Chantelle Isaac-Husband

Taha Aloha Caregiver and Live-In Assistant. Emergency Adult Day Care Services

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Family in Antioch

Hello, My name is Chantelle and I am a Private Duty Professional Home Health Aid and Co-Owner of Taha Aloha Care. My friends and I started our own small business earlier this year in the Antioch area and we provide services with Assisted Daily Living Tasks within the Contra Costa County community. We provide families with the right caregiver and peace of mind. We assess the needs of the client and we administer an individual that we feel will match the needs of what the client wants. We consider ourselves to be an agency in which is professional, courteous and nurturing to both client and caregiver. The breakdown on level of care and services is below: Basic ADLs consist of self-care tasks, including: -Functional mobility (transferring) Measured as the ability to walk, stand, get in and out of bed, get into and out of a chair; Staff has Hoyer training and Wheelchair transference training. -Bathing/showering Full versatility for showers, baths, or towel and basin light wash refreshing -Dressing This includes clothes, diaper changes, bandage and dressing changes -Self-feeding Light meal prep, dishes and eating assistance as per needed. -Personal hygiene and grooming Washing, brushing/combing/styling hair, make-up, shaving etc. -Bathroom Assistance Getting to the toilet, cleaning oneself, and getting back up One way to think about basic ADLs is that they are the things we do when we get up in the morning and get ready to go out of the house: i.e. Get out of bed, go to the toilet, bathe, dress, groom and eat. Instrumental ADLs Instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs) are not necessary for fundamental functioning but also known as SHAFT (shopping, housekeeping, accounting, food preparation/Mediation reminder, telephone/transportation), but they let an individual live independently in the comforts of their own home -Housework -Preparing meals -Taking medications as prescribed -Managing money -Shopping for groceries or clothing -Use of telephone or other form of communication -Transportation within the community Occupational therapists often evaluate IADLs when completing patient assessments. The American Occupational Therapy Association identifies 12 types of IADLs that may be performed as a co-occupation with others: -Care of others (including selecting and supervising caregivers) -Care of pets -Child rearing -Communication management -Community mobility -Financial management -Health management and maintenance -Home establishment and maintenance -Meal preparation and cleanup -Religious observances -Safety procedures and emergency responses -Shopping Evaluation of ADLs There are several evaluation tools, such as the Katz ADL scale, the Lawton IADL scale and the Bristol Activities of Daily Living Scale. Most models of health care service use ADL evaluations in their practice, we have created our own evaluation tool to help determine the level of care our clients will need. Our job is to make a bridge, ease transition and be a compassionate caregiver that will serve as a companion to those in need. Select us to help you. We are waiting for your call.

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Email Address ...@gmail.com Confirmed
Phone Number 925-237-... Confirmed
Zip Code 94509
Years of Experience 10
Preferred Applicants Individuals
Availability
Companion Yes
Homecare Yes
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Household
Start Date: Asap Yes
Day To Work: To Be Determined Yes
Languages None Identitied

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