Responsible for managing the care plan for a group of assigned patients, directing care provided by the COTA, and coordinating with other disciplines and departments while maintaining accountability for care provided. S/he must be able to perform duties and make appropriate decisions in an independent setting, posses effective problem-solving skills, readily identify resources, and seek assistance when appropriate. |
This position is paid per visit.
At least two (2) years as an Occupational Therapist are required; preferably one of the two years in a home health setting. A Bachelor's or Master's degree from an accredited college in the area of Occupational Therapy is required in addition to a valid state license, CPR certification, and current state driver’s license and automobile liability insurance.
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