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Changing times in rehab staffing



Changing times in rehab staffing



Caring 19(4): 14-15



Historically, a low supply of physical and occupational therapists existed in the home care marketplace. Home care agencies have had to contract with private practices and accept therapists who could only provide two or three visits a week to keep up with the demand. However, cutbacks have occurred at the acute, sub-acute, and rehabilitation levels of inpatient care. Now, many therapists who would not have considered home care employment in the past are asking for interviews. For once, many home care agencies have the opportunity to carefully select the therapists they hire.

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