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Jul 16, 2024 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM

Dementia Education Series for Caregivers Part 3 of 3 - Washington

On Tuesday, July 16, 2024 from 4:00 PM (Registration & Light Dinner), 4:30 PM (Presentation), 5:30 PM to 6:00 PM (Questions & Answers) at The Hillsview Chapel on the Washington Campus.  Presenter:  Jean Royse, Dementia360 Care Coordinator, Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.  It Takes a Village:  Community resources to support your family on the journey.  RSVP to Tara Gleason via email at or call 724-250-4981.


Jul 10, 2024 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Christmas in July craft fair at Celebration Villa of South Hills

Join the festive fun at our Christmas in July craft fair at Celebration Villa of South Hills!July 10th from 10 am to 4 pm.Vendors include:Crafty SistersKims Custom CreationsPatti GolitkoThe Crafty ScrapperPaparazzi AccessoriesBaked With LoveCeil KitchenTammy GarvinWags, Wiggles & WhiskersOlive's Blanket Boutique 

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Sivitz Hospice & Palliative Care at Jewish Association on Aging

Palliative Care 200 JHF Dr, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15217

The Choice Is Yours.Who do you trust when lifes journey comes to an end?At JAAs Sivitz Hospice, what matters to you drives everything we do.Our approach to hospice care is about life and well-being. We provide needed care and support, honor wishes, and are by your side until the very end.Hospice TeamOur patients and families establish relationships with our hospice specialists, all of whom provide support and ensure that no one faces this difficult time alone. Our care team supports you in your home or other location of your choice.We focus on your quality of life and include you and your family members in treatment plans.Your spiritual, physical, and emotional needs are our priority.Your choices include innovative and holistic approaches, if requested.Your hospice team includes:Medical DirectorYour Primary Care Physician (PCP) or Physician of ChoiceRegistered NursesMedical Social WorkersHome Health AidesSpiritual and Bereavement CounselorsSpecially Trained VolunteersNutritionists (when clinically indicated)Therapists (when clinically indicated)Palliative CarePalliative care is for those who have a life-limiting illness but are not ready for hospice or are still receiving curative treatment. Our palliative care program offers expert treatment of pain and continuity of care in a private residence or senior living center.Our highly skilled team offers expert assistance with symptom management. If needed, we can help patients transition to the hospice.Bereavement ServicesBereavement services are an essential and intricate part of the hospice program, and Sivitz Hospice is committed to supporting families during the grieving period following the loss of a loved one. Bereavement support is tailored to meet the unique needs of each family. We are devoted to providing ongoing support for as long as its needed.

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Harmony at Diamond Ridge

Memory Care 3301 Market Place Boulevard, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, 15108

Harmony at Diamond Ridge in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, is designed so residents can live the lives they choose in a beautiful, enriching, and supportive environment. Our associates embody the ideals we hold so dear, such as genuine warmth, deep courtesy toward each other in a community that celebrates all the possibilities. Our stylish community provides the ideal springboard to all the pleasures of our picturesque city, with spacious, maintenance-free apartment homes, restaurant style dining, and plentiful resources for staying fit and feeling good. This is the place to live your best life.Memory Care Harmony at Diamond RidgeCaring for a loved one living with Alzheimers Disease or another form of dementia can be overwhelming and have a profound effect on everyone in your family. Our Memory Care neighborhood in Harmony at Diamond Ridge features all the best elements of home, combined with the 24/7 support of our highly trained, compassionate family of caregivers. And because we know that people live happier, more fulfilled lives when they are recognized and celebrated for the individuals they are, we make sure every resident gets the specialized attention they deserve. Our industry-leading caregiver-to-resident ratio ensures that every senior who makes Harmony at Diamond Ridge their home is continually supported in an environment created to bring warmth, light, and connection to every moment.  In our Memory Care neighborhood residents enjoy a private, home-like atmosphere with warm finishes and large, easy-to-navigate bathrooms. Senior Living, EnrichedOur Harmony Square Memory Care neighborhood blossoms in a loving environment, exemplified by our Signature Memory Care Program Reflections. Reflections is a Family-Focused Art and Music Centered Memory Care Program that engages the resident's present-day experiences while stimulating positive memories through therapeutic visual and tactile aids. Caring for our memory care residents like they truly are our family sets our memory care apart.Reflections - 5 Key ComponentsFamily FocusedWellnessReflections Program- Echoes in Time - Art Therapy- Rhythms Music TherapyDining with DignityHarmony Square NeighborhoodThe peace of mind, comfort, and convenience that come with individualized support and services provided by loving and caring staff are the foundation of our Personal Care and Memory Care programs. Its amazing how a little bit of help can restore energy and improve wellbeing. At Harmony at Diamond Ridge, we appreciate the importance of family and look forward to bringing our families together. Feel engaged, relaxed, and safe as a member of our vibrant community.Contact us today to learn more.

