The Physical Therapist helps achieve our mission by delivering age appropriate care to the patient in the home setting utilizing standard therapy best practice: assessment, planning, intervention, implementation and evaluation within scope of practice defined by the NH Physical Therapy Governing Board.
- Documents accurate and ongoing assessment/reassessment, treatment and discharge of the patient: interventions, patient response to care provided, patient/caregiver educational needs, problems, capabilities, limitations and progress toward goals.
Documentation includes evidence of appropriate patient/caregiver teaching, and the understanding of these instructions in accordance with agency timeframes.
- Engages the patient /caregiver in meaningful education and counseling as indicated per care plan.
- Communicates with all physicians involved in the POC and other health practitioners related to the current POC.
- Demonstrates responsibility to effectively coordinate the patient’s POC with members of the Interdisciplinary Team and other health professionals through team/patient care conference. Updates patient’s short-term/long-term goals as appropriate based on interdisciplinary team assessments and re-assessments.
- Participates in interdisciplinary team, agency projects, committees, QAPI program and/or other activities upon request and approval from direct supervisor.
- Graduate of an approved physical therapy education program (CAPTE), accompanied by
current New Hampshire physical therapy license.
- One year of physical therapy experience.
- Proof of completed COVID-19 vaccine.