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A Guide to Being a Companion Homemaker: Safety and Housekeeping

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A Guide to Being a Companion Homemaker: Safety and Housekeeping

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This video provides essential information about safety and housekeeping skills and gives practical instruction about cleaning products and methods.
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  • Streaming Video
  • How to Ensure Safety in the Home
  • How to Perform Housecleaning Tasks Efficiently
  • How to Do Laundry and Ironing Correctly
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A Guide to Being a Companion Homemaker: Safety and Housekeeping Info:

Course Description

Maintaining a clean home environment is important and we cover how to do it in this 1 hour course. In addition, a well-cleaned home provides a pleasant, nurturing atmosphere that supports physical and emotional comfort.

Course Objectives

A clean house helps your client stay healthy by reducing the spread of germs. After participating in this program, the participant will understand: how to ensure safety in the home; companion safety; how to perform housecleaning tasks efficiently; how to do laundry and ironing correctly.

Course Outcomes

  • Safety and Housekeeping
  • Infection control
  • Companion safety
  • Safety in the home
  • Cleaning products
  • Housecleaning routines and order of work
  • Cleaning specific rooms: Bedroom, Living room, Kitchen, Bathroom
  • Laundry: Sorting, Using the washing machine, Using the dryer
  • Ironing: Reading the clothing labels, Methods for ironing different kinds of fabric, Adjusting iron temperatures, Using a pressing cloth, Ironing a blouse or shirt, Using the steam iron


Instructor: Marion Karpinski, R.N.

Marion Karpinski, R.N. brings 40 years of nursing experience, much of which took place in hospital or skilled home care settings. By working with area agencies on aging, hospices, home health agencies, hospitals, faith-based organizations, community colleges and other organizations, we have been able to reach greater numbers of providers. We have had a significant impact on the training of both family and paraprofessional care providers.

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