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PEDIATRIC OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST PART-TIME AND FULL-TIME
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Occupational Therapist / OT- Full Time (5 days/week) Job
Details: Location: 517 - MCHS - Akron, Akron, Ohio Title: Occupational Therapist / OT- Full Time (5 days/week) Description: Occupational Therapist / OT / Occupational Therapy Our Company: HCR ManorCare the leading provider of short- and long-term medical and rehabilitation care is seeking a passionate and driven Occupational Therapist / OT.Â If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career assisting our patients in a time of need, then we are looking for YOU! Our caring philosophy and commitment: Our Occupational Therapists / OT are the cornerstone to HCR Manor Care's commitment to caring. Working in the health care environment can be very demanding, and it is our goal to provide the tools to help our Occupational Therapists / OT understand and commit to the philosophy that defines our culture. Our strength is not just quality of care, but also our quality of caring. We are interested in employing Occupational Therapists / OT who are as passionate as we are about ensuring that our patients and residents receive the care and support services they need and deserve. Network of more than 500 in-house long-term care centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and home health care & hospice offices Â - Outcomes comparable to and often exceeding those of acute care and rehab hospitals in a more cost-effective setting - State-of-the-art equipment and clean and spacious rehab gyms - Professional growth and opportunities for advancement - Flexible scheduling available at select locations - Mentorship and growth opportunities - Competitive wages - Free on-Line CEU Program for full-time/part-time employees (PRN discounted) in addition to in-house CEU's provided - Comprehensive benefits package - Eligible at 30+ hours/week - Benefits start 1st day of the month following 30 days of employment) - PTO, Medical/Dental/Vision, 401(k), Disability and Life Insurance Plans and administers prescribed occupational therapy treatment program for patients to facilitate rehabilitation following illness, disease, or injury. Â Educational Requirements: Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy or a foreign degree equivalent as accepted by US Citizenship and Immigration Services or a Bachelor's Degree or foreign degree equivalent plus 5 years of progressive, post-baccalaureate experience.
Occupational Therapist - Full Time - Days - Psychiatry
Details: I. General Summary Under general supervision, plan and implement individual treatment programs for individual patients and patient groups, according to the principles and practices of occupational therapy. Provides direct occupational therapy services to referred inpatients and outpatients with medical and psychiatric diagnoses which result in functional limitations, in accordance with generally accepted occupational therapy standards and department procedures II. Principal Responsibilities and Tasks The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all job duties performed by personnel so classified. 1. Performs a comprehensive initial evaluation, by administering a battery of standardized and non-standardized tests to evaluate the patient’s level of skill and performance in the following areas: daily living skills, sensorimotor, cognitive, and psychosocial and identifies problems that require occupational therapy intervention. Gathers pertinent information from the patient’s medical record to assist in problem identification and determination of precautions. 2. Identifies problems and formulates appropriate individual treatment plans by prioritizing and establishing treatment goals that are objective, functional, and measurable, using occupational therapy theory and principles to guide the clinical reasoning process. Plans and selects the most appropriate treatment modality, method, or procedure to address goals. Selects and implements alternative methods or procedures when goals are not being adequately attained. 3. Treats patients individually or in groups utilizing accepted occupational therapy methods, modalities and procedures such as range of motion exercises, strengthening, fine motor coordination, perceptual motor and sensory integrative activities, cognitive skills and retraining, Activities of Daily Living-self-care (ADL) and daily living skills training, orthotic fabrication (making splints), and psychosocial skills. Provides care while maintaining a professional demeanor and treating the patient with respect. 4. Uses treatment procedures which address stated goals and plans. Performs continuous assessment of patient progress and modifies treatment plans. Analyzes the effectiveness of treatment in terms of goal achievement or when patient’s progress reaches a plateau. 5. Provides patients and caregivers instructions, such as home exercise programs and time management techniques that are specific to the patient’s disability and level of function. 6. Records patient evaluations, re-evaluations and care provided in the medical record in accordance with departmental documentation standards. A. Prepares written documentation as required by the profession and the department, such as patient evaluation results, treatment plans, progress reports, discharge summaries, and other such reports. B. Records patient charges and procedures performed, daily. 7. Participates in quality assurance activities, suggests areas for improvement to colleagues in a tactful and considerate manner. Suggests quality assurance topics and alternate treatment techniques to improve occupational therapy services. 8. Assumes responsibility to resolve or report clinical and operational issues department leadership for resolution in order to assure smooth departmental operations. 9. Attends and participates in clinical patient rounds and conferences as required, as part of the interdisciplinary patient care team. Communicates observations, facts and comments to interdisciplinary team members. 10. Attends occupational therapy in-service training programs. Suggests in-service topics and speakers. Presents information concerning continuing education courses to occupational therapy staff at in-service programs. 11. Oversees and directs the work of therapy aides, volunteers and students as directed by the department leadership. Requests Occupational Therapy Assistants’, Therapy Aides; and volunteers’ assistance appropriately
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