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Shining Stars

6.27.19
By: Infinity Rehab
Date: June 27, 2019

Our first Shining Star is Kyleen Johnson, SLP. She works at Avamere Rehabilitation of Hillsboro in Oregon. She was nominated by Andrea Doepker.

Kyleen is particularly skilled at being an amazing SLP and working with the staff in the building to make the transition to new diet go as smoothly as possible.

She has “gone the extra mile” in many ways. Kyleen has really been a leader in our building to prepare for the new diet changes starting July 1. She has completed the training provided by Infinity, including the course at Symposium. She has taken her own time to research further the IDDSI diets and provide handouts to the nursing staff. She has even attended the dietary meetings on her own time to help them adjust to the new diets as well as been a part of the all-staff meeting to educate the building. Not only is she doing all of this, she is providing wonderful care to her caseload and is really great at working with her colleagues to facilitate ease of treatments and assist as she can.

She demonstrates several of our values. She has shown passion for the quality of peoples lives by learning the new diets and helping the staff learn to make the transition best for all. She demonstrates quality that is obvious in all she does. She is innovative by doing her own research and educating the staff. She is reaching to learn, grow, and embrace the change about to come. And, of course, she is a team player demonstrating teamwork and camaraderie.

Our second nominee is Julie Haynes, SLP. She works at Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim in Washington. She was nominated by Ruth Terry.

Julie is extremely knowledgeable and thorough in her assessments of patients’ needs and skilled in setting plans for patients to achieve their goals.

She consistently goes the extra mile for patients and family members to resolve issues and increase quality of life.

Julie really listens to patients’ needs and provides excellent follow-up and support for those needs.

 


Shining Stars 6.27.19

By: Infinity Rehab
Date: June 27, 2019


Our first Shining Star is Kyleen Johnson, SLP. She works at Avamere Rehabilitation of Hillsboro in Oregon. She was nominated by Andrea Doepker.

Kyleen is particularly skilled at being an amazing SLP and working with the staff in the building to make the transition to new diet go as smoothly as possible.

She has “gone the extra mile” in many ways. Kyleen has really been a leader in our building to prepare for the new diet changes starting July 1. She has completed the training provided by Infinity, including the course at Symposium. She has taken her own time to research further the IDDSI diets and provide handouts to the nursing staff. She has even attended the dietary meetings on her own time to help them adjust to the new diets as well as been a part of the all-staff meeting to educate the building. Not only is she doing all of this, she is providing wonderful care to her caseload and is really great at working with her colleagues to facilitate ease of treatments and assist as she can.

She demonstrates several of our values. She has shown passion for the quality of peoples lives by learning the new diets and helping the staff learn to make the transition best for all. She demonstrates quality that is obvious in all she does. She is innovative by doing her own research and educating the staff. She is reaching to learn, grow, and embrace the change about to come. And, of course, she is a team player demonstrating teamwork and camaraderie.

Our second nominee is Julie Haynes, SLP. She works at Avamere Olympic Rehabilitation of Sequim in Washington. She was nominated by Ruth Terry.

Julie is extremely knowledgeable and thorough in her assessments of patients’ needs and skilled in setting plans for patients to achieve their goals.

She consistently goes the extra mile for patients and family members to resolve issues and increase quality of life.

Julie really listens to patients’ needs and provides excellent follow-up and support for those needs.

 

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