We are extremely grateful for all of our professionals who are on the frontlines, serving our communities in need. Our number one priority is to ensure that our employees across the country are operating in healthy working environments. Considering the current state of the Coronavirus, we wanted to take this opportunity to assure you that we are taking every necessary step and precaution for the well-being of our employees on assignment. Due to the recent increase in the number of coronavirus cases throughout the United States, we are following the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) guidelines and wanted to share them with you. Please follow the resource links below for a list of FAQs provided by the CDC.
We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 virus and corresponding recommendations by the CDC and the World Health Organization. We will remain in contact with all of our employees with any further information.
Teleservices for Schools
Sunbelt Staffing’s teleservices platform can help you build a COVID-19 plan to ensure that your students get the services they need, while also keeping them safe and healthy. Our teleservices can be used with your current staff and include Teachers, Speech Language Pathologists, School Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and more. Contact our team to discuss how we can help.
Nursing is a rewarding profession, but it can also be a stressful one. There are several factors that contribute to stress in the nursing profession, such as long shifts, maintaining a work-life balance and being called to help with unexpected medical emergencies. Each of these unique facets of a nurse’s job has the potential to contribute towards stress and nurse burnout.
Working as a physical therapist is a great career choice. Physical therapists help people improve movement, balance and strength. Knowing this makes working as a therapist in any setting fulfilling. If you’ve ever considered working as a school-based physical therapist, it can offer even more rewards. (more…)
As a nurse, you probably deal with all types of patients. Unfortunately, not all patients are easy to work with. Occasionally, patients become out of control. Sometimes patients don’t want help or even become aggressive.
It’s best to de-escalate a situation before it becomes physical, but that’s not always possible. Despite your best intentions, some patients may become combative. Depending on where you work, dealing with combative patients may come with the territory. Understanding how to efficiently deal with an aggressive patient helps keep both you and the patient safe.
If you’re considering making the transition from a rehabilitation center or hospital speech therapist to a school-based therapist, there are certain traits and skills that will help you succeed. Although you need a strong desire to help people regardless of the setting you work in, there are additional traits that are helpful to becoming and succeeding as a school-based speech therapist. Consider the list below. (more…)
Group speech therapy can be an effective option for building vocabulary. It makes it more fun for the students and allows a single therapist to work with multiple students at a time, easing the overall workload and helps to maximize the time spent in therapy sessions.
There are many options for fun activities to improve students’ speech progress and keep them excited and engaged. We’ve come up with several ideas to give you a start on creating activities that your students will find engaging and helpful. These activities can be used for small groups of students both in person andduring teletherapy sessions if all activity materials are available.
Occupational therapy is beneficial at any age, especially during the childhood years. The ability for a child to experience and play is what drives cognitive, social and physical growth. An OT is able to evaluate a child’s current skills to determine if they should require additional support. Occupational therapy can help children learn ways to deal with academic and social challenges that they may face due to their disability. (more…)
Whether you already work as a physical therapist or are still in school earning your degree, you might be thinking about specializing. One area of specialization to consider is working as a pediatric physical therapist, physical therapy that specializes in treating children. Before you take the next steps, do some research and consider questions. We have provided a list of questions and answers below to help you gain an understanding of what Pediatric Physical Therapy entails. (more…)
Working as a school nurse is a lot different than other settings, such as a hospital, nursing home, or rehabilitation center. If you’re new to school nursing, you may have some questions about liability and other legal concerns. Below are some common questions and answers regarding school nursing. (more…)
It’s happened to all of us at one time or another. The alarm clock goes off, your nose is stuffed up, and your throat is on fire. As much as you want to deny it, you’re sick. Now it’s decision time. Do you try to tough it out and go into to work, or do you call in sick?
Whether it’s a new travel nursing assignment or you have been on the job awhile, calling in sick is something that may stress you out. You don’t want to leave your co-workers short-staffed, and you may not get paid for the time off. What should you do and how to avoid getting sick? (more…)