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The Direct Care Provider/Caregiver/Neuro Rehabilitation Specialist (NRS) supervises and directly trains patients with brain injuries with Activities of Daily Living (dressing, cooking, toileting, etc.), and therapeutic home programs assigned by clinical therapists. You'll work in our beautiful residential home setting. Provides skilled instruction and supervision to patients in social, recreational, shopping, and entertainment activities in community settings. Watch this short video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nRe1umgIuU&feature=youtu.be) to see the vital part you can have in a meaningful recovery!
Now interviewing for full time shifts: Sunday - Thursday, PM (3:00pm - 11:30pm); and Overnight (11:00pm - 7:30am) with rotating days and weekends.
The company offers a competitive salary and benefits, paid time off, extended sick leave, medical insurance, paid holidays, and 401(k). Continuing education program available to increase wages after only 3 months of employment!
Starting wages are $16.25/hr. A continuing education program is available to begin increasing wages and earning bonuses after only 3 months of employment, giving you the potential to earn up to $18.50/hr after just 1 year!
Teaches, monitors, administers and documents individual patient programs including ADL's and therapeutic home programs in English.
Performs bed, bath, toilet and chair transfers, up to 20 times per shift, utilizing approved transfer techniques.
Provides for the safety of patients, visitors, staff and self when interacting with patients who may have behavioral outbursts, which can include yelling, exiting, hitting, kicking, biting, spitting, scratching, and throwing objects.