Rehab Assistant Resume Sample

Updated on: February 8, 2018

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Rehab Assistant Resume Example



Madison Rupert
663 S Main Street, Concord, NH55622
(000) 253-2142
madrup @ email . com


Patient-centered, well-organized, and dedicated

8+ years’ extensive experience in carrying out treatment plans for assigned patients. Adept at assisting with the implementation of individualized rehabilitation programs. Effectively able to monitor patients’ progress and report appropriately through documentation. Proficient in supporting the identification of new clients and making referrals. Able to provide community living support, including meal preparation, laundry, and routine household care.


• Community Living Support • Medication Administration • Therapy Provision
• Routine Monitoring • Scheduling • Therapeutic Programs
• Progress Documentation • Equipment Setup • Activities Oversight
• Treatment Progress • Training Activities • Adaptive Devices Use

• Successfully rehabilitated 98% of assigned patients, through implementation of well-placed rehab programs.
• Introduced a series of dynamic adaptive devices, which proved to be highly successful in assisting patients with rehabilitation.
• Led a series of rehabilitative seminars, considered highly successful in educating patients and family members.
• Devised a progress documentation system, which proved to be 75% more efficient than the one already in place.


Rehabilitation Assistant
Life Bridge Health, Concord, NH | 2/2013 – Present
• Assist in determining patients’ limitations and strengths by engaging them in conversation, and testing their abilities.
• Provide support in the development and implementation of core rehabilitation programs for each assigned patient.
• Assist patients with established rehabilitative activities, including mobility and strengthening exercises.
• Provide training, aimed at helping patients maintain or restore physical, cognitive, and communication skills.
• Plan and implement training activities, to assist with ambulation, and activities of daily life.
• Demonstrate to patients the use of treatments and adaptive devices, including braces and wheelchairs.
• Assist patients in handling grooming, washing, and toileting activities, specifically for residents.
• Ascertain that all treatment and progress are properly documented, in patients’ specific files.

Rehab Aide
Sante Rehabilitative Therapy, Concord, NH | 2/2009 – 2/2013
• Assisted patients by showing them the use of adaptive devices such as wheelchairs.
• Provided support to patients by helping them handle bathing, toileting, and grooming activities.
• Ascertained that all residents or patients took their medication on time.
• Observed patients to ensure their comfort and wellbeing, communicating alarming situations to the supervisor.
• Created and maintained logs of patient progress, in a confidential and safe manner.

Humber College, Concord, NH – 2009
Occupational Therapist Assistant/Physiotherapist Assistant (OTA/PTA) diploma

Current First Aid

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

Word processor, e-mail, work scheduling systems

“I offer sound critical thinking, excellent judgement and great problem-solving skills.”