Physical therapy: developing or restoring motor function and maintaining performance commensurate with the
student’s unique needs. Provide therapy to students whose functioning in the school setting is negatively impacted
by dysfunction to gross-motor abilities.
- ESA certification in Physical Therapy.
- Physical Therapist license.
- Physically capable of conducting therapy.
individual educational programs for students with disabilities. •Demonstrated ability to conduct appropriate testing
- Demonstrate a knowledge in and application of CO-therapy service and delivery experience.
- Valid First Aid Card with CPR preferred.
- Demonstrated ability to be part of an OT/PT team.
- Demonstrated ability to be solution oriented, collaborative and pro-active in problem solving.
- Ability to work with building teams on integration of therapy efforts.
- Must have experience in identifying students with exceptional needs.
- Demonstrated ability to maintain individual case records according to law.
- Knowledge of state and federal legislation for disabilities (WAC 392-171, IDEA, Section 504, etc).
- Demonstrated ability to work directly with Special Programs personnel, parents and school staff when developing
and evaluation activities of students with disabilities.
education of students with disabilities.
- Demonstrated knowledge of interdisciplinary planning and implementing of appropriate services to augment
- Experience in writing Individual Education Programs (IEPs).
- Ability to write measurable annual goals and objectives.
- Demonstrated willingness to participate in professional meetings designed to upgrade professional awareness and
- Ability to work a flexible schedule and travel between buildings.
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