Duties - attached and specs Length of assignments - 12 months or longer depending on the staffing needs of the facility Description of Occupational Work Stockley Center provides small resident/staff ratios for more individualized care for our residents. Small ratios allow meaningful time spent with residents through active treatment focusing on making every day a great day.
This position, under the supervision of a Registered Nurse or LPN, provides assistance with activities of daily living to intermediate care residents with intellectual disabilities.
Duties: assist with feeding, toileting and ambulation, monitor and record resident vitals, conduct rounds to ensure the safety and well-being of residents, plan implementation and other related duties.
Positions typically report to a professional superior.
Professional staff delegate work and review as needed. Significant to this work is the ability to recognize and describe subtle changes in resident physical/emotional condition and report/record those changes.
Essential Functions Essential functions are fundamental, core functions common to positions in the class series and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of every job duty for any one position in the class.
Since class specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here.
• Provides mentoring/orientation for newly hired/less experienced staff ensuring assignments are completed.
• Leads individual/group therapeutic processes/discussions involving reality orientation, sensory stimulation, range of motion exercise, and application of splints/braces.
• Participates on interdisciplinary care team providing information about the individual's overall physical condition, abilities, and behavioral characteristics.
• Ensures aseptic integrity of feeding, catheter, and respiratory tubes/devices while assisting individual with personal hygiene.
• Monitors/records temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, nutritional intake/output. Alerts professional staff to significant physical/behavioral changes/irregularities.
• Provides oral/written description of individual's physical/behavioral change.
• Observes client/patient/resident activities, recording/reporting unusual/hazardous behavior. Conducts periodic rounds to ensure safety/wellbeing of clients/patients/residents. Provides written/oral reports to describe unusual incidents.
• Escorts/is responsible for individuals' traveling to social/recreational activities and medical appointments on/off campus.
• Applies appropriate interventions to prevent or de-escalate inappropriate behaviors.
JOB REQUIREMENTS Successful employment within the facility depends upon results of a required criminal background check through the Background Check Center and drug screening, and full COVID Vaccination. Training within the facility is required to understand and meet the needs of the resident population
- Recording Stats
- Patient Positioning
- Assist Resident
- Provide Medical Care
- Perform Nursing Duty