In this role, the selected candidate evaluates plans and administers a treatment program designed to assist physically or psychosocially disabled patients to achieve their highest level of cognitive, perceptual and motor functioning.
In this role, you will plan, implements, and evaluates patients care plans to restore or maintain patient well-being. Evaluated occupational roles and occupational performance of patients with physical, psychosocial and/or cognitive impairments. Provides intervention to deficits and elicits responses. Collaborates with interdisciplinary team.
In this role, the selected candidate provides specialized pediatric occupational therapy services to patients to assist in feeding/dysphagia/oral motor skills in medically fragile infants (primary role), improving fine motor functions and reasoning abilities, compensating for permanent loss of function by teaching patients to perform tasks in their daily living environments.
In this role, you will provide therapeutic treatment and instruction to patients in accordance with physician orders to improve/restore strength, coordination, range-of-motion and function or teach compensation measures.
In this role, you will evaluate patient's condition and/or disability, by selecting and administering appropriate tests and measures; formulates and administers a treatment plan; interprets testing and treatment to staff, patient, family; determines need for referral to other specialists and/or agencies; maintains proper records and reports.
In this role, the selected candidate must possess interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with physicians, patient, and families, and analytical abilities sufficient to evaluate patient condition, capabilities and progress.
In this role, you will perform initial and ongoing clinical assessments (Agency/OASIS); evaluates sensory-motor neuromuscular, psychosocial, and cognitive-perceptual components of occupational behavior.