Je recherche quelqu’un pour aider mon père qui vit seul chez lui sur le plateau Mont-Royal du LUNDI au VENDREDI de 7/8am-11am et de 6pm-11pm. Il a depuis récemment perdu la mobilité de ses jambes. Du fait que ses jambes ne marchent qu'occasionellement, la personne devrait pouvoir avoir la force de le LEVER/le SUPPORTER. Idéalement la personne pourrait l’aider le matin (à sortir du lit, aller à la douche, l'aider à se rendre au transport adapté), ainsi que le soir (l'aider à aller au lit). Les horaires restent à discuter, les plages horaires seraient occupées idéalement par plusieurs personnes. Il a une chaise électrique à la maison, et une pliable pour le transport. Il fait des traitements de dialyse trois fois par semaine et le vendredi il faut aller le chercher et le ramener de la dialyse (en sécurité, pas aux Urgences). Mon père parle français et anglais. Merci pour votre aide!!
I'm looking for someone to take care of my charming grandfather for two days of the week, Monday and Friday day shifts. If things go well we can offer an additional night shift and future shifts for when the head caretaker is on vacation.
**Note: He lives in an apartment, not a nursing home.
**This job is managed through Emploi Quebec
-Cooking (meal and snack preparation)
-Light housekeeping, dishes, changing the bed, laundry
-Assistance with bathing, toileting and dressing
-Assistance with walking, exercise and mobility
-Providing support with recreational activities
-Responding to emergency situations
-Grocery shopping and running errands ** (most likely not)
-Observing and reporting to the family on changes in the health or status of the client
We are looking for someone who has a driver's license, we have a car.
If you drive a car to work, there is a parking spot available for you.
Must have experience, I will need at least one reference.
My father is 90 years old. He suffers from congestive heart failure. He uses a walker but would need someone by his side constantly when walking. He needs help with showers, going to the washroom and getting prepared for bed.
My mother has been the main caregiver since this COVID. She is 85 and has her own aliments. She is very mobile and does all their cooking.
When not helping my dad in the morning, there could be tasks to help my mother.
Example, dishes, folding laundry a listening ear.
Back ground check is required.
To care for my father, a 59-year-old diagnosed with normal pressure hydrocephalus. A chronic brain disorder that impairs memory, focus, attention.
Requires about 15-20 hours/week spread out through 5-7 days.
Requires help in the morning to ensure he takes a bath properly, eats breakfast and takes medication, changes clothes, help change bedsheets if they are soiled.
Supervising the individual while he completes his tasks independently.
Assisting only when the need arises, encouraging the individual to complete tasks independently.
Accompanying the individual for walks outside, when feasible.
UPDATE: We found someone to help during weekends, therefore we are looking for someone MONDAY->FRIDAY from 7am/8am - 11am AND/OR in the evening from 6pm-11pm.
We are looking for a responsible individual to help my father, who lives on the Plateau Mont-Royal. He has recently lost most mobility and autonomy, and has lost almost all use of his legs. As a result, he sometimes requires assistance to move from his bed to his wheelchair, into the shower, etc. As this is still quite fresh, we are open to discuss terms and scheduling. Ideally, we would like someone to be able to help him in the mornings to prepare for the day (shower, food, getting dressed), get into the adaptive transport vehicle, and get ready in the evenings. We are looking at different shifts, so not necessarily just one person to handle all. Currently, we are looking for someone for weekday mornings and nights, and from Friday evening to Monday morning. Possibility to sleep over on the weekends. He has an electric wheelchair in his home, and a manual one for when he goes to his dialysis treatments, three times a week. On Fridays, we ask that he be accompanied to the hospital in the adaptive transport, and back home afterwards (safe, not through the Emergency ward). He speaks English and French. Thank you in advance.