Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant - CA
|Posted:||May 1, 2017|
|Location:||California - Los Angeles County|
We are seeking a dedicated Occupational Therapist Assistant to join our California (Los Angeles area) team. As a COTA in CA, you can work alongside our talented clinicians and with our children and families to make a lasting difference. View this exciting job and come join our team in our Whittier office!
Achieve Beyond Pediatric Therapy and Autism Services believes that early intervention and preschool/school-aged services make a difference. Achieve Beyond provides pediatric therapy services to children and students ages 0-21, aiding each child to reach their full potential through education, therapy, and family support services in over 30 different languages. Achieve Beyond provides services throughout New York including all the 5 boroughs of New York City, Long Island, and the Hudson Valley Region. We also provide services throughout the United States in many other locations such as CA, VA, NJ, and TX. We offer initial screenings, parent or school consultations and comprehensive evaluations. Our professional and licensed staff is committed to serving special needs children with physical and developmental disabilities/delays. Services are provided in home, clinic, or community environments.
We are always seeking dedicated clinicians to join our growing team! Our jobs are rewarding and we truly believe that each clinician makes a difference. Please view our current job opportunities and apply here!
Positions available throughout California - Los Angeles County
- The individual in this position is responsible for the implementation of occupational therapy services under the direction of a Licensed Occupational Therapist to achieve desired patient outcomes
- Provides goal directed and activity oriented treatment to promote optimum independence in self-care, functional mobility and daily life tasks
- Ensures continuation of performance through effective education of the patient, family or support system
- Provides adaptive methods and equipment as appropriate to enhance performance
- Administer treatment focusing on activities of daily living, cognition, social skills, sensory motor, fine motor development, and problem solving
- Determine appropriateness of patient’s response to treatment and consult with licensed occupational therapist concerning modifications to plan of care
- Identifies patient/family needs for other services and refers accordingly
- Graduate of an accredited occupational therapy assistant program and hold a current license to practice occupational therapy assistant in the state of California
- 1-2 years of experience working with children birth – 5 is preferred but open to train new graduates. Must be able to work with some degree of independence within established policies, procedures, and professional guidelines
- Compensation depends on experience and will be discussed during the interview process
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