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Malnutrition in Older Adults

National Nutrition Month® is held in March annually and is sponsored by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. This year’s theme
is “Go Further with Food”.

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Documenting for Cycle Ergometry

As therapists we utilize a variety of treatment techniques and interventions to achieve the goals established for our patients.

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2018 Medicare Part B Therapy Cap Information

For the last 20 years, it has been a whirlwind regarding the future of the therapy cap. Since 1997, under the Balanced Budget Act (BBA), Congress placed an annual cap on therapy services under Medica…

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"National Certified Nurses Day is observed every March 19th. Every day lives are effected because of the care of certified nurses.

Certified nurses dedicate their entire careers to helping others and often work long hard hours. National Certified Nurses Day honors and recognizes them and their significant achievements. Their advanced skills require continuing education, re-certification, and continued knowledge of every changing technology. Certified nurses balance clinical needs and patient care. Helping patients meet their healthcare goals in complex and challenging times makes a Certified Nurse’s commitment even more valuable."

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This week’s FIM topic was Upper Body Dressing. Don’t forget to message us or comment your answers each week, we will send you a little thank you in the mail for participating. Here is the answer:
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I recently completed a level II fieldwork placement for OT on a rehab unit in a hospital in Missouri. My clinical experience was fantastic! I was whole heartily welcomed to the team by not only the therapists I would be directly working with, but by the Kindred staff as well. I received many texts and emails from the KIndred staff checking in on me and wondering what they could do to make my clinical experience even better. My supporting therapists at the hospital were very involved and interested in my student experience. Everyone went above and beyond to make sure I got a fantastic hands on clinical learning experience. See MoreSee Less

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