Personal Care Worker
What is a PCW?
Personal Care Workers (PCW)
Personal Care Workers help with home-based services. They assist with bathing, dressing, toileting, ambulation, feeding and/or light cleaning. These services are known as/called Activities of Daily Living or ADLs.
What is a PCW?
Personal Care Workers are caring & compassionate individuals who are trained to assist the elderly and individuals experiencing disabilities. They assist patients with daily living activities such as light housekeeping, grooming, bathing, feeding. Personal Care Workers do not provide clinical services such as taking vitals, provide injections, physical therapy etc.
Do you already take care of a loved one that requires assistance with everyday activities?
Do you take care of someone (friend/family) with the following medical conditions?:
- Lower Back Pain
- Arthriti, Arthralgia
- Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
- Heart Disease
- Cervical Disc Displacement / Cervicalgia
- Intervertebral Disc Degeneration
- Chronic Pain
- Congenital Malformation Syndrome
- Unspecified Pain
- Fall History
- Gait Abnormality / Mobility
- Hearing Loss
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Autism ( age 8 or older)
If you do then you are eligible to become a Personal Care Worker and get paid to take care of your loved one!
Apply to become a PCW!
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