.