Travel therapy jobs come with unique advantages that you just plain cannot find at your neighborhood clinic or SNF. Here are five of them.
Long hours, heavy caseloads, tedious documentation—PTs, OTs, and SLPs have all reported feeling those burdens. Here are steps you can take to beat burnout.
More than 80% of PTs and PTAs report experiencing sexual harassment at some point in their career, a staggering number that has not declined since it was first reported 20 years ago.
The gift box, created and curated by two COTAs, keeps senior citizens connected to their families, while also keeping them active, independent, and engaged.
Podcasts are a great way for busy therapy professionals to absorb practical advice and tips, and maybe even be entertained, while you’re on the go.
“Those moments when there is progress and I have changed my clients lives for the better carry me through the difficult times,” says Christie Moran, MS, CCC/SLP-L in this interview about what she has loved, and learned, about being an SLP.
Happy patients make for a thriving practice. Are you overlooking these three core ways to keep your patients satisfied?
Though typically a female-dominated industry, a new report indicates that women PTs are still paid less than their male counterparts.
Take a look at a few helpful self-care tips for the busy school-based therapist. Because you can’t take care of others, if you don’t take care of yourself, first.
PTs and other therapy professionals have a specialized skillset, such as heaps of empathy and an intimate understanding of disability, making them prime candidates to pen children’s books.