Home Health Care Jobs at Brooks Rehabilitation

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Welcome to Brooks Rehabilitation Home Health Careers! As a leading healthcare provider in Florida, we are dedicated to offering exceptional services that promote the health and well-being of our patients within their home environment. Working with us means being part of a compassionate team that delivers care in various settings, including patient residences, assisted living facilities, long-term nursing facilities, and specialized memory or residential care facilities.

Joining our network presents a unique opportunity to make a meaningful impact in patients’ lives. Our home health care roles are vital in assisting patients to regain independence and achieve the highest level of self-sufficiency possible. At Brooks Rehabilitation Home Health, you’ll find a career that nurtures growth, values expertise, and fosters a supportive environment for both our patients and caregivers.

Why apply for a home health care job at Brooks Rehabilitation?

Join Brooks Rehabilitation Home Health for a career that blends compassion with innovation. Our team is dedicated to advancing patient health and well-being in their homes. As a professional at Brooks, you’ll have opportunities for career growth and development, backed by a supportive culture. Members of our team receive healthcare coverage, assistance programs, and professional development support. Read on to learn more.

Roles and disciplines at Brooks Rehabilitation

Our team of therapy clinicians offer rehabilitation services that are disease-specific and focused on improving function and quality of life. All services are delivered by licensed practitioners with clinical expertise in managing patients with varying diagnoses and disorders including orthopedic, neurologic, spinal cord, and muscluo-skeletal needs.

Providing expertise during every step of a patient’s rehabilitation journey, our multidisciplinary care team includes a variety of nurses, therapists, and other specialists.

  • Behavioral Health Registered Nurses
  • Certified Nurses Assistants (CNAs)
  • Home Health Aides
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs)
  • Lymphedema Certified Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Physical Therapists
  • Registered Nurses (RNs)
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Speech Therapists
  • Wound Care and Ostomy Certified Nurses

Home health aide takes a patients blood pressure

Employee benefits at Brooks

At Brooks Rehabilitation, our core values of accountability, compassion, innovation, teamwork, and integrity guide everything we do.

Brooks empowers our employees to fulfill their mission of helping patients reach their highest level of recovery. In addition to paid time off and a retirement program with employer match, as a member of Brooks Rehabilitation, you’ll enjoy a comprehensive set of benefits that include:

Healthcare Coverage

Medical & Dental Insurance, Prescription Drug Insurance, Vision Insurance, Short and Long-term Disability Options, and Flexible Spending and Health Savings Accounts.

Assistance Programs

  • Employee Assistance Program: The EAP provides for multiple counseling sessions for a range of topics including emotional health, parenting, elder care, financial planning and more.
  • Professional Development & Educational Assistance: Brooks encourages continuing learning by offering tuition reimbursement for higher education to team members with a year or more of employment.
  • Brooks Cares Team Fund: Brooks provides support for qualifying employees in case of financial emergency.
  • Sponsorship for Employment Visa Status: Brooks Rehabilitation considers and offers sponsorship assistance to foreign nurses and physical therapists.

Career growth at Brooks Rehabilitation

Home health aides can make progress towards other medical certifications while working. They can earn certifications to work with cardiac patients or patients with mental health challenges. You can also gain the experience to later become a physical therapist or registered nurse.

Plus, there are plenty of job opportunities in the home health aide field. As generations like the Baby Boomers age, the demand for home health aides will continue to rise.

In the video below, hear directly from our dedicated staff members as they share their personal experiences and journeys of professional development within our network. Discover the array of career growth opportunities available at Brooks, and learn how we support and encourage our team to reach new heights in their careers.

What kind of patients receive home health care?

Home health care is designed to help the patient rest, recover, and receive treatment for a variety of acute and chronic conditions, including:

Home health care is available to any patient in need, but the patient must be deemed “homebound” by their physician to qualify for coverage under Medicaid.

A patient is homebound when their condition prevents them from being able to safely leave the home without assistance from others or assistive devices like canes, crutches, walkers, or wheelchairs. A patient is still considered homebound if they leave the home for necessary medical treatments that cannot be provided in-home. Additionally, occasional non-medical absences (attending church or a family event, visiting a hairdresser, etc.) are permitted.

Depending on the patient’s needs, frequency and type of care will vary, with some patients requiring daily care while others only requiring a short weekly visit.

For home health care services to begin, a physician orders home health care for a patient and works with our home health team to develop a detailed care plan. An initial consultation with the patient will be scheduled to assess the patient’s needs and to develop a comprehensive plan for treatment. The evaluating clinician from each ordered service will evaluate the patient from their discipline-specific area of expertise and collaborate with all other clinicians to coordinate the patient’s specific treatment plan.

Home health care professionals serve an important function as a liaison between the patient, the patient’s family, and the patient’s doctor. To ensure continuity of care, home health professionals log every visit and provide updates on the patient’s condition to the doctor as needed.

Nursing home nurse talking to senior patient in wheelchair

What are the responsibilities of a home health specialist?

Adapting the home

Part of a home health care specialist’s role is to assess the living space to consider when adjustments or equipment could be beneficial to the patient.

Home health care professionals account for accessibility by measuring the width of doorways, the heights of countertops, and the distances between utilities. They determine what can be safely navigated by the patient and update the plan as appropriate in order to ensure that the patient’s home is set up in the safest way possible.

Patient care

A patient may also enlist our custom care services for assistance with daily living:

  • Activities, companionship, respite care and much more
  • Light housekeeping and laundry
  • Meal Prep
  • Mobility, transfer, and positioning assistance
  • Transportation

Collaborating with staff

In the home health division of Brooks, you’ll be part of a multidisciplinary approach committed to providing professional, compassionate, and reliable services with the use of innovative technology. Our telehealth platform, Brooks Connect, and our alert system, Brooks Belle, allow you to easily collaborate with colleagues, increase monitoring of and engagement with the patient, and ultimately reduce the risk of re-hospitalization.

The benefits of home health care for seniors has been well-documented and includes:

  • Faster recuperation and recovery from illness or injury
  • Improved independence over time
  • Maintaining or improving of current condition or level of function
  • Regaining of self-sufficiency in the home
  • Slowing of the decline of serious conditions
  • Better symptom management

Still have questions about home health jobs at Brooks? Check out our guide to working as a Home Health Aide at Brooks to learn more.

Apply for a home health job at Brooks today

If you want to make a difference in a patient’s life, join our team of talented and compassionate at home health professionals today. A job at Brooks Rehabilitation is a gateway to a long and rewarding career

Are you a new nursing graduate? At Brooks Rehabilitation, we offer new nursing graduates opportunities to work with us, network, and enhance their skills.

Check out Home Health listings for current nursing and therapeutic staff openings! Not seeing an open position in your specialty? That’s OK! Send us an application anyway.

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