As you all know, this blog is fairly new and we’re discovering new and important, relevant sites for you therapists and rehab specialists out there… And today is no different. This afternoon I stumbled across a site called, YourTherapySource.com which is dedicated to Pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapists. One of their latest posts titled, “5 Ice Breakers for Pediatric Therapy” has some great methods to use on your next traveling therapy assignment. Getting to know your peers and other colleagues is a much different task than that of getting to know the children you’ll be rehabilitating. It’s obvious you have a passion for care and therapy for children and I’m sure you already know the difficulties that come with dealing with kids… So maybe those helpful hints can make your transistion into your new assignment as a traveling pediatric physical therapist a little easier.
Here is a good article to help get you moving and overcome obstacles in your rehab, therapy or healthcare job search. http://bit.ly/lkVoz
Here are the ten best cities for healthcare jobs. Not a bad list of places to work as a travel therapist or tech. http://bit.ly/D9LAo
- Occupational Therapist (OT) needed near Lake Charles LA for a 13 week assignment.
- Very traveler friendly hospital with plenty of fun to be had on your days off.
- Enjoy many parks, golf, shopping and many endless amounts of other activities.
- For more information call 866-633-3548.
To learn more about this travel occupational therapy job click here.
Just started a fantasy football league for our therapists and techs. And any other therapists or techs who want to play. http://bit.ly/FKE5F