Opportunities & Skills For Any Setting
The Central Virginia area has many well-respected hospitals. Therapists who are placed in these hospitals are given extensive orientation and training to prepare them for the challenges of a fast-paced medical facility.
TRI's is working to establish relationships with the many, new out-patient clinics entering the Central Virginia area. We are seeking contacts within those organizations as well as therapists desiring this critical and fast-paced setting.
Therapists are trained to meet the unique demands of school-based practice and compliment the educational process. They are prepared to evaluate and provide treatment as outlined in Individualized Education Plans (IEP's).
TRI has a long-standing relationship with home health agencies and understands the census demands of this fluctuating setting. The therapists who work in home health have a strong dedication to these patients and the complexities that go with working in their homes.
Therapists work with a team of specialists to help babies and toddlers with developmental delays and disabillties. Services may also be provided to address the needs and priorities of the child's family. Family-directed services are meant to help the famliy menbers understand the special needs of their child and his or her devopment.
Long Term Care
TRI's therapists are speifically trained to deliver the many services that are unique to long-term care patients. They are well-prepared to meet the changing needs of these individuals and understand the complexeties of this rapidly increasing population.