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Job Posting: Physiotherapist – Hensall and Seaforth, Ontario

We are looking for a Physiotherapist for Long-Term Care Rehabilitation Services in Hensall and Seaforth, Ontario

Physiotherapist, Long-Term Care Rehabilitation Services

POSITION TITLE: Physiotherapist

PROGRAM: Long-Term Care Rehabilitation Services

LOCATION: Hensall and Seaforth, Ontario

STATUS: Temporary (potential for a Permanent position)

HOURS: Part-Time


START DATE: August 2023


We require a skilled Physiotherapist to provide rehabilitation services to Residents in Long-Term Care Homes in Hensall and Seaforth, ON. We will work with you to determine exact hours in each Home.

Under the direction of an experienced Registered Physiotherapist (VP Quality Improvement), you will be responsible for working within a multidisciplinary team providing assessments, recommendations, and therapeutic interventions for Residents who have been referred for Physiotherapy Services. You will also serve as a resource and educator to the Home’s staff and Residents/Families for safety, quality, and risk management activities.

You can look forward to our competitive compensation package, which reflects how we value your background, experience, education, and commitment to clinical excellence. For eligible employees, we offer an extended health and dental package, paid vacation, education allowance, and personal/sick days.

You will participate in a structured onboarding and training program, with ongoing mentorship and support from a senior clinician.

Key Responsibilities

  • Conduct Physiotherapy Assessments for all new Residents in the Home, or those with a change in function; reassess all Residents on a quarterly basis
  • Create and oversee Resident- and family-centered Care Plans; establish personalized treatment goals in collaboration with the Resident/Family
  • Assign tasks to Physiotherapist Assistants; supervise Resident treatment and progress 
  • Implement, monitor, and modify treatment to achieve Resident/Family goals in the areas of transfers, ambulation, strength, movement patterns, range of motion, balance, and cardiorespiratory function
  • Participate in continuous quality improvement program, including measurable outcomes, satisfaction feedback, and quality improvement planning 
  • Provide in-house staff education sessions on topics such as body mechanics, rehab equipment and devices, back/neck care, fall prevention, and ergonomic set-up


Eligible for Registration or Registrant in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario:

  • Completion of satisfactory Police Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) upon hire
  • Up-to-date on required vaccinations, including MMR, DTaP, varicella, and TB skin test
  • Knowledge/experience in evidence-based musculoskeletal, neurological, and cardiorespiratory practice, with a strong emphasis on improving functional outcomes
  • Superior communication and clinical reasoning skills; flexible and adaptable to changing demands and schedules
  • Caring and compassionate in all interactions with Residents and Families

Desirable skills and experience include previous delivery of Physiotherapy Services for the geriatric population in an integrated care setting, preferably in a Long-Term Care Home. Past experience in supervision of Physiotherapist Assistants is an asset.


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