Rehabilitation Assistant Resume

A Rehabilitation Assistant or Aide is an associate of the healthcare team.

S/he must be aware of the rehabilitation needs of all patients and perform and strengthen programs designed and selected for individual patients by the Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist.

The following Rehabilitation Assistant Resume Sample along with this rehab assistant cover letter will give you a good opportunity to make your job application package.

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Rehabilitation Assistant Resume Sample

 

 

Sara Smith

101 Oshawa Avenue, Edmonton, AB S9R 6E9
(000) 878-2573, Email Address


OBJECTIVE: A Rehabilitation Assistant position with a reputed healthcare facility.

KEY QUALIFICATIONS
• Over nine years of experience in busy healthcare settings
• Experience working with the disable and elderly clients
• Maintained Standards of the Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy departments are
• Ability to examine client’s activities and report same
• Created a neat and arranged work environment
• Confidentiality is maintained in all matters pertaining to NEHA, the clients, and their families.
• Demonstrated care and caution when working with patients and equipment

WORK EXPERIENCE

Comunity Clinic, Edmonton, AB | May 2011 – Present
Rehabilitation Assistant
• Prepare patients for treatment by carrying them to and from healing area.
• Help in the record, ordering, and repairs of therapy equipment.
• Perform small repairs, and report faulty equipment.
• Take part in patient conferences to give feedback to care teams on patient development.
• Maintain records of statistics and inventories.
• Perform associated duties using computers and word processing software tools.

St. Louis Physiotherapy Clinic, Edmonton, AB | Jan 2009 – May 2011
Rehab Aide
• Maintained work area by cleaning, transporting, storing and examining equipment.
• Taught patients in self-care and helpful activities of everyday living.
• Reported observations on patient health development and condition to staff therapist.
• Assisted the therapist in creation, modifying and adapting self-help plans and tools.

EDUCATION
Churchill High School, Calgary, AB
High School Diploma

CERTIFICATIONS
Certificate in Health Care Aide Course
Current CPR Certification

ADDITIONAL SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Effective communication and interpersonal skills
• Able to perform the job efficiently with minimal supervision
• Proven ability to arrange and prioritize tasks in order of significance
• Well-versed in operating related equipment






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