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Training Medical

Location:
Hialeah, FL, 33186
Salary:
flexible
Posted:
August 08, 2012

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Anju Pulick

***** ********* *** *****

Miami, Florida 33186

Phone: 305-***-****

Email: afydwv@r.postjobfree.com

Education

August 2005-April 2009

Florida International University: Bachelors in Sports and Exercise Science

June 2009-November 2011

Nova Southeastern University: Masters in Occupational Therapy

Research Project:

Identifying the different parenting styles used among children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Work Experience

March 2012-present

The Palace at Kendall Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

11215 Southwest 84th Street Miami, Florida 33173

• Evaluate and treat geriatric population in short term and long term care: orthopedic injuries, CVA, hand injuries, Alzheimer’s, Parkinsons, and overall muscle weakness and endurance.

• OT intervention: ADL retraining, adaptive equipment training, exercise routine training, home program implementations, and patient and family education

• Proficient in documentation with daily and weekly notes

Clinical Rotations

Level 1 Community-based: July 5-23, 2010

The Marian Center

15701 Northwest 37th Avenue Miami Gardens, Florida 33054

• Conducted 2 group therapies that focused on social participation among young adults with developmental disabilities

• Proficient in documentation (SOAP notes), and long term and short term goals for intervention plans

Level 1 Pediatrics: November 22- December 10, 2010

Miami Children’s Hospital Palmetto Bay Center

17615 Franjo Road Palmetto Bay, Florida 33157

• Planned and treated 5 sessions for a right hemiparetic child, Aspergers disorder, 2 Autistic children, and one child with Moebius syndrome

• Presented a case study with treatment plan on Moebius syndrome

• Helped scoring and administer DPYIC and Beery VMI assessments

• Proficient in documentation (SOAP notes), and long term and short term goals for ~7 children, seen per day

Level 1 Physical Disabilities: April 11-28, 2011

Heartland Health Care Center of Kendall

9400 Southwest 137th Avenue Miami, Florida 33186

• Planned and treated patients with total knee replacements (TKR), total hip replacements (THR), COPD, arthritis, total functional decline, and decreased muscle strength and activity tolerance

• Performed and planned ~8-10 treatments per day

• Observed and performed 1 evaluation on total hip replacement patient

• Completed 3 home programs for clients with THR, TKR, and clients with arthritis

• Proficient in daily documentation (SOAP notes)

Level 1 Leadership: May 16-19, 2011

Broward Meals on Wheels

3810 Inverrary Boulevard suite 305

Lauderhill, Florida 33319

• Delivered and went on food route to 8 families in the community

• Tasted and promoted company to prospective clients

• Observed and learned Broward Meals on Wheel’s system and divisions, and how it operates

Level 2 Physical Disabilities: May 30- August 19, 2011

Baptist Hospital of Miami

8900 Southwest 88th Street Miami, Florida 33176

• Population: adults with traumatic brain injury (6 weeks), and neurological and orthopedic (6 weeks)

• Treated and performed ~2-3 evaluations per day

• Proficient in documentation (SOAP notes), learned online documentation (chartlinks)

• Proficient in MVPT, 9 hole peg test, dynamometer, ROM quick screen

• Presented case study on TBI patient: chart review on past medical history, OT deficits and ADLs, and implemented treatment plan

• ADL training and retraining with hemi techniques

• Presentation on Stem Cell Research

• Evidence based research on constraint induced therapy

• Compiled information on iphone, ipad, and online resources for ADLs, visual perceptual, cognitive skills, and memory, and presented to rehab team

Level 2 Pediatrics: August 31- November 18, 2011

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, Tennessee 38105

• Population: pediatric oncology (medulloblastoma, retinoblastoma, leukemia, pineoblastoma, DIPG, glioblastoma), pediatric hemotologic disorders (HIV, AIDS, sickle cell)

• ADLs training and re-training with hemi techniques

• Co-treated with Speech Therapist, Audiologists, and Physical Therapist: implement proper feeding positions, treat vestibular disorders, and increase muscle strength and ROM.

• Treated and performed ~4-5 evaluations/re-evaluations per day on infants (0-15 months) through adolescents (up to 23 years of age)

• Proficient in online documentation; ~7-9 daily notes

• Proficient in 9 hole peg test, dynamometer, Beery VMI, Motor coordination, Visual Perceptual, Sensory Profile, informally assessed handwriting skills and visual skills, ROM quick screen, and St. Jude evaluation checklist based on Peabody

• Observed and helped with conducting Peabody and Baettel (developmental screening)

• Complied information on Handwriting without Tears treatment and facts and presented to rehab team

Community Involvement

CPR/First aid certified: present-March 2012

South Miami Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation: March-August 2008

• Worked under registered nurses, exercise physiologist, and nutritionist

• Helped patients with their exercise routine

• Checked blood pressure for all patients, ~10 patients a day; before and after exercises

• Observed 2 angioplasties

Medical Mission by Nova Southeastern University in Montego Bay, Jamaica: December 11-18, 2010

• Co-treated with Doctors, medical students, OTs, Pharmacists, and Optometrist

• Made and provided adaptive equipment to patients

• Conducted Denver developmental assessment, ~3-5 per day



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