The Occupational Therapist in Home Health is responsible for the assessment and evaluation of patient care needs related to functional status, activities of daily living, fine motor coordination, home assessments and adaptive equipment, and other occupational therapy needs as defined by medical conditions.
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
In this role, you will provide service within the scope of practice as defined by the state laws governing the practice of Occupational Therapy, in accordance with the plan of care, and in coordination with other members of the health care team.
As a Home Health Occupational Therapist Assistant, you will provide therapy services planned, delegated and supervised by the qualified Occupational Therapist in accordance with the patient's Plan of Treatment.
In this role, you will providing service your priority while caring for the whole person in a faith based atmosphere. Occupational Therapists are a vital part of an interdisciplinary rehab team which provides treatment for a variety of diagnoses.