Data Entry (Former Employee), Decatur, AL – September 29, 2014
Unorganized, uncaring, and unfriendly. When you are "dismissed" for working too much (after you are asked to) and not given any proper training. I would never work for this company if they offered me a million a year!
COTA (Current Employee), Greenville, MI – June 20, 2013
Complete morning ADLs with schedule patients. I implemented a program to help ADLs get done more often in context. After ADL treatments are complete. Check in with patients. I make my own schedule and am use to working around appointments etc. This requires me to have good time management skills to get through my day. I have learned many different techniques – more... and I am open to always learn more. I work with a very good therapy team. We are a very close group. We find it very important to discuss or patients needs and work together to achieve our goals. Hardest part of my job communication with nursing. This takes time and continued education. The most enjoyable part of my job is when my patients thank me when they get to go home or family thanks me for helping their loved one. – less
I have enjoyed the opportunity to see different facilities.
COTA PRN (Current Employee), Southwest Michigan – February 4, 2013
Pros: electronic notes and billing, friendly staff. travel compensation
Cons: pay rate, no ceu assistance for prn
I enjoy being able to see many different facilities. The staff at each placement has been wonderful to work with. I have found with electronic billing it is a breeze to make productivity and still provide accurate and pertinent information to insurance providers. My favorite part of the job is working with the geriatric population. You never know what – more... tidbit of information you will discover from days gone by, or be surprised at the quick wit of the elderly. The least enjoyable part of my job is the low pay rate and the almost rudeness on the part of the company negotiator. Full-time positions are scarce. – less
Therapy\Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Valley, AL – January 22, 2013
Pros: learning numerous tasks and procedures
Cons: company had to close
My typical day would start with clocking in, checking appointments,fax,e-mail, voicemail for doctor orders for therapy for the day, prepairing for first appointments, checking voicemails,printing therapy schedules for the day for in\out patients,pulling charts for scheduled appointments for the day, prepairing rooms, customer,charts and supplies for – more... therapist. Applying heat therapy or perform needed deep tissue ultrasounds. Prepair and clean wound care whirlpool, coordinate and assist therapy exercise with patient. The hardest part of the job was experience patients with sever pain. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see the increasing progress of the patients back to a functional life. – less