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The Home Health Aide is responsible for providing personal care, supervision and assistance to individuals who require assistance due to age, disability or illness in their home. The Home Health Aide must possess excellent interpersonal skills, be reliable and have a desire to help others.


  • Provide personal care and assistance, such as dressing, bathing, grooming, toileting, and other activities of daily living

  • Prepare meals, feed patients, and assist with meal preparation

  • Measure and record patient's vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration

  • Assist with exercises and ambulation

  • Assist with light housekeeping, laundry, and other errands

  • Provide companionship and emotional support

  • Monitor the patient's physical and mental condition

  • Follow the plan of care and report any changes to the supervisor

  • Ensure the safety of the patient

  • Maintain patient confidentiality


Required Qualifications:​​

  • Current certification/license as a Home Health Aide in Pennsylvania

  • minimum of 75 hours of training, including 16 hours of supervised practical experience

  • strong interpersonal and organizational skills

  • be able to take direction

  • demonstrate compassion and empathy for clients.

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