Pros: great staff and patients
Cons: not seeing a patient make progress
The morning started early around 9:30, going from room to room completing therapy with patients. Some received 70 minutes and some received 30 minutes of therapy. I learned to take my time with elders, how to use the sliding and how to do a proper assessment on a patient. The co-workers were the best and they all individually made the day better and run more smoothly. The hardest part of the job was convincing a grumpy patient to do therapy but the most enjoyable part was when we got therapy going they became some of the sweetest people I've met.