Assess clients' occupational therapy needs, develop and document individualized OT treatment programs, provide direct treatment as approved, train teaching staff and families in strategies for skill development in the classroom and home.
Provide clinical supervision of COTA + coordinate delivery of OT services in accordance with AOTA Guidelines +R.I. O.T. Practice Act. Screen new admissions + provide O.T. consultation for initial programs; recommend to the IEP team when an occupational therapy evaluation is needed. Conduct IEP team + LEA approved OT evaluations. Prepare IEP Area Plans, implementation descriptions, and classroom schedule in conjunction with interdisciplinary treatment team.Qualifications:
Bachelor's or Master's Degree from and AOTA - approved program in Occupational Therapy.
Certification by NBCOT. Must be licensed in the State of Rhode Island.
One year experience with individuals who have developmental disabilities.
Training in sensory integration therapy.
Program: Groden Day
Start Date: November
Job ID: 168
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