The Occupational Therapist will render occupational therapy services to inpatients/residents and outpatients, planning and conducting screening/assessment, developing treatment plans, delivering or supervising the delivery of treatment intervention and education for the purpose of enhancing insight into disease; directing the patient’s/resident’s participation in selected tasks to restore, reinforce, and enhance the physical and mental performance, learning, skill development and productivity to improve self-care, cognitive and psychosocial skills and abilities, and improve the patient’s/resident’s overall functional status in the home/work/community environment, and to diminish or correct pathology/deformity including the fabrication of orthotics. The Occupational Therapist will function as a multidisciplinary team member within the hospital/rehab facility/psychiatric units, and in interactions with other health care providers. Patients/residents served include all age groups (Infant through Adult-Geriatric), but primarily Adult-Geriatric.
BS in Occupational Therapy, or graduation from an educational program accredited by AOTA or equivalent required. MS degree preferred. Possesses current Maryland state license, or is eligible. One year of acute/subacute experience in adult neuromuscular/musculoskeletal dysfunction, and splinting in an acute/subacute/outpatient care environment preferred. Mental Health focus – one year recent experience in a clinical psychiatric setting as evidenced by academic training and clinical experience in adult psychiatric disorders required. Previous experience using a business office suite, such as Microsoft Office, is required. Weekend Staff/Float Pool – 1 year of acute care experience is required. Current BLS certification or obtained prior to providing direct patient care.
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