1. Complete neuro/motor evaluations, sensory/motor assessments and swallowing/eating evaluations on developmentally disabled adults as requested or recommended.
2. Make recommendations for adaptive equipment designed to enhance individuals’ independence.
3. Develop, write and implement ISP goals in conjunction with the interdisciplinary team and program manager.
4. Provide training to staff, consumers and families.
5. Complete reports and progress notes as well as interpret reports to staff and consumers.
6. Develop goals for individuals in the area of sensory/motor when needed area is identified by PASARR.
7. Actively participate in case conferences and in-service training.
8. Choose appropriate training materials.
9. Act as a liaison with nursing home rehabilitation staff and work cooperatively to provide OT services to those individuals receiving day habilitation services.
10. Develop curriculum and group activities designed to enhance sensory awareness and processing.
11. Perform duties consistent with agency/program policies and procedures.
12. Execute duties to reflect reasonable safety standards. Universal/standard precautions must be utilized and training obtained in areas that constitute risk.
13. Perform other related work duties as needed or as assigned by supervisor or designee.