Can therapist dating patient

19-Apr-2019 04:39

"Non-patient-related task" means a task related to observation of the patient, transport of the patient, physical support only during gait or transfer training, housekeeping duties, clerical duties, and similar functions.The aide shall at all times be under the orders, direction, and immediate supervision of the physical therapist.(B) The physical therapist shall formulate and record in the patient's record a treatment program based upon the evaluation and any other information available to the physical therapist, and shall determine those patient related tasks which may be assigned to an aide.(C) The physical therapist shall assign only those patient related tasks that can be safely and effectively performed by the aide.I am horrified that so many television shows and movies depict romantic relationships between therapists and clients as though they were perfectly normal!

(D) The physical therapist shall provide continuous and immediate supervision of the aide.

The record of competencies shall be made available to the board or any physical therapist utilizing that aide upon request.

(c) As used in these regulations: (1) A "patient related task" means a physical therapy service rendered directly to the patient by an aide, excluding non-patient related tasks as defined below.

When patient related tasks are provided to a patient by an aide the physical therapist shall at some point during the treatment day provide direct service to the patient as treatment for the patient's condition or to further evaluate and monitor the patient's progress.

(E) The physical therapist shall perform periodic re-evaluation of the patient as necessary and make adjustments in the patient's treatment program.

(D) The physical therapist shall provide continuous and immediate supervision of the aide.The record of competencies shall be made available to the board or any physical therapist utilizing that aide upon request.(c) As used in these regulations: (1) A "patient related task" means a physical therapy service rendered directly to the patient by an aide, excluding non-patient related tasks as defined below.When patient related tasks are provided to a patient by an aide the physical therapist shall at some point during the treatment day provide direct service to the patient as treatment for the patient's condition or to further evaluate and monitor the patient's progress.(E) The physical therapist shall perform periodic re-evaluation of the patient as necessary and make adjustments in the patient's treatment program.The physical therapist shall provide continuous and immediate supervision of the aide.