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Get Involved In Your Professional Organization

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Stacy Ashley Murphy

Any individual pursuing lifelong learning will keep the doors of opportunity open throughout his or her career. Being involved in professional organizations is a great way to live out this concept, allowing for personal career development and the formation of valuable relationships.
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Mentorship and Aligning Interdisciplinary Goals

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RehabVisions

Matthew Vermillion, PT has been with RehabVisions since September 2015. The solid understanding of mentorship he established while in school and during his first two years with RehabVisions has led to knowing when to seek mentorship as a growing clinician and when to transition from a mentee to a mentor.

“At Wichita State, I was fortunate in that we did a lot of interdisciplinary learning,” he said. “During one clinical rotation I was in a hospital setting learning with occupational therapy students. It reinforced that within a rehab unit everyone is working toward the same goal, and that you have to communicate with each other to get the patient home. It was good to learn early that you can always learn from another therapist, even if you are not the same discipline.”
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The Importance of Community

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Tera Marquardt

Annandale, Minnesota has a little over 3,000 residents and it is a tight-knit community. RehabVisions has been the contract therapy provider for Annandale Care Center for more than 10 years now, and that strong sense of community has been marbled into the foundation of our partnership.

Of course, every community has its own personality and unique needs. That’s why RehabVisions and the regional clinical manager for Annandale Care Center, Jolene Denn, SLP, embrace a community-centered approach.
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With the right support, you’re never truly alone

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RehabVisions

Rehab Director Kilah Dunn, PT graduated in the spring of 2012 and took a position with RehabVisions in Kansas as the rehab director and only treating physical therapist. Five years later and she is still the sole PT at the facility, working confidently in that role thanks to the mentorship she received and her own hard work to grow her clinical skills.
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ASHA 2017

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Stacy Ashley Murphy

Director of Operations Steve Kinkead, SLP and Area Manager Jean Herauf, SLP attended this year’s ASHA (American Speech-language Hearing Association) Convention in Los Angeles this past week. This year’s theme was “Focus on the Big Picture,” and more than 14,000 professionals were in attendance for the three-day event.
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