Prime Education

Posture and Breathing Presentation at the Monmouth Museum

Written by: Yaffa Liebermann, PT, GCS, CEO I would like to share my experience with an educational event which I attended yesterday.  Four months ago Jane Eisenberg, Art Director of Monmouth Museum, invited me to talk about correct posture and breathing for children. It was a successful event that led to the creation of gearing…

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Honoring National Therapeutic Recreation Week – July 2019

By: Yaffa Liebermann, PT, GCS, CEO During the second week of July, National Therapeutic Recreation Week is celebrated every year since established by the National Therapeutic Recreation Society (NTRS) in 1984. This week highlights the importance of engaging in activities and raising awareness for therapeutic recreation programs and services that could improve the health and…

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PDPM – A Physical Therapist’s Perspective with Decades of Experience

By: Yaffa Liebermann, PT, GCS, CEO I would like to share my personal opinions and feelings about the upcoming transition to PDPM. I am a physical therapist that already had years of experience when I was introduced to the provision of therapy within the sub-acute/nursing home environment. I accepted the job as a PT, Clinical…

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Graduation Season – New Therapy Grads

By Vanessa Cardenas For 23 years, Prime Rehabilitation Services, has hosted countless therapy students both at level I and level II clinical affiliations with great eagerness to pay it forward. Our seasoned clinicians share their vast knowledge freely; encouraging students to expand their “book learning” to actual practiced applications. Our founder, Yaffa Liebermann, PT, is…

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Helpful Tips to Avoid Caregiver Burnout

There are many ways to manage care provider’s load and avoid burning out. Providing assistance can be isolating so make sure you have a support system of people you trust to help you through the difficult and lonely times. Whether it is other caregivers, family members, friends, or a counselor, it is important to have…

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Respiration and Positioning Presentation

Education among our staff, teaching students and continually practicing new approaches is our model in clinical education.  Recently, a therapist who worked for Prime Rehabilitation Services, Inc. for many years,  invited me to present on the subject of respiration and positioning.  This lead to a wonderful, educational session regarding several topics. 1) Respiratory program with…

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Free Dementia Course

In this ever-changing healthcare environment, there are times when the patient’s perspective can get misunderstood. Relias has made available for free a powerful and insightful educational training course, “A Day in the Life of Henry: A Dementia Experience” to promote empathy for Dementia Sufferers. “A Day in the Life of Henry provides professionals across the healthcare…

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