CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
A support worker generally works with clients and supports them when it comes to feeding, bathing, dressing and routine housekeeping. Support workers need to be empathetic and have a passion to help others. They also need to be physically and mentally fit to undertake their duties. These hard working professionals work with elderly clients and individuals with a disability. There is a strong demand for support workers and this will only grow with the rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
Personal Care Assistant
A personal care assistant provides help, support and care to patients in their daily activities directly in each client’s homes or in hospitals, aged care or healthcare organisations. They provide care for patients who are ill, aged or disabled by helping with daily activities like feeding, bathing, dressing, running errands and routine housekeeping.
Disability Support Worker
Disability support workers help aged and disabled people with a range of daily tasks. These include personal hygiene facilitation, mobility support, shopping tasks, food preparation, housework tasks, and the coordination of social events. Disability support workers help with customer independence and quality of life.
Care workers work with people of all ages including the aged and those with disabilities. Care work can take place in a range of settings including people’s own homes, nursing homes and hospitals. Care workers are responsible for the physical care, emotional support and assistance of people with a variety of needs.
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