It Takes a Village: How a Team Approach Drives Outcomes in Pediatric Physical Therapy
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- Describe the complexities that are unique to providing PT in a pediatric setting.
- Identify the key team members and/or roles that are needed for good therapy outcomes in a pediatric setting.
- Explore a case example to illustrate how team members contribute to the PT outcomes of a child.
Katherine Lefert, PT, PCS
Therapy Supervisor for the Transitional Care Unit and Homecare, ChildServe
- Master of Physical Therapy, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO
- Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO
Ms. Lefert works as an inpatient therapy supervisor at ChildServe where she leads a team of therapists in providing treatment to children recovering from brain injury. She was part of a team to develop programs utilizing FES technology to treat children recovering from illness and injury including brain injury.
Katie Purcell, PT, DPT, CBIS
Physical Therapist, ChildServe
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