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Residential BSP

Department:  Residential and Community Programs

Direct Supervisor:  Assistant Director of Residential Programs

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Qualifications:

 

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services (Master’s degree is preferred)
  • Two year’s professional experience

 

Job Description:

 

The Residential BSP will:

 

STAFF RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Completion of the monthly staff schedule

·         Training staff

o   Conduct initial training with new trainees.

o   Conduct ongoing training (hands-on, Habilitation, Communication, Behavior Management, 1:1 training w/management).

o   Educate staff by providing in-service sessions on such issues as:  current applicable publications, videos, techniques, medications, Medicaid, etc.

o   Conduct monthly staff meetings.

·         Evaluation of staff

o   Monthly/yearly evaluations.

o   Verbal/written warnings.

o   Ensure the personnel policy manual is followed.

o   Approve sub request/shift changes, overtime, time sheets.

o   Positive work reports.

o   Maintain DCS work record.

 

CLIENT RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Ensure the general welfare and safety of clients at all times.

·         IPPs/IEP-ensure meetings are scheduled in a timely manner and that the IDT objectives are implemented.

·         Monitor, report, and investigate suspected or reported abuse and/or neglect.

Behavior Support:

§  Assess, observe, and document needs.

§  Take information before the Behavior Management Committee.

§  Write Behavior Programs with the Committee’s input.

§  Implement, train, and reassess data.

Medical Needs:

§  Ensure health and medications are maintained.

§  Assist the nursing staff in keeping required medical evaluations updated and current.

§  Ensure all clients attend medical appointments with either a Manager or well-trained staff also in attendance.

§  Ensure proper administration and documentation of medications.

§  Work with the nursing staff to train medical techniques and ensure OSHA regulations are implemented properly.

§  Ensure all medical supplies are maintained.

§  Monitor nutritional needs and weights.

§  Be an advocate for the needs of the clients.  Search out all necessary means to achieve appropriate services and objectives.

§  Maintain a positive relationship between the residents and their families, guardians, community support network and ASC (i.e. Case Management; Behavior Management).

§  Maintain communication with the resident’s family.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE RELATED RESPONSIBILITIES:

·         Billing

o   Review Program Documentation Form.

o   Record training time on DD forms.

o   Submit to the Billing Department in a timely manner.

·         Program Documentation

o   Complete QMRP notes.

o   Ensure Program Documentation Forms, Habilitation Plans, Task Analysis, Behavior Management Plans and corresponding data are documented properly and turned in on time.

o   Complete monthly Progress Reports

o   Maintain all current medical records, Behavior Programs, Habilitation Plans, etc. at both the residence and Client Records Department.

·         Maintain a Fire Drill notebook and ensure compliance with Fire Marshal rules.

·         Maintain an OSHA notebook and OSHA supplies.

·         Ensure that Unusual Incident Reports are documented properly and submitted within 24 hours of the incident.

·         Maintain all staff documentation.

·         On call duty.

·         Finance

o   Grocery purchasing within the budget.  Monitor consumption of controllable utilities such as water, electric, overtime, etc.

o   Account for cash receipts and client checkbooks

o   Account for petty cash.

o   Complete payroll data (O/T, time sheets, and travel sheets) in a timely manner.

o   Maintain SSI guidelines.

o   Maintain utilities within the budget.

o   Approve payment of purchases

 

FACILITY AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE:

 

·         Maintain vehicles and repair in a timely manner.  Documentation to be kept current.

·         Home and grounds

o   Maintenance of home, grounds, and equipment.

o   Repairs.

o   General appearance

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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Department: Residential and Community Programs
Direct Supervisor: RN Supervisor

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Qualifications:

 

  • Registered LPN in the state of WV
  • Experience with persons who are developmentally disabled is preferred.
  • Valid driver’s license, reliable transportation and vehicle insurance.

 

Job Description:

 

The LPN will:

  • Report directly to RN supervisor
  • Administers medications at ICF/MR Group House and other non ICF/MR Homes.
  • Accompany Betsy Broh residents to doctor appointments, emergency rooms, etc. when available.  Oversees Betsy Broh residents 24 hours a day.
  • On call for medical problems pertaining to clients, 24 hours a day.
  • Responsible for paperwork, nurse’s notes, writing and having doctors’ orders signed monthly, keeping residents’ medical books in order – ICF/MR house.
  • Instruct staff in CPR/FA, medications and immunizations required for employment.
  • Aware of and familiar with frequently used psychotropic drugs and instruct staff on uses and possible side effects of same.
  • Serves as Manager/Assistant Manager of Betsy Broh when appointed to such position.

 

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Direct Support Staff

Department: Residential and Community Programs
Direct Supervisor: Residential or Community Program Manager
 

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Qualifications:

  • At least a High School Diploma or GED
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, insurance and a safety sticker for their car
  • All direct care staff must successfully complete agency training

Job Description:

The Direct Support Staff will:

  • Provide for overall safety and health of the clients.
  • Follow all ASC personnel policies.
  • Work all assigned shifts.
  • Attend mandatory meetings.
  • Implement the daily client schedule that is based upon the individual client IPPs.
  • Implement behavior support programs that are individualized for each client.
  • Provide transportation for clients as needed.
  • Complete all documentation in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Implement Crisis Intervention Procedures as needed.
  • Complete all assigned duties.
  • Guide, teach and assist clients in skill development and community involvement.
  • Use augmentative communication device or other appropriate means of communication.
  • Participate in community activities with clients and teach appropriate social interaction.
  • Represent ASC appropriately while in the community during work hours.
  • Be role models of acceptable behaviors for all clients.
  • Reasonably react to crises and incidents.
  • Provide CPR and First Aid, when needed.
  • Follow through with all job requirements and instructions given by a supervisor.
  • Complete other duties as assigned by a supervisor.

 

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