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Harmony at Diamond Ridge

Assisted Living 3301 Market Place Boulevard, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, 15108

Harmony at Diamond Ridge in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, is designed so residents can live the lives they choose in a beautiful, enriching, and supportive environment. Our associates embody the ideals we hold so dear, such as genuine warmth, deep courtesy toward each other in a community that celebrates all the possibilities. Our stylish community provides the ideal springboard to all the pleasures of our picturesque city, with spacious, maintenance-free apartment homes, restaurant style dining, and plentiful resources for staying fit and feeling good. This is the place to live your best life.Comfort. Easy elegance. Irresistible cuisine. Friends and family. These are the elements that make a person feel at home, and they are the very essence of everyday senior living at Harmony at Diamond Ridge. Our senior living community offers spacious apartments and a rich menu of services and amenities, perfect for those who are ready to expand their horizons. Our friendly community offers residents unrivaled access to everything our picturesque city has to offer, from a short drive to The Mall at Robinson or enjoy an afternoon at the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden. Within our spacious community, spend the day your way with morning yoga and afternoon art classes followed by an evening conversation with friends over wine and cheese. Come see all that good living can be.Personal Care Harmony at Diamond RidgeTheres a lot to experience at Harmony at Diamond Ridge, and our Personal Care community in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, is dedicated to helping you and your loved one find the most joy in what each day has to offer. Our caring staff works together with you and your family to create an individualized service plan based on a comprehensive assessment. We cater to the whole person, meeting such needs as assistance with medications, scheduling health care appointments, or offering a friendly escort to meals and activities.Spacious, Comfortable ApartmentsThe Personal Care apartments and companion suites at Harmony at Diamond Ridge are sized to fit your unique lifestyle, ranging from cozy, sunlit studios to airy two bedroom apartments. The living is easy and comfortable with large bathrooms, generous storage, and available kitchenettes. Best of all, we take care of the housekeeping and laundry, so you can spend your time doing the things you really love, surrounded by the people who most make you happy. One monthly fee covers rent for your living space, delicious restaurant-style dining, an exciting calendar of events, and the support needed to enjoy it all. View our gallery to take a closer look at Harmony at Diamond Ridge.   In our Personal Care neighborhood at Harmony at Diamond Ridge, comfort reigns with charming studio suites sized from 330 to 350 square feet, one bedroom apartments from 450 to 730 square feet, and two bedroom apartments up to 950 square feet. The Harmony at Diamond Ridge Dining ExperienceDining at Harmony at Diamond Ridge provides a delicious journey into the bounty of fresh ingredients available to us year-round.   Our executive chef and culinary team prepares elegant meals every day, filled with flavor, enjoyable and nutritious. Enjoy a lovely dinner in our sophisticated dining room or grab a snack in the bistro after your morning exercise class. Great dining experiences play an essential role in our community, offering opportunities to get to know your neighbors, share the news of the day and celebrate special occasions. What could be more enticing than catching the aroma of freshly baked cookies or the intoxicating whiff of a holiday meal as you relax in front of the fire? Nothing says home better than a fine meal among friends and family.Our chef designs each menu to celebrate new flavors while honoring the favorite recipes our residents have come to know and love, helping delight even the most selective diners. Residents of Personal Care enjoy three chef-inspired meals per day along with an in-home kitchenette, perfect for preparing a quiet snack or a cup of morning coffee. Residents of our Independent Living enjoy one chef-inspired meal daily included in their rent, as well as their own full-size kitchen designed for daily cooking. Residents are welcome to add more meals to their plan as needed. Peruse our sample menu, and join us for brunch or a special event at Harmony at Diamond Ridge.Services & Amenities at Harmony at Diamond RidgeBeautifully designed accommodations set the bar high for distinctive senior living at Harmony at Diamond Ridge but its our services and amenities that really set us apart. The advantages begin with our stunning location, close to the natural beauty of the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden, the superior health care services of the PAM medical system, and go-to shopping destinations like ALDI, Target Grocery, and The Mall at Robinson. Our community offers amenities reminiscent of a fine resort, with an onsite fitness center, restaurant-style dining, organized activities, and a friendly team available around the clock to answer your call. Scroll down our long list of advantages and get in touch for a tour.Personal CareBeautiful, Spacious ApartmentsMultiple Floor Plan OptionsAssistance with Activities of Daily LivingDelicious & Nutritious Meals Prepared by an Executive ChefRestaurant-Style DiningHousekeeping & Laundry ServicesTransportation to Shopping & Medical Appointments You have earned every moment of your free time, and at Harmony at Diamond Ridge, we want to make sure you can spend it exactly as you wish. Our monthly calendar of events and activities offers so much more than a way to pass the time. Residents and our Life Enrichment Director work together to create diverse, engaging, and stimulating opportunities for physical wellbeing, intellectual vigor, and pure, simple fun. Take part in seminars offering the latest and most relevant wisdom regarding senior health, join discussions of current events, enjoy cooking demonstrations, arts exploration, and so much more. You or your loved one will also enjoy a variety of off-campus activities. Dip into the local arts scene, sample the latest hot spot for lunch, or visit the Clever Park for a stroll. There is a lot to love about life and Harmony at Diamond Ridge is the ideal home base.Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a personal tour!

