The Certified Restorative Aide (CRA) provides medical and physical care to community residents to meet their daily needs and enable them to function at the highest possible level. The CRA is the residents' closest advocate in the community.
The CRA reports to the Charge Nurse and also has accountability to the Director of Nursing and the community Executive Director.
- All tasks are performed in accordance with current standards, guidelines and regulations in a safe and efficient manner.
- Attends to all resident personal hygiene and personal care needs, including but not limited to grooming, hygiene, dining and nutrition, mobility, elimination, psychosocial and safety needs.
- Organizes all supplies necessary to complete the tasks.
- Supports residents in self care and provides care as necessary for those unable to care for their own needs.
- Assists with providing restorative nursing under the leadership of therapy professionals and neighborhood coordinators in accordance with the resident's maintenance plan.
- Maintains personal and staff compliance to all State and Federal requirements including: bloodborne pathogens, hazardous materials, infection control and fire safety.
- Performs other duties as required.
Applicants must possess a current State Certified Nursing Aide (CNA) certification, and it is preferred that applicants have a high school diploma or GED and are CPR certified. Must be in acceptable standing with the Nurse Aide Registry as applicable.
Applicants must be respectful and pleasant to the residents, guests and their coworkers. Applicants should be person-centered and quality focused. Applicants must demonstrate the intention to strive for high efficiency.
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