Physical therapy is a rewarding but challenging career path. That’s why we’re dedicated to looking at all the factors to help psychologists find the best job opportunities in the right locations. Using wage and location data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, cost of living statistics and job opportunities in each city, we calculated the top 50 cities for Physical Therapists in the US. We’ve listed out top 10 locations below, but, as with most job and location comparisons, there are pros and cons to each.
Posted on August 20th, 2018 by ProCare Therapy
Posted on January 1st, 2018 by ProCare Therapy
Students across the country are experiencing an increase in mental health concerns. Those working in schools know that outside health concerns of a child impact their day to day academic learning. While the ideal situation may have been for children to head to a doctor or therapist outside of the school day, the reality is it can’t always happen. This is why many schools are leaning toward a school-based therapy approach. With guardian permission, kids are able to work with healthcare professionals to get needed therapy within the school day. Taking therapists out of their clinics and putting them into school makes it more affordable and convenient.
Posted on September 18th, 2017 by ProCare Therapy
Students are exposed to a lot of different experiences early on in life. When you work with children during therapy sessions, you never know if you may perk their interest in a future career. It is extremely important to remember this when you are working each individual student. While you are focusing on their goals and skills, you also form a bond with them. If this becomes strong enough over time, a mentoring relationship may form with older students who are interested in physiology.
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Posted on July 17th, 2017 by ProCare Therapy
Gym class can be difficult for many students. It is often a less structured time which has a lot of stimuli going on. There are also many social interactions that take place between peers. This may be interacting with one another, or playing a sport within the gym class. This may be a challenge for any child, no less one with special needs. Adaptive physical education classes are helping to change the way students interact and make it a successful experience for those involved.
Posted on June 19th, 2017 by ProCare Therapy
Budget cuts are nothing new for school districts across the country. Each year, most schools are forced to do more with less money. The biggest problem with this is that there is less money for many of the students who need it the most. Special education numbers across the country are going up. Now, a new factor may hurt children with special needs more than many understand.