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Sechler Law Firm, LLC

Elder Law 20206 State Rte 19 Ste 300, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, 16066

At Sechler Law Firm, LLC, our mission is to help families make great plans. A great estate plan is more than just a set of documents. It is a comprehensive and well thought out written strategy on how to deal with lifes unfortunate twists and turns. Our process first provides you with the education necessary to make informed decisions with regard to your planning. Then we put the proper documents and legal framework in place to respond to lifes unfortunate changes.Our Estate Planning law office is headquartered in Cranberry, PA. From this office, we happily serve the residents of Cranberry, Mars, Wexford, Pittsburgh, Butler and the residents of surrounding communities. As one of the regions only Certified Elder Law Attorneys, Tim Sechler and his team often assist families from across Western Pennsylvania.We understand that the pursuit of health, wealth and happiness is the goal of most families. We want you to be able to pursue these goals, or whatever goals you may have, knowing that you have a back up plan if life throws you a curveball like a death, disability or nursing home need. With education as our foundation, we will work with you to make decisions to Shield What Matters Most to you.Practice AreasEstate PlanningCustomized planning doesnt have to be difficult for you. We strive to make the process easy. The first step is to identify your concerns so that we can make suggestions regarding your plan.Elder Law Crisis PlanningA significant percentage of our practice is dedicated to helping families navigate the long term care maze. We help with Asset Protection and eligibility for Medicaid and Veterans Benefits.Trust And Estate AdministrationIf you have lost a loved one, we can help you take the necessary steps to help handle their affairs.Tims estate planning practice is focused on guiding clients through the complicated maze of balancing transfer strategies, wealth preservation, and family values in the planning process.Tim is a Combat Veteran, having served in Afghanistan as a member of the West Virginia Air National Guard. Prior to leaving the military, Tim had attained the rank of Staff Sergeant. His experiences in the military have led him to thoroughly enjoy working with Veterans and their families.Tim received his law degree from Duquesne University School of Law, and his Master of Business Administration from the Duquesne University Donahue Graduate School of Business. He received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from West Virginia University, majoring in Finance. Tim is licensed to practice Law in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.Recently, Tim has been seen frequently as a guest on KDKAs Pittsburgh Today Live, and has been quoted in several local print publications. For the last several years, he has been honored to be chosen as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, an award given to less than 2.5% of Tims peers. Tim enjoys educating the public about Elder Law and Estate Planning. He has spoken to thousands of people regarding estate planning and has averaged more than 50 speaking events per year.Tim became a Certified Elder Law Attorney* in 2017. A CELA is more than just an attorney who specializes in the field of elder law. CELAs are committed, through certification, to maintaining and improving their proficiency with continual practice and continuing legal education. Becoming certified in elder law validates a lawyers specialty to handle issues that affect senior citizens.Tim and his wife, Robyn, are raising three beautiful children in their home in Mars, PA.*Certified as an Elder Law Attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation.

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Is it Dementia?

