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What do you say to your dying patient?
It’s a question that I think that we as clinicians should be asking ourselves regularly, especially if you work in a setting where death often occurs - any SNF, rehab, or inpatient hospital setting.
There are many reasons one gets into home health occupational therapy. Perhaps it’s for the autonomy, and the ability to connect more deeply with a client in their home. Or to be honest, it could be because the hourly rate can trump other settings, and hello, student loans! For whatever the reason, there are some things one should know before embarking on this practice setting – check it out:
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