A Non-Skilled Visit is a face-to-face contact between a Certified Nursing Assistant (C.N.A) or a Home Health Aide (HHA) and a recipient at the recipient’s place of residence. The visit is not limited to a specific length of time, but is defined as an entry into the recipient’s place of residence, for the length of time needed, to provide the medically necessary home health aide service(s). The following are examples of services provided under non-skilled visits:
- Bathing and skin care
- Assisting with transfer
- Assisting the individual with prescribed range of motion exercises that have been taught by the RN.
- Measuring and preparing prescribed special diets.
- Providing oral hygiene.