Help with feeding or to make sure a person does not choke.
The ability to wash, rinse and dry self.
Helping a person put on or choose clothes to wear.
Ways to keep a person clean so they don’t get sick.
Help to use the bathroom, change a diaper, or clean up and get dressed after.
To help a person walk or move.
To help a person move to a good place in a chair or bed.
To help a person get in or out of bed or chair.
To know what a person will need or want.
To fix food for a person to eat.
Going to the store to buy clothes or food for someone.
To drive or ride with or teach a person to get where they need to go.
To clean a house or wash clothes for another person.
To help a person use money for food, clothes and a home.
To help a person use a phone.
To make sure the right medicine is taken at the right time.
To help a person look for work.
To help a person make good choices.
To help a person who can’t recall things.
To help a person act in an acceptable way