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Rehabilitation Services

Staff Highlights

Are you interested in making a profound difference in someone's life with our Rehabilitation Services team? We have flexible PT and SLP jobs available throughout Massachusetts with a focus on strong clinical support for staff.  The need for disability services never stops, read stories below to see how our various clinicians have greatly evolved and learned in their respective spaces!

 
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Michele | Occupational Therapist

Michele, Occupational Therapist at ESMA, uses a white board for a demonstration while working with a client As with most new graduates, when Michele, an Occupational Therapist (OT) with Easterseals Massachusetts (ESMA), graduated from her OT program, she was interested in many different areas of clinical practice and did not know exactly what she wanted to specialize in. Because of the variety of ESMA’s community partnerships, Michele is able to work across the lifespan and in a variety of settings. Read more about how she expanded her expertise at ESMA!
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Kristina | Physical Therapist

Kristina stands beside a large piece of physical therapy equipment and smiles Kristina appreciates the opportunities for new experiences and professional growth provided at Easterseals Massachusetts. She has found the support systems to be a driving force behind her continued growth; through the multi-disciplinary RS team approach, Kristina has developed stronger expertise in areas she was less familiar with such as options for durable medical equipment.
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Dori | Speech & Language Pathologist

Doris smiles in her office, with a stack of games/tools used during services behind her According to Dori, the clinical support provided by Easterseals Massachusetts (ESMA) has been exceptional.  “I have a supervisor that gives me the perfect balance of independence and support.  With SLP being a second career for me, I feel confident to do a lot things independently but I also know that I have a team behind me offering any and all of the support that I may need.”  Read about Dori’s experiences working as a Speech-Language Pathologist during her Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) with ESMA.
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Paula | Physical Therapist

Paula sits inside a day habilitation center, behind a piece of rehabilitation equipment, with a face mask on Paula felt like she won the jackpot when she discovered ESMA and their interdisciplinary approach to therapy with their mission of helping clients live, learn, work, and play. Find out more about Paula’s transition to Easterseals where she has been able to expand her experience by working in day habilitation programs for adults with disabilities, skilled nursing facilities, schools, as well as with home and hospital students.
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Liz | Occupational Therapist

Liz stands with a face mask on inside a library setting, holding a tote bag that reads, When Liz graduated, she knew she wanted to work with adults but she was also interested in working with children. Instead of having to choose between the two populations, Easterseals Massachusetts (ESMA) offers Liz the best of both worlds by including both adult and pediatric settings in her weekly schedule. Because of ESMA’s variety of community partnerships, Liz is able to work across the lifespan.
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Cara | Speech & Language Pathologist

Cara sits in a classroom wearing a face mask, and uses an iPad to provide speech language pathology services Cara has the opportunity to support Clinical Fellows by providing supervision during their first year working after graduation. Although a little nervous at first, she quickly realized how fulfilling and enjoyable it is to help a colleague grow and realize their potential through this process. Read about Cara’s experiences working as a Speech and Language Pathologist for ESMA.
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