Licensed Occupational Therapist
An Occupational Therapist (OT) will do the following:
- Assess, plan organize rehabilitation programs to restore vocational, homemaking, daily living skills to disabled persons;
- Provide therapy to improve physical, mental, social, emotional sources of disabilities;
- Use exercise to help patients increase strength, dexterity, visual acuity;
- Use computer programs to help patients improve decision-making, reasoning, problem solving, memory, coordination, perceptual skills;
- Recommend changes in work and living environment consistent with needs and capabilities;
- Design and construct splints and braces;
- Train nurses and medical staff in therapy techniques;
- Complete and maintain records of therapy.
- Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapist License required.
- Preferably with 1 year experience.