ROCKLAND, Maine — A former home care worker who prosecutors say has not lived up to the terms of a plea agreement faces up to nine months in jail for stealing more than $17,000 from a woman in her care.

Tasha Campbell, 24, of Waldoboro pleaded guilty in June 2014 to felony theft as part of a deferred disposition. The terms of that agreement called for Campbell to repay $17,116 in restitution during the two years and to undergo counseling.

If Campbell had adhered to those terms, she would had received a six-month jail term. But if she failed to meet those terms, she would face a three-year sentence with all but nine months suspended.

A hearing was scheduled Monday in Knox County Unified Court for Campbell’s sentencing but it was postponed because the woman’s attorney Roger Hurley was absent. Assistant District Attorney Jeffrey Baroody told Judge Susan Sparaco that Campbell has failed to repay the money and also had not provided the district attorney’s office any records of her receiving counseling.

Campbell worked as a home care aide in 2013. Assistant District Attorney Christopher Fernald said Campbell used a female client’s debit card to make more than 50 unauthorized purchases. The former home aide was supposed to use the debit card only for groceries for the client.

The theft occurred from March through August 2013.

Campbell also pleaded guilty in 2014 to a possession of oxycodone charge from June 2013, which was included in the deferred disposition.

With the absence of her attorney, Sparaco rescheduled Campbell’s sentencing hearing until July 14.