LOL! Before you attack one of them, look closely at the resident. Your nursing assessment
may not necessarily be conclusive to a therapist's point of view. Is the resident absolutely devoid of a potential for improvement? Each therapist does an initial assessment/evaluation. For him or her to put someone on therapy, they have to document a valid reason. I recommend you read their reasons. Look keenly at their objectives. Are they feasible?
If your therapists are salaried employees (on staff), I will not direct the anger on them. Therapies reap the most revenue to a facility -- the more, the better. Regardless of the caseload though, the therapists get a fixed salary. Maybe you should look at your facility or Administration's practice instead.
However, if you have therapists as consultants, this practice generates revenues for themselves too. The more hours they incur, the more they get paid.
If you suspect abuse, there is a hotline you can call. As a whistleblower, you can be rewarded too. But be careful. Altho these practices appear unreasonable, if there is valid documentation to warrant it's need, then it's reimbursable. Afterall, that's probably where 50% of you paycheck came from.
Might as well blame it on the system - Medicare/Medicaid.