120 Ardmore Ave, Ardmore, PA
ADL Coordinator (Activities of Daily Living)
This full-time Monday – Friday 4 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. position has a flextime component. The flextime component allows for time off during the M-F schedule to meet at least once a month with staff on the weekend and during the day shift. This does not necessitate a full 8-hour shift, but likely 2-4 hours to supervise staff during this flextime.
The ADL Coordinator is responsible for supervising the ADLs (direct service staff). Additionally, the ADL Coordinator meets with the director and therapists to plan “life skills” programs for the residents and conducts at least one “life skill” program each week. The day-to-day responsibilities on the 4 p.m. – 12 a.m. shift include facilitating a transition from the 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. shift to the evening shift that includes dinner, evening programs until “lights out”.
Daily activities include:
Meet for a ½ hour with the shift leaving at 4:30 p.m. to review the day shift (8:30 – 4:30) events.
Review the hourly log from the 12:00 a.m. – 4:30 shift of the day.
Oversee and supervise the dinner hour to assist residents in meal preparation.
Oversee the Accountability Sheet for the afternoon/dinner/evening.
Conduct at least one “life skills activities” and document the activity at least once a week.
Weekly activities include:
Assist, monitor, and support with cooking and meal planning, food inventory, and grocery shopping.
Assist residents in securing prescriptions and coordinate this with day staff.
Log in new medication on MAR Sheets, in the medication logbook .
Monitor residents' self-administration of all medication and log on MAR Sheet.
Assure monthly coverage/coordination for ADL shifts and post on the whiteboard and schedule book.
Maintain communication among all ADL staff to ensure coordination of service via email/phone/text.
Collaborate with the Director and therapists to identify training for ADL staff.
Provide emergency coverage for the next shift when necessary.
Meet the annual requirements for training.