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I worked at Toronto Rehab part-time (More than a year)
Good compensation package, great population to work with (brain injury, stroke rehab), adequate training. Good entry level position for an experienced therapist.
As part time/casual staff, the position was very isolated. Limited interdisciplinary conversations. Often a higher workload than time to complete (i.e., documentation on own time). Pagers were often broken. Scheduling of sessions is on the white board.
Advice to Management
For scheduling I strongly suggest a digital system, or weekly print outs of the different sessions. I found the white board was often out of date/incorrect. Resulting in clients not ready for sessions (in bed).
I would suggest point system notes in the file re: comments made during rounds, so that casual/part-time staff has access to PT/OT/NSG goals/concerns.
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Toronto Rehab.
Applied online. After their initial screening of your resume, they asked me to fill out a personal questionnaire, send transcripts, and send 2 references. Just wanted to see what my education and technical competencies were. After receiving all these materials, they bring you in for a personal interview. A lab coordinator and not the head scientist interviews you. It makes sense since the scientist has more important things to do.
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