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Shining Stars

10.14.21
By: Infinity Rehab
Date: October 14, 2021

Our first Shining Star this issue is Sarah Jacobs, SLP. Sarah works at Missouri Slope in Bismarck, North Dakota.

Sarah is skilled in her interaction with her patients and fellow therapists, always remaining calm and collected. All therapists and staff respect her opinion and value her input.

Sarah constantly goes the extra mile with constant communication with family members, other therapists, and dietitians. When the DOR is out, Sarah steps up and covers responsibilities as a therapist as well as communication with the building.

Sarah demonstrates a core value of modeling the way, following the six behaviors, specifically setting personal examples, following through on commitments, as well as being clear in her expectations.

Our second Shining Star this issue is Blake McCann, SLP. Blake works at Avamere Rehabilitation of Cascade Park in Vancouver, Washington.

Blake looks at the big picture, considers her patients from all angles, and makes connections others miss. Blake looks at her patients comprehensively and is skilled at changing her approach or addressing a different goal if her initial efforts are unsuccessful.

Blake recently pursued and achieved Level 2 Clinical Champions and also attended VitalStim out of state, incurring expenses in order to increase her skillset and better serve her patients.

Passion for the quality of people’s lives; quality that is obvious; and reaching to learn, grow, and embrace change: Blake seeks out and is receptive to honest feedback in order to gain new knowledge that will benefit her patients. She is self-motivated to become a better clinician, and I am so glad she is on Cascade Park’s team!


Shining Stars 10.14.21

By: Infinity Rehab
Date: October 14, 2021


Our first Shining Star this issue is Sarah Jacobs, SLP. Sarah works at Missouri Slope in Bismarck, North Dakota.

Sarah is skilled in her interaction with her patients and fellow therapists, always remaining calm and collected. All therapists and staff respect her opinion and value her input.

Sarah constantly goes the extra mile with constant communication with family members, other therapists, and dietitians. When the DOR is out, Sarah steps up and covers responsibilities as a therapist as well as communication with the building.

Sarah demonstrates a core value of modeling the way, following the six behaviors, specifically setting personal examples, following through on commitments, as well as being clear in her expectations.

Our second Shining Star this issue is Blake McCann, SLP. Blake works at Avamere Rehabilitation of Cascade Park in Vancouver, Washington.

Blake looks at the big picture, considers her patients from all angles, and makes connections others miss. Blake looks at her patients comprehensively and is skilled at changing her approach or addressing a different goal if her initial efforts are unsuccessful.

Blake recently pursued and achieved Level 2 Clinical Champions and also attended VitalStim out of state, incurring expenses in order to increase her skillset and better serve her patients.

Passion for the quality of people’s lives; quality that is obvious; and reaching to learn, grow, and embrace change: Blake seeks out and is receptive to honest feedback in order to gain new knowledge that will benefit her patients. She is self-motivated to become a better clinician, and I am so glad she is on Cascade Park’s team!

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