home health therapist

Home Health (HH) Rehabilitation Professionals are increasingly in demand. We asked some therapists who are working in this field to give us an overview of the pros and cons of this setting. Here’s what they have to say: Tasha I enjoy Home Health & would recommend it. I was a Director of a Rehab Department…

Below is a home health care conversation that developed in answering the above question: Per visit! SYLVIA Good question. Currently salaried which I used to prefer but as demands for more continue to rise I am not sure any more… I feel like my agency would not pay hourly at current rate for true time…

A: “I obviously think it does since I have been a traveler for 7 years. It highlights your flexibility and adaptability to new documentation systems and changing environments. It demonstrates your ability to interact and communicate with ever changing populations – physicians, colleagues, patients. Being a traveler enhances your cultural awareness by exposing you to…

Four Physical Therapist Job Options Whether you are a new Physical Therapist, looking for your first job, or a experienced Physical Therapist, contemplating a career move; the job search process is complicated. In an effort to simplify this process for our physical therapist job search applicants, this article is dedicated to helping them understand four…

Location, Location, Location. Usually location has a great deal to do with determining whether or not you are interested in working at a specific facility. However, there are factors that make a long commute, or packing up your bags and moving, worth your while. What Makes Your Therapy Job Worthwhile? The number one thing that…

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