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Enthusiastic physio fitness supervisor

On Tuesday afternoons our residents like to go to physio fitness. Get some exercise, have a chat, get out for a while. Can you help them remember this and guide them to and during the activity? Some residents have a wheelchair, there are also residents with memory problems. Will you ensure a great afternoon together with the physiotherapist? It is from 2:15 PM to 3:15 PM, 1st group or preferably until 3:45 PM (2 groups in a row). The fitness room is also in the Bornholm nursing home.

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Activity guidance
Guidance & coaching

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On Tuesday afternoons our residents like to go to physio fitness. Get some exercise, have a chat, get out for a while. Can you help them remember this and guide them to and during the activity? Some residents have a wheelchair, there are also residents with memory problems. Will you ensure a great afternoon together with the physiotherapist? It is from 2:15 PM to 3:15 PM, 1st group or preferably until 3:45 PM (2 groups in a row). The fitness room is also in the Bornholm nursing home.

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Weekly from 1 to 3 hours

Tuesday

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Haarlemmermeer

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Elderly

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Sports & exercise

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Activity guidance
Guidance & coaching
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