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PT OT ST SLP Physical Occupational Speech Therapist Home Health Therapy
Details: ACCREDITED HOME HEALTH SERVICES’ SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LOCATION IS NOW HIRING: PT – Physical Therapist – IMMEDIATE NEED OT/R – Occupational Therapist – IMMEDIATE NEED SLP – Speech Language Pathologist – IMMEDIATE NEED With 35 years of experience here in Southern California, Accredited Home Health Services continues to raise the bar on clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction, while we expand our patient census throughout Los Angeles County. We have an IMMEDIATE NEED for additional licensed home health professionals to treat patients at their homes throughout the eastern San Gabriel Valley (West Covina, Baldwin Park, Walnut, Diamond Bar, Irwindale, Asuza, La Puente). We are looking for licensed Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech Language Pathologists to provide home health rehabilitation therapy and teaching to patients and caregivers to restore the standard of daily living to their lives, both at home and in their communities. Our therapists work as part of a clinical team and are actively involved with case management. The value of your knowledge, experience, and passion put your contributions at the forefront of the modern-day home health care model. By joining forces with Accredited Home Health, you can get some of that value back with the ability to make your own schedule – work with the demands of your family, not against them. And with Accredited Home Health, there is the value of achievement – by spending significantly more time with your patients at home than you would in a clinic, you can truly participate in their recovery on a level you may have not thought possible. To learn more about Accredited Home Health -- the patients we serve and the services we provide -- visit www.accreditednursing.com PHYSICAL THERAPIST ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Coordinates care with the patient’s physician and the patient/caregiver. 2. Assesses and evaluates the therapeutic and rehabilitative status of the patient in the patient’s residence. 3. Initiates therapy as determined by the therapist, the physician, and the patient and caregiver as appropriate, including the setting of realistic goals. 4. Provides direct therapy and instruction of the patient and/or caregiver and HHA in proper techniques for exercises, equipment use, and the use of all applicable appliances. 5. Maintains appropriate clinical records and notes. Prepares and submits these clinical records in accordance with Agency timelines. 6. Accepts responsibility of assignment of patient care and fulfills the obligation. Complies with accepted professional standards of practice. 7. Supervises Home Health Aides when required. 8. Provides in-service training as requested by the agency. 9. Provides care and rehabilitation as set forth under Medicare Guidelines/Title 22 10. Contacts patient/caregiver and makes initial visit within 24 hours of referral based on patient’s availability. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. The Occupational Therapist evaluates patient’s functional status (e.g. muscle function, range of motion, coordination, endurance, visual/perceptual retraining, etc.) 2. Assesses patient’s ability to care for themselves and patient’s level of cognition. 3. Develops treatment programs and establishes goals for improved function in conjunction with the patient, family/caregiver, and physician. 4. Maintains appropriate clinical records and notes. Submits these records in accordance with agency policy. 5. Maintains contact/communication with other personnel involved in the patient’s care. Reports any changes in the patient’s condition to the physician. 6. Identifies patient’s need for other home health services and makes referrals as appropriate. 7. Teaches adaptive skills or retrains patients in activities of daily living. 8. Instructs patients in the use of adaptive equipment to improve bodily function. 9. Instructs patients in the use of prosthetic and/or orthotic devices. 10.Instructs patient’s family/caregiver and fellow healthcare personnel in patient’s treatment regime when necessary. 11. Attends and contributes to in-services, case conferences, and other meetings as required by agency policy. 12. Performs work capacity evaluation for patients planning to return to work, and may refer to them specialized vocational training 13. Participates in performance improvement activities and in-service education. 14. Supervises home health aide as required. 15. Contacts patient/caregiver and makes initial visit within 24 hours of referral, based on patient’s availability. SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Conducts appropriate evaluations, assesses home environment and identifies equipment needs relative to speech-language function. 2. Identifies functional speech deficits and other communication dysfunctions, establishes and implements a plan of care in conjunction with the patient, family/caregiver, and physician. 3. Recommends communication devices/aids as necessary. 4. Performs cognitive evaluations and provides appropriate cognitive rehabilitation therapies. 5. Performs swallowing evaluations. Conducts dysphasia intervention and family education regarding swallowing function and safety. 6. Confers with referring physician and agency personnel to ensure coordinated and comprehensive care. 7. Participates in case conferences, in-service education, and other meetings as required. 8. Prepares and submits clinical documentation per agency policy. 9. Identifies patient/family/caregiver needs for other home health services and refers as appropriate. 10. Instructs patient, family/caregivers, and other agency healthcare personnel in the patient’s treatment regime as necessary. 11. Supervises Home Health Aide as required. 12. Participates in Performance Improvement Activities as required. 13. Contacts patient/family/caregiver and makes initial visit within 24 hours of referral based on patient’s availability. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES FOR ALL HOME HEALTH CLINICIANS: 1. Is self-directed and able to work well with minimal supervision. Demonstrates appropriate observational skills and professional judgment. 2. Demonstrates good organizational skills and the ability to coordinate care of multiple patients. Uses professional judgment in reporting and seeking assistance from both peers and supervisors. 3. Maintains absolute confidentiality of agency records and documentation at all times. 4. Participates in staff meetings, in-service education programs, and team conferences as required by the agency. 5. Demonstrates empathy for the needs of the patient population.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST (PT)
Details: Job is located in Saginaw, MI. PHYSICAL THERAPIST NurseCore is currently looking for a Physical Therapist interested in working a 13 week contract at a local Skilled Nursing Facility. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Identify, assess, and implement physical therapy needs as appropriate including development of Plan of Care treatments and goals Work with client and client's family members to achieve maximum physical recovery Identify and secure necessary support personnel, supplies and equipment Perform client visits as directed in Plan of Care Instruct and supervise clients and other health care personnel including Physical Therapy Assistants BENEFITS Daily Pay or Weekly Pay Pay Cards and Direct Deposit available Insurance benefits including Health, Dental, Life and Guardian Voluntary Benefits Flexible and friendly staff ready to help you get the assignments that you want!!
Physical Therapist / PT
Details: Connections Therapy Center provides pediatric behavior therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech and language pathology services to families with children who have specials needs from infancy to adolescence. We are the leading therapy practice in the Washington, D.C. area that specializes in helping children with special needs. It's our mission to make life easier for families and children with special needs. Nothing makes us happier than the smiling face of a child who has just accomplished a new task or a milestone. It's why we're here and why we love what we do. The Physical Therapist (PT) assesses, diagnoses, treats, and helps to prevent disorders related to gross motor skills. The Physical Therapist (PT) will be responsible for: Conducting screenings using a professionally recognized screening tool Conducting evaluations using formal and informal testing measures Interpreting information obtained from testing Providing appropriate diagnoses based on relevant data Submitting reports in a timely fashion Developing goals in conjunction with the family Attending meetings to discuss testing results and recommendations Providing direct treatment services as outlined in Plan of Care Providing carry-over activities for the family Supervising Physical Therapy Assistants and graduate students as needed Referring to other professionals as needed PHYSICAL THERAPIST - PHYSICAL THERAPIST - PHYSICAL THERAPIST
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