- Leads assigned Life Guidance programs and develops service plans.
- Offers adequate and diversified recreational activities to residents with sufficient supervision for each activity.
- Proactively involves all Life Guidance staff in the planning and implementation of the daily program which includes all activities of daily living.
- Plans individual birthday celebrations for each resident.
- Develops programs for residents including, if applicable, programs designed for residents confined to their rooms.
- Engages and motivates residents resulting in program participation.
- Greets new residents making a special effort to include and engage them in activities and introduce them to others in the community with similar interests and backgrounds.
- Assists in planning parties and activities as well as decorating the community according to the season and/or holiday throughout the years as well as planning monthly birthday parties to honor residents.
- Supports and actively participates in the community’s census building initiatives.
- Maintains records of all activities, resident participation levels and acceptance of each activity by residents as required by state law.
- Assists Life Guidance Director in enlisting the services of volunteers to aid the activities program.
- May perform other duties as assigned.
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to two years prior experience with an adult population developing and implementing activities and/or training; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Must have a working knowledge of the methods of recreational therapy or activity programming and their application to activity and leisure needs of residents with Alzheimer’s/Dementia.
- Required certification(s) based on current state regulations.
- Able to work various schedules and shifts as needed.
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