The Occupational Therapists are responsible for managing the care plan for a group of assigned patients; directs care provided by the COTA; coordinates with other disciplines and departments while maintaining accountability for care provided.
The Home Health Occupational Therapist is a licensed therapist possessing special knowledge of care practices and regulations required for provision of comprehensive care to patients in their home. Occupational Therapists are responsible for managing the care plan for a group of assigned patients; directs care provided by the COTA.
In this role, you will plan, organize, and conduct occupational therapy programs in a variety of sensorimotor, educational, recreational, and social activities designed to help patients regain physical or mental functioning or adjust to their handicaps.
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$60K to $80K -New Iberia, LA
In this role, you will assess/screen patient's daily living/work-related skills and develop therapeutic retraining programs with measurable objectives. Administer and interpret diagnostic and prognostic tests of function to patients in their homes or other settings to assist the physician in evaluating the patient's level of function.
This position requires providing services to Therapy Patients, ages between children/adolescents to geriatrics in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individuals served.