This Is Serious Stuff!
As an aide, you are carrying out very important instructions. The instructions were given to you by a nurse, who in turn, was acting upon the instructions of a physician or other health professional. Treating these instructions seriously helps to make sure that your patients get the care they need. It also helps to protect you (and All Metro) from liability. Liability is a legal term that means someone can be held responsible for harming someone else.
Imagine that one of your patients is harmed but what you did was in the care plan and was done in accordance with All Metro policy. It is unlikely that you will be held responsible (liable). However, if you do something that is not in the care plan (or otherwise approved) and the patient is harmed, you could be held responsible and so could All Metro. Protect yourself and protect All Metro. Every time you visit a patient, take what you are supposed to do there seriously.
Remember to follow the Aide Plan of Care exactly