Evaluates, plans, and implements treatment programs for referred patients according to acceptable principles and practices of Occupational Therapy. Demonstrates competency to evaluate and care for adolescent and geriatric patients Completes a thorough assessment of patient's status with consideration for patient's unique needs. Identifies and reports variances in normal development and function. Supervises the COTA/L, aides or volunteers in methods to enhance Rx programs. Exhibits pleasant, courteous, respectful, empathetic, patient- supportive behavior when interacting with patients, families and visitors.
•Must work 96 hours/year (8 hours/month) = 1-2 days/month and one calendar holiday a year
• PRNS are used for weekday and weekend. Shifts must be in 4-hour or 8-hour increments.