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Job Summary: Responsible for assessing, planning, organizing, administering, documenting and providing direct occupational therapy services in accordance with accepted occupational therapy practice and physician’s overall plan of care.
Minimum Qualifications: Licensed Occupational Therapist in the State of Michigan. BLS certification.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: One (1) year experience in a home health or hospice setting preferred. New graduates may be considered. Evident in implementation of occupational therapy skills and treatments as ordered by a physician in the plan of care, use of specialized equipment, and ability to monitor patient response to treatment. Understands anatomy/physiology of disease process and patient assessment protocols. Is skilled in home safety evaluation and recommendations, upper body strengthening, bed mobility, tub transfer technique, muscle re-education, activities of daily living, fine motor training, neuro-development treatment, cursory sensory evaluation and tactile sensation, use of adaptive equipment, work simplification techniques. Must have effective interpersonal skills in all areas of communication with strong oral communication skills. Able to work independently and be capable of solving problems with theoretical and practical approaches using good judgment. Able to work in a self-directed and collaborative environment. Must exhibit strong clinical, organizational, documentation and teaching skills. Demonstrates cultural sensitivity to work with patients from a variety of cultural, religious and socio-economic backgrounds. Has a working knowledge of federal and state regulations for homecare. Able to assess and prioritize multiple tasks, projects and demands, and meet deadlines with a high degree of accuracy. Creates a caring experience for both internal and external customers, is courteous and respectful, anticipates and responds to customer needs. Committed to continuous improvement for customers which includes safety, quality of care and excellent service, and gives high priority to customer satisfaction.
Working Conditions: May work in unpredictable home environments that may include wide variations in cleanliness, temperature, behaviors, smoke, animals, and other potential hazards. Required to drive a car in all types of weather.
Physical Requirements: Frequently stand, sit, walk, reach, push/pull, handle/grasp/feel, bend/twist, stoop/kneel/crouch, taste/smell, lift/carry 1 to 50+ lbs.