You’ll work with the patients’ full medical team to help them achieve goals and return to their daily lives.
You’ll teach patients and families rehabilitation techniques that will help them learn how to live with chronic diseases and injuries.
You’ll work with patients and their families and create a recovery plan that includes long and short-term goals.
- Assisted living facilities
- Educational institutions
- Home care agencies
- Long-term care centers
- Rehabilitation centers
Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining two years’ experience in Rehabilitation Nursing.
Get your Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse credential through the Rehabilitation Nursing Certification Board.
You’re ready to work as a Rehabilitation Nurse.
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