To ensure the consumer’s personal safety by following all safety rules during any consumer activity.
Ensure the rights of the consumer are upheld at all times.
To serve as an advocate for the consumer.
Report any change in consumer needs by completing appropriate documentation and notifying Program Director/Designee for all irregular changes.
Report any suspected consumer abuse and/or neglect immediately to your direct Program Director/Designee.
The Assisted Living Technician works under the direction of the Program Director/Program Director/Designee. The Assisted Living Technician is responsible for completing all duties and activities assigned by Program Director/Designee. Positive interaction with consumers and co-workers in all program areas is required. It is the responsibility of the Assisted Living Technician to meet the physical, safety, emotional, intellectual and social needs of each consumer and to provide the services specified in the consumer’s IPOS.
To follow all I.M.P.A.C.T. and regulatory agency policies and procedures.
Attend all mandatory staff meetings.
Complete all paperwork required by I.M.P.A.C.T. and all regulatory agencies; correctly, legibly and on time.
The Assisted Living Technician is responsible for the consumer’s activities of daily living, which may include but not be limited to bathing, feeding, dressing, personal hygiene, toileting, housekeeping, laundry, shopping and cooking.
Administer medications to each consumer as ordered by the physician, using the procedure taught by I.M.P.A.C.T.
To assist the consumer with community integration, which may include outings, developing/maintaining outside friendships or Agency sponsored activities.
Make recommendations concerning consumer goals by becoming involved with the Person Centered Plan, self-advocacy and self-determination.
Business needs may at times make the following conditions mandatory: overtime, or adjustments in current work schedule. Employees are expected to work overtime when scheduled or requested by the employer. This is a condition of employment.
To monitor and complete programs for each consumer as directed in their individual plan of service (IPOS). This may include dealing with challenging behaviors such as verbal and physical aggressions.
To report any problems or concerns to the Program Director/Program Director/Designee.
To promote an atmosphere that is positive, cooperative, and secure. Avoid rumors, gossip, bringing personal business into the workplace that may negatively affect the consumer.
Be respectful and sensitive of all staff and consumer’s cultural differences including but not limited to; weight, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, race and other legally protected classes.
Through the entire course of employment, must maintain an acceptable driving and criminal record.
Complete Training Toolbox with 100% accuracy.
To complete new employee orientation and all re-certifications with 100% accuracy within the required timeframe.
Attend selected trainings which are of benefit to the Agency.