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Assist mentally impaired or emotionally disturbed patients, working under direction of nursing and medical staff. May assist with daily living activities, lead patients in educational and recreational activities, or accompany patients to and from examinations and treatments. May restrain violent patients. Includes psychiatric orderlies.
- The SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) code is 31-1013.00
- The Mean Annual Wage in the U.S. is $ 28,770.00
- The Mean Hourly Wage is $ 13.00
- Currently, there are 67,410 people on this job
☝️ Information based on the reference occupation “Psychiatric Aides”.
Also Known As…
- Psychiatric Aides
- Therapeutic Program Worker (TPW)
- Residential Counselor
- Resident Care Technician
- Psychiatric Nursing Assistant
- Psychiatric Nursing Aide
- Psychiatric Aide
- Patient Care Assistant (PCA)
- Mental Health Worker (MHW)
- Mental Health Technician (MHT)
- Mental Health Aide (MHA)
- Psychiatric Technician Assistant
- Psychiatric Technician
- Psychiatric Orderly
- Psychiatric Attendant
- Psychiatric Assistant
- Professional Nursing Assistant (PNA)
- Nursing Assistant
- Neuropsychiatric Aide
- Mental Retardation Aide
- Mental Health Orderly
- Mental Health Assistant
- Health Service Worker
- Developmental Diabetes Secure Care Treatment Aide (DDSCTA)
- Clinical Assistant
- Charge Aide
- Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
- Certified Nurses' Aide (CNA)
- Behavioral Health Aide
Tasks for “Charge Attendant”
- Perform nursing duties, such as administering medications, measuring vital signs, collecting specimens, or drawing blood samples.
- Organize, supervise, or encourage patient participation in social, educational, or recreational activities.
- Interview patients upon admission and record information.
- Provide mentally impaired or emotionally disturbed patients with routine physical, emotional, psychological, or rehabilitation care under the direction of nursing or medical staff.
- Accompany patients to and from wards for medical or dental treatments, shopping trips, or religious or recreational events.
- Serve meals or feed patients needing assistance or persuasion.
- Participate in recreational activities with patients, including card games, sports, or television viewing.
- Complete administrative tasks, such as entering orders into computer, answering telephone calls, or maintaining medical or facility information.
- Work as part of a team that may include psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, or social workers.
- Clean and disinfect rooms and furnishings to maintain a safe and orderly environment.
- Provide patients with assistance in bathing, dressing, or grooming, demonstrating these skills as necessary.
- Restrain or aid patients as necessary to prevent injury.
- Complete physical checks and monitor patients to detect unusual or harmful behavior and report observations to professional staff.
- Maintain patients' restrictions to assigned areas.
- Record and maintain patient information, such as vital signs, eating habits, behavior, progress notes, treatments, or discharge plans.
- Listen and provide emotional support and encouragement to psychiatric patients.
- Aid patients in becoming accustomed to hospital routine.
Related Technology & Tools
- Safety razors
- Automatic blood pressure cuffs
- Oxygen delivery masks
- Intubation suctioning kits
- Hydraulic patient lifts
- Two way radios
- Personal computers
- Patient restraints
- Blood collection syringes
- Desktop computers
- Urinalysis test strips
- Digital patient thermometers
- Enema equipment
- Multi-line telephone systems
- Specimen collection containers
- Evacuated blood collection tubes
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Windows
- Microsoft Word
- Data entry software
- Email software