The Occupational Therapist is responsible for evaluating, planning and implementing a medically prescribed treatment concerned with improving, restoring and compensating the Home Health patient to achieve maximum function. The OT is responsible for modifying treatment plans and procedures specific to age groups. The OT uses appropriate communication techniques for specific age groups and applies knowledge of growth and development and the aging process to achieve optimal results. The OT supervises COTAs and Home Health Aides according to SC Regulations. Other responsibilities will be assigned as appropriate.
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BS/MS in Occupational Therapy. Must be registered with NBCOT (National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapy, Inc.) and be eligible for South Carolina Licensure. Three years of clinical experience required (prefer three years of Home Health experience). Must have a valid SC Driver's License with a good driving record