Our home healthcare professionals’ staff help you plan, organize, and provide services to your loved one. We create a healthcare plan by conducting an assessment of medical needs. After carefully developing a program, we set goals based on a variety of treatments.
NTSOC provides a four-week CNA training program that can be taken by anyone age 16 and over. Often, parents and siblings become CNAs to provide care for their loved ones.
After planning treatments, our CNAs provide care with written instructions from our professional staff of RNs. We implement the patient’s plan of care in compliance with agency, state, and governmental regulations.
CNAs perform personal care activities such as bathing, hair care, oral hygiene, and dressing. They can facilitate simple exercises and transfers. Our CNAs also assist with therapy programs when instructed.
While carefully monitoring the health of your loved one, our CNAs report any changes in condition. Also, while working closely with families, they provide emotional support and offer different socialization avenues during home visits.