Responsible for coordinating, directing, planning and conducting
the life enrichment and resident
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Implements a creative life enrichment program based on the
Celebrations philosophy of
- Plans and implements life enrichment calendar and newsletter
each month that utilizes
Celebrations wellness programming including five of the six
areas of wellness.
- Collaborates with Community Relations Director, Wellness Coach
and Executive Director in
development of calendar to include special events and themes for
residents, family, friends, and
prospects utilizing Celebrations focus plan.
- Coordinates transportation of residents and operates van or bus
to transport residents to
and from events, appointments, and programs as needed by the
- Implements Linked Senior technology into the daily programming
and encourages resident
- Develops person-centered programming by assisting in the
completion of Celebrations
documents and programs.
- Partners with Expressions Director to create and lead monthly
programming for the
Expressions neighborhood utilizing Expressions focus plan.
- Maintains life enrichment budget, equipment, and supplies.
- Participates in the review of individual Residents' Service
Plans and documents life enrichment
progress every six months or when there is a significant change
in the resident.
- Trains staff on the importance of life enrichment, Linked
Senior devices and other areas that
create engagement and quality of life for residents.
- Recruits, trains, and supervises volunteers.
- Participates in discharge planning with other members of the
- Develops community resources and contacts to enhance the
quality of life for residents.
- Other duties as assigned.
COMPANY WIDE RESPONSIBLITIES
- Demonstrates Core Values of Respect, Integrity, Commitment and
- Supports a dignified and caring atmosphere with residents,
residents' families, visitors and staff.
- Protects privacy and confidentiality of information pertaining
to residents, employees, the facility,
and company information and records.
- Maintains a safe and secure working environment and practices
safe working habits.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Valid commercial Class B driver's license (CDL) as required by
local, state and federal law and
regulations. Must be able to meet insurance qualifications to
operate company vehicles including
passenger vans and bus. Previous experience transporting
residents preferred. One or more years of
direct programming experience with older adults is
Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university
preferred majoring in Recreation, Music, or
Occupational Therapy with two or more years of direct
programming experience with older adults
preferred; or equivalent combination of education and
This position may have supervisory responsibilities.
Ability to communicate effectively, in English, both verbal and
written with personnel at all levels of
the organization, with residents and their families, and with
members of the community. Ability to
read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and
maintenance instructions, and
Ability to maintain basic financial records of expenditures of
the department. Able to understand
budgets. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all
units of measure, using whole numbers,
common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to accurately assess, trouble-shoot, and problem-solve
to meet the needs of the buildings staff,
develop training for staffing needs, and evaluate results.
Ability to interpret a variety of instructions
furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.
Works directly with residents in an Assisted Living Community.
Potential for exposure to blood and