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I Loved Implementing What We Learned!

August 25, 2014
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  • A Day In The Life
  • I loved Implementing what we Learned - cropped webOn January 22nd, Kindred Nursing and Rehab – Woodland in Elizabethtown, KY was host to an exciting Neuro-Development Treatment Training (NDT) event. The course was taught by Clinical Performance Specialist Vienna Lafrenz, OT/L, who provided RehabCare therapists with extensive on-site training for five hours. While the course was offered to our therapists, our very own Clinical Internship Student, Karen Hill, attended the training as well. Karen is an OTA who is enrolled in the OT Bridge Program at Belmont University in Nashville,... read more

    How To Take Advantage of Us

    August 18, 2014
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  • Student Programs
  • As a recent occupational therapy student graduate, I would have loved to have access to the monthly student welcome call. These calls can help you make the most of your clinical internship, as they feature advice from clinical specialists, recruiters and recently hired new grads. Our most recent student welcome… read more

    The Value of a Customer Service Representative

    August 14, 2014
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  • A Day In The Life
  • As a part of my internship with RehabCare, I had the opportunity to spend time with a multitude of departments at the corporate office in Saint Louis, Missouri allowing me to gain a well-rounded perspective of the Kindred enterprise, specifically the RehabCare division. I had the pleasure of spending two… read more

    Amazing Story

    June 18, 2014
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  • Inspirational Patient Success Stories
  • Kyle, 27, Restores Function After 69 Days of IRF Treatment. Click here to check out his story!

    NWBA 2014 Championship Recap – by: Thomas Elliott

    April 09, 2014
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  • A Day In The Life
  • Within moments of entering the building one could easily sense the excitement of the athletes. In the arena lobby, a female player, likely in her teens, was passing a random male player that was probably in his forties, they exchanged acknowledgements and then discussed the status of their teams; he… read more

    NDT Training | By: Jenn Vincent

    February 21, 2014
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  • Clinical Education
  • On January 22nd, RehabCare hosted a Neuro-Development Treatment Training (NDT) at Kindred Nursing and Rehab – Woodland in Elizabethtown, KY. The course was instructed by Clinical Performance Specialist, Vienna Lafrenz, OT/L who provided RehabCare therapists with an extensive five hour onsite training. While the course was offered to our therapists,… read more

    10 Tips to Make Your Resume Stand Out

    December 03, 2013
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  • A Day In The Life
  • We recently conducted a Professional Development Workshop at St. Louis University for their Occupational Therapy Students. It was a great day filled with formal presentations as well as small group break-out sessions where we held more informal discussions to prepare the upcoming graduates for their job search. I was so… read more

    In the Words of a Student… Alexis

    October 30, 2013
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  • A Look Into the APTA National Student Conclave – A Student’s Perspective By: Alexis Anderson, WKU DPT Program I am a first year physical therapy student of the inaugural class at Western Kentucky University, and I was awarded a sponsorship to attend the APTA National Student Conclave in Louisville, Kentucky.… read more

    Kentucky’s Physical Therapy Association awards their 2013 All – Academic Team at the Annual KPTA Fall Conference.

    September 25, 2013
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  • A Day In The Life
  • The KPTA All – Academic Team recognizes outstanding physical therapy students that are members of the APTA/KPTA associations. These students are destined to make a significant impact upon the profession, whether on a community, regional, state, or national level. The academic team was established in 2010 and, to date, 38… read more

    In the Words of a Student…Renee

    September 17, 2013
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  • A Day In The Life
  • From the moment I stepped inside Kindred Hospital in Folsom, CA, I could tell high standards of patient care were to be expected. As a Level 1 fieldwork student, I can admit to immediately feeling intimidated and unsure of my abilities. Dennis, Beau, and Gina did a great job of… read more