If you’re passionate about being a part of a team that is, committed to the Team Member Experience and driven by innovation and growth, then join us!
The BSO Lead is a critical role within our communities as it impacts the lives of residents and ignites the warmth of human connection.
As a BSO Lead your typical day will impact in the following ways:
- Providing sound clinical knowledge and skills, acting as clinical expert and resource, and providing comprehensive, quality client/family-centered health care services.
- Do site visits, as necessary, to assist in decision making for acceptance to the LTCH waitlist.
- Aiding in the transition of long term care residents with responsive behaviours (new or existing) between community, hospital and neighboring long-term care communities (LTCHs).
- Reviewing long-term care home applications as they are received by the community and making recommendations as to the communities’ ability to meet the client’s needs related to responsive/expressive behaviours.
- Developing a comprehensive transition plan with Care Community BSO partners to support the transition of a new or returning resident into the community.
- Ensure appropriate screening/ risk assessments are completed for residents with new, worsening or change in behaviours.
- Coordinate referrals and engage community partners in supporting the resident care needs with responsive behaviours.
- Facilitate education sessions to build capacity in team members.
- Supports the management of case reviews, clinical rounds and engage the interprofessional team in the development of an individualized plan of care to meet resident needs.
- Performing other duties as assigned.
Bonus points for having:
- Current CPR/First Aid certification.
- Knowledge of the Principles of Adult Learning and experience educating adults.
- Minimum (3-5) year’ experience working with residents in long term care.
- Demonstrated knowledge and skill working with older adults presenting with or at risk for responsive behaviours that may be associated with dementia, complex mental health, substance use and/or other neurological conditions.
- All applicants must successfully pass the prescribed Vulnerable Sector Check.
- Current registration with the appropriate College preferred but not mandatory.
- Specialized training in Gentle Persuasive Approaches (GPA), U-FIRST, P.I.E.C.E.S., Montessori, DementiAbility are an asset.
Act upon your desire to help others and Join Sienna Senior Living as we continue to enhance the lives of those we serve.
For Ontario locations, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act 2005, upon request, support will be provided for accommodations throughout the recruitment, selection and assessment process.