A caregiver’s main duty is to provide primary care to the elderly / disabled individual. This includes providing any basic care that does not legally need to be performed by a locally licensed nurse, physician, or other medical professional. It will also include providing assistance with bathing, dressing, grooming, and feeding. In addition, caregivers may carry out light housekeeping duties, run errands, plan and prepare meals, do the grocery shopping, and transport the elderly individual to medical appointments, social activities, etc. Regarding meals, typically the caregiver will prepare any meals that fall within her/his hours of work. Keep in mind that the amount…
Alberta 1-800-899-8841 Employers must pay the minimum wage (according to Job Bank) to their nanny, whether he/she is a local nanny or a nanny you have pursued from overseas. Minimum wages are determined by local (provincial and territorial ministries of labour.