CareLibrary provides person-centered care for senior adults with/is at risk of cognitive impairment through non-pharmacological methods. In a vibrant, safe and supportive environment, our trained dementia care staff strives to maintain cognitive wellness and slow down cognitive decline of our clients through multi- sensory stimulating activities, with the aim of retaining their functional abilities and social engagement within the community.
• Establish and maintain good interpersonal relationships with clients, caregivers, volunteers and the community
• Assisting and facilitating cognitive activities for the dementia participants
• Handling and managing the participants with the duty of care, exhibit the spirit of team player to ensure that cohesive work relationships for the best interest for our participants
• Ensure the safety and quality aspects of care delivery
• Assisting in sourcing and creation of cognitive activities to improve and rejuvenate refresh resources and activities used
• Perform general operations and administration necessary for the daily operation at the centre
• Assisting in volunteer management and conduct orientation program
• Any ad-hoc duties assigned by Supervisor
• Relevant education in mental health, social work or related field study in gerontology
• Relevant experience in geriatric services and program execution for dementia clients
• Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel
• Ability to communicate with clients who are English and Mandarin speaking
• A team player who is able to work cohesively with the department and an individual who have a passion and desire to work with the dementia clients.
Care Community Services Society (CCSS) was founded in 1996 by Trinity Christian Centre.
CCSS is a registered charity affiliated with the National Council of Social Service (NCSS).
We are an Institution of a Public Character (IPC) and all donations made to CCSS will enjoy 2.5 times tax deduction.
At CCSS, we are not content simply to see someone helped; we want to see individuals and families transformed and become empowered people who are then channels of blessing for others in the larger community.
Sounds ambitious? Perhaps. But it is possible, for we have seen it happen – right here at CCSS!