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Pro-bono work: The good, the bad, and the billing

from WebPT

We're all taught at a young age that it's better to give than to receive. This saying helps children develop perspective, and even as adults, few people would argue against the moral truth of this simple axiom. In fact, I'm betting this statement really speaks to the empathetic nature of rehab therapists. Unfortunately, though, when you're running a business (for the purposes of this blog, I'm referring to a private practice outpatient therapy clinic), you really need to receive as much as you give, because contrary to Anne Frank's beautiful and moving words, you can go poor by giving. That's why doing pro bono work is like walking a tightrope: precarious. Still, there are circumstances in which giving is certainly rewarding — and you can genuinely afford it. So, how do you walk the rope — and is it even worth it? more

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