Is It Dementia? Key Symptoms, Diagnosis Tips, and In-Home Care SolutionsPosted: May 28, 2024 in Aging , Home Care Planning , Alzheimer's and Dementia

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Getting Medicare Food Benefits

As people age, accessing healthy meals can become more challenging. According to Feeding America, one in five older adults was food-insecure in 2020. Some older adults struggle with affording healthy foods, whereas others have difficulty going to the grocery store and preparing meals when recovering from an illness or injury. Although original Medicare does not offer food benefits, some Medicare Advantage plans provide a grocery allowance or cover meal delivery. Some programs also include nutrition education and cooking classes. Certain Medicare Advantage plans may provide Part C food benefits in addition to Part A hospital, Part B medical, and Part D prescription drug coverage. They may also supply vision, dental, and hearing coverage. The Medicare Advantage plans available to you depend on your state. Medicare AdvantageMedicare Advantage differs from traditional Medicare, as private companies contract with Medicare to offer Medicare Advantage plans. Plans vary, and finding insurance that fits your unique needs is essential. Potential enrollees should also be wary of predatory marketing practices and evaluate their options before committing to a plan. Even if you qualify for a Medicare Advantage plan with food benefits, traditional Medicare could be a better option for you, depending on your circumstances. Special Needs Plans Special needs plans, which tailor membership to beneficiaries who meet specific criteria, offer grocery and meal benefits options. Qualifying for grocery benefits through a special needs plan generally requires an individual to have an underlying condition. Examples of conditions that can qualify a person for Medicare Advantage food benefits include diabetes, cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, end-stage renal disease, arthritis, an autoimmune disorder, and obesity. Grocery BenefitsWhen Medicare Advantage plans have grocery benefits, they typically give beneficiaries a card that they can use to check out at approved stores like Kroger and Walmart.The benefits only cover whole foods such as vegetables, legumes, meat, and dairy, as well as pantry staples and water. Only covered food items can go on the card. Enrollees must pay out of pocket for soda, baked goods, and processed foods like chips. Meal Delivery Services Instead of grocery benefits, some Medicare Advantage Part C plans cover meal delivery services. Meal delivery services can benefit those who face challenges getting to the grocery store and preparing meals. A service must meet Medicares nutritional guidelines for Medicare Advantage to cover it. Many Medicare Advantage plans only supply meal delivery for a set period. This type of plan can suit those discharged from a hospital or skilled nursing facility who only need help with meals for a set time. Less common is long-term meal delivery coverage for those homebound with chronic medical conditions.Other Meal Delivery OptionsFor older adults who do not qualify for a special needs program with meal benefits or who do not elect to enroll in original Medicare, alternative meal resources are available. Meals on Wheels is a federally funded meal delivery program for people aged 60 and above who meet location-specific eligibility requirements. You use the Administration for Community Livings Elder Care Locator to find meal delivery organizations. Speak with us to access your options before selecting a Medicare Advantage program with grocery or meal benefits.

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Wandering Prevention: Less Stress, Anxiety and Fear For All

Wandering is one of the most dangerous and scary issues associated with dementia. You can decrease the chances of wandering by focusing on triggers and creating a safe environment. This can mean less stress, anxiety and fear for all.Facts about wandering:       It can happen in ANY stage of the disease.       A person who has wandered once is at increased risk for it to happen again.       The best wandering prevention is before a wandering incident ever occurs.Causes, Triggers and Warning Signs for Wandering:       Boredom, restlessness and a lack of physical activity.       Frustration or anger with their caregiver, feeling the need to get away from them.       Feeling that they need to get home though they are home.       Not being able to find someone, something, or someplace.       Trouble finding the bathroom and opening an exterior door.       Delirium or confusion from a UTI or dehydration.       A move to a new, unfamiliar location.       A person who is high energy and constantly moving.Wandering Prevention:       Physical and mental activities throughout the day to prevent that bored and restless feeling.       Be positive and reassuring so that you are not the reason they want to leave.       If they say, I want to go home, be comforting and reassuring rather than telling them that they are home.       Dont leave them alone.       Be sure their bodily needs are met Are they hungry or thirsty? Do they need to use the toilet?       Increase lighting. A shadowy house can feel unfamiliar.       Put bathroom signs on the bathroom door.       Put stop signs on the front door or cover them with a camouflage poster.       Install barriers and alarms on doors and windows.       Get a wearable GPS device.       Let your neighbors know your family member is a wandering risk. Editors Note:  This article was written by Amy Kowinsky, Executive Director of Dementia360.  Dementia360 is a Presbyterian SeniorCare Network support program for family caregivers of people living with dementia.

