In Home Rehab & Wellness Associates is growing and we want you to apply! Our management team will be your advocate and allow the learning opportunities to help you grow in your career. Our working environment will be geared towards learning the different aspects of working with the elderly and certain disabilities. If you have a passion for serving others and making a significant difference in a person’s life, we definitely want you on our team!
A Physical Therapist provides professional services within the scope of physical therapy practice standards in collaboration with primary care physicians and other members of the health care team and teaches and educates patients and their families.
- Successful completion & graduate of a PT Program approved by the Commission on Accreditation in PT education (CAPTE) or successor organizations of the CAPTE or an education program outside of the United States determined to be substantially equivalent to physical therapist entry level education in the US by a credentials eval organization approved by the American PT Association or an organization identified in 8 CFR 212.15(e) as it relates to physical therapists
- A current, active license to practice Physical Therapy in MA
- A minimum of two (2) years’ experience as a Physical Therapist
- Criminal background check & Current CPR certification
- If trained outside of the United States before January 1, 2008, meets the following requirements:
- Was graduated since 1928 from a PT curriculum approved in the country in which the curriculum was located and in which there is a member organization of the World Conference for Physical Therapy
- Meets the requirements for membership in a membership organization of the World Confederation for Physical Therapy
An Occupational Therapist provides professional services within the scope of occupational therapy practice standards in collaboration with primary care physicians and other members of the health care team and teaches and educates patients and their families. Occupational therapy in the home is performed under the supervision of the RN case manager, Administrator, DCS. If Nursing has opened the case, occupational therapy is a secondary discipline and therefore works collaboratively and professionally with the RN case manager to provide necessary services.
- Graduated after successful completion of an OT education Program accredited by the Accreditation Council for OT Education (ACOTE) of the American OT Association (AOTA) or successor organizations and is eligible to take or has successfully completed the entry level certification exam for OTs from the NBCOT
- Currently licensed in MA
- Will have a minimum of two (2) years experience as an OT, preferably in a homecare setting
- Criminal check & current CPR certification
- If educated outside of the United States must meet both of the following:
- Graduated after successful completion of an OT education program accredited as substantially equivalent to OT entry level education in the US by one of the following: Accreditation Council for OT Education (ACOTE), successor organizations of ACOTE, the World Federation of OTs, a credentialing body approved by the American OT Association, successfully completed the entry level certification exam for OTs developed & administered by the National Board for Certification in OCC Therapy (NBCOT)
- On or before December 31, 2009, is licensed or otherwise regulated, if applicable, as an OT by the state in which practicing
A Speech Pathologist/Therapist provides professional services within the scope of Speech Pathologist practice standards in collaboration with primary care physicians, teaches and educates patients and their families, and evaluates and assesses patient’s therapy needs.
- A person who has a masters or doctoral degree in speech-language pathology and meets either of the following requirements:
- Licensed as a speech-language pathologist in the state in which the individual furnishes services
- In the case that the individual provides services in a state that does not license speech-language pathologists, has successfully completed 350 clock hours of supervised clinical practicum (or in the process of accumulating supervised clinical experience) AND performed not less than 9 months of supervised full-time speech-language pathology services after obtaining a masters or doctoral degree in speech-language pathology or a related field AND has successfully completed a national examination in speech-language pathology approved by the secretary
- Must have a criminal background check
- Must have current CPR certification