Arbors at Mifflin
1600 Crider Rd
Resident Activity Assistant organizes and participates in person-specific activity programming, including one to one interventions, small group facilitation and large group presentations. Capable of documenting individual participation and value of approaches in medical record.:: Qualifications:: Education: High School Diploma or Equivalent State-specific certification as an Activity Assistant Preferred: Licenses/Certification: Certified Recreation Therapist, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant or Activity Assistant Certified (NCCAP or state-specific) or State Tested Nursing Assistant preferred: Experience: Prefer minimum of 500 hours of experience in activity programming in any setting prior to hire preferred. High School or Equivalent. Acceptable areas of in-service education. Essential Functions: Assists the resident activity director as needed. Utilizes the environment to provide both comfort and stimulation to the resident population. Fosters a sense of community within the center environment. Leads and participates in individual and group activities. Utilizes a variety of models to achieve individualized programming, such a pet therapy, music therapy, art therapy, etc. Assists with decorating the facility and preparing for special events and seasonal parties. Develops and posts monthly calendar as a planning resource for residents and families. Participates in recreational programs for residents confined to their rooms. Promotes volunteer efforts in the community. Maintains records of activities and attendance. Stores activity equipment and supplies and cleans area after conclusion of the activity. Utilizes the biopsychosocial model to support resident well-being. Provides or arranges for comfort/support to residents and families when needed. Performs other tasks as assigned.: Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Demonstrated willingness to learn new modalities and approaches. Good listener. Builds rapport easily. Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with other disciplines. Good communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Able to work with residents/families facing end of life issues. Disclaimer: This description is designed to indicate the general nature and level of work for this position. It is not intended to describe minor duties or other responsibilities that may be periodically assigned.:
Medilodge of Sault Ste Marie
1011 Meridian Street
Want more than just a job, looking for a career? MediLodge wants you! We are currently hiring for Certified Nursing Assistants! MediLodge is a skilled nursing group that is looking for the best, most compassionate employees to join our team. A career with MediLodge is a rewarding one where you can see the impact on residents and their family members. We promote “growing our own” and are very involved in our employees development, helping them to achieve their goals! MediLodge offers Top Notch Benefit Packages to our Employees! * Competitive Wages * Tuition Reimbursement * Student Loan Repayment Program * Opportunities for Advancement * Company Paid Life Insurance * Paid Sick Vacation Time * Company 401k Program * Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance * Aflac and Colonial Ancillary Insurance Products Help us make a difference! Summary: Plans, coordinates and provides total nursing care for residents and provides supervision and guidance to clinical staff members. Scope of work may be modified by state specific rules under the Nurse Practice Act. Qualifications: * Education: Graduate of accredited RN School of Nursing. * Licenses/Certification * Valid RN license in the state employed. * Valid CPR certification. * Experience: One year of nursing experience preferred. Essential Functions: * Initiates and leads team conferences in development of individualized nursing care plans. * Assesses and documents the resident’s condition and nursing needs. * Accurately and promptly implements physicians’ orders. * Assigns nursing care to team members in accordance with the resident’s needs and the person’s capabilities and qualifications. * Supervises, directs and evaluates LPNs, LVNs, and CNAs. * Administers medications, starts IVs and performs treatments for assigned residents, and documents that treatment as required company, and local, state and federal rules and regulations. * Participates in orientation and in-service training for personnel. * Assists physicians with special tests and procedures within the scope of state specified Nursing Practice Act. * Ensures that supplies are utilized economically and that equipment is clean and maintained in a safe manner. * Reports and records pertinent observations and reactions regarding residents. * Coordinates nursing care of residents when scheduled for therapy or procedures by other departments. * Assists with or institutes emergency measures for sudden adverse developments in residents. * Interviews applicants and recommends hires. Participates in counseling, disciplinary action and termination of staff, to extent permitted by state practice act. * Supervises nursing unit, which includes scheduling and directing the nursing staff to extent permitted by state practice act. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: * Skilled in directing and motivating the workforce. * Ability to work cooperatively as a member of a team. * Ability to communicate effectively with residents and their family members, and at all levels of the organization. * Ability to react decisively and quickly in emergency situations. * Knowledge of training techniques for clinical staff. * Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Belmont Village Senior Living
24141 Ventura Blvd
