Program Facilitator - Full-time
The Program Facilitator is responsible for carrying out the activities during specified duty hours and ensuring the quality of care by assisting with ameliorating to improve deficit areas.
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- Demonstrates ability to assist and evaluate in the patient admission process.
- Facilitates groups to meet facility and patient needs.
- Demonstrates knowledge of individual residents’ histories, current progress, and personal issues or difficulties.
- Demonstrates ability to interact effectively with residents, including the ability to de-escalate residents with verbal interventions.
- Assists residents in promptly following through with programming issues and medical and community appointments.
- Demonstrates ability to interact appropriately with residents during programming by role modeling and encouraging them to complete assigned projects.
- Demonstrates ability to oversee exams.
- Reads all staff memos, staff communication notes, resident case management notes, and physician notes and summaries.
- Community Involvement: Demonstrates knowledge of community resources and coordinates community volunteer projects.
- Initiates assignments without hesitation and, when completed, seeks out other assignments.
- Demonstrates ability to accomplish assigned tasks with minimal supervision.
- Displays willingness to work additional hours when necessary.
- Assists residents in purchasing appropriate amounts and types of food items as outlined by weekly menus.
- Monitors and assists residents in preparing meals that have been planned.
- Ensuring that an appropriate curriculum is facilitated to residents.
- Demonstrates knowledge and appropriate classroom management.
- Demonstrates knowledge of resident’s deficits as it applies to a group function.
- Ensures that residents participate appropriately in a group setting.
- Delegating appropriate staff to assist in working with residents.
- Reports daily progress to Program Directors.
- Documents on resident’s progress daily and services provided.
- Demonstrates ability to evaluate resident’s performance and deficits adequately.
- ADL’s Assistance: Assists residents in performing and completing ADLs as needed.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Minimum of high-school degree or equivalent and 20 hours of college credits.
- Must be certified in AHA BLS and ABC 101
- Must have a valid Texas Driver’s License and a good driving record.
- Must be knowledgeable of and practice infection control and Universal Precautions at all times.
- Must obtain a tuberculosis test within the first 14 days of employment and annually after that.
- Must pass a criminal background, misconduct registry, and OIG/GSA Sanction check.