Just make sure it’s someone who is willing to show up responsibly and is willing to learn how to do things your way. I also like to use the word
"Proactive " when describing the ideal candidate since they will be doing a lot of things for you a little boost of initiative is always nice.
Make sure the care giver is able to handle the task at hand and able take advice from the patient and doctors.
This is tough. But for sure the biggest thing to remember is that while some caregivers becomes friends, first and foremost it is a job. And stressing that to the people your hiring so they understand that you are hiring them because you need help to be independent and if they can’t commit to the job, the requirements or be punctual that it’s okay to move on top another caregiver. Never settle with your livelihood
My answer is good luck finding anyone. If the person shows up, doesn't rob You too much and is not too high on something that makes them unpredictable...they are a keeper...you just won the attendant lotto.
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