: IND123 #gd #MON: Belmont Village Senior Living is a certified GREAT PLACE TO WORK® on FORTUNE’s Top 50 Best Workplaces in Aging Services! Our employees say we have a positive company culture, competitive pay, excellent benefits, bonuses and career growth opportunities. Belmont Village staff members play an essential role in providing our residents with an exceptional lifestyle as they age. Our goal is to build dedicated teams who provide excellent care and services to our residents with knowledge, compassion, respect and a commitment to working with seniors. Join our dedicated team to help make Belmont Village Senior Living a Great Place to Work and Live!: PURPOSE: Activity Leader, organizes and implements specialized activities for seniors with cognitive disabilities living in our Assisted Living and Memory Care community. This position is responsible for ensuring quality and program integrity for therapeutic memory enrichment activity programs. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: * Leads daily therapeutic memory enrichment activity group and ensures therapeutic person-centered, Whole Brain Fitness programs through a typical day structure * Prepares background materials and conducts relevant research for activities within the provided curriculum. * Tracks and trends weekly activity participation in specified group, and completes and maintains program/resident documentation as required by company policy and/or licensing requirements * May conduct specified bi-annual Cognitive Assessments residents under the supervision of the department manager * Maintains regular and consistent communication with the department manager, colleagues, caregivers, and Nurses; also communicates with and involves resident family members as needed and/or directed by the department manager. * Ensures a safe and secure environment for residents in the program, complying with all safety procedures including elopement and wandering prevention protocols. REQUIREMENTS: * Associates Degree required, with course work in social work, psychology, recreation therapy or related field. * Experience working with seniors or other related experience required * Must successfully complete an “Activity Audition” * Ability to work flexible days/hours * Proficient in written and verbal English * Proven organization, time management and attention to detail skills * Interest in working with the older population * Computer experience and ability to use or learn to use software programs PREFERENCES: * Bachelor’s Degree in a related field. Belmont Village Senior Living offers full-time employees benefit plans including medical, dental, vision, prescription, short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance, PTO and 401(k) savings. Belmont Village Senior Living is an EOE/Drug Free work place. Belmont Village will consider all qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the law.:
Monroe Health Services
516 26th Ave
Summary/Objective: Responsible for the coordination of the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI) process to ensure accurate and timely completion of resident assessments in accordance with Medicare, Medicaid, OBRA and other payor program requirements. Ensures assessments accurately reflect the physical, mental and psychosocial status of each resident; ensures accuracy of RAI to reflect optimal reimbursement for services provided; ensures appropriate documentation to report and support services provided and assessment accuracy, etc. Essential Functions: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. * Coordinate the completion of each resident’s MDS in compliance with all State and Federal requirements * Calculate triggers and develop resident assessment protocols for initiation of care plan * Ensure MDSs are completed timely * Accurately identify each resident’s level of functioning in accordance with RAI manual guidelines * Ensure each MDS accurately identifies the lowest level of functioning allowable to maximize reimbursement opportunities as allowed by Federal and State Law * Ensure CNAs, nurses and other disciplines have accurately completed required clinical record documentation timely * Coordinate and assist with weekly interdisciplinary care conferences and Medicare meetings * Make necessary referrals to nursing and therapy departments * Maintain MDS and supporting clinical record documentation according to State and Federal requirements and in compliance with center policies/procedures * Review and assess all resident information (including hospital records) to accurately complete MDS scoring * Train nursing staff on responsibilities for timely and accurate clinical record documentation * Development * Ensures Medicare claims relating to MDS pending and therapy pending errors are corrected * Generate MDS audit reports as needed h3. Implementation * Verified Medicaid billing accuracy * Verifies and maintains accurate billing for HMO and VA residents * Compiles monthly and quarterly Medicare/Medicaid default reports * Ensures MDS submission and report preparation, processing (CASPER, Validation Reports, etc.) and distribution * Identifies MDS/Census and AR errors for corrections for center billing information * Provides training on clinical software and Care Tracker * Complies with laws and regulations applicable to position and act in accordance with Center’s Compliance Program * Attends and participates in in-service training, performance improvement (“PI”) committees and other meetings as scheduled and directed Work Environment/Physical Requirements: The responsibilities of this position involve significant physical activities including standing, lifting (up to 50 pounds unassisted), bending, stooping, pushing, pulling and twisting. All employees of nursing homes may be required to provide lifting and transfer assistance to residents. Lifting and/or transferring some residents will require use of a lifting device and /or assistance of other staff. Required Education and Experience: * Current license to practice in the State as an RN (or in process of obtaining RN) * Working knowledge of the MDS assessment cycle and assessment information * Computer proficiency with Microsoft products Preferred Education and Experience: * Experience in a fast-paced environment * Post-acute care or health care experience preferred Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: * Experience using MDS software computer system and software including proficiency in Microsoft Office Word and an email system. * Strong oral and written communication skills. * Strong organizational and project management skills. * Ability to work with all levels of employees. * Ability to read, write, speak and understand English. * Ability to relate positively, effectively, appropriately with residents/patients, families, community members, volunteers and other center staff. * Working knowledge of the MDS and RAI process with strong interest in Medicare, Medicaid, and other payor reimbursement systems. * Demonstrates basic computer knowledge and ability with an aptitude to learn company applications.