Occupational Therapist-Home Health
At least 2 year(s)
The Occupational Therapist provides a variety of services to patients, to include coordination, implementation and supervision of the clinical practice of occupational therapy. Responsible for providing comprehensive diagnostic, consultative, and/or treatment services for individual with disorders that cause impaired functioning in activities of daily living. Plans, directs, or conducts therapy modalities designed to improve patient quality of life.
Education: 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; or is eligible for the National Registration Examination of the American Occupational Therapy Association; or has 2 years appropriate experience as an occupational therapist, and has achieved a satisfactory grade on a proficiency examination conducted, approved, or sponsored by the U.S. Public Health Service, except that such determinations of proficiency do not apply with respect to persons initially licensed by a State or seeking initial qualification as an occupational therapist after December 31, 1977 (Medicare Conditions of Participation for Home Health Agencies).
Experience: At least one year clinical experience, preferably in home healthcare.
Licensed to practice occupational therapy in the state of practice. Possess a current CPR card. Reliable transportation, current driver's license, and proof of auto insurance.
Job: Occupational Therapy / Industrial Medicine
Organization: Home Care
Employee Status: false
Shift: Day Shift
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