Who takes care of the residents when it comes to bathing and taking care of their toileting and so on? It’s not me. That’s not my job, it’s not what I’m going to suggest that you do either; that is what the caregivers do.

The caregivers are taking care of the residents’ “activities of daily living”. That’s does not include medical. Whether it would be bathing or feeding, or whether it would be something else in between, all those things are taken care of by the caregivers.


If somebody has a higher level of need, maybe they’re on Hospice inside your home, Hospice can come visit the home. Hospice can provide their services as well. Hospice can come into the home just like they can come into your home to visit someone and help take care of them as well.

The caregivers are going to take care of the activities of daily living. – Tweet this!

Not medical, just personal needs.

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Gene Guarino

Founder of the Residential Assisted Living Academy.

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