Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant, PT
Occupational Therapy Assistants—take your career to the next level with US CareNet! Known for quality care, US CareNet is the trusted source for home health care services. Right now, we are seeking a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant to join our home care team. We offer workable schedules, competitive pay, excellent benefits, and advanced technology such as user-friendly smartphones and tablets. Every day, we make a difference in patients’ lives, and as a team member, so will you. Apply today!
As an Occupational Therapy Assistant, you will provide occupational therapy services under the direction of the Occupational Therapist. Per the physician’s plan of care, participate in the ongoing evaluation of the patient’s functional status and the home environment for hazards or barriers to more independent living as delegated by the Registered Occupational Therapist.
- Participating in teaching new skills or retraining patients in once familiar daily activities that they have lost due to illness or injury
- Maintaining appropriate clinical records and clinical notes and reporting to the Registered Occupational Therapist any changes in the patient’s condition.
- Submitting clinical documentation
- Following the treatment program and goals for improved patient function as established by the Registered Occupational Therapist
- Documenting patient’s response to treatment plan and progress toward established goals
- Maintaining contact/communication with other personnel involved in the patient’s care promotes coordinated, efficient care.
- Attending and contributing to in-services, case conferences, and other meetings
- Identifying patient and family/caregiver needs for other home care services, consulting with the supervising Registered Occupational Therapist, and assisting with necessary referrals as appropriate.
- Participating in instructing patient’s family/caregiver and other Organization health care personnel in patient’s treatment regime as delegated by the registered occupational therapist
Here’s your chance to build your career with an industry leader! Look at the requirements below; if you have the necessary skills and experience, we want to hear from you.
- Graduate of an Occupational Therapy Assistant curriculum accredited by the American Occupational Therapy Association
- Certified with the National Certification Examination of the American Occupational Therapy Association
- Licensed by the State Board of Healing Arts per State licensure laws
- 1-year of clinical experience as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
- Demonstrates good verbal and written communication as well as organization skills
- Current CPR certification
- Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant / COTA (Home Health Care)