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Superb ability to work independently and great dependability. Strong ability to learn new tasks and make decisions easily. Excellent oral communication skills. Excellent listening skills. Excellent eye - hand coordination. Uncommon ability to observe and make accurate records. Sound ability to move about freely and to do light to medium lifting. Profound ability to work with a wide diversity of patients. Remarkable ability to motivate patients to follow prescribed treatment. Uncommon sense of flexibility and the ability to improvise. Professional Experience Administer prescribed oral medications under writtendirection of physician or as directed by home care nurse and aide. Change dressings. TPN administration . Check patients' pulse, temperature and respiration Direct patients in simple prescribed exercises and in the use of braces and artificial limbs. Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, and problems in order to report and discuss observations with a supervisor or case manager. Massage patients and apply preparations and treatments, such as liniment, alcohol rubs, and heat-lamp stimulation. Provide patients with help moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs or automobiles, and with dressing and grooming. Accompany clients to doctors' offices and on other trips outside the home, providing transportation, assistance and companionship. Care for children who are or who have sick or disabledparents.