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Sean Hagey

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#HHRecharge The importance of Oasis collaboration with Paraprofessionals with guest Sean Hagey

#GERIonICE - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

Should paraprofessionals be familiar with the OASIS? Is collaboration between paraprofessionals and professionals important for accurate OASIS collection? Please join me in the conversation about this and more with Sean Hagey, PTA.

25mins

2 Sep 2019

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Tips to ENGAGE Your Patients to IMPROVE Your Outcomes w. Sean Hagey

#GERIonICE - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

Tips to ENGAGE Your Patients to IMPROVE Your Outcomes w. Sean Hagey from In Hand Health Meet Sean Hagey.  Sean is the brains behind GetPT1st and has joined the team at In Hand Health. We chat about what we can do to improve engagement with our patients.  We cover tips that are simple and free all the way to some of the new technology coming out that's going to change how we interact with our patients. In Hand Health - https://www.inhandhealth.com/ Sean on Twitter - https://twitter.com/seanhagey Feats of Strength Fridays = Swiss Ball Edition - https://youtu.be/2cAhIivmLfM Feats of Strength Fridays = Slide Board Stair Transfers = https://youtu.be/ywbPi1c0RBQ ---------- SRP is brought to you by the generous support of the SRP Game Changers. If you want to join Game Changers and get access to the Monthly Meetups, Monthly Trivia, & some free swag!...go to http://SeniorRehabProject.com/Join

44mins

24 Jan 2018

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Ep. 17 - Sean Hagey, Part 4: Mental Health Matters Series

The Voice of the Patient

This is the fourth episode of our Mental Health Matters series with Sean Hagey. In this episode, Sean talks about the public perception of mental illness, within health care professions and outside of health care. If you haven't listened to the first three episodes, then check them out. In the first episode, Sean begins his story, sharing powerful experiences throughout his life. In the second episode, Sean talks about treatment, coping mechanisms, and progress despite challenging times. In the third episode, we talk about the interplay between mental health and his relationships with friends and family. Sean approached the Voice of the Patient with the idea for this series and has asked that we help to eradicate mental health stigma. We believe that the stigma cannot be erased without gaining a level of comfort with our own personal discomfort. Sean wants to tell his story, and he wants us to ask all of the necessary questions to bring understanding of patients with mental illness or symptoms of mental illness. Sean Hagey is a home health physical therapist assistant in Kansas City, MO, and is the creator of GetPT1st. He recently started a new advocacy program for mental health, Mental Health Matters, which you can follow on Twitter @HopeForMH. You can follow Sean on Twitter @SeanHagey. Sean has also written several powerful articles on The Mighty. Check out Project Semicolon and To Write Love on Her Arms.  If you have a story to tell as a patient, provider, or both, then contact Zach Stearns on Twitter @zachrstearns or Dave Reed @DReedPT. Please note that nothing in this episode or any episode of the Voice of the Patient podcast should be considered medical advice. ---------- *Find more helpful podcasts & blog posts at http://TheVoiceOfThePatient.org *Check out the other podcasts in the Senior Rehab Project at http://SeniorRehabProject.com

40mins

18 May 2017

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Ep. 16 - Sean Hagey, Part 3: Mental Health Matters Series

The Voice of the Patient

This is the third episode of our Mental Health Matters series with Sean Hagey. If you haven't listened to the first two episodes, then check them out. In the first episode, Sean begins his story, sharing powerful experiences throughout his life. In the second episode, Sean talks about treatment, coping mechanisms, and progress despite challenging times.  Sean approached the Voice of the Patient with the idea for this series and has asked that we help to eradicate mental health stigma. We believe that the stigma cannot be erased without gaining a level of comfort with our own personal discomfort. Sean wants to tell his story, and he wants us to ask all of the necessary questions to bring understanding of patients with mental illness or symptoms of mental illness. Sean Hagey is a home health physical therapist assistant in Kansas City, MO, and is the creator of GetPT1st. He recently started a new advocacy program for mental health, Mental Health Matters, which you can follow on Twitter @HopeForMH. You can follow Sean on Twitter @SeanHagey. Sean has also written several powerful articles on The Mighty. In this episode, Sean talks about the interplay between mental health and his relationships with friends and family. Check back next week for the fourth episode in the Mental Health Matters series. In the fourth episode, Sean talks about the public perception of mental illness, within health care professions and outside of health care. If you have a story to tell as a patient, provider, or both, then contact Zach Stearns on Twitter @zachrstearns or Dave Reed @DReedPT. Please note that nothing in this episode or any episode of the Voice of the Patient podcast should be considered medical advice. ---------- *Find more helpful podcasts & blog posts at http://TheVoiceOfThePatient.org *Check out the other podcasts in the Senior Rehab Project at http://SeniorRehabProject.com

