THIS COULD BE YOU!
Picture yourself here. Write your bio now. Join a dynamic TEAM where culture is high, micro-management is low, and you and your opinions are truly valued. Do what is right for the patient all the time and know that you make a difference. Treat patients where they want to be treated and in the environment they are in most; their home and their community.
On The Move Rehab is currently seeking Independent Contractors in the following disciplines:
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ORANGE COUNTY TEAM
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Cindy Iwanicki, OTR/L
Cindy has been an Occupational Therapist for more than 30 years graduating from Loma Linda University with her BS in Occupational Therapy in 1982. Cindy has worked in multiple settings over the years including: acute rehab, out-patient therapy, home health, and has worked in and managed the rehab departments of many skilled nursing facilities throughout S. CA. Cindy is passionate about assisting those with low vision and has even assisted in the creation of low vision continuing education courses and has also presented at the AOTA on this topic. Along with low vision, fall prevention is also near and dear to Cindy.
We’ve all heard the saying ‘There’s no place like home.” and it’s true, especially when recovering. Cindy prides herself on her customer service skills and loves giving back and making a difference with all patients. Occupational Therapy is about focusing on what is important to each individual; what can’t be done now that used to be? For some it can those things we take for granted on a daily basis, showering or signing our names. For others, it may be gardening, oil painting, or grocery shopping. With Cindy, those things that matter most to each patient are the focus of treatment so that safety and independence with those tasks can be maximized.
With On The Move Rehab, Cindy is excited to be able to help patients accomplish their goals both in their homes and in their communities.
Wendy Haining, MPT
Wendy graduated from Loma Linda University with her Masters in Physical Therapy in 1995. Through PT school, she thought she wanted to be in the out-patient setting being that she was always involved in some sport growing up, however, after graduating from Loma Linda she found her passion in the acute rehab and long term care settings.
The ability to touch so many lives and being a part of a patient's recovery and returning them back to home is a reward that is beyond any monetary value.
Wendy has found that there are so many different avenues of helping others and continues to strive to help and touch as many lives as possible.
Joining On The Move Rehab is an excellent way to continue to be a part of directly impacting lives in helping patients return to a better quality of life.