Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Dedicated and focused employee who excels at prioritizing, completing multiple tasks simultaneously and following through to achieve project goals. I am currently an organized Activity Director with an 8+-year track record of planning, organizing and administering activities in a long-term care setting. I have strong experience in coordinating and executing events and activities. I am skilled in developing personal bonds with staff and residents and committed to adhering to state compliance requirements for conducting activities.

  • Scheduling Events and Programs
  • Friendly, Positive Attitude
  • Problem Solving and Complaint Resolution
  • Activity Planning and Coordination
  • Documentation and Recordkeeping
  • Facility Operations
  • Teamwork and Collaboration
  • Computer Proficiency
  • Microsoft Office
  • Safety Guidelines and Procedures
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Customer and Service-Oriented
  • Recreational Program Planning
  • Activity Oversight
  • Program Development and Management
  • Community Outreach Programs
  • Group Discussions
  • Recreation Service Evaluation
  • Enrichment Activities
  • Group Recreation
  • Attention to Detail
  • Calendar Management
  • Staff Training
  • New Hire Orientation
  • Decision Making
  • Inventory Management
  • Facility Purchases
  • Administrative Leadership
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Field Trip Supervision
  • Emotional Support
Work History
Activity Director, 01/2017 - Current
Caring Place Healthcare Group Woodlawn, OH,
  • Ensure the activities follow regulatory guidelines and in accordance with established policies and procedures to ensure the on-going program of activities are designed to meet the level of interests and abilities of each resident.
  • Plan and implement activities for residents.
  • Promote and encourage resident’s participation in various programs.
  • Attend meetings which may include: Patient Care Conference, Behavior, QA, Resident Council, Safety and clinical.
  • Documentation of quarterly, annual, sig change and initial notes.
  • Complete MDS and implement individualized plan of care.
  • Plan monthly calendar of activities and create flyers for events.
  • Coordinate volunteer programs and facility fundraisers.
Activity Supervisor, 01/2016 - 01/2017
Stafford Healthcare Sumner, WA,
  • Assisted the Director of Resident Services in planning, developing, organizing and implementing activities.
  • Assisted in the development, administering, and coordinating of department policies and procedures.
  • Kept up with current federal and state regulations.
  • Conducted resident/family council meetings.
  • Supervised the activity assistants with care planning, interviewing, and assessing residents.
  • Implemented assessments and care plans on assigned unit.
  • Did scheduling for activities department hours.
  • Assisted the activities staff with scheduled activities when help was needed in case of call in, special acts, etc.
  • Supervised the Volunteers of the facility, ensuring that proper education and scheduling was completed.
Activity Aide, 01/2015 - 01/2016
Legacy Health Services Olmsted Falls, OH,
  • Conducted small, large group and 1:1 activity with residents in a long-term care setting.
  • Coordinated and planned the activity program to meet the social, wellness, and physical needs of the residents.
  • Completed assessments and gathered information to design activities that were multi-faceted, to meet resident’s functional levels.
  • Provided solace stimulation, promoted physical, cognitive and/or emotional health.
  • Attended care conference meetings on occasions with members of the IDT team to develop, carry out and check plan of care when Activity Director was not present.
  • Coordinated and assisted with outdoor activities and resident field trips.
  • Participated in the development of the department budget.
  • Developed, assisted and hosted special activities, projects, fundraisers and celebrations inside nursing facility Activity Department throughout the year.
  • Developed monthly activity calendar.
  • Ordered supplies needed for the function of the department.
Program Supervisor, 01/2005 - 01/2015
Caclv Nazareth, PA,
  • Implemented, developed and organized special projects and recreational activities in the adult day program Respite Department.
  • Implemented the schedule for caregivers to attend assessment meetings pertaining to the needs of the clients with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
  • Conducted scheduled and non-scheduled tours of the organization’s respite department.
  • Implemented assessments, client case notes, care plans, client case records, client intakes, and progress notes.
  • Maintained program administrative records such as client schedules, attendance sheets, and billing statements.
  • Assumed responsibility coordinating services for clients and their caregivers on an individual basis.
  • Assisted with community outreach and public relations.
  • Conducted weekly staff meetings discussing client status and staff needs.
  • Worked collaboratively with family service care counselors, external organizations and community resources to provide health services in the continuum of care.
  • Responded to immediate needs of clients and families in emergency situations.
  • Facilitated discharge activities and coordination in determining discharge disposition.
  • Trained in helpline/call center, conversed with individuals who have loved ones with Alzheimer’s and dementia.
  • Participated in new hire interviews and human resources hiring practices, processes, and procedures.
  • Recruited, trained, supervised, and educated high school, college student interns and volunteers on policies and procedures of the Respite Department and Adult Day Program.
Diploma: , Expected in
Henry Ford High School - Detroit, MI
Associates of Applied Science: Psychology, Expected in
Ashworth College - Norcross, GA
  • Successfully planned and executed the holiday programs for 100+ residents using a reliable community resource.
  • Organized and planned fundraisers for the activities department which include recruiting community involvement, volunteers, and donations for successful events.
  • Successfully secured a $75,000 grant through Detroit City Council Grant initiative program for Alzheimer’s Association Adult Day Program after several failed attempts from department heads.
Completed state required Course for Activities Directors Dementia Certificate and 10 years + Training in Alzheimer’s Disease
Additional Information
  • As my resume indicates, during my present employment with Pioneer Health Care Management I direct, supervise, train all activity aide’s and several volunteers. I provide the staff schedule and daily census, order, and purchase supplies for the department, make monthly calendars of events which includes a balance of recreational activities including physical, social, religious, arts and crafts, and intellectual activities. I also implement a special calendar for behavior residents to ensure a well-rounded program is established. I especially work very closely and pay attention to detail to the facilities secured dementia unit which I implement a separate calendar of events. I also promote and provide use of leisure time, which include entertainment, field trips to community facilities, eateries, and museums, but as we know has changed due to the COVID-19 virus. I also implement care plans on each resident as well as MDS’s, progress notes and significant change documentation as required to follow state regulations. I am also part of the IDT, clinical, behavior meetings and care conferences.

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