Tools Walking tools Specialized computer program A computer Physical activity tools Exercise ball, jump rope, bike Everyday activities: cooking, etc.
Post- secondary education/training Master’s degree, or more advanced College Majors Biology, physiology, sociology, anthology, and anatomy Licensed graduate from accredited program National Certification Exam
Computer Requirements and Manual Expectations Design programs Hardworking and strong People person Computer environment
Salary/Schedule Salary Wages Salary - Money 25 th percentile$60,000 Median wage$72,320 75 th percentile$86,930 40 hour weeks Days Full time Salary and Schedule
High School Classes Biology Anatomy Math CNA class Sociology Physiology
Promotions/ Related Jobs Gain an assistant or aide Hard work and dedication Speech/Language Pathologist, Physical Therapist Audiology, rehabilitation Chiropractic treatment
Positive Qualities Help people Work with people Visiting with them Getting to know them The satisfaction/ helping
Job Outlook + 26 % through 2018 Good for hospitals, rehabilitation Any Questions?
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