The primary purpose of this position is to provide on-site and on-call nursing services to the adults who live and work at the Carolina Living and Learning Center, as required under ICF/IID requirements. The CLLC is an Intermediate Care Facility for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities, serving 15 adults, currently ranging in age from their early 30s to mid-60s. The adults have diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disability (ranging from mild to profound delays), and many have co-morbid psychiatric disorders, as well as a wide range of medical needs. The person in this position provides elements of direct physical care, under the supervision and following the orders of the residents' physicians, supports direct care staff provision of health care procedures and monitors their compliance, provides periodic physical examinations, supports and collaborates with case managers regarding medical providers and appointments, collaborates with pharmacy and dietary consultants, completes required nursing documentation and reports, and participates in planning for the ongoing care of the residents.
Duties include: - Nursing Assessments and Direct Nursing Interventions - Documentation - Staff Consultation and Education - Monitoring and Ensuring Performance of Health Care Tasks
Education and Experience:
License to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of North Carolina.
Nursing experience with individuals with developmental disabilities.
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