The Special Kids Special Families Adult Services Day Program RN/LPN works closely with the Director of Adult Services and staff to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies rules and regulations as they apply to client health, medication, nutrition. Full time position.
· Medical Records: Oversee and obtain medical records from medical professionals and other provider agencies, HHP’s / Guardians.
· Medical Protocols: Write medical protocols and individual plans of care annually or more often as needed for the Residential Services clients and review with the Residential Coordinator, Supervisors and the Host Home Providers.
· Medical Documentation: Ensure appropriate medical documentation is maintained in client records, including nursing notes on any on-site assessments in the Homes to include incident reports.
· Medication Administration Record: Ensure proper documentation of current MAR.
· Client Hospitalization: Confirm and process medical assessment and all release forms for client after hospitalization or serious illness.
· Medical Information and Orders: Monitor and update on an on-going basis. The Residential Services client’s medical information / medical orders and ensure all medication orders are current.
· Medical Data Sheets: Complete and keep current medical data sheets for Residential Services clients. Conduct quarterly or more often if needed home visits to ensure all proper medical needs are being met per DIDD state regulations.
· Client Intake: consult with Adult Services Director and the Residential Services Coordinator during the intake process about the medical needs, medical records and protocols of potential clients.
· Meetings: Attend Host Home Staff / Providers meeting and trainings.
· Day Program Med Assistance: Assist with necessary client medical procedures when LPN is unavailable.
· Human Rights Committee: Oversee HRC process and procedures for the Residential Services Program.
· Auditing: Assist with auditing client books as directed by the Adult Services Director.
· Training: Q-Map – Responsible for Medication Administration training (QMAP) as required for Adult Services Residential Services Host Home Providers. To include oversight and review of medication administration documentation. Universal Precautions - Train Host Home Providers in Universal Precautions. G-Tube – Train and provide over-site to Host Home Providers in G-tube competency. Work with the Residential Services Coordinator to train Host Home Providers to safely administer nutrition, medication and hydration and maintain DIDD regulations compliance with each individual’s plan of care. Medical Protocols – Teach and train Residential Services staff and Host Home providers about medical protocols and the individual plans of medical care of clients.
· Miscellaneous duties as assigned.
· Must be able to lift and transfer up to 50 lbs.
· Ability to sit, stand, bend, and stoop for periods of time.
· Ability to work in a stressful environment.
· Ability to respond to emergency / crisis situations.
· Exposure to noise.
· Exposure to blood and/or body fluids.