Personal care aides give assistance to people who are sick, injured, mentally or physically disabled, or elderly and fragile. They work in the home and help their clients with daily activities, such as bathing and bathroom functions, feeding, grooming, taking medication, and some housework. Personal care assistants help clients make and keep appointments with doctors, provide or arrange transportation, make and serve meals, make sure they take their medicine and serve as a companion for their clients. The demand for Personal Care Aides is expected to increase up to 50-70% by 2020. This course is designed to prepare you to enter the workforce upon successfully completing it.