My introduction to CPT codes came in May of 2005. A new graduate speech language pathologist, I can still see the memo clearly in my mind posted on a corkboard in the therapy gym. And then came the questions: Why? What? When?
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Therapy documentation should tell a story.
When it comes to developing strategic partnerships across the post-acute care spectrum, love can cloud our judgment.
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Is there anything more thrilling on a winter day than sledding down the neighborhood's steepest hill, across freshly fallen snow, in an inner tube? I think not.
In case it hasn't registered yet, the cultural shift from provider-directed care to person-directed care has carried over effectively into the updated state survey processes being implemented secondary to the Phase 2 Requirements of Participation.
Procedural memory is a fascinating mechanism, a construct of long-term memory and is the form of memory which "we learn by doing," including singing, riding a bike — and saluting, for some.
As we all prepare for the upcoming Phase 2 Requirements of Participation with an increased focus on comprehensive person-centered care planning, we could all learn a few things from my in-laws.
Therapists across the nation had reason to celebrate their varied and respected skills last week. It was National Rehab Awareness Week after all. My, how the celebrations went down.
Thursday, Aug. 17 was more than just the first day of school for my children. With all five now in school, it was the first day in 10 years during which we did not have a child at home.
We often see a phenomenon in rehab patients at initial presentation. Many times they are not as they appear.
Rehab Realities is written by Renee Kinder, MS, CCC-SLP, RAC-CT. She currently serves as Director of Clinical Education for Encore Rehabilitation and acts as editor of Perspectives on Gerontology, a publication of the American Speech Language Hearing Association.