This classification includes certified administrators, including but not limited to Nursing Home Administrators, Residential Care Facility for the Elderly Administrators, Adult Residential Facility Administrators and Qualified Intellectual Disabilities Professionals. This classification also includes employees who provide tours of the facility, including but not limited to tours for marketing, admission or inspection purposes.
Employees at the same location who provide assisted care services to residents who do not require skilled nursing but require assistance with daily living, including but not limited to assisting residents with dressing, eating, personal hygiene and taking medications shall be separately classified as 9070(1), Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, or 9070(3), Residential Care Facilities for Adults.
Employees at the same location who do not provide any assisted care services but provide congregate living services to residents who do not require care and supervision shall be separately classified as 8851, Congregate Living Facilities for the Elderly.
When the convalescent nursing facility also has employees at the same location who are classified as 8851, Congregate Living Facilities for the Elderly, 9070(1), Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, and/or 9070(3), Residential Care Facilities for Adults, employees common to all operations, including but not limited to food services, laundry, maintenance, security and miscellaneous employees shall be assigned to the classification describing the level of care designated for the largest number of beds per the facility license.
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CONVALESCENT HOMES OR CONVALESCENT HOSPITALS — all employees
Convalescent homes engage in the provision of skilled nursing care and supportive care to patients whose primary need is the availability of skilled nursing care on an extended basis. These facilities provide 24-hour inpatient care including medical, nursing, dietary, and pharmaceutical services.
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