Specialist Community Neuro Physiotherapist
Homerton Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
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An exciting opportunity has now arisen for an individual to join the Neuro side of the team.
The Adult Community Rehabilitation Team is a forward thinking service that provides interdisciplinary rehabilitation to adults. The service is divided into two specialist pathways, Neurological and Physical Conditions. The team consists of Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language therapists, Dieticians, Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology. The team is supported by a Consultant Allied Health Professional, Consultant Neurologist, as well as rehabilitation assistants and administrators. The team also regularly participate in neighbourhood MDM's.
This post would suit an individual wishing to develop their clinical skills in community based neuro rehabilitation. You will be responsible for a varied caseload of clients with a range of complex neurological conditions, with the opportunity to support group-based rehabilitation classes. Our client group is clinically, economically and culturally diverse.
In return for your experience, motivation and enthusiasm, we offer;
- Regular support and supervision from experienced clinicians
- Involvement in the team in-service trainings and other CPD activities.
- Opportunity to participate in service development projects
- Flexible working
Working hours: 22.5 per week
Main duties of the job
Therapy intervention is goal led, client-centred and flexible. The service is essentially community based; however there is opportunity to provide intervention in our onsite outpatient gym and other community based facilities alongside remote/virtual working.
You will also manage a rehabilitation assistant or a band 5 rotational physiotherapist and will be expected to work closely with the senior physiotherapists in the team to review and develop the service as whole.
- Manage a wide and varied caseload supporting clients living at home teaching self management techniques for those living with long term conditions.
- Provide detailed physiotherapy assessment and rehabilitation
- Support junior members of the team
- Take part in service development projects
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a high performing and flourishing organisation serving the population of Hackney, East London, The City and beyond.
We are extremely proud of the fact that Homerton Hospital has recently attained the highest possible rating of "Outstanding" from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Our integrated Trust provides comprehensive hospital and community health services for its local population and a range of specialist services for a wider group of patients. In addition, the Trust manages services out of St Leonard's Hospital and the Mary Seacole Nursing Home.
Homerton aims to ensure equality and value diversity, and we are committed to inclusion for all of our staff. This is reflected in our policies, our procedures and our People Plan. All of our staff are expected to embody our Trust values at all times.
We are also committed, through our Fair Recruitment Standards, to ensuring all applicants are treated fairly.
Homerton has a proud tradition of supporting and developing its staff, including its well regarded and valued nursing community, and all staff are able to take advantage of a great range of benefits.
Homerton is proud to have been included on the HSJ and Nursing Times Best Places to Work list.
The full job description provides an overview of the key tasks and responsibilities of the role, and the person specification outlines the qualifications, skills, experience and knowledge required. For both documents please view the attachment/s for this vacancy.
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