A caregiver initiates, participates with, assists, and/or supports the individual in accordance with the specified quality of life activities and personally meaningful pursuits outlined in the individual’s program
Dan, a senior citizen in a long-term care facility, used to be an award-winning billiards player. He and his support worker often play billiards in the facility’s games room.
This service involves a carefully matched staff going in to provide “quality of life” services that make all the difference. Taking people out for supper, assisting the individual to participate in meaningful activities, visiting, and making sure the client has all they need to be comfortable are just some examples of this type of service. This service is often provided in nursing homes and lodges, but it can also be provided to people living in the community.