||Rec Therapy/ Child Life Asst
||Children’s Specialized Hospital is the nation’s leading provider of inpatient and outpatient care for children from birth to 21 years of age facing special health challenges.
Our mission at Children's Specialized Hospital is to be the preeminent provider of specialized healthcare services for infants, children and young adults.
Under the supervision of a Child Life Specialist or Recreational Therapist, plans and implements diversional recreation services to assist with alleviating the affects of hospitalization and|or improve quality of life. Maintains program areas and supplies.
Essential Job Functions * Demonstrates knowledge of developmental and diagnosis and is able to apply it in daily practice. * Cleans departmental equipment and organizes closets as designated in the competency expectations, following established timelines, taking
initiative to organize and clean other areas when needed. * Monitors and maintains inventory of general supplies and equipment as designated in competency expectations, ordering supplies in an accurate timely manner. * Assists department staff in planning
and implementation of therapy groups, special events and community trips. * Communicates effectively with patients, families and staff. * Orients and supervises assigned volunteers and community groups according to hospital policy. * Ability to assess and
evaluate overall patient level of functioning to determine appropriate activities and adaptations. * Performs other duties as assigned based on need of department * Maintains a safe environment for patient care activities * In LTC programs, completes required
documentation on day of service * Implements diversional recreation activities|opportunities for a variety of ages and abilities
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