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Attendant’s Task List Worksheet

How often do these need to be done? Daily (D), Weekly (W), or Monthly (M)
Personal Care Household Errands Transportation When
Dressing Vacuum Grocery
Shampoo Carpet Clothes shopping Provide
Toileting Wash/wax floors Medical Supplies Arrange/Schedule
Hair Food preparation Prescriptions Work
Teeth Bathroom Mailing packages School
Ears Windows Medical
Shaving Plants Yardwork Volunteer
Fingers/toe nails Garbage Gardening Other
Nose Blowing Appliance cleaning Mow grass
Feeding Changing linens Chop/stack wood
Exercise Dishes Painting

Sample Attendant’s Task List


  • Laundry
  • Ironing


  • Weeding


  • Family/friends
  • Social events
  • Movies
  • Restaurants
  • Picnics
  • Playing Games

Animal Care

  • Veterinary Visits


  • Supervise Medication
  • Money Management
  • Check writing
  • Reading/Writing
  • Signing
  • Wheelchair cleaning
  • WC Maintenance
  • Auto to shop for maintenance


  • If Hired Specifically For

Suggestions for Using the Sample Attendant’s Task List

We have included a detailed example from someone who requires many types of assistance for his busy life. Barry’s list and schedule from Skip De Graff’s book is how he began to organize his PA’s tasks. Take a look at what he did and transfer your information to the form we have provided (or get inspired to make up a form more to your liking). Ours is very generic to get you on your way and you may come up with a far better one. If you do, let us know so we can pass it on as we develop our Toolkit for other PAS (personal attendant services) users.