Position: Supported Living Skill Builder I
Supervisor: Director of Supported Living Services, Director of Residential Services and/or, Residential Services Coordinator or Residential Shift Coordinator
Location: Pedro, OH
High School Education or equivalent (Degree Preferred)
Six months prior experience working with target population preferred
Successful completion of all required criminal background checks
Adult/child CPR/First Aid and SCM Certified
Interact in a pleasant and professional manner with other employees, physicians, providers, agencies, patients, and patient's families to promote a team effort through cooperation and respect for fellow employees.
Carrying/lifting/transferring (min 50 lb.), communicating, stooping, kneeling, squatting, reaching, standing, walking and repetitive activity. Performing physical interventions.
Ability to see, hear, feel, and verbalize.
May be exposed to fumes/odors, body fluids/blood/tissue.
Ability to apply concepts of basic math.
May be required to adhere to safety coverage policy.
Exceptional skills in communication both written and verbal, conflict resolution and client relation. Must have the ability to listen willingly and to work effectively for and with individuals with developmental disabilities
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exits. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral and diagram or schedule form. Must be able to think "on your feet" or problem solve client's needs, and at the same time comply with company practices, processes and policies.
Maintain annual TB tests, required paperwork and background screenings as required by licensing agency.
Complete required hours of Orientation Training and any other training required by regulations, which will include SCM training. Supportive Living Specialists will be required to pass the SCM written test as well as the physical test. The Necco Center reserves the right to release employment of a Supportive Living Specialist employee who is unable to perform physical behavior management interventions. This includes all current staff and/or new hires. This decision will be based on the current staffing needs and safety coverage of the Necco Center.
Gain an understanding of the consumer's services and supports by becoming familiar with their ISP
Facilitate and teach daily living routines to maximize skills, abilities, and independence.
Assist people who receive our services to share places, and develop a positive reputation and status with people in their community.
Assist consumers in making healthy and safe choices that affect their lives in the community.
Provide direct training and related support services to people who receive our services.
Maintain accurate service delivery records
Maintain knowledge of community resources.
Work in conjunction with other departments such as Residential, Clinical, Nursing and Education.
Complete Homemaker Personal Care (HPC) Services that include:
Basic personal care and grooming, including bathing, care of the hair and assistance with clothing;
Assistance with bladder and/or bowel requirements or problems, including helping the individual to and from the bathroom or assisting the individual with bedpan routines;
Assisting the individual with self-medication or provision of medication administration for prescribed medications, and assisting the individual with, or performing health care activities;
Performing household services essential to the individual's health and comfort in the home (e.g. necessary changing of bed linens or rearranging of furniture to enable the individual to move about more easily in his/her home);
Assessing, monitoring and supervising the individual to ensure the individual's safety, health and welfare;
Light cleaning tasks in areas of the home used by the individual;
Preparation of a shopping list appropriate to the individual's dietary needs and financial circumstances, performance of grocery shopping activities as necessary and preparation of meals;
Incidental neighborhood errands as necessary, including accompanying the individual to medical and other appropriate appointments and accompanying individuals for short walks outside the home.
Participate in the individual's individual service plan (ISP) meetings if and when the individual requests them to attend;
Perform tasks and duties according to the ISPs;
Recognize changes in the individual's condition and behavior as well as safety and sanitation hazards, report to the supervisor and record them in the individual's written record;
Document all services provided to and on behalf of the individual on the HPC;
Monitor incidents and take immediate actions when necessary to ensure the health, safety and welfare of individuals and provide notice to the supervisor.
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