Hourly-Full Time Caregivers

Hourly Caregivers typically work 35-40 hours a week. They will normally provide care during normal day time hours. Hourly caregivers will not sleep at the client’s residence. After their shift is over, they will go home.

This type of care is appropriate for individuals that need care during the day between breakfast and dinner but will not require a caregiver at home during the night hours.

  • Helping with activities of daily living, such as eating, bathing, showering, dressing, getting in and out of bed and toileting

  • Cooking meals and grocery shopping

  • Driving to doctor appointments and providing medication reminders

  • Keeping the house clean

  • Entertaining the senior throughout the day with various activities

  • Providing nursing care if they are trained in this area

  • Transferring and other forms of mobility assistance

  • Cognitive stimulation, including conversation, reading aloud, and playing games

  • Supervision, monitoring, especially for those in early stages of memory impairment

  • Performing light physical and occupational therapy at home

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