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How Can You Transfer a Guardianship Between States?

When an incapacitated person cannot make personal or financial decisions, state courts may appoint a guardian to assist the individual with determining where to live, what kind of care to receive, or how to manage finances. In some cases, guardians may wish to move their ward someone whom a court has found need a guardians protection to another state for care. However, guardianship, as a matter of state law, doesn't automatically transfer across state lines. In many cases, to transfer a guardianship, guardians must petition the state where the ward currently lives and the state to which the ward is moving. This process can be complex, as each jurisdiction has rules regulating guardianship. Inconsistencies between states can create challenges. For instance, one state court may find that an incapacitated person needs a guardian, whereas another may disagree. Even after relocating, guardians may remain subject to the reporting requirements of the state in which the guardianship was initiated. The original state can retain jurisdiction if the guardian forgets to close the guardianship. Failing to comply with reporting requirements may cause legal problems, and the state may seek to remove the guardian. The Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction ActThe vast majority of states, as well as Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico, have adopted the Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act (UAGPPJA), which has resulted in more efficient guardianship transfers. Individuals can request that the state where they plan to resettle the ward records the existing guardianship order. Once the UAGPPJA state records the order, it honors it, allowing the guardian to continue making critical decisions for the ward after the move. Nevertheless, even when states use the UAGPPJA, they implement it in various ways and have their own specific rules. Individuals seeking to transfer guardianships should consult an experienced attorney who can assist them with the process. When Is a Transfer Permissible? The UAGPPJA permits guardians to move wards across states when: Relocating is in the wards best interests, promoting the wards physical and mental well-being.The guardian has reasonable and acceptable plans for the wards care in the new home.No one opposes the transfer.The move is permanent; guardians cannot orchestrate temporary moves for convenience. Notice Requirement When guardians are first appointed, they must inform the close relatives of the incapacitated person, allowing them the option to contest the guardianship. This notice provision also applies to transfers: Guardians must inform close relatives when electing to take their wards to another state. Many guardianship transfers are uncontested. Should a wards relatives challenge a relocation, courts often will hold evidentiary hearings to decide whether the resettlement is legal. Although relocations can be complex, guardianships may transfer successfully when a move is uncontested and is in the wards best interests. If you're looking to transfer a guardianship to a new state, be sure to connect with a qualified elder law attorney for help.

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What is Medicaid Spend Down?

Tim Sechler explains what Medicaid Spend Down is.

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SBB University welcomes Jeff Kosor, Owner of Senior Helpers of Southwest Pittsburgh

SBB University welcomes Jeff Kosor, owner of Senior Helpers of Southwest Pittsburgh!  Jeff shares with us what differentiates Seniors Helpers apart from other home care agencies, examples of the types of care that their caregivers can provide, and reviews the safety measures that his staff takes on a continual basis to ensure the safety of their clients.Jeff is currently hiring and in search of passionate caregivers to join his team!

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What is Clear Thoughts Foundation (CTF)?

Cait Fenello, Executive Director with Clear Thoughts Foundation answers:- Who is CTF (Clear Thoughts Foundation)?- What Makes CTF Unique?- How Can You Learn More & Support CTF?

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How Do I Apply for Nursing Home Medicaid?

Tim Sechler explains how you should consider applying for Nursing Home Medicaid.

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Senior Licensed Practical Nurse

