About the Role
Nurse Aides/Medication Aides work from a developed care plan to help clients achieve maximum self-reliance in daily activities.
Assist with eating bathing toileting transfers grooming and dressing as necessary in accordance with the service plan
Assist with foot care, oral hygiene, and general skilled care
Take vital signs (blood pressure pulse and respiration)
Administer treatments in accordance with treatment orders and the MAR
Prepare and serve the breakfast meals on weekends
Record and report changes in the resident’s physical condition, behavior, or appearance to the healthcare coordinator/on-call nurse immediately
Complete a shift report and progress notes each shift on each resident
Provide emotional reassurance to residents
Lead residents in activities on weekends in accordance with the activity and/or as appropriate Medication administration in accordance with medication orders and the MAR
Observe or report indicators of abuse, neglect, illness, and misappropriations (theft) of a resident’s property to the healthcare coordinator/on-call nurse
Any other duties or responsibilities you may be assigned by the supervisor
Must be at least 18 years of age
Present a written medical statement, completed within the prior 12 months by a physician, nurse practitioner, or physician's assistant, certifying that the employee has no illness or health condition that would pose a health risk to others and that the employee can perform the duties assigned in the job.
Successful completion of nurse’s aide home health aide training
Completed all requirements for adult care home medication aid
A minimum of one year of related experience in caring for impaired adults
Must provide at least three reference letters or the names of individuals with whom a reference interview can be conducted, including at least one former employer. The individuals providing reference information shall have knowledge of the applicant's background and qualification as a nurse’s aide
About the Company
Southeastern Wake Adult Day Center focuses on providing skilled support to seniors, disabled adults, and their caregivers. Southeastern’s programs are carefully crafted to enhance the quality of life and improve the general welfare of each participant and their family. Our mission is to provide a safe and caring environment for adults so they can remain living in their homes and communities. We strive to promote independence and offer a wide range of activities, therapies, and socialization to meet the individual needs of each participant and their family.
We are your safe home...away from home!