The Resident Caregiver assist residents in all aspects of their daily life as indicated in the resident service plan, including: personal care, food service, housekeeping, laundry, behavior management, socialization, activities, orientation and information needs. This position requires tact, sensitivity, and professionalism due to the constant interaction with residents and families to guarantee their satisfaction. As a Resident Caregiver, you are a member of the Wellness Team, led by the Wellness Director. You and your team are responsible for supporting the organization Mission, values, and achieving its goals. In return for your expertise, you will enjoy excellent training, industry-leading benefits and unlimited opportunities to learn and grow.
Be a part of the team leading the nation in healthcare.
High School diploma. Must successfully complete the required training.
Knowledge and experience in working with elderly required, preferred dementia experience.
Internal Number: CGSEPA-I
About SEPA Pain Management
At SEPA Pain Management, our highly qualified doctors, Physician Assistants (PAs), Certified Nurse Practitioners (CRNPs) and professional support staff provide exceptional care for you and your family. From the time you make your appointment until you walk out the door, you will receive attentive service and individualized care from all our healthcare professionals and staff.
The team at SEPA Pain Management helps thousands of patients each year reduce and cope with all types of pain. Much of our expertise emphasizes treating painful spine-related conditions such as back pain, neck pain, and sciatica, along with common painful orthopedic conditions such as joint and muscle pain from osteoarthritis. With offices located throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, SEPA Pain Management has been serving the community for over 25 years, using the most up-to-date and sophisticated techniques available.
At SEPA Pain Management you will receive a medical evaluation, and if needed, additional diagnostic testing may be obtained. A recommended treatment plan will be outlined and implemented to get you on the road to recovery. Your personal treatment plan may involve medical management, physical therapy, acupuncture, psychological therapy, and minimally invasive pain control therapies.