Residential LPN – Part-Time and Per Diem, Newton, New JerseyJanet Rangi
Throughout its 110 year history, United Methodist Communities (UMC) has continued to grow and innovate to meet the needs of older adults. The nonprofit, faith-based organization began when a few people responded to a bishop’s post-Civil War challenge to house widows and orphans and others responded to the need for retirement housing for Methodist missionaries, deaconesses, pastors, and laity. The first site, a small residential home in Ocean Grove, marked its beginning as a leader in senior living and care.
United Methodist Communities’ full-service campuses designed as continuums, allow residents to access multiple services under one roof. With an aging-in-place philosophy, UMC customizes and scales services to accommodate residents’ needs. Transforming the healthcare residences from traditional nursing into household models where residents can experience greater autonomy and satisfaction, represents one innovation. Also, UMC offers hospice in private assisted living neighborhoods for people who prefer not to or cannot do so at home, establishing a new model.
An infrastructure of aides, medical experts, exercise physiologists, therapists and other specialists deliver care with a compassionate human touch. Complementing these, UMC utilizes proven innovative clinical interventions, such as IN2L and Daylight IQ™ to maximize resident well-being, and SeniorFITness to promote physical activity and conditioning.
Consistent with its social accountability and faith-based traditions, UMC offers affordable campuses where seniors live independently in vibrant community settings. Community life brings multidisciplinary programs to keep older adults engaged on every level.
In 2016, UMC broadened its ministry by implementing home and community-based services, reaching seniors beyond their campus walls. The launching of HomeWorks supports older adults at home, as well as those transitioning from or to hospitals, assisted living or nursing homes.
With two locations, compassionate and trustworthy caregivers travel to the homes of clients who trust our mission, compassionately serving in community so that all are free to choose abundant life. HomeWorks offers personal care and case management services including service coordination as well as pastoral care.
The second prong of UMC’s home and community-based services comes to life through its senior resource cafes, open to all older adults. The casual venues allow seniors to dance, exercise, socialize, take classes, join groups and clubs, access resources, learn to master technology and digital devices, engage in discussions, mingle, and have fun. Beside distinctive programs for older adults, they serve as a platform for additional senior services and support.
Whether you or your loved one desires the joy of living in community with others, wishes to remain at home, or simply access the resource cafés, United Methodist Communities is here to enrich the lives of older adults of every faith and background each and every day.
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|Job Category||Assisted Living, Group Home, Healthcare|
|Position||Residential LPN – Part-Time and Per Diem|
|Educational Qualifications||High School or better|
|Professional Qualifications||Licensed Practicing Nurse Certification|
|Responsibilities||To provide ongoing monitoring of residents’ physical and mental status to assure maintenance of optimal level of function. Assist with medication and treatment administration. Notifies physicians and responsible parties of any change in residents’ health status and provides proper documentation. Monitors CNAs and CMAs.|
|Preffered Qualifications||Team Player: Works well as a member of a group|
|Location||Newton, New Jersey|