Under the direction of the Occupational Therapist the COTA will provide habilitation or rehabilitation occupational therapy services to clients in their residence. Reports any changes in client’s condition to the Occupational Therapist or RN.Full-time
Performs all occupational therapy procedures planned and supervised by a qualified Occupational Therapist in accordance with the plan of care. Prepares clinical notes and progress reports and submits them for review by the occupational therapist to be incorporated into the client’s clinical record.
Talent science that improves the quality of our talent acquisition, recruiting process and team members Great work you’ll do here: The Occupational Therapist (OT) will provide restorative therapy to the client while using special techniques or providing adaptive devices to assist the client in gaining independence in activities of living in accordance with the plan of care.
The Occupational Therapist (OT) will provide restorative therapy to the client while using special techniques or providing adaptive devices to assist the client in gaining independence in activities of living in accordance with the plan of care.
One (1) year experience as an Occupational Therapist. Graduate of an occupational therapy curriculum accredited jointly by the Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation of the American Medical Association and the American Occupational Therapy Association.
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Certified as an Occupational Therapy Assistant by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Current valid license as an Occupational Therapy Assistant (in good standing) in the state(s) of practice.
Consistently demonstrates competency with occupational therapy skills according to personal and legal scope of practice. Supervises certified occupational therapy assistants according to organization policy and state regulations.
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