Battery Park City, Manhattan, New York

$500.00

Child with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

1 in stock

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Description

Client Overview:
I am a compassionate caregiver seeking a dedicated nurse to provide specialized care for my child who is living with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Our primary goal is to ensure their comfort, manage their symptoms, and support their overall well-being through attentive nursing care at home.

Project Overview:
I am looking for an experienced nurse to join our caregiving team on a contractual basis, focusing on providing comprehensive support tailored to the unique needs of my child. This role offers the opportunity for extension based on their progress and ongoing requirements.

Responsibilities:

Pain Management: Assist in managing pain associated with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, utilizing a combination of pharmacological interventions, non-pharmacological pain relief techniques, and comfort measures.
Mobility Support: Provide assistance with mobility and activities of daily living, including gentle exercises, joint mobility exercises, positioning, and mobility aids, to promote my child’s comfort and independence.
Medication Management: Administer medications as prescribed by healthcare providers, ensuring adherence to the treatment plan and monitoring for potential side effects or adverse reactions.
Symptom Monitoring: Monitor my child’s symptoms and disease activity, including joint inflammation, swelling, stiffness, and fatigue, and communicate any changes or concerns to healthcare providers for timely intervention and management.
Emotional Support: Offer emotional support and reassurance to my child and our family, providing a safe and nurturing environment to express feelings, concerns, and fears related to their condition.
Collaboration: Collaborate closely with healthcare providers, therapists, and other members of the caregiving team to ensure coordinated care and optimize my child’s treatment plan.
Requirements:

Certification as a registered nurse with a compassionate and child-centered approach to care.
Experience or familiarity with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis management, including pain management, mobility support, and medication administration.
Proficiency in providing nursing care, including symptom management, medication management, and emotional support, to pediatric patients and their families.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage effectively with children and their families, and collaborate with interdisciplinary healthcare teams.
Compassion, empathy, and a genuine commitment to improving the quality of life for children living with chronic health conditions.

Patient Case:
Home Care for Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

Patient: Child

Condition: The patient is living with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, requiring specialized nursing care at home to manage symptoms, promote mobility, and support overall well-being.

Care Plan:

Pain Management: Assist in managing pain associated with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, utilizing pharmacological interventions, non-pharmacological pain relief techniques, and comfort measures tailored to the child’s needs and preferences.
Mobility Support: Provide assistance with mobility and activities of daily living, including gentle exercises, joint mobility exercises, positioning, and mobility aids, to promote the child’s comfort and independence while minimizing joint stiffness and immobility.
Medication Management: Administer medications as prescribed by healthcare providers, ensuring accurate dosing, timing, and monitoring for potential side effects or adverse reactions. Educate the child and family members about medication purposes, administration techniques, and potential risks.
Symptom Monitoring: Monitor the child’s symptoms and disease activity, including joint inflammation, swelling, stiffness, and fatigue, and communicate any changes or concerns to healthcare providers for timely intervention and management.
Emotional Support: Offer emotional support and reassurance to the child and their family, providing a compassionate and nurturing environment to address feelings, concerns, and fears related to their condition. Facilitate open communication and encourage the child’s participation in their care decisions.
Collaboration: Collaborate closely with healthcare providers, therapists, and other members of the caregiving team to ensure coordinated care and optimize the child’s treatment plan. Participate in care conferences, treatment planning, and family education to promote effective care delivery and support the child’s overall well-being.

 

Total Budget: $382,104.00