The Restorative Aide will be responsible for assisting residents to achieve and maintain an optimal level of self-care and independence. The Restorative Aide should be familiar with office practices and procedures, accepts accountability for responsibilities under direct control, plans and organizes work, exercises sound judgment and decision-making; promotes cooperative working relationships within and between departments and can prioritize and complete work assignments within agreed timeframes.
- Perform restorative services according to therapy/nursing grid plan of care and therapy/nursing assessments as reflected in the care plan.
- Observe and report on signs and symptoms of change in condition and patient response to treatment.
- Attend appropriate QA meetings.
- Maintain a consolidated list of residents receiving restorative care. This list is to be kept in a binder along with restorative grids and brought to restorative meetings.
- File grids in the designated section under the therapy tab in the clinical record no later than the 5th of each month.
- Complete admission heights and weights.
- Complete daily, weekly or monthly routine weights.
- Complete monthly vital signs flowsheets and places in the chart by the 5th of the month.
- Maintain all documentation as required by Federal, State and Company regulations.
- Exchange all information necessary for quality patient care.
- Organize patient care activities to complete patient care based on the priority of patient needs.
- Coordinate with Central Supply Clerk to make sure restorative supplies are sufficient to meet restorative patient needs.
- Must be a Certified Nurse Aide
- Must complete the facility’s Restorative Training Program
- Previous experience working in a skilled nursing facility is preferred
Regency Integrated Health Services is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled