Implement and document training activities as specified in the support plan to include, but not limited to: areas of behavior, self help, daily living, social and leisure skills, community inclusion, physical and nutritional management.Provide positive social and leisure interaction daily.Administer prescribed medications, monitor self-administrations of medications, follow protocol for disposal of medications, maintain medication count and communicate with pharmacy as needed.Follow established protocol for residents' personal care, special dietary requirements and medical needs.Maintain a clean and safe home-like atmosphere while encouraging personal choices.Assess internal and external health and safety issues and correct or report them.Report all incidents of abuse/neglect in accordance with the Disabled Abuse Act, to the abuse registry. Follow all policies and procedures and other duties as required.
Eligible to legally work in the United States.Be at least 18 years of age.Ability to provide proof of a high school diploma or GED.1 year previous experience working in a medical, psychiatric, nursing home, child care setting and/or with persons who have Developmental Disabilities. College, vocational or technical training equal to 30 semester hours, 45 quarter hours or 720 classroom hours can be substituted for required experience.Ability to successfully complete background check and drug screen.Valid Florida driver's license with a clean driving recordAbility to lift 50lbs, walk, bend, squat, turn in the knees, back, wrists and shoulders, grasp with both hands, work on feet for extended periods of time and see and hear with or without correction.Ability to read, write and speak English.Able to work schedule and accommodate the needs
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