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Details: Michigan Community VNA is seeking a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant to join our growing team in the Detroit area. The COTA will assist in the process of evaluation, planning, and implementation of programs designed to enhance the patients physical and psychological functioning by assisting to restore, develop and maintain the patient’s ability to accomplish activities of daily living, under the supervision of the Occupational Therapist.ESSENTIAL TASKS: Adheres to all Michigan Community VNA policies and procedures and maintains standards of practice and documentation that are consistent with State and Medicare regulations and accreditation standards. Contributes to evaluation and planning process that addresses physical, psychosocial, environmental and safety factors while considering physician orders, relevant history, patient’s functional status, and availability of willing and able caregiver. Assist the Occupational Therapist and Physician in the evaluation of the patient’s current functional status and overall abilities to help determine realistic outcomes. Provides direct patient care within scope of practice, as deemed necessary by the physician and the Occupational Therapist, in accordance with the established Plan of Care, that can be carried out in a safe manner in the patient’s home. Provides care based on patient and family needs, identifies goals, interventions and expected outcomes with patient/caregiver/family involvement. Teaches other members of the patient care team, including home health aides, patients and caregivers, as appropriate, regarding rehabilitation program, use of physical therapy devices and therapeutic activities they can perform safely and independently with the patient to more effectively restore safe physical function. Evaluates subjective complaints and objective changes in patient’s status and progress. Evaluates, reports and records patient's status, changes and progress to the Registered Occupational Therapist, physician, and the health care team. Observes and documents treatments administered and patient reaction to treatments given. Uses appropriate intervention to meet physical, psychosocial, environmental and safety needs of the patient. Evaluates patient’s ability to perform activities of daily living (ADLS) consistent with patient’s specific age and outcomes of care received. Participates in mandatory staff meetings, in-services and in patient case conferences/coordination of care communication. Delivers a variety of Occupational Therapy treatments in accordance with the plan of care and accepted standards of treatment specific to patients of various Occupational Therapy diagnoses. Assists with the planning and implementation of programs and social and interpersonal activity that will assist patients to achieve maximum ability in performing ADLs. Documents patient limitations and progress, and submits all paperwork in a timely manner. Completes necessary clinical notes legibly and accurately. Provides patient/caregiver education with a focus on goal and outcome achievement as established in the plan of care, documenting patient response to teaching in clinical notes. Uses teaching methods as appropriate, including demonstration, verbal instruction and written material. Maintains confidentiality of OASIS data set, patient medical records, all patient protected health information, and Michigan Community VNA material and business. Assumes responsibility for equipment, cleaning, and maintenance, as appropriate. Performs any other duties within scope of practice and pertinent to patient care as assigned by the Occupational Therapist or Director of Nursing. Teaches other members of the patient care team, including home health aides, patients and caregivers, as appropriate, regarding rehabilitation program, use of occupational therapy devices and therapeutic activities they can perform safely and independently with the patient to more effectively restore safe physical function. Fulltime COTA must work a minimum of 60 visits bi-weekly. Participates in supervised visits with the OT, as indicated, based on patient progress/need. Participates in Performance Improvement activities and identifies areas for improvement.
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant (COTA)
Details: Without question, Children’s Habilitation Center is a leader in providing total habilitative care for infants and children. The skill and experience of our dedicated staff includes a Board Certified Pediatric Physician, two Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, Respiratory Therapists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Registered Dietician, Certified Teachers and many additional licensed and certified professionals providing quality care. Today, CHC is licensed by IL Department of Public Health for 67 beds. We continue to serve the most medically fragile infants and children who require complex medical care, including transitional and long-term care. Our vision grows stronger each and every day!We are seeking a COTA to join our team who has abilityand knowledge to work with children 0-22 years old, profoundlyphysically/mentally impaired and medically complex (compromised).
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