Create a Successful Aquatics Program Through Staff Engagement- EDT
Keith McCrate, PT, Director of Rehabilitation and Wellness Services at Presbyterian Village North
There are many techniques and best practices you can borrow to establish high-quality aquatics programming that leads to patient and client outcomes. Learn how the therapists and fitness/wellness staff work together at Presbyterian Village North as a dynamic team that is highly trained and focused on improving the lives of everyone they serve.
Attendees will learn how to:
- Effectively assemble and train a staff in order to maximize an aquatics program.
- Create a collaborative program bridging skilled therapy and wellness programming to maximize the benefits from an aquatics program.
- Maintain a high level of engagement and excitement in aquatic sessions among clients and staff.
- Create unique and innovative programs to keep your long-tenured staff engaged.
Keith McCrate, PT, is the Director of Rehabilitation and Wellness Services at Presbyterian Village North (PVN), a faith-based nonprofit CCRC in Dallas, Texas. A physical therapist since 2002, McCrate has worked with the geriatric population for the past 13 years. At PVN he oversees a team of 46 licensed therapists and wellness professionals and develops programs that incorporate the latest evidence-based practice techniques and technology.