Presented By: Lynda Jennings, OTR, RAC-CT, CDP


*CE credits are not available for this course

Are you interested in advancing your career but not sure if you have what it takes to become a director of rehabilitation? With healthcare regulations ever-changing, the DOR role is not for the faint of heart.  A good DOR makes the role seem seamless but, behind the scenes, the level of responsibility may be daunting. Unlocking your leadership potential will equip the clinician with the tools and resources to gain the knowledge and skill set to be an effective leader.

Benefits to Watching:

  • Examine the skills required to be an effective leader within a rehabilitation setting
  • Review a day in the life of a director of rehabilitation or team leader

Lynda Jennings, OTR, RAC-CT, CDP is the Vice President of Clinical Services and Compliance at The Village at Incarnate Word. She is a seasoned clinician and operations manager whose healthcare experience spans 30-plus years with expertise in PDPM, Medicare/Medicaid policy, compliance, documentation, and clinical programming.  Prior to joining the team at The Village, she served as Chief Operating Officer at Touchstone Rehabilitation, overseeing the clinical and financial operations of twenty-three skilled nursing rehabilitation centers across Texas. 

Lynda is a member of the Texas Occupational Therapy Association serving on the board in various positions including as a past state association president.  She is currently the state parliamentarian and CEU content reviewer for TOTA.  She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and is the Texas representative to the Representative Assembly. She is a member of both Leading Age and American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators. She is certified as a resident assessment coordinator and a dementia practitioner.  Lynda is an adjunct clinical instructor at the University of Texas Health Science Center and is a member of the OT advisory board.


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