UPMC is hiring Senior Licensed Practical Nurse The LPN will visit patients in their home for the areas of Forest office to Braddock, Greenfield, Millvale, Sharpsburg, Swissvale, Etna, Blawnox.  These roles are Monday Friday daylight shifts and will have on call after orientation, which is mostly done via phone calls. The goal is for Geriatric nursing working to keep senior in their home safety and healthy.  Our department is small but mighty   Our staff stay working with us until Retirement.  It is a family environment.  You develop a relationship with your clients.  This is a great thing, but it is also hard because you are working with a population at the end of their lives.Act as a member of the health-care team by exercising sound nursing judgment based on preparation, knowledge, experience in nursing and competency and able to provide care and IV therapy following UPMC LPN Practice Guidelines and policies, and the State Board Regulations. The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) participates in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care using focused assessment in settings where nursing takes place under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other licensed UPMC provider. A senior LPN is responsible for selecting and completing 1 contribution annually that will assist in improving patient care OR must have and maintain a UPMC approved certification. The role of the Senior LPN encompasses partnership, and collaboration with the health care team and the patients and families to achieve desired patient outcomes.We will all levels of the career ladder. The final title and salary will be determined by education, experience, and certification.  Responsibilities:The LPN is licensed to function as a member of the health-care team by exercising sound nursing judgment based on preparation, knowledge, experience in nursing and competency. The LPN participates in the planning, implementation and evaluation of nursing care using focused assessment in settings where nursing takes place.Home visit (driving), Documentation, Assessment for Medical and MedicalFollow up with clients, families, pharmacist and physicians office.                An LPN shall communicate with a licensed professional nurse and the patients health care team members to seek guidance when: The patients care needs exceed the licensed practical nursing scope of practice. The patients care needs surpass the LPN knowledge, skill or ability. The patients condition deteriorates or there is a significant change in condition, the patient is not responding to therapy, the patient becomes unstable. Qualifications:Senior LPN RequirementsSuccessful completion and graduation from a Licensed Practical Nursing Program approved by the State Board of Nursing.One (1) year of experience.Successful completion of an IV therapy curriculum required within 4 months of hire/transfer.Must commit to obtain within 4 months of hire/transfer within 30 days of start. If graduated in 2012 to present day, IV therapy curriculum is included in the PA State Board Approved Programs. If graduated prior to 2012, the LPN will need to provide official proof of completion of IV therapy approved program. Must select and complete 1 contribution annually that will assist in improving patient care OR have and maintain a UPMC approved certification., The individual must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care and/or interact appropriately to the ages of the patients served by his/her assigned unit as specified below. They must also demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patients status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patients requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs and to provide the care needs as described in the department policy and procedures. Ability to identify process improvement opportunities to improve patient care and encompasses collaboration with the health care team and the patients and families to achieve desired patient outcomes. Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families. Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment. Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting and positioning of patients. Computer skills required to utilize the electronic health record.Prefer Home Health Geriatric experience. LPN Requirements19.58 24.60 -30.17 Successful graduation from a Licensed Practical Nursing Program approved by the State Board of Nursing. The individual must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care and/or interact appropriately to the ages of the patients served by his/her assigned unit as specified belowPrefer Home Health Geriatric experience. Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:LPN must maintain state licensure where they are practicing or in a state covered by a licensure compact agreement with the state where the facility is located. If graduated prior to 2012, the LPN will need to provide official proof of completion of IV therapy approved program within 4 months of hire/transfer. Must select and complete 1 contribution annually that will assist in improving patient care OR must have and maintain a UPMC approved certification.Basic Life Support (BLS) OR Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)*Current licensure either in the state where the facility is located or, if the facility is in a state covered by the multistate Nursing Licensure Compact (NLC) agreement, a multistate license issued by a participating NLC state. Hires and current employees working on an out-of-state NLC license who later change their residency to the state where the facility is also located will have 60 days upon changing their residency to apply for licensure within that state.UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran

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Caregivers Needed - Companion Care Home Care

Join our team as a caregiver! This is a great starting position to help get work experience and no certifications are required - we will train you! Apply online or call our office for a phone screening.

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Career Opportunities with LIFE Pittsburgh

CareersBe part of a unique team that provides care so that seniors can live in their own homesLIFE Pittsburgh, a growing nonprofit organization with approximately 400 employees, is a community based alternative to nursing home care and assisted living. Through the LIFE Pittsburgh program, frail older adults can remain in their own home and receive a coordinated plan of care that enables them to maintain their independence and enjoy a safe and active life in the community.Our health teams of geriatric doctors, nurses, social workers, rehabilitation specialists and other health care professionals assess our Participants needs and desires, plan and approve services with them and their family or caregiver, monitor for changes and provide timely interventions. Primary care and community services are provided through our Day Health Centers and through our in home program according to an individual Participants needs.  LIFE Pittsburgh is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity.  Apply for a rewarding career caring for seniors with LIFE Pittsburgh.Questions for our employment team?   Call 412-388-8042 or email

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Caregivers - ComForCare Home Care NW Pittsburgh - FT/PT/Flexible Positions Available!

Our friends at ComForCare Home Care NW Pittsburgh is hiring Caregivers!Live your best life possible by helping others live theirs. Our caregivers are the heart and soul of what we do. At ComForCare, we like to celebrate successes and have fun while building meaningful relationships. Join our team and be a part of a certified Great Place To Work!Full Time, Part Time and Flexible Schedule Available!Click Here for Open Positions: or contact them directly at 724-759-7674.

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