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Caring Driver Level I

The caring driver must be able to see the needs of the client clearly. The driver must assist client from door to door, opening and closing doors, assist with packages and bags, ensure safety belts are fastened and clients are safely home. Additional responsibilities may include sending information to CHP regarding next appointments, noted changes in patient, or needs of client.

  • Must be CPR certified by start date
  • Able to pass a background screening
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to lift up to 50lbs if needed
  • Vehicle must have full coverage insurance and meet the department of transportation standards

Caring Driver Companion Level II

The caring driver must be able to see the needs of the client clearly. The driver must assist client from door to door, opening and closing doors, assist with packages and bags, ensure safety belts are fastened and clients are safely home. Additional responsibilities may include sending information to the family or care giver regarding next appointments, noted changes in patient, or needs of client. May attend appointments with client, take notes, send report to family. Additional care management on behalf of client and family as needed.

  • Must be CPR certified by start date
  • Able to pass a background screening
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to lift up to 50lbs if needed
  • Vehicle must have full coverage insurance and meet the department of transportation standards

Companion Driver

The companion driver is for social engagement with clients, this may be assisting with errands with client or without. The companion driver may take clients to social engagements, or activities such as golf, clubs, dinners or other activities.

  • Must be CPR certified by start date
  • Able to pass a background screening
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to lift up to 50lbs if needed
  • Vehicle must have full coverage insurance and meet the department of transportation standards

Non-Medical Home Companion

The non medical home companion is needed in the home to assist with activities of daily living, such as light cooking and meal prep, light house work, companion care and socialization.

  • Must be CPR certified by start date
  • Able to pass a background screening
  • Clean driving record
  • Ability to lift up to 50lbs if needed
  • Vehicle must have full coverage insurance and meet the department of transportation standards

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