House Keeping & Maintenance

Housekeeping at an old age home is a rewarding and challenging job. It involves cleaning and maintaining the rooms and common areas of the residents, as well as ensuring their comfort and safety. Housekeepers must be respectful, compassionate and attentive to the needs and preferences of the elderly. They must also follow the hygiene and infection control protocols of the facility. Housekeeping at an old age home requires patience, dedication and a positive attitude.

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Report any changes in the residents’ physical or mental condition to the nursing staff or the supervisor promptly and accurately.

  •  Provide emotional support and companionship to the residents and their families, and help them cope with the challenges of aging and illness.
  • Follow the safety and infection control policies and procedures of the frailcare facility, and use the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) when performing tasks.
  • Maintain a positive and professional attitude, and communicate effectively with the residents, their families, and the other staff members.
  • Ensure that the rooms and common areas of the frailcare facility are clean and sanitized according to the established standards and protocols.
  • Assist the residents with their personal hygiene needs, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting, while respecting their dignity and privacy.
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