CDS Task Tracking
In the Missouri CDS Program task tracking is required for the Personal Attendants. The Missouri Division of Senior and Disability Services creates a care plan for the consumer that outlines the tasks that are allowed to be completed by the personal attendant during the service. To ensure that our consumers are receiving the adequate care, there are multiple options the Personal Attendants can use to track their tasks.
1. Personal Care
Assistance with Toileting, Bathing, Dressing/Grooming, Medications, Ostomy Hygiene, Turning/Positioning, Passive ROM
2. House Cleaning
Change Linens, Clean Bath, Clean Floors, Clean Kitchen, Clean/Maintain Equipment, Laundry (Home), Laundry (Off-Site), Make Bed, Tidy and Dust, Trash, Wash Dishes
3. Meal Prep/Eating
7. Essential Correspond
The 7 Task Categories
In order to make clocking in and out easiest for the personal attendants, we have taken the tasks that are on the care plans and put them in the following buckets that you will choose while clocking out
DCI Mobile App
When creating a punch in the DCI Mobile App, the personal attendant will fill out the information as normal. At the end of the clock-out screen, you will be able to create a "note" about the tasks that were completed and then a section to select the Task Categories.
Please write a note about the tasks completed during the shift, and select all of the task categories that apply to the shift.
While using the phone clock-in system, you will now be required to select the proper canned statements that are applicable to the tasks you completed during the shift.
As you clock out, the phone prompt will end with this, please select all that apply:
"Please select one canned statement"
"Transportation - Press 1 for Yes, Press 2 for No"
"Treatments - Press 1 for Yes, Press 2 for No"
"House Cleaning - Press 1 for Yes, Press 2 for No"
"Personal Care - Press 1 for Yes, Press 2 for No"
"Meal Prep/Eating - Press 1 for Yes, Press 2 for No"
"Mobility/Transfer - Press 1 for Yes, Press 2 for No"
"Essential Correspond - Press 1 for Yes, Press 2 for No"
FOB Time Sheet
If a Personal Attendant is tracking their time using the FOB timesheet they can now track the tasks completed by using the new FOB Time Sheet.
At the end of each shift, the Personal Attendant will complete the form by filling in the time that they had worked, while also completing the "Tasks Completed" column. At the end of each week, the Personal Attendant will send the completed FOB Time Sheet to their Relationship Manager.