The successful candidate will be responsible for administering clinical assessments and implementing treatment plans for infants, children and adolescents (ages 0-12) with a variety of diagnoses while adhering to the policies and procedures of the company.
Conduct Occupational Therapy assessments to determine root causes of functional concerns.
Write up Occupational Therapy reports as requested by clients.
Program/treatment planning in accordance with the client’s needs.
Provide consultation and education to the parents/guardians regarding client’s needs and goals.
Promote a positive, healthy learning environment for our clients.
Provide leadership and support to fellow colleagues.
Maintain a good working relationship with clients and fellow colleagues.
Ability to communicate effectively both in a verbal and written manner.
Ability to demonstrate personal leadership skills.
Ability to accept feedback, supervision and guidance.
Experience with program planning and implementation.
Experience working with children with a variety of needs/diagnoses (sensory processing disorder, feeding concerns, fine motor delay, gross motor delay, writing issues, Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, DCD, etc).
Exhibits commitment, integrity, and adaptability.
Exhibits self-directed, independent work ethic.
Exhibits enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-control.
Abides by the highest ethical standards of practice in accordance with College and Company guidelines.