Certified Home Health Aides Available for Medication Reminders
Caregivers we refer are qualified and trained Home Health Aides provide assistance ranging from medication reminders to assisting with personal care.
CNAs and Home Health Aides referred by nurse registries may assist with self-administration of medication. Assisting with self-administered medications by reminding clients to take them at the prescribed time(s) and/or following up to ensure they are taken properly.
Medication Reminder From a Home Health Aide / CNA
Safety is our number one concern. In order to provide the utmost level of quality non medical home care support for families, a registered nurse from Accountable Home Care reviews the medications for which assistance is to be provided. The review of medication is conducted by a registered nurse or licensed practical nurse to ensure that the referred CNA or Home Health Aide are able to assist in accordance with their training and with the medication prescription.
State of Florida Requirements for Self-Administration of Medication
The patient or the patient’s surrogate, guardian, or attorney in fact must give written consent for a home health aide or C.N.A. to provide assistance with self-administered medications. Be sure to discuss your concerns and challanges with a team member at Accountable Home Care today.
Note: Homemakers and companions cannot assist with medication. They can only verbally remind clients to take medicine.