34mins

12 May 2017

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Ep. 15 - Sean Hagey, Part 2: Mental Health Matters Series

The Voice of the Patient

This is the second episode of our Mental Health Matters series with Sean Hagey. If you haven't listened to the first episode, then check it out. Sean approached the Voice of the Patient with the idea for this series and has asked that we help to eradicate mental health stigma. We believe that the stigma cannot be erased without gaining a level of comfort with our own personal discomfort. Sean wants to tell his story, and he wants us to ask all of the necessary questions to bring understanding of patients with mental illness or symptoms of mental illness. Sean Hagey is a home health physical therapist assistant in Kansas City, MO, and is the creator of GetPT1st. He recently started a new advocacy program for mental health, Mental Health Matters, which you can follow on Twitter @HopeForMH. You can follow Sean on Twitter @SeanHagey. Sean has also written several powerful articles on The Mighty. In this episode, Sean talks about his treatment, coping mechanisms, and successes during his life. Check back next week for the third episode in the Mental Health Matters series. In the third episode, Sean talks about the interplay between mental health and his relationships with friends and family. If you have a story to tell as a patient, provider, or both, then contact Zach Stearns on Twitter @zachrstearns or Dave Reed @DReedPT. Please note that nothing in this episode or any episode of the Voice of the Patient podcast should be considered medical advice. ---------- *Find more helpful podcasts & blog posts at http://TheVoiceOfThePatient.org *Check out the other podcasts in the Senior Rehab Project at http://SeniorRehabProject.com

34mins

2 May 2017

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Why Mental Health Matters - Sean Hagey on Voice of the Patient Podcast

#GERIonICE - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

Why Mental Health Matters - Sean Hagey on Voice of the Patient Podcast Take the Survey that will help steer the direction of the Senior Rehab Project - http://SeniorRehabProject.com/survey Check out the Mental Health Matters series on The Voice of the Patient Podcast! Hope for Mental Health on Facebook & on Twitter ---------- If you like what you hear, consider Joining the Senior Rehab Project to get access to: Monthly Mastermind Meetup Newsletter Private FB Group Go to http://SeniorRehabProject.com/JOIN *This podcast is sponsored by GREAT Seminars And Books. As a fan of SRP, YOU can get $25 off a LIVE Course by using promo code: SRP25 at SeniorRehabProject.com/GREAT

37mins

1 May 2017

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Ep. 14 - Sean Hagey, Part 1: Mental Health Matters Series

The Voice of the Patient

This is the first episode of a mini-series on mental health with Sean Hagey. Sean approached the Voice of the Patient with the idea for this series and has asked that we help to eradicate mental health stigma. We believe that the stigma cannot be erased without gaining a level of comfort with our own personal discomfort. Sean wants to tell his story, and he wants us to ask all of the necessary questions to bring understanding of patients with mental illness or symptoms of mental illness. Sean Hagey is a home health physical therapist assistant in Kansas City, MO, and is the creator of GetPT1st. He recently started a new advocacy program for mental health, Mental Health Matters, which you can follow on Twitter @HopeForMH. You can follow Sean on Twitter @SeanHagey. Sean has also written several powerful articles on The Mighty. In this episode, Sean begins his story by sharing his experience with depression, including how it has affected him since childhood.  Check back next week for the second episode in this mini-series on mental health. In the second episode, Sean talks about what his treatment, coping mechanisms, and successes during his life. If you have a story to tell as a patient, provider, or both, then contact Zach Stearns on Twitter @zachrstearns or Dave Reed @DReedPT. Please note that nothing in this episode or any episode of the Voice of the Patient podcast should be considered medical advice. ---------- *Find more helpful podcasts & blog posts at http://TheVoiceOfThePatient.org *Check out the other podcasts in the Senior Rehab Project at http://SeniorRehabProject.com

30mins

25 Apr 2017

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The MOST Important Issue We DON'T Talk About w. Sarah Haag & Sean Hagey

#GERIonICE - Physical Therapy | Fitness | Geriatrics

The MOST Important Issue We DON'T Talk About w. Sarah Haag & Sean Hagey Urinary Incontinence! That's right...the least discussed issue that has the biggest impact on our patients. Luckily, I have Sarah Haag & Sean Hagey to discuss this important topic. They gave a presentation at #APTACSM 2016 - #PantsNotPads. Even if Urinary Incontinence isn't of interest to you, I can guarantee you'll enjoy this conversation! Relevant Links: @SeanHagey @SarahHaagPT @EntropyPhysio Entropy-Physio.com Section on Women's Health BethShelly.com -------------------- If you like what you hear, consider Joining the Senior Rehab Project to get access to: Monthly Mastermind Meetup Newsletter Private FB Group *For links & the other podcasts in the Senior Rehab Project, go to http://SeniorRehabProject.com

44mins

15 Aug 2016