Working at the Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation was a valuable life experience. A typical day at work would include showing up to the Physical Therapy room and waiting for patients to come in so that I could bring them to and from their rooms. I learned a lot about geriatric patients, what physical therapy entailed, and how to interact with older people. My co-workers were always helpful and aware of all activities, making the environment relaxing yet effective in its purpose. The hardest part of the job would have to be dealing with uncooperative or rude patients, because it could possibly take an emotional toll on the employees. On the other hand the most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know some of the more pleasant patients because one might end up seeing them everyday, so that bond is what keeps them happy.
Free Lunch, Flexible Schedule