#CareerOpportunities ! Looking for your next life-changing #healthcare#career opportunity? We might have the perfect one for you! Join a team on a mission to use their passion of serving to positively impact the world! We are hiring for several openings in #OH . You can apply to the opportunities below and/or contact our recruiter Nadia Zahran via email at NZahran@usmmllc.com for additional information. Good luck!
-#Columbus , #OH – PRN #PhysicalTherapist –https://bit.ly/2MB0U3f
-#Dayton , OH #PRN Physical Therapist – https://bit.ly/2Ma055g
-#Dayton , OH – PRN Registered #Nurse – https://bit.ly/2KNLhUa
-#Dayton , OH – Physical Therapist – https://bit.ly/2Ma055g
-#Akron , OH – #RN#CaseManager + $5K Sign-On #Bonus –
https://bit.ly/2nsd5Ep and https://bit.ly/2P0Eha3
#WestCincinnati , #OH – RN Case Manager – https://bit.ly/2B1rfWK
Group home or boarding home? Here are a few advantages and disadvantages of each:
1. Licensed by the state
2. Trained staff
3. Regulated by state and local agencies
4. Structured Environment
5. Higher level of care
1. Usually require Medicaid or Medicaid Waiver Funding (which can be limited)
2. More restrictive environment
3. Staff Turnover
1. Ideal for difficult to place residents
2. No Medicaid requirement
3. More freedom and independence
1. Unlicensed and unregulated by the state
2. Unpredictable clientele
3. Little to no support staff
See the full blog post on casemanagementbasics.com
Who do you surround yourself with? For the past few months I have been looking to my team and my coach for motivation and inspiration to be a better me. I wasn't finding what I was looking for at the gym or in a fitness class. I stopped making excuses for myself and instead of saying I can't, I started to say I CAN. I realized that when I said I can't or I don't have time I was actually saying taking care of myself wasn't a priority and that's when I hated how that sounded. When are you going to make yourself a priority or yourself, your family, maybe a vacation, a wedding, post baby, or maybe it is just time.
Stop doubting yourself and make time for yourself. When you work hard that is when you start to see results. If it matters you will make the time.
I am looking for ladies who are ready to make a change for themselves. I am looking for ladies who are ready to be apart of a growing team. I am looking for ladies that are motivated and want to make themselves a priority. If this sounds like you, message me, text me, call me, or drop an emoji below. I will be here to help you when you are ready. Can't wait to hear from you!
I’ve decided after following so many social work accounts on Instagram that I, too, wanted to be part of bringing more awareness to our field and create connections among fellow social workers! 🤝
Here are some fun social work related facts about me!
1️⃣ I graduated with my MSW in May 2018 and start my first official social work job in a few weeks! 😬
2️⃣ I will be working for an alternative high school network for students who have previously dropped out of school.
3️⃣ My social work niche is supporting young people in urban 🌆 educational ✏️ settings to find their own greatness through their own unique pathways.
4️⃣ I love working with kids and adolescents! In addition to working with kids and young adults in educational settings I have also taught youth ballet 💃 and worked in a hands-on science center 🔭 for kids.
5️⃣ I live and work in Chicago. It’s an exciting city to be a social worker and the people here are always inspiring me with their strong sense of community and compassion ❤️ I’ve been lucky enough to work in several different neighborhoods due to my jobs and internships!
I would love to get to know all of you!
🔆Comment below with social work facts about you! 🔆
As social workers we advocate very strongly for the use of translation services for patients/clients who speak languages other than English. I have seen so many mishaps (in Medical settings) that could have been avoided if people took the time to use a translator.
FYI: If your organization receives reimbursements from any Federal program you have a legal obligation to provide language services. If you can’t understand the patient or they can’t understand you, call the translator.