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Realistically-optimistic Restorative Nurse empowered through the successful direction of patients toward improved mobility, independence and confidence achieved as part of successful therapy work following disability. Creatively able to guide even persistently pessimistic patients into beneficial therapies. Effective in handling and redirection as necessary for varied patient moods, emotional states, pain thresholds and attitudes.
Transfer and ADLS Trainer
Bladder and Bowel Programs
Restorative Nurse, August 2009 – Present
Company Name – City, State
Direct restorative care nursing services of the 36 patient restorative unit, its programs, activities, and therapies in accordance with regulations and best practices.
Plan individualized restorative care programs alongside physicians, nurses, administration personnel, therapists and others associated with the patient’s care.
Assist in transfer of assigned patients to and from beds, between rooms and from room to therapeutic environment.
Dress and position patients according to current therapy needs and provide restorative care associated with the treatment plan.
Restorative Nurse, April 2005 – August 2009 Company Name – City, State
Performed restorative care and therapies within patient rooms and in therapy environments for average of 20 patients per week.
Focused upon aging issues in mobility and self-care, improving flexibility, hand-eye coordination, fluid movement, endurance and physical activity levels for overall well being.
Provided consultation to recreational planning board for enhancement of social and recreational entertainment as means of improving patient wellness and mobility.
2005 Bachelor’s Degree, Nursing University of California – City, State2005 Registered Nurse Certification State of California