In need of skilled nursing - LPN
Looking for home health LPN to do 16 hour shift for 2 to 3 days per week, that understands care for a medically fragile boy, requires a caring person to take care of the whole person. He is cortically blind, suffered severe global brain injury about a year old, but does know what he likes and dislikes and understands what's going on around him. He is nonverbal, but very expressive and speaks very loudly through his facial expressions. He is total care, has all the ostomies one can think of (trach, g-tube, vesicostomy, bilateral ureterostomies, colostomy, mucus fistula). If you are up to the challenge of taking care of a special sweet boy (who's 23-1/2 years old, but looks like a teenager, is like a baby, is 4 foot tall, and weighs between 75-85 lbs.), please contact me by email, provide me with your resume, references, license number and you must have your Level 2 background completed for APD (please bring me a copy of this letter) along with all your other certifications. If you have good work ethics, can manage your time well, work well on your own and can and able and willing to do for your one patient to give him the best care possible and can be committed to the case and loyal, and can also lift, transfer and carry the patient (we carry him like a baby (you have to be able to lift and carry 75-85 lbs) please contact me. We have two (2) full time and one (1) part-time position available under the Florida MedWaiver program and for 35 days under his private insurance beginning each calendar year. Please no smokers or anyone who has animals, as our son is very allergic to nicotine, animal hair and dander and strong smells. Good hygiene is a must. My motto is clean-neat and tidy. So you must be highly organized and be an organizer and able to keep good records, and to do detailed documentation. You need to clean up after yourself and keep things clean and disinfected. Attire is scrubs. Bring your own food and drinks. Thank you.
January 